Welcome New Members 22 September to 21 October 2017
Resident COL John Lindsay, USA, Ret. LTC John Meyer, USA, Ret. COL Raymond Horoho, USA, Ret. Lt Col Steven Else, USAF, Ret. Mrs. Natalie Fleischman Capt Brandon Stratz, USAF Absent Ms. Geena Kim 2LT Ali Al-Hada, USA Capt Ryan Miller, USMCR Ms. Jacqueline Kim 2LT Colby William Enegren, USA Mr. Justin Smith
The Trial Membership program offers the opportunity for people to enjoy the ANCC lifestyle for a preview period of 6 consecutive months with no upfront Initiation Fee and access to all of the Club’s facilities and activities. The program is only open to NEW Members. • 1.5 of Resident Monthly Dues • $200.00 per month of Dues applied to participant’s account if he/she joins ANCC at end of his/her Trial Membership as a Resident Member • Initiation Fee locked in at rate when participant starts the program • Full Dining, Tennis, Fitness and Swim Privileges, Golf Privileges (May golf anytime except before 11:00 AM on Saturday mornings) • $50.00/month Food & Beverage Minimum - Be An ANCC Ambassador - Word of Mouth Referral is the best way to bring new Members to the Club! Recruit a new Resident Member* & receive a $300 ** credit that you can spend throughout the Club. *Does not include new Members who join under the Newly Commissioned, No Initiation Fee category. ** The $300 credit may be applied to everything except Dues, Capital Infusion, Initiation Fees & the Employee Appreciation Fund. Member must be the Primary Sponsor to receive the $300 credit. The credit may not be applied retroactively.
Sons & Daughters Program Sons and Daughters over the age of 23 of current Members may be eligible for their own Membership at a discounted Initiation Fee if they meet eligibility criteria. Interested in learning more on how you can keep the ANCC legacy within your family? Click here for more information
Colonel Robert M. Danford, USA, was a member of the first elected Army Navy Country Club Board of Governors and its first Secretary-Treasurer. Prior to his departure from the Board of Governors in 1935, he gave a tribute to Colonel David S. Stanley, the 2nd Chairman of the ANCC Board of Governors, who served in that position for seven years and another two years as the ANCC President. This tribute is, in this writer’s opinion, the best synopsis (7 pages) of the early history of ANCC available. To read the tribute, click here . ANCC Foundation - Did you Know?
12 November 2017
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