CCV Take Care 4.24.20


CONFUSING TIMES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD “ Whenever we find ourselves doubting how far we can go, remember how far we have come. Remember everything we have faced, all the battles we have won, and all the fears we have overcome. ” ~Unknown Please continue to look forward to the day we are all working together again and everything we will achieve in the future. Enjoy this week’s edition of your newsletter to help us stay connected.

Ciera Wyatt (Culinary): “I want to say hello to Chef T heresa and Raven in the Bake Shop. Love you guys!!” Pat Thomas (Spa): “I want to say hello to all of my co -workers and everyone at CCV. I hope you are staying safe and healthy.” Wendy Cash (Golf): “I want to say hello to the Westhampton Golf Shop attendants - Tim, Emma, Linda, and Jake. If you were here now, I would give y ou all big hugs.” Diane Simmons (Fitness): “I know everyone is working hard, and doing a lot of things with your family and children. I hope you are all doing well, and hope to see you soon.” Vannasa Coker (James River Dining) : “I want to say hello to my boss Charles and all of my co- workers at the James River Clubhouse. Please stay safe.” Gordon Braswell (Racquet Sports): “I hope everybody is staying safe and taking care of yourselves and your families. Stay strong and stay positive. W e will get through this together.” Kat Carter (Cool Springs Café): “I want to wish all of my fellow employees well. I miss you all and hope to see you soon.”

Jennifer Nigro (Accounting):

Fish Tacos

1 cup milk 1 egg

White, flaky fish of your choice – we used cod 1 avocado 1 lime 1 cup sour cream 2 tablespoons mayo Flour tortillas Iceberg lettuce Shredded cheese Jalapeños if desired

2 teaspoons cajun seasoning of your choice – we used “Slap Ya Mama Spicy Seasoning ” 2 cups flour

1. Create a dipping station by combining 1 cup milk, 1 egg, and 1 teaspoon of cajun seasoning. Mix well. 2. In another bowl, mix 2 cups flour and 1 teaspoon cajun seasoning. Cut up your fish into small (3/4-inch) strips. Dip each strip in the milk mixture and then in the flour mixture. Let sit for a few minutes, then

dip in the flour mixture again to ensure a good coat. Fry the fish until golden brown. 3. Mix the lime sour cream by combining ½ cup sour cream, juice from 1 freshly squeezed lime, and 2 tablespoons mayo. Slice the avocado into small strips and shred the lettuce. 4. Assemble your tacos as desired.

Alex Barrett (Valet):

3 Easy steps for Cold Brewed Coffee: 1. Add ½ cup of grounds to 3 cups of water. 2. Put it in an airtight container and refrigerate for 12 hours. 3. Strain it with a cheese cloth.

BOOM! You have a delicious and refreshing cold brew.

I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM! WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FLAVOR? Josh Cannon (Grounds): “ I typically favor vanilla ice cream on a waffle cone for sure, and pretty much anything strawberry or chocolate as far as toppings go! ” Sherica Dean (Banquets) : “I like rainbow sherbet. The orange, green , and pink combination. No toppings! ” Ian Dulmage (Fitness): “ I'm a big fan of a neopolitan banana split, with hot fudge and sprinkles, but NO NUTS! ”

Renee Comstock (Culinary): “Coffee ice cream with Heath bar toppings. Hands down … e nd of discussion. There is no other answer! ”


Barbara Biggerstaff (Spa): “ Having fun in the yard. I cleaned out the bird house, added some comfy bedding for the birds to pick through and filled a few pots with flowers. ”

Pam Thomas (Fitness): “I’ve been doing a lot of reading.”

Hunter Koontz (Racquet Sports): “ We had a playset in our back yard that was super old and beat up so we had demo day! Fun to rip that thing up. ”

Megan Jinks (Youth): Cruising with my boy! Sometimes we are even in our PJs!

BRAIN TEASER ANSWER We work with one member at a time and short sleeves are the best. We hope to help you relax and will put your muscles to the test. We will help soothe, comfort, and give you relief, from all your aches and injuries and even your grief.

Who are we? The Massage Therapists from the Spa. 😊


GOT IDEAS? If you have any ideas to help our newsletter, fun pictures you want to share, shout-outs you want to send, or any questions about our content, please email:


For questions or comments during our closure, reach out to Human Resources!

Tom Prest, Director of Human Resources: 804-287-1327 Kelli Thompson, Human Resources Manager: 804-287-1328

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