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Meadowbrook and Chesdin

Connection Connection Meadowbrook and Chesdin Connection

What’s Inside? Chesdin FALL Festival ………………………….Page 2 Changes to Chesdin (You’ll LIKE it!) ......Page 3 New Operating Hours ……………………….Page 6 Save the Date – November 22nd ………….Page 9 Women of Meadowbrook …………………..Page 10

Why cook? Bring your family to Meadowbrook and let Bobby’s crew do the dishes!

November 2013

Do you remember what you were doing on November 22, 1963? Check out this month’s “What’s Your Story”, page 11, and find out what one of our Meadowbrook Members remembers!

Thanksgiving Day Buffet Dinner Entertainment provided by Harpist Beth Dechent

Menu Join us! Thursday, November 28th Dinner served 11:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Adults $27.50++ Children 5 to 12 years old $13.75++ (Children 4 and under eat free)

Chilled Shrimp Cocktail Fresh Baby Green Salad Fresh Fruit with a Fondue Country style Potato Salad Fresh Tomato Basil Mozzarella Salad Festive Chicken Salad (w/ walnuts, apples, and Cranraisins) Tortellini Antipasto Salad Crab Bisque Deviled Eggs Asparagus Cheese Display

Roasted Tom Turkey Prime Rib Smithfield Country Ham Chefs Fresh Catch Traditional Stuffing Chef’s Manicotti Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Cranberry Sauce Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Fall Blend Vegetables Mashed Potatoes with Gravy

Traditional Holiday Desserts Coffee and Tea Reservations Required Call BJ Douglas – 804.275.7865 1

A word from our General Manager


This morning I noticed the frosty white ground for the first time this season. It reminded me that winter is not far away. How lucky we are to experience the holiday months in Virginia, where days are warm and we can continue to enjoy the course throughout the winter season. At Meadowbrook you’ll enjoy lush green fairways.

Fall Fest Party

I encourage you to take advantage of what makes golf outstanding here at Meadowbrook and Chesdin. November is the perfect time to invite your non-member friends try out our courses. Guest fees are the lowest of the season!

FUN, LIVE MUSIC and GOOD CONVERSATION! Open to all Chesdin Residents (Members & Non-Members) and Meadowbrook Members!

For non- golfers, the fall and winter months bring forth the finest social season of the year. It all starts with the Fall Festival at th Chesdin November 9 . Then enjoy the elegant setting at MCC where you’ll savor Bobby’s fantastic Thanksgiving dinner. Trailing right behind you’ll see our Meadowbrook clubhouse literally transformed into a spectacular holiday wonderland compliments of the talented decorators in our Women’s Club.

Leave the kids at home and kick back with your neighbors for a fun night at the clubhouse! Enjoy the music of: What’s On Tap Band

Meadowbrook and Chesdin beckon you. Either clubhouse is a place that you’ll be proud to bring your family and your friends as you celebrate this festive season. Chesdin even has a brand new menu starting November 1st! Whether you’re considering a private or business gathering, one of our two clubhouses will offer the food and festivities that will cater to your palette.


November 9, 2013 7:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.

Wishing you and your family plenty of togetherness and relaxation this holiday season … see you around the club!

Tickets $24.95 per person

~Rich Wolkiewicz

Includes music and heavy hors d’oeurves


Reasons to be thankful: God’s Grace, Family, Laughter, Rainbows, Tap Specials and Cash Bar available!

Freedom, Golf, Employment, Changing Seasons, Love….

Meadowbrook and Chesdin welcomes these new members! Shanna Kabatznick – David Pollard – Patricia Richards Who’s Who at Meadowbrook and Chesdin Paterson Brown – George Bryant – Janie Sanford – John Upton Welcome Back, Melissa and Bill Gillette! Free Month’s Dues* for NEW members only! *Refer a friend who applies for membership during your first 30 days of membership and we’ll credit you the amount of your referral’s dues on your December billing! Questions? Call Diana Le’Gere, Membership and Marketing Director, at 804.837.1861


November 13, 2013 Meadowbrook Country Club 5:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M Upstairs in the Meadowbrook Room. John Sarrett, Financial expert from Virginia Asset Management joins us for panel discussion on Wealth Management – everything you need to know and were afraid to ask. You won’t want to miss it!

Thursday, November 14th 7:00 P.M.

No Cost to Meadowbrook and Chesdin members. 2 FREE Guest Tickets for each member. Complimentary Hors d’oeurves! Reservations are required. Call Laurel at 804.590.0031

If you love books, this is the group for you! Join us for drinks and discussion. For info: contact Elaine DeVoss

… Unexpected Encouragement, Supportive Friends, Forgiveness, Great Food, Golf, Heartfelt Apologies, A Warm Shower, Fresh Baked Cookies …

It’s YOUR Clubhouse. EXCITING Changes and NEW Events Coming to Chesdin!

Bring your family and friends and let us serve you. NEW Menu begins November 1st - MORE selections, HEALTHIER options! Monthly Wine-Down-Wednesday Ladies Night! Open to all Chesdin ladies. Come and experience our new menu. Bring your family and friends to enjoy a family dinner in the neighborhood. Or start a new weekly tradition with our Friday Night Family Buffet. Just $13.95++ adults / $4.95++ kids.



November 4

St. Gertrude’s Golf Tournament

Noon Shotgun Start


November 22 RAMS Celebration for City Champions

7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.


November 29

9 A.M. Shotgun Start

Gobbler Classic

$26 per player Includes Lunch & Prize Money

GOBBLER CLASSIC Friday, November 29th 9 A.M. Shotgun Start Format: Pinehurst System

Bring your Thanksgiving Guests out to play! Guest Fee $51 – Golf, Cart, Range, Prize Money and Lunch.

The Gobbler Classic is an 18-hole event designed for players wanting to play a round of golf while enjoying the companionship of a selected partner and another two-some (decided by “Blind Draw”). The “Pinehurst” format allows players to tee off on each hole. Players then proceed to your partner’s ball to hit a 2nd shot while your partner goes to your tee shot to strike a 2 nd shot. The team then makes a strategic decision which ball they will use for their 3rd shot. At this point players use alternate strokes through the hole’s completion. Prizes are distributed to the teams with the lowest scores and to other teams that place which is decided by “Blind Draw”. This means your team can win whether your team finishes first, 27th or last!

Why not make the Gobbler Classic a new Family Tradition!

2013 Nancy Kiger Champions

2013 Popeye Lumpkin Champions

Diane Murdock-Thorp Sue Cowardin

Chris Wirt Jarod Tackett


Nancy Kiger

Popeye Lumpkin



Sue Cowardin / Diane Murdock-Thorp [132]

Jerrod Tackett / Chris Wirt [136]

First Flight: 1st Place: JJ Diehl / Diane Smiley [140] 2nd Place: Susan Gallienne / Karen Smith [141] 3rd Place: Margaret McGehee / Mariann Owens [145]

First Flight: 1st Place: Chris Corrada / Dick Corrada [138] 2nd Place: Mike Gerrard / Bill Wisegarver [139] T-3rd Place: Brandon Hastings / John Sarrtt [140] T-3rd Place: Mark Ringel / Mac Tyler, Jr. [140]

Second Flight: 1st Place: Susan Wertz / Brenda Whitcomb [136] 2nd Place: Lisa Cox / Nancy Kiger [138] 3rd Place: Betty Takacs / Ginny Riddle [156] Daily Low Scores Saturday st 1 Flight Gallienne/Smith

Sunday Diehl/Smiley

2nd Flight



Second Flight: 1st Place: Finney Adams / Paul Ridout [142] 2nd Place: Chuck Gallienne / Billy Vass [143] T-3rd Place: Ian Finlay / John Palmieri [145] T-3rd Place: Thomas Dodson / Tom Moody [145] T-3rd Place: Jake Graves / Eric Jens [145] T-3rd Place Arlon Courington / Tom Eipps [145] Third Flight: T-1st Place: Pete Gotwals / Dave Lindsay [145] T-1st Place: Buddy Bennett / Wayne Bennett [145] 3rd Place: Dubb Lott / Mike Weymouth [147] 4th Place: Jim Loth / Robert Moore [148] Fourth Flight: 1st Place: Verlan Phillips / Jack Warren [154] T-2nd Place: Pete Moss / Keith Piper [156] T-2nd Place: Rick Eckis / Jim Wester [156] T-2nd Place: Evan Green / Lance Green [156]

Popeye Lumpkin Daily Low Scores st

1 Flight: 2nd Flight: 3rd Flight: 4th Flight:

Saturday Corrada/Corrada & Gerrard/Wisegarver [68] Adams/Ridout & Gallienne/Vass [69] Gotwals/Lindsay [71] Phillips/Warren [75]


Sunday Tackett/Wirt [67] Graves/Jens [72] Bennett/Bennett [72] Eckis/Wester [77]

Repair the Greens Contest winner goes to …

November Guest Fees Weekday $37 / Weekend $42 Includes golf cart, greens fee and driving range.

Nick’s Group!

After 2 P.M. 9 holes $18 / 18 holes $25

I want to thank all of you for doing a great job of repairing the greens. Please keep the special bag tags that you have as we hope to have other contests. Now that we have over seeded fairways we can start to putting the sod back and gain playability.

Daylight Savings starts November 3rd.

The winners of the special event is the Nick's group, they had holes 13, 14 and 15.

Meadowbrook and Chesdin Members!

The winning group will enjoy a free beer and a platter of wings complements of Club management. Winners rewarded after play on Saturday the 26th of October.

We appreciate your patronage in the PRO SHOP. Just a friendly reminder …

LAST DAY to redeem your 2013 Golf Shop Tournament Credits - December 15, 2013

~Glynn Soyars

We’re adding a testimonial section to our new website. Tell us why you chose Meadowbrook or Chesdin to be your home course. Call Diana if you would like

to help with this project! 804.837.1861

MCC Golf Shop & Driving Range OPERATING HOURS

Chesdin Golf Shop & Driving Range OPERATING HOURS

Monday: CLOSED

Monday: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (weather permitting) *Range closes at 4:30 P.M.

Tuesday – Saturday: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (weather permitting) *Range closes at 4:00 P.M.

Tuesday: CLOSED (Course opens for walking at noon.)

Sunday: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (weather permitting) *Range closes at 4:00 P.M.

Wednesday - Sunday: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (weather permitting)

*Members are asked not to hit balls after 4:00 P.M. so the range can be cleared for Monday maintenance.

Except for Monday, the Range closes at 4:00 P.M. *Members are asked not to hit balls after 4:00 P.M. so the range can be cleared for Monday maintenance.




…Golf, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Things That Didn’t Happen, A Roaring Fireplace, Chocolate, Great Coffee, Intoxicating Scents, Memories, Christmas Trees, Music, Pets, Mothers, Siblings, Loyal Neighbors …

Club de Vin de MCC – 2014 Agenda

October was the second highest attendance of the year. Chateauneuf du Pape earned wine of the month. More exciting news was the announcement of several of the upcoming events.

January 10 New Ports February 5 Trump Tasting March 5 Loire Valley April 2 Trinchero Bordeaux Blend May 7 Napa June 4 Barolo vs. Brunello July 2 Born in the “USA” August 6 Veneto/Umbrio September 3 New Zealand October 1 Virginian Cab Franc November 5 Holiday Wines December 10 In HonorChristmas GALA of

The November 6th Riedel Wine Tasting event is SOLD OUT! Mr. Doug Cohn of the Riedel Glassware Company will present on the tasting effects of varietal stemware. We hope to demonstrate the accentuation of the grape in a glass that was designed by George Riedel for each type or style of wine. All event participants will walk away with a tasters set of the stemware. Because all of the stemware had to be ordered in advance, the wine club was forced to pre-sell all available seats. For all of us who have worked hard to bring this event to Meadowbrook we are extremely excited that we sold out the original forty seats and opened the doors for yet another eight bringing to confirmed total to 48. We anticipate high wine sales for the evening as a result of understanding just how big a difference the premium stemware can add to the enjoyment of the grape.

Paul Mergler Beloved Chesdin Employee

~Jerry Creehan

Paul Mergler, a beloved (Lake Chesdin) Meadowbrook-Chesdin golf employee passed on Sunday, September 29, 2013. Paul was an avid golfer who played on courses around the state, including many rounds of golf at Meadowbrook-Chesdin with members and friends.

Save the Date!

Paul started working at Meadowbrook-Chesdin June 13, 2002 as a golf employee. He brought up golf carts for members, and served as a golf Marshall for golf tournaments. Most members had interaction with Paul on Saturdays and Sundays, when he would take a golf cart over to a member’s vehicle to secure their clubs in a golf cart.

Don’t miss our Club de Vin MCC December Christmas Gala, a six course gourmet meal paired with some of the most exciting sparkling wines from around the world, including local wines such as the double gold winners from the Trump Winery.

Prior to employment with us Paul was employed as Director of the Tidewater Heart Association for five years. He then moved to the area to work with The Virginia State Health Department where he retired after 36 years as Administrative Director of Medical and Hospital Services.


Reservations are required and begin on November 7 .

Paul will be missed by members, staff and management.

The event is formal, coat and tie required, (black tie and evening gown encouraged). Foods paired by fine wine specialist sommelier Carol Colby.

~Laurel Rothenberger 7

Do you enjoy writing, editing, reporting or photography? Would you like to help with brochures, ad copy, or contribute to the newsletter or website?

November Newsletter from the Golf Course The fall season is always a wonderful time on the golf course. The weather is mild and the course is in good shape for some great golf days. The staff at the Lake Chesdin course has been busy maintaining the course and trying to keep up with the leaves. The number of leaves is very large, but it is not infinite. At least that’s what I tell my crew to keep them from getting discouraged!

Join the Communications Team! Call Diana for more information – 837-1861 Monthly editorial meetings will be held on the 1st Monday of each month. Email if you plan to attend.

If your lawn needs to recover from summer stress, there is still time to aerify, seed, fertilize, and put down lime before the season ends. I haven’t seen any lawns in Virginia that didn’t need lime, and any time is a good time for an application. Lime helps loosen the soil, makes fertilizer more available, and provides calcium to the grass (and it is pretty cheap!).

Monday, November 4 11:00 A.M. Chesdin Clubhouse

Hats off to the RAMS.

We have several projects planned for this winter, including leveling some of the tees and fairways where old irrigation lines have settled. If you have any “pet peeves” about the golf course, let me know and we will try to address them in the winter months.

The following WONDERFUL RAMS came out on the sunny, clear morning of October 21 to rake pine tags for the Tea Trail in the Gillette Garden: Ben Thorp (the organizer), Carrol Cox, Richard Willig, Herman Kiger, Gary Larsen, Cal Thompson, Nancy Kiger, Allison MacMillan, and Joe Dilday with his wonderful machine!

We are fortunate in Virginia that we can often play golf year-round, so don’t put the clubs away just yet. Come on out and enjoy some of the prettiest days of the year!

~Dick Fisher

Several truckloads were gathered and during the winter will be spread over the walking path when the next phase of the Tea Trail restoration is completed.

CGCS - Golf Course Superintendent

Great job all and a great big THANK YOU!

~Alison MacMillan GARY SOYERS was the winner of the 2013 Jim Malone RAMS Championship, announced at the October 23 RAMS Awards Dinner! In addition to having his name added to the RAMS championship, Gary was presented a blue sport coat which actually belonged to Jim with a RAMS insignia on the breast pocket as a symbol of his championship. Gary will present the blue coat to next year’s champion. Many thanks, to Bee Malone, for donating the jacket and for her sponsorship of the closest to the pin competition in the tournament.


RAMS Spring Trip


The Fall Pinehurst Trip has just concluded, and we’re already gearing up for Spring. The Spring trip will run from May 4 (arrival) to May 7 (departure) and not in April as previously announced. We will play Legacy on May 5 with a 9:00 am shotgun start and the Pines Course at Whispering Pines on May 6 with an 8:30 am shotgun start.



Prices are as follows: 2 golfers/ room = $324 each (total $628); 1 golfer / room = $476; 3 golfers/ room = $273 each (total $819); 1 golfer + 1 non-golfer/ room = $314 = $172 (total $486); and 2 non-golfers/room = $172 each (total $344). Check made payable to the RAMS with Pinehurst listed in “memo” are due by April 1 at the latest.

Keep the evening of Friday, November 22 open on your calendar. From 7 until 9 pm, the RAMS will be hosting a celebration for our two city champions, Lyberty Anderson and Adam Ball, at the club. For this event, there is a cash bar only. Guests are invited and may use their own credit card or charge back their club for expenses. A number of special guests have been invited, and the RAMS committee is working to obtain the services of a very special guest MC.

It’s time to sign up for the return match against the “Lakers” from Jefferson-Lakeside to be held on November 7. A shotgun start is scheduled for 9:00 am. We want a large turnout of RAMS to win this “rubber match.” The series is currently tied at 2 wins each.

Tickets to this event will be sold, so look for posters throughout the club to see where to purchase them. Since this is a RAMS sponsored event, we want to see a 100% turnout from our organization. This is an excellent opportunity to show off our club to our guests and to members of the media who have been invited to attend.

DAY BRIDGE at Meadowbrook Every Tuesday at 10:00 A.M. To reserve a place - call Cathy Keller at 271.1859


~Jim Hufschmitt

3rd Thursday of each month at 10:00 A.M. To reserve a place - call Aili Lenhart at 271.0884 Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, Men’s Bridge is moved to the 2nd Thursday from 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. No Sign up Required.

NIGHT BRIDGE at Meadowbrook Duplicate Bridge 1st Thursday at 6:45 P.M. To reserve a place - call Sue Lofquist at 275.5049 Dinner reservations are not required. Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, Pairs Bridge will be played only on the 2nd Thursday at 7:00 P.M. To reserve a place - contact Aili Lenhart at 271.0884 Or Sue Lofquist at 275.5049 Come early and enjoy Thursday night specials.


Christmas Decorating of Club House December 2, 2013, 9:00 A.M. All volunteers are greatly appreciated

Grand Illumination/Silent Auction December 4, 2013, 6:30 P.M. Volunteers needed to help setup At 1:00 P.M., December 4, 2013 Bring auction items to Nancy Jakubec

Women of Meadowbrook

Christmas Dinner and Social

Daytime meeting:

Friday, December 13. 2013 Details will follow.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 10:00 A.M. (Social) 10:30 A.M. (General Mtg.) Cogbill Room

Note cards (in sets of 20 at $10) depicting scenic spots around the club can be purchased from Nancy Kiger.

Program: Quick Home Makeovers on a Budget by Michael Maszaros of Cabin Creek Interiors

Chesterfield Christmas Mother Submit donations to Donna Harper at the November meeting.

Lunch: Warm Pumpkin Soup One half Turkey, Bacon & Avocado Wrap with Fruit and Cookies

Nighttime meeting: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 10:00 A.M. (Social) 10:30 AM (General Mtg.) Meadowbrook Room

Chesterfield Tech students are building an arbor in the garden. Stop by and express your appreciation and enjoy the beauty.

~Ginny Arendall 1. 1

Program: Christmas Trivia game and make decision on a book to read for our February Book review

Chesdin Landing Clubhouse Dinner


Used books are still being accepted and sold by Ginny Arendall

7 REALLY good reasons to be a Meadowbrook-Chesdin Clubhouse member

MCC Tennis Team ROCKS!

1 - Red Pepper Hummus Dip ~ $7.95 2 - Seared Ahi Tuna ~ $10.25 3 - Black and Blue Salad ~ $8.95 4 - Spinach Salad with Chicken ~ $8.75 5 - Black Angus Flat Iron Steak ~ $15.95 6 – Lump Crab Cakes ~ $19.95 7 – The Landing Burger ~ $7.25

Ladies League play is now complete with a victory over Country Club of Virginia! Now we will focus on fun play at least 3 days per week. Next fun day for guys and girls is Saturday, Nov 2 at 9:30 am. We will be celebrating the end of day light saving time! Contact Karolyn at if you and interested and available.

29 new dinner items in all. 10

Fifty years ago this month, Meadowbrook member Randy Campbell became a part of history. Campbell, newly graduated from Virginia Military Institute (VMI) with a degree in Civil Engineering, was in the midst of his military service when he was recommended for a post at Arlington Cemetery. The 23-year old Infantry second lieutenant reported for duty at Ft. Myer in December 1962 as a Funeral Officer in the 1st Battalion Third Infantry – The Old Guard. A few months later he was assigned to be the Officer in Charge of the Salute Battery (gun platoon). Campbell and his men were assigned to The U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, The White House, and Arlington National Cemetery. Their duties included offering cannon salutes to arriving and departing dignitaries and participating in funerals at Arlington. Campbell and his wife, Julia, have been members of the club for about 20 years and enjoy the social activities and the pool. Campbell has worked for the Virginia Department of Transportation his entire career and is in no hurry to retire. Julia previously taught at Meadowbrook and Midlothian High Schools and several community colleges. She is currently a member of the adjunct faculty at John Tyler Community College.

According to Campbell, shortly after lunch on November 22, he was notified that President Kennedy had been shot in Dallas, Texas. Just a short time later, newscaster Walter Cronkite was on television announcing, “This is not confirmed but the President is dead.” When Mrs. Kennedy decided that the President’s final resting place would be Arlington Cemetery, Campbell was summoned to a meeting at the Pentagon to learn more about the funeral arrangements. Many generals, admirals, high-ranking police and fire officials also attended the meeting. The next day, he began carrying out his duties as a part of the funeral which continued until the President was laid to rest in Arlington on November 25, 1963.

Campbell oversaw the firing of 230 rounds in conjunction with the funeral, including 21 rounds signaling the arrival of President Kennedy’s body at the Capitol to lie in state, 21 rounds announcing the departure to the church for the actual funeral, and the 21 rounds fired at the cemetery. Campbell explains, “It is interesting to note that during that time we did not have access to the modern methods of communication people have now – we only had a landline telephone – no cell phones, no “smart” phones, none of the high-tech communication methods that we take for granted today. The protocol was for the first cannon to fire when the Officer in Charge at the gravesite saluted. We had to locate the cannons a good distance away from the gravesite for safety reasons. We were completely out of sight of people at the gravesite. I took my command over the landline phone from the officer at the gravesite. As the officer at the gravesite raised his hand to salute, I gave the command to begin the 21-gun salute. By all accounts, our timing was excellent.” Randy Campbell grew up in the shadow of what is now Meadowbrook Country Club. “As a young boy, I worked on the farm that is now the golf course.” He graduated from Manchester High School and received a state cadetship supplemented by a football scholarship to attend VMI. Randy earned a master’s degree from West Virginia University and completed advanced studies at Carnegie Mellon University. Campbell’s dad, Arthur, was a carpenter who worked for Will Carnes. His dad’s fingerprints are on many of the houses that surround the club.

~ John Hall 11

John Hall Kind People, Prayer, Joy, Sunsets, Beautiful Artwork, Sunshine, Books, Silly Moments, Celebrations – …Limitless Possibilities, Happy Thanksgiving!

Who’s Who at Meadowbrook and Chesdin Meadowbrook Staff

Chesdin Staff

Rich Wolkiewicz,, General Manager

John Bailey,, Manager

Karen Howerton, Office Manager

Tim White,, PGA Golf Professional

Diana Le’Gere,, Membership Sales & Marketing Director

Jeremy Weaver,, Food and Beverage Director

Sandy Mayhew, Event Coordinator

Diana Le’Gere,, Membership Sales & Marketing Director

B.J. Douglas, Reservations /Accounts Receivable

Laurel Rothenberger, Marketing Assistant

James Hodges, Clubhouse Supervisor

Jeanne Davis, Administrative Assistant

Robert Davis, Executive Chef Michael McHewitt, Bar Manager

Christian Hastings, Executive Chef

Dean Evans,, PGA Professional

Kristin Tush, Event Coordinator

Steven Schraw, Green Superintendent

Dick Fisher, Green Superintendent

Phone Numbers Clubhouse


Men’s Grill


Golf Pro Shop



271-1707 / 837-1861 (cell)

Pool Fax

Phone Numbers Golf Pro Shop

590-0031 / 590-0032

Food and Beverage Office



Administrative Office






837-1861 (Cell)

Dining Hours

Meadowbrook Board of Directors 2013 - 2014 L. Diane Murdock-Thorp Chad Knowles Don Lenhart DJ DeCicco Doug Malone Lisa Cox Bill Wisegarver Bernie Cowardin John Hall Ginny Riddle Don Lenhart Polly Moore

Meadowbrook Country Club

President VP and BY Laws Committee Chair Treasurer Secretary and Finance Committee Chair Golf Committee Chair Technology Committee Chair Green Committee Chair Strategic Long Range Planning Committee Chair Pool & Tennis Committee Chair Membership Marketing Committee Chair Membership Retention Committee Chair House Committee Chair

Tuesday: 11:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Wednesday-Friday *: 11:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Saturday & Sunday *: 11:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Closed Monday

MCC Men’s Grill Tuesday- Friday: 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Thursday: 7:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M. (Card Night) Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Chesdin Clubhouse Monday: 11:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

Chesdin Board of Managers Charlie Graffeo Keith Piper Mark Beltrami John Sarrett Charlie Fagan Edge Carravaggio John Richard

Very limited food service – call the club for details!

President Treasurer Secretary

Wednesday-Saturday: 11:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Sunday: 11:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Closed Tuesday *The Bar Lounge at MCC will remain open later than the food service Wednesday-Sunday


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