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CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB

Fifth Annual

JAMBOREE March 3, 2016 - Chesapeake Conference Center

Presenting Sponsor

Keynote Speaker

JOHN RIGGINS Former Running Back Washington Redskins


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March 3, 2016

City of Chesapeake Office of the Mayor 306 Cedar Road Chesapeake, Virginia 23322 (757) 382-6151 FAX (757) 382-6678

Dear Friends; On behalf of City Council, I want to congratulate the Chesapeake Sports Club for the vital role you play in our community. Since 2011, you have expanded our awareness of the importance of sports through education, social and recreational events. You highlight Chesapeake by bringing featured speakers from the sports world to share their career experiences and offer messages of motivation, leadership and encouragement. You uphold the significance of athletic achievement, teamwork, and excellence with your recognition of outstanding high school athletes. And by providing scholarships to 12 Chesapeake student athletes each year, you encourage the pursuit of higher education. In short, we commend you for your accomplishments to Chesapeake’s fabric. Tonight, the Chesapeake Sports Club will recognize our City’s outstanding athletes of the year and our outstanding coach of the year. For my part, I want to congratulate Grant Holloway, Lauren Duff, and Coach Dusti Harrell for their exceptional accomplishments. And a special congratulations to Martin Oliver, the Outstanding Chesapeake Sports Club Sportsman of the year. We are grateful for your significant contributions, wish you well, and you do us proud. I also want to welcome the former Washington Redskins running back John Riggins to Chesapeake. Chesapeake is home to diehard - and I mean diehard - Redskin fans who remember the legendary John Riggins. You embody the American spirit that has become a model many may hope to emulate but few will ever achieve, and we thank you for your continued commitment to our sports ethos. All in, the Chesapeake Sports Club and this year’s slate of winners bring honor and recognition to a place we call home. You have given Chesapeake’s next generation of sportsmen and sportswomen dreams to achieve and goals to aspire to and meet. In life, that is often enough, but to know that we also have a dedicated community focused on cheering for and guiding the next generation, I can only say thank you. Welcome to an understandably proud City called Chesapeake. Sincerely, Alan Mayor of Chesapeake “The City of Chesapeake adheres to the principles of equal employment opportunity. This policy extends to all programs and services supported by the City.”


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Jamboree Evening Schedule OPENING CEREMONIES Master of Ceremonies - Richard Harris- Welcome and Introduction of Head Table Presentation of Colors- Chesapeake Public Saftey Honor Guard National Anthem - Kathy Williams

Invocation - Dr. Robert Robinson - Pastor, Portlock United Methodist Church

DINNER Entertainment - William “Billy“ Brown II Deputy Fire Marshall, Chesapeake Fire Department

Opening Remarks - Steve Johnson, President, Chesapeake Sports Club Greetings by - Alan P. Krasnoff, Mayor, City of Chesapeake

Recognition of Sponsors and Special Guests - Richard Harris

PRESENTATION OF AWARDS Presentation of Awards - Nick Cattles of ESPN 94.1 radio

Chesapeake High School Female Athlete of the Year Lauren Duff - Hickory HS

Chesapeake High School Male Athlete of the Year Grant Holloway - Grassfield HS Chesapeake High School Coach of the Year Dusti Harrell - Grassfield HS

Sportsman of the Year Thomas Martin Oliver - Presented by Steve Johnson

KEYNOTE SPEAKER Introduction of Keynote Speaker - Beverly Kidd - WTKR Channel 3 Keynote Speaker - John Riggins

Former Running Back Washington Redskins

CLOSING Closing Remarks - Steve Johnson


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2016 KEYNOTE SPEAKER

John Riggins

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unning back John Riggins played 175 games in 14 seasons with the New York Jets and Washington Redskins. A Big Eight rushing champion who broke Gale Sayers’ rushing record at the University of Kansas, Riggins was the first pick of the New York Jets and the sixth player selected in the 1971 NFL Draft. He played in New York for five years but signed with the Redskins in 1976 as a free agent. His nineyear tenure with the Redskins was interrupted in 1980, when he voluntarily sat out the season. The 6-2, 230-pound Riggins was not a spectacular running back but he was a classic workhorse ball carrier who specialized in the tough yardage in the big games. He carried 2,916 times for 11,352 yards and 104 touchdowns during his career. He also caught 250 passes for 2,090 yards and 12 touchdowns. His 13,435 combined net yards are among the best ever, as is his 116 touchdowns by rushing and receiving. Riggins played in the 1982 and 1983 NFC championship games and Super Bowls XVII and XVIII and made the most of his comparatively few postseason appearances. He was the Most Valuable Player in Super Bowl XVII with a then-record 38 carries for 166 yards. He capped off his big day with a 43-yard touchdown run that clinched Washington’s 27-17 victory over Miami. Riggins rushed over 1,000 yards five times in his career and over 100 yards in 35 games, including a then-record six in post-season. He rushed 251 times for 996 yards and 12 touchdowns in nine post-season contests. Riggins followed his Super Bowl XVII success with a sensational season in 1983 when he rushed for a career-high 1,347 yards and a then-record 24 touchdowns. Following that season he was named All-Pro for the first time in his illustrious career.

Riggins finished out his career in Washington after the 1985 season and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1992. He has since worked in broadcasting and recently started a new career in acting.

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Evening Schedule Keynote Speaker John Riggins

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Chesapeake High School Coach of the Year - Dusti Harrell Chesapeake High School Female Athlete of the Year - Lauren Duff Chesapeake High School Male Athlete of the Year - Grant Holloway Chesapeake Sports Club Sportsman of the Year - Martin Oliver Past Sportsman of the Year Photos Legend of Honor Award Criteria Legend of Honor Inductees Luncheon Speakers 2015

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2015 Scholarship Awards

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Outstanding High Scholol Athletes Past Jamboree Photos Golf Classic July 15, 2016

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President’s Message

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n behalf of the Chesapeake Sports Club, I welcome you to our fifth annual Jamboree. We are pleased to have as our keynote speaker former Washington Redskins running back John Riggins. Welcome to Chesapeake John. The club through the continued support of our sponsors, members and community recognizes the top high school athletes for the fall, winter and spring programs. You can find the list of outstanding athletes in the program book. Tonight we recognize Chesapeake’s high school athletes of the year Lauren Duff and Grant Holloway along with the coach of the year from Grassfield High School, Dusti Harrell. Congratulations to each of you. Well done. We also honor those sports figures who have contributed to our fine city’s sports legacy. Many of the eighty Legend of Honor inductees are here tonight. Legend of Honor, Martin Oliver, will be recognized as our Sportsman of the Year. The proceeds from tonight’s program will continue to provide scholarship opportunities for outstanding High School scholastic athletes from each of Chesapeake’s High Schools. The sports club has awarded 45 scholarships totaling over $45,000 in the last five years. Thank you to all of our sponsors and supporters who have enabled the Sports Club to provide these recognitions and scholarships. Please think of them as you fill your personal and business needs and thank them for their dedication and support. I would like to personally thank all the club members who have volunteered their time and resources to ensure the success of the tonight’s Jamboree and all the clubs activities during the year. Thank you my friends.

Left Sonny Randall with President of Chesapeake Sports Club Steve Johnson

I encourage everyone to join us at our monthly luncheons. Our luncheons are held at the Chesapeake Conference Center on the second Monday of each month at 11:30. Luncheon speakers have included Olympic medalists, Super Bowl, NBA, and Major League Baseball Champions and Hall of Fame members. As you look around you will find some of them here tonight. Reservations for the luncheons can be made at Chesapeakesportsclub.com Thank you again to everyone for your support and participation tonight. Enjoy the evening. Steve Johnson Chesapeake Sports Club, President


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CHESAPEAKE HIGH SCHOOL

Coach of the Year DUSTI HARRELL GRASSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

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oach Harrell currently serves as a History Teacher and Head Competition Cheer Coach at Grassfield High School. Coach Harrell received a Baccalaureate degree in Health and Physical Education in 1998 from Old Dominion University. In 2007, Coach Harrell earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Coach Harrell was hired as the competition cheer coach at Grassfield High School in 2007. Additionally, in 2014 she was named Grassfield High Schools’ Teacher of-the Year and became a city finalist. Coach Harrell’s love for the sport of cheerleading began as a young girl cheering for Chesapeake Parks and Recreation. She cheered on the JV and Varsity teams and also was a member of the Varsity gymnastics team at Great Bridge High School. After high school, Coach Harrell attended Old Dominion University where she continued to cheer for the Monarchs. Since 2009, the Grassfield cheerleaders have captured five Southeastern District Championships, three Conference Two Championships, six Regional Championships and two Virginia High School League (VHSL) 6A State Titles. In 2013, 6A All-Region cheer team selections began and twelve cheerleaders have been selected from Grassfield High School. Two years ago the VHSL began All-State Cheer team selections. Five Grassfield cheerleaders have been selected as first team All-State and three second team All-State. In 2014, a Grassfield cheerleader, Victoria Ashnault was named VHSL 6A State Cheerleader- of-the-year and Coach Harrell was named VHSL 6A State cheer-coachof- the-year. This past fall, Grassfield cheerleader Taylor Wilson was selected as VHSL 6A State cheerleader-of-the-year. The Grassfield cheerleaders

completed their second consecutive undefeated season this past fall and are working hard to defend their title. In addition to their athletic talent, the Grassfield cheerleading team is also active in their community. The cheer team has been leading annual youth cheerleading summer camps for the past six years. Coach Harrell is an active member of The Kings Daughters Circle in the Bridge, a philanthropic organization that raises money for the Children’s Hospital for the Kings Daughters. Four years ago Grassfield Cheer began “Blankets for Babies,” an annual event for which the team makes blankets to donate to CHKD at Christmas. As of now, they have donated over 400 hand-made blankets. In 2014, Grizzly cheerleaders started their now annual FlipA-Thon in honor of a teammate, Megan Curry, who lost her courageous battle with a rare blood disorder and passed away last year. In the two events the cheerleaders have raised $25,000.00 to donate to the Ronald McDonald House and CHKD. Coach Harrell believes that being a coach is more than leading a team to a championship; it is about molding young athletes into responsible, self-sufficient and productive members of society. As a coach, she revels in the opportunity to model and instill sportsmanship in her athletes by proving to them that hard work does, indeed, reap rich rewards. Congratulations to Coach Dusti Harrell.


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CHESAPEAKE HIGH SCHOOL

Female Athlete of the Year LAUREN DUFF HICKORY HIGH SCHOOL VIRGINIA TECH

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auren Duff is a 2015 graduate of Hickory High School and is currently attending Virginia Tech University on a softball scholarship. Also here this evening with Lauren are her parents, Roy and April Duff. While at Hickory High, Lauren was 4 year letterman on the girls’ softball team as a 5’8” right handed catcher. Her accolades during her high school career as a catcher have been nothing short of outstanding. She was named 1st team All-Southeastern District 2X’s and 1st team All-Penn South conference twice. She was named 1st team All-Region 4 consecutive years. She was named to the All-Tidewater team by the VA Pilot four consecutive years. She was named 1st team All-State as a sophmore, 2nd team All-State as a junior, and finally named 1st All-State as a senior at Hickory High School. Lauren was also named the 2015 Chesapeake Sports Club high school softball Playerof-the-Year. Lauren finished her career at Hickory High School as the school’s all-time leader in hits (143), RBI’s (101), doubles (33), home runs (15), batting average (.472). She is also the all-time leader in slugging percentage, on-base percentage, and total bases. During her senior year at Hickory high School, she batted a .492 with 33 RBI’s and nine home runs. More importantly, Lauren led the Hawks to the 2015 5A South Region title and a berth in the Group

5A state championship game. She also played softball year around with the Williamsburg Starz travel team and competed in track for Hickory high School. Her HS coach Ryan Wieck recently stated, “While several student athletes have been outstanding for our program, no one else was dominant over a four year stretch as Lauren. From 2012 to 2015, Lauren Duff established herself as the best player Hickory High school has ever had, period.” Lauren is attending Virginia Tech and majoring in biology with a concentration in genetics. while participating in softball at the division I level. Lauren, we wish you the best of luck in your collegiate career.


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CHESAPEAKE HIGH SCHOOL

Male Athlete of the Year GRANT HOLLOWAY GRASSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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rant Holloway is currently a senior at Grassfield High School and will attend the University of Florida next fall on a Track and Field scholarship. Also here this evening with Grant is his parents, Latasha and Stan. While at Grassfield High School, Grant has been a 4 year letterman on the Grizzlies’s state renowned indoor and outdoor track and field teams and a member of the football squad. During the indoor and outdoor track seasons, Grant has dominated this arena. Last winter at the 6A State Indoor Track Championship, Grant ran 7.19 seconds to win the 55 M hurdles. His time was the fastest in the nation that season and is one of the best ever in the event. Four days later Grant competed in the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City. At that meet Grant put on a show. He set a meet record in the 60 M hurdles with a blazing time of 7.589 seconds. His time was just two-hundredths of a second off the national HS record. Last spring at the outdoor Conference tournament, he won 4 individual events. The following week at the 6A Region championship he again won 4 individual events. He capped off his junior campaign at the 6A state outdoor meet by winning 4 gold medals. His leap of 25’8 3/4’’in the Long Jump was a state meet record and the nation’s top performance among high school athletes that season. In May, 2015 Grant was named the “Gatorade VA Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year.” Over Grant’s HS career, he has captured 10 gold, 3 silver, and 3 bronze medals between indoor and outdoor track competition at the Virginia High School League state championships.

In addition, May of last year Grant was an AllAmerican in the Long Jump competition at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals. Over the summer he represented Team US at the Caribbean Scholastic Invitational in Cuba winning gold medals in the 110 hurdles and the 400 M relay. He then placed 3rd in the nation in the Long Jump at the USA Track and Field Junior Outdoor Championship competing against college athletes. Grant was also named the 2015 Tidewater “Male Athlete-of-the-Year’ by the VirginianPilot. Grant has led the Grizzlies to VHSL track and field team state championships in 2013 and 2015. Finally, this past fall on the football Gridiron, Grant was named 1st team All-Conference, 1st team AllRegion, 1st team All-Tidewater, and 2nd team All-State as a receiver. Grant, we wish you the best of luck on the remainder of you high school career.


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Sportsman of the Year THOMAS MARTIN OLIVER CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB

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artin Oliver is a lifelong resident of Chesapeake who started 9th grade at Oscar Smith before transferring to Great Bridge. While at Great Bridge High School Martin played three sports, baseball, football, and basketball but excelled in basketball where he made the All District, All Region, and All State basketball teams in his senior year. He was the first All State player in Great Bridge History and scored an average of 23 points per game. He helped to lead the Wildcats to the State Championships where Great Bridge ended up as the runner-up and he set a tournament scoring record that lasted 27 years. Martin attended Elon College on a basketball scholarship and after graduation taught social studies at Great Bridge Junior High for 4 years before moving to Great Bridge High School where he remained for 28 years. While at Great Bridge he coached three sports, baseball, football and basketball. His baseball teams won 456 games in 31 years and basketball teams won 392 games in 32 years. When Hickory High School opened Martin was selected to be their first Athletic Director and served in that position for 13 years until his retirement. Some of Martin’s many recognitions and awards include: 1978 Southeastern District Basketball Coach of the Year; 1992 Great Bridge High School Teacher of the Year; 1995 Chesapeake Athletic Club Bob Bates Coach of the Year; Coached in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (PIT) for 32 years; the Great Bridge baseball field was named the Thomas Martin Oliver Field of Dreams in 1998. Martin retired from the Chesapeake Public Schools in 2009 after 45 years. Martin Oliver is a Charter Member of the Chesapeake Sports Club and the Board of the Directors which was organized in 2011. Martin is

currently the Second Vice President of the Club. Martin has played a vital role in the many successes of the Club. Martin has co-chaired the Legends of Honor Committee since its inception. He helped to develop the guidelines for the Legend recognition. The Legends of Honor award recognizes those individuals who have contributed to the rich sports history of Chesapeake, South Norfolk and the areas of Norfolk County that formed the City of Chesapeake in 1963. Martin was instrumental in pushing for the posthumous recognition of individuals who should be remembered for their contributions to sports during their lifetime. As of the March 2016 meeting 70 individuals have been inducted into the Chesapeake Sports Club Legends of Honor. Martin is also responsible for organizing and handling the VIP Room during the Annual Jamboree. In March 2014 Martin was named a Sports Club Legend for his contributions to sports in Chesapeake. Martin and his wife Bev have two sons and one grandson and reside in the Great Bridge area of the city. Congratulations to Martin Oliver, Chesapeake Sports Club Sportsman of the Year.


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CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB

SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR

2011 Robert G. “Buddy” Bagley Chesapeake Sports Club Founding President

2012 Dennis M. Ellmer President & CEO, Priority Automotive - Charter Member

2013 David L. McManus Founding Member - Board of Directors - Legend of Honor

2014 Wayne Martin Director of Student Services Chesapeake Public Schools

2015 Martin Oliver Founding Member Board of Directors - Legend of Honor


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Chesapeake Sports Club LEGENDS OF HONOR AWARD

The Chesapeake Sports Club Legends of Honor Award was established to recognize and honor former outstanding athletes, coaches and individuals for their athletic performance, leadership and/ or contributions to athletics in Chesapeake, including the areas formed by the City of Chesapeake in 1963 (Norfolk County and South Norfolk). Individuals selected will be recognized at a monthly meeting of the Club.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

A nominee shall have brought honor and recognition to the athletic programs within the city and: 1. Have been a student at a school within the current city boundaries. 2. Have been a resident or worked within the current city boundaries.

SELECTION REQUIREMENTS

1. Athletics—athletic performance, team contributions, achievements and/or leadership in sports competition as evidenced by: a. Post-season honors, such as All-American, All-State, All District, etc. b. Advanced to post-season competition such as State, Regional, and National championships or All-Star team selection. c. Record setting performance. d. Winning individual championships e. Holding the position of team captain f. Athletic achievement after graduation from High School, including participation and achievement in college, professional, Olympic, and amateur athletics, but only as a complement to the individual’s athletic career while in Chesapeake. 2. Coaches/Other—Individuals, coaches, administrators, and others who have substantially enhanced the athletic program(s) within the city through their leadership and support.

NOMINATIONS

1. Only a club member may make nominations for this award. 2. No individual may self-nominate 3. Nominations may be submitted at any time. 4. Nominations will be on a form as approved by the Chesapeake Sports Club and contain information pertinent to the individual’s achievements. 5. It is recommended that nominees for this award shall be recognized after a minimum of 30 years of their achievement(s), unless there are extenuating circumstances. 6. Nominees (coaches/other) for other than athletic achievement shall have had at least 15 years of contributions and support to athletics in Chesapeake. 7. Individuals (deceased) may be nominated for a posthumous award if their achievements are within the guidelines established for the award.


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Chesapeake Sports Club LEGENDS OF HONOR AWARD

SELECTION COMMITTEE

1. Committee members shall be appointed by the Chesapeake Sports Club President. 2. Committee members will serve a 3 year term. 3. The committee will be made up of at least 9 members including the committee chair. 4. The rst year, three (3) members will be named as three (3) year members and three (3) members will be named as two (2) year members. 5. The remaining ve (5) members will be replaced by three (3) new members for 2012. Each year the president will appoint three (3) new members. 6. The chairman will be elected by the committee at the rst meeting of the year. 7. The chairman or committee members will not be restricted to one (1) term. 8. In the event that a committee member is unable to complete their term, the President of the Chesapeake Sports Club will appoint a new member.

SELECTION PROCESS 1. The Legend of Honor Committee Chair will receive all nominations and review for completeness before presentation to the committee for action. 2. The committee will review and discuss the nominees at a committee meeting and vote to determine the individual that represents various sports and time periods and represents both men and women athletics for each monthly meeting. 3. Legends of Honor will be recognized at the monthly meeting. 4. The committee chair or a committee member will present to the Sports Club Board the name of the individual(s) selected for their approval. 5. The individual selected will be noti ed and invited to a monthly meeting for presentation of the Legend of Honor Award. 6. Public announcement of the individual will be made immediately following the meeting.

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Ginny Brandriff - January Michael Cuddyer - February Donald “Digger” Adkins - February Richard Ault - February *Charles “Shot Gun” Brown - February *Steve Delong - February *Cecil Jennings - February *St. Clair Jones - February *Richard “Billy” Morgan - February *Paul “Pop” Newhart - February *Linky Pratt - February *George Quarles - February Martin Oliver - March Lawrence Johnson - March Donald “Duck” Peebles - April Dr. Thompson Mann - May Ernest “Rabbit” Howard - June Bobby Kinnard - July Rosetta Smith - August Dr. W. Randolph Nichols - September Jack Edwards - October Kenny Capps - October Landis Neale - November Patti Walsh - December

Charlie Stukes - May Art Brandriff - June Ed Weatherly - July Mike Voight - September Billy O’Brien - October Dick Hodsdon - November Edward Beard - December William Fuller - December

2 0 1 2 Gracie Lee Vandyck - February Willis Bell - March Ricky Rudd - June Larry Griffin - July Dr. Claude Benham - September Jerry Gaines - October Dr. Edward Brickell - November Lora Hinton - December

2 0 1 3 Abe Coates - January Jimmy Calhoun - February Wes Swisher - March Bill Lassiter - April Lew Johnston - June Andrea Graham - August Gary Disharoon - October Harry Blevins - November *Posthumous Award

LEGEND

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CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB

LEGENDS OF HONOR 2 0 1 5

2 0 1 6

Tommy Rhodes - January *Nathaniel “Nat” Hardee - February *Clyde “Ducky” Davis - February *Towny Townsend - February *Herman West - February *Bill Myers - February *Cliff Bernard - February *Harry Paxton - February *Ronnie Dunbar - February *Nelson Bondurant - February *Dr. Clarence Cuffee - February Dr. J Ann Strauss - March Wanye Henley - April Gene Mckinney - September Henry Thomas - September Alice Meacom - October Marilyn Burgess - October Harold Bowe - November Linda Laumann - December

Dave McManus - January Raleigh Voight - Janaury *Colon Baker - February *Woody Barnes - February *John Bynum - February *Douglas Eley - February *Doug Henley - February *Lee Henley - February *Carl Opauski - February *Gail Parker - February *Donald Perry - February

LEGEND

Raleigh Voight

LEGEND

Henry Thomas *Posthumous Award

LEGEND

Dave McManus


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Chesapeake Sports Club LUNCHEON SPEAKERS 2015

g JANUARY Roger Brown

g FEBRUARY Latrell Scott

g MARCH Bobby Wilder

g APRIL Bryant Stith

g MAY Bryan Stinespring

g JUNE D.J. Dozier


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Chesapeake Sports Club LUNCHEON SPEAKERS 2015

g JULY Football Coaches

g AUGUST Tony Brothers

g SEPTEMBER Barry Parkhill

g OCTOBER Colmean Scott

g NOVEMBER Eddie Webb

g DECEMBER Bobby Ross


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At Farmers Bank we’re investing in the most driven and innovative business lenders in the area and we are excited to have Jeff Creekmore spearhead our expansion into Chesapeake. As a business owner, you know how important experience is to your success. Jeff has a strong banking resume and brings over 20 years of experience helping businesses like yours reach their goals. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to grow your business with a banker who has a wealth of knowledge, and a proven track record. Call 757-242-6111 TODAY and ask for Jeff Creekmore.

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“We will continue to be among the most progressive, and innovative, hospitals in the region.” –Dr. Peter F. Bastone, President and CEO

Forty Years of Good Health for Chesapeake. When Peter Bastone took the reigns as president and CEO of Chesapeake Regional Medical Center in April 2013, his first order of business was simple: Get to know the people of Chesapeake. “This hospital is for the community, built by the community. Today there are more than 2,100 employees making it one of the largest health employers and busiest hospitals in Hampton Roads.” Bastone sees the 40-year anniversary as “an exciting opportunity for people to identify with their community hospital, to understand everything we have to offer from the cutting-edge technologies to the high caliber doctors we are able to recruit.” While Chesapeake Regional Medical Center celebrates the past 40 years, Bastone looks to the future with excitement. “We will continue to be among the most progressive, innovative, independent hospitals in the country, where “high tech” and “high touch” are equally balanced.”

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PAST LUNCHEON PHOTOS

Past President Louis Tayon and Legend Martin Oliver and Sportsman of the Year

President Steve Johnson, 2014 President Larry Zoeller, Speaker Jack Ankerson and 2015 President Louis Tayon

2012 President John Henry Martin, Dr. Ed Brickell, 2013 President Doug Smith and Legend Ed Beard

Coach of the Year Dusti Harrell with Student Athlete and Family

Members listening to Founding President

Founding President Buddy Bagley Talking about Sponsors and Supporters


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Chesapeake Sports Club SCHOLARSHIP RULES & REGULATIONS

The Board of Directors of Chesapeake Sports Club authorizes and directs its Scholarship Committee to award a scholarship to a student from each Chesapeake public high school, Greenbrier Christian Academy, Atlantic Shores High School, and three at large scholarships. Chesapeake Sports Club scholarships shall be awarded according to the following guidelines: Twelve scholarships; a minimum of one per each Chesapeake public high school, Greenbrier Christian High School, Atlantic Shores High School, and three at large scholarships. The Board of Directors reserves the right to change the number of scholarships, at its sole discretion. g Scholarship Amount — currently $1,500 may be revised without notice as directed by the Chesapeake Sports Club Board of Directors. g Applicant must have lettered in at least one VHSL varsity sport (Cheerleaders Qualify).

g The Scholarship Committee is encouraged to involve the high school principals in the process. This involvement should result in the following: g Applications must be postmarked no later than the first Monday in April of the award year. g The principals are requested to submit three applications per school. g The Scholarship Committee, in its sole discretion, makes award decisions. g Awards are to be disbursed directly to colleges or universities. Chesapeake Sports Club Scholarships are to be presented at the regular May meeting or at any special awards meeting, as the Board of Directors may direct. Scholarship applications and current Scholarship Rules & Regulations are on the Chesapeake Sports Club web site.

g Student must graduate with a "C" average or better. g Financial need must be demonstrated as this is a significant consideration. g The student must attend an accredited college or university in the Commonwealth of Virginia. g All scholarship winners must be Chesapeake residents.

CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB P.O. BOX 2422 CHESAPEAKE, VA 23327 757-650-2882 www.chesapeakesportsclub.com


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2015 2015SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIPAWARDS AWARDS OUR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM REWARDS THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST FROM OUR CITY’S PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOLS WITH SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THEIR CONTINUING EDUCATION.

ATLANTIC SHORES CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS

Elijah D’angelo Lindquist O’Bryant — Elijah plans to attend George Mason University and major in Criminal Justice. In high school he participated in Cross Country and Track and Field. He is a member of the National Honor Society and served as Treasurer for his senior class and the Ambassador Club. Elijah currently has a 3.99 GPA.

DEEP CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

Ariana Lynn McCoy — Ariana has been accepted at Virginia Commonwealth University and plans to major in Urban and Regional Planning. In high school she participated in Cross Country and Track and Field. She is a member of the National Honor Society. She was team captain of the Cross Country team, was selected first team All-conference in Cross Country, and was named Principle chair cellist for the school orchestra. Ariana currently has a 3.521 GPA.


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2015 2015SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIPAWARDS AWARDS DEEP CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

Grace Evelyn Rovenolt — Grace has been accepted at the University of Virginia and plans to major in Human Biology. In high school she participated in Cross Country and Track and Field. She is a member of the National Honor Society and the Key Club and served as Captain of the Girls Cross Country Team. Grace currently has a 4.78 GPA and is ranked # 1 in her graduating class.

GRASSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

Samantha Vutsinas — Samantha has been accepted at James Madison University and plans to major in Elementary Education. In high school she participated in Volleyball, the Student Council, the Concert Orchestra, and was a member of the Principals Planning Council. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Rho Kappa History Honor Society, and the National English Honor Society. She was named 1st team in volleyball. Samantha currently has a 4.0961 GPA

GREAT BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Mayanni Alexis McCourty — Maryanni has been accepted at Virginia Wesleyan. In high school she participate in Volleyball and Track and Field and was selected 2nd team all-Conference. She is a member of the National Honor Society and school Chamber Orchestra. Maryanni currently has a 3.9158 GPA.

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2015 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS GREAT BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Russell Makoa Martin — Russell has been accepted at the College William and Mary and plans to major in Computer Engineering and Physics. In high school he participated in Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, and Soccer. He was named Captain of the swim team and was a state qualifier in swimming. Russell is a member of the National Honor Society and the Virginian Pilot Scholastic Achievement team. Russell currently has a 4.6395 GPA.

HICKORY HIGH SCHOOL

Melanie Marie Carter — Melanie has been accepted at of William and Mary and plans to major in International Relations. In high school she participated in Track and Field and was selected Captain of the Track team. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society, and the Virginian Pilot Scholastic Achievement team. Melanie currently has a 4.725 GPA and ranks #2 in her graduating class.

HICKORY HIGH SCHOOL

William John Sevcik — William has been accepted at both James Madison University and Virginia Tech and plans to major in Business Management or Physics. In high school he participated in Football and served as Captain of the team both his junior and senior years. William is a member and President of the Future Business Leaders Club and is active with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. William currently has a 4.0667 GPA.4.2883 GPA.


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2015 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS .INDIAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

Nichelle Ramona Farokhpour — Nichelle has been accepted at Liberty University and plans to major in Aeronautics in preparation for a career in the Air Force. In high school she participated in Soccer, Cross Country, and Track and Field. She is a member of the German Club, Invisible Children, and serves as Vice-President of her senior class. Nichelle currently has a 3.54 GPA.

.INDIAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

James Harris Albritton — James has been accepted at Liberty University and plans to major in Theology or Education. In high school he participated in Golf, Soccer, and Cross Country. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders, and Bible Club. He has served as a volunteer at St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children, and Worship Leader at his church. James currently has a 4.025 GPA.

,OSCAR SMITH HIGH SCHOOL

Alexus JaNae Knight — Alexus has been accepted at Hampton University and plans to major in Psychology. In high school she participated in Volleyball and Basketball. She is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America and DECA. She was selected 2nd team AllConference and a member of the Virginia Coaches Association All Star team. Alexus currently has a 3.5164 GPA.

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2015 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS WESTERN BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL

Harry William Holtzclaw — Harry has been accepted at James Madison University and plans to major in Education in preparation for a career in teaching. In high school he participated in Tennis and Golf. During his senior year he was named Team Captain. He is a member of the National Honor Society and DECA, and serves as a volunteer at the Portsmouth Humane Society. Harry currently has a 3.7026 GPA.

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Chesapeake Sports Club OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS

Back Row Left: Mickey Carey, David Martin, Glenn Hampton, Jerry Gaines, Buddy Bagley, Jim Cleavenger, Martin Oliver, Bill Fink Middle Row Left: Janet Wenger, Burke Craver, Phil Johnson, Dave McManus, Linwood Nelms, Louis Tayon

PROGRAM STAFF

Front Row Left: Bobby Clifton, Steve Johnson, Carolyn Bernard

Advertising and Marketing – Buddy Bagley, Linwood Nelms, Janet Wenger, Burke Craver Facilities - Steve Johnson, Bobby Clifton, Sherry Simmons Legends Of Honor - Ed Beard, Martin Oliver Scholarships - Linwood Nelms and Glenn Hampton Program – Louis Tayon, Buddy Bagley, Richard Harris, Carolyn Bernard, Bill Fink Program Book - Phil Johnson, Anne Harriman, Hackworth Reprographics Sponsors - Buddy Bagley, Louis Tayon, Doug Smith, Linwood Nelms, Jerry Gaines Students, Sportsman and Coach of the Year – Wayne Martin, David Martin, Jim Cleavenger Video Production - WCTV- Mark Cox VIP Reception- Martin Oliver, Dave McManus


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COV ER SPORTS L E T T ERCLUB CHESAPEAKE

Outstanding Fall 2012-2013

2013-2014

Football Jole "JC" Coleman OSHS

Football Josh Marriner WBHS

Football Andrew Brown OSHS

Football Football Deshawn McClease Shon Mitchell OSHS OSHS

Field Hockey Victoria Parish GFHS

Field Hockey Christine Loehr GFHS

Field Hockey Cassandra Rich GFHS

Field Hockey Carolin Arrowood HHS

Field Hockey Kristen Ferguson HHS

Volleyball Curtis Stallings GFHS

Volleyball Curtis Stallings GFHS

Volleyball Jason Brewster WBHS

Volleyball Richard Cruz DCHS

Volleyball Austin Obenour GFHS

Volleyball Kaitlyn Griffin HHS

Volleyball Kaitlyn Griffin HHS

Volleyball Emily Plumlee HHS

Volleyball Emily Plumlee HHS

Volleyball Erin Parks HHS

Cross Country Seth Taylor GFHS

Cross Country Micah Ellington HHS

Cross Country Andrew Eason HHS

Cross Country Thomas Amabile GFHS

Cross Country Cameron Riedy HHS

Cross Country Hannah Gray GFHS

Cross Country Cross Country Carolyn Cunniffe Sarah Wade GBHS GFHS

Cross Country Hannah Glasgow HHS

Cross Country Jodi Tolarchyk HHS

2011-2012

2014-2015

2015-2016

Golf Golf Lauren Kruszewski Steven Decker GBH GFHS

Golf Garret Swanger GFHS

Golf Garret Swanger GFHS

Golf Carter Old GBHS

Cheer Rachel Ayers HHS

Cheer Summer Lena HHS

Cheer Victoria Ashnault GFHS

Cheer Taylor Wilson GFHS

Cheer Allysia Jones GFHS


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2013-2014 CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB

Outstanding Winter 2013-2014

2014-2015

2011-2012

2012-2013

Basketball Chris Williams OSHS

Basketball Marcus Evans GBHS

Basketball Marcellis Perkins DCHS

Basketball Nigel Ribeiro OSHS

Basketball Da’Lishia Griffin WBHS

Basketball Da’Lishia Griffin WBHS

Basketball Alexis McKay WBHS

Swim John Denning GBHS

Swim Jerry Burton HHS

Swim Logan Burton HHS

Basketball De’Asia Brown DCHS

Swim Susan Hynes HHS

Swim Susan Hynes HHS

Swim Susan Hynes HHS

Wrestling Aaron Rowe IRHS

Wrestling Taylor Misuna GFHS

Wrestling Brandon Olsen IRHS

Gymnastics Courtney Adams GBHS

Gymnastics Jamie Stone WBHS

Gymnastics Courtney Adams GBHS

Indoor Track Michael Cherry OSHS

Indoor Track Michael Cherry OSHS

Indoor Track Grant Holloway GFHS

Indoor Track Kiara Howell GFHS

Indoor Track Andrea Wright IRHS

Indoor Track Milan Parks WBHS

Swim Christian Dewitt HHS Swim Susan Hynes HHS Wrestling Seldon Wright OSHS Gymnastics Haley Cole HHS Indoor Track Grant Holloway GFHS Indoor Track Milan Parks WBHS


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COV ER SPORTS L E T T ERCLUB CHESAPEAKE

Outstanding Spring 2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

Baseball Garrett Brooks WBHS

Baseball Connor Jones GBHS

Baseball Zachary Rutherford WBHS

Baseball Connor Eason HHS

Softball Kayla Harris Greenbrier Christian

Softball Kayla Harris Greenbrier Christian

Softball Sydney Harless GBHS

Outdoor Track Trey Holloway GFHS

Outdoor Track Byron Robinson WBHS

Outdoor Track Grant Holloway GFHS

Softball Lauren Duff HHS

Outdoor Track Taranisha Taylor WBHS

Outdoor Track Heather Smith GBHS

Outdoor Track Ebony White WBHS

Tennis Alexander Krupp HHS

Tennis Alexander Krupp HHS

Tennis Bennett Thomas GFHS

Tennis Jacqueline Gaine HHS

Tennis Rachel Farmer HHS

Tennis Alina Creamer GFHS

Soccer Brandon Eaton IRHS

Soccer Brandon Eaton IRHS

Soccer Marshall MacCartney HHS

Soccer Caroline Casey GFHS

Soccer Murita Storey OSHS

Soccer Allison Pinello HHS

Outdoor Track Grant Holloway GFHS Outdoor Track Funlayo Oluwole WBHS Tennis Harry Holtzclaw WBHS Tennis Sutherlyn Brinn HHS Soccer Blake Brown HHS Soccer Alexandra Fitz GFHS


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COV ER LSPORTS E T T ER CLUB CHESAPEAKE

Outstanding Awards 2011-2012 Outstanding Male Nicholas Thompson 2010- WBHS Outstanding Female Keilah Tyson 2010 - WBHS

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

Outstanding Male Michael Cherry OSHS

Outstanding Male Connor Jones GBHS

Outstanding Male Andrew Brown OSHS

Outstanding Male Athlete Grant Holloway GFHS

Outstanding Female Kiara Howell GFHS

Outstanding Female Andrea Wright IRHS

Outstanding Female Courtney Adams GBHS

Outstanding Female Athlete Lauren Duff HHS

Coach of the Year Sid Savoy OSHS

Coach of the Year Claude Toukene WBHS

Coach of the Year Dusti Harrell GFHS

Coach Coach of the Year of the Year Richard E. Morgan Steve West 2010 - OSHS IRHS

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PAST JAMBOREE PHOTOS 2015

Left CSC Member David Martin and Jack Ham Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaker Jack Ham Signing Autograph for Donn Irby

Left CSC Members Mickey Carey, Dave McManus and Jack Ham

2014

Left 2014 CSC President Larry Zoeller, Center Jim Palmer and Right 2015 CSC President Lou Tayon

Keynote Speaker Jim Palmer at Evening Left Dennis Ellmer, Center Jim Palmer Dinner and Right Matt Ellmer

2013

Joe Theismann Signing Autographs

Keynote speaker Joe Theismann at Evening Dinner

Joe Theismann with Bruce Raider Sports Director WAVY TV

2012

Steve Garvey Signing Autographs

Keynote Speaker Steve Garvey at Evening Dinner

Left Chesapeake Sports Club Member David Martin with Steve Garvey


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Be A

Tourist in your own

CITY! The tourism industry generates more than $270 million annually for Chesapeake so take time to say thanks to the industry that never sleeps. We live, work and play each day in a city that offers outdoor adventures, delicious hometown flavors, and miles of shopping spots for tourists and locals alike! Take a hike or bike ride in Northwest River Park and explore the great outdoors. Pack a picnic and soak up some sun at Oak Grove Lake Park. Rediscover the historic waterways with a kayak or canoe trip through the Dismal Swamp Canal. Unwind with a shopping spree at Towne Place at Greenbrier, and cap off your outing with a tasty meal at a local hot spot! For more information and ideas about how to see Chesapeake as a tourist, visit www.visitchesapeake.com 4 color logotype


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Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. provides high quality contracting services to customers in Virginia and North Carolina.

www.comfortsystemsva.com 4116 South Military Highway, Chesapeake, VA 23321

Phone (757) 558-6007 | Fax (757) 558-6330

Chesapeakes Largest Jewelry Store In House Repairs and Appraisals (757)436-1920 Fax (757) 436-0720 701 North Battlefield Blvd. Woodford Square Chesapeake, VA 23320 Hours Monday – Friday 9:30 AM -6:30 PM Saturday 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Your Diamond Headquarters

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FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2016 SUFFOLK MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE 1227 HOLLAND ROAD, SUFFOLK, VA 23434 ENTRY FEE Includes, Green/Cart Fee and Range Balls $100.00 PER PLAYER - $400.00 PER TEAM REGISTRATION AND LUNCH 11:00 AM SHOTGUN START 12:00 PM – FORMAT is 4 Man Florida Best Ball Flights to be determined by PRO AFTER PLAY IS COMPLETED Entry is limited to 36 teams – First Come, First Serve

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PROPER GOLF ATTIRE - NO JEANS, SOFT SPIKES ONLY

1st Flight 1st, 2nd, 3rd Places 2nd Flight 1st, 2nd, 3rd Places 3rd Flight 1st, 2nd, 3rd Places Longest Drive (2 holes) Closest to the Pin (four holes) Hole In One, Door Prizes, 50/50 Raffle, Number of Flights subject to change based on number of participants.

REFRESHMENTS ON THE GOLF COURSE LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED STARTING AT 11:30 DINNER SERVED UPON COMPLETION OF GOLF TOURNAMENT

Proceeds to benefit CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP FUND APPLICATIONS AND FEES DUE BY JULY 9, 2016

TEAM N AM E:

Captain: ___________________________ _Phone__________________ Name: ____________________________ Phone__________________ Name: ___________________________Phone__________________ Name: ___________________________Phone__________________ Total Amount $__________

SPON SOR SH IP LEVELS :

Hole Sponsor…………$100 Green Sponsor………..$500 Food Sponsor……….$1,500 Beverage Sponsor......$1,500 Cart Sponsor………..$1,500 Title Sponsor………..$2,500

See the back of this form for detailed Sponsorship information.

Please make checks payable to: CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB AND Mail to: David McManus - Golf Committee Chairman 5273 DeFord Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23455 For additional information call David McManus at 362-1492 or 963-1493


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CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB GOLF CLASSIC SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION HOLE SPONSOR: $100 Hole Sponsors receive a sign (18x 24) at the tee box of your sponsored hole with provided information. If interested in sponsoring a hole, please provide requested information below. If there is a problem with the amount of information provided, a member of the Golf Committee will contact you to discuss.

Contact info:

Name: Company: Contact Telephone Number:

GREEN SPONSOR: $500 Green Sponsors receive a sign (48x 32) on the Green of the hole of your choice and recognition in the Golf Classic Itinerary Booklet handed out to all Golf Classic participants. If interested in being a Green Sponsor, please provide requested information below. If there is a problem with the amount of information provided, a member of the Golf Committee will contact you to discuss.

Contact info:

Name: Company: Contact Telephone Number:

FOOD, BEVERAGE OR CART SPONSOR: $1,500 Food, Beverage or Cart Sponsors receive a sign (18 x 24 ) on a hole of your choice, recognition at the meal, recognition in the Golf Classic Itinerary Booklet handed out to all Golf Classic participants and a banner ( 48x48) recognizing the sponsorship, and one (1) free Chesapeake Sports Club membership for 2015. If interested in being a Food, Beverage or Cart Sponsor, please provide requested information below. If there is a problem with the amount of information provided, a member of the Golf Committee will contact you to discuss.

Contact info:

Name: Company: Contact Telephone Number:

TITLE SPONSORSHIP: $2,500

This Sponsor will have their Company name on all correspondents that is generated for this event, a 6 ft. x 3 ft Banner recognizing your company name will be placed at the Registration Area at the Clubhouse, the entry fee for a four man team ( no cost), one free club membership for 2016 and a ( 18 x 24 ) sign at a hole of your choice. The Title Sponsor will be highlighted at the evening Dinner. There is only one title sponsor. This sponsor is


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Chesapeake Sports Club MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

RECOGNIZING OUTSTANDING HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES, SCHOLARSHIPS, LEGENDS OF HONOR, MONTHLY SPEAKERS, ANNUAL JAMBOREE

The Chesapeake Sports Club meets the second Monday of each month from 11:30 - 1:00. Check website for location, program and to make luncheon reservation. Annual dues are $100 PLEASE PRINT NAME:

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CITY:

STATE:

PHONE:

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MOBILE:

Played or coached: Baseball

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Other(s) Reasons for Joining:

I would like to be appointed to the following committee: Fund Raising Signature Date 3/26/2015

Golf

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Scholarship

CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB P.O. BOX 2422 CHESAPEAKE, VA 23327 www.chesapeakesportsclub.com


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Thank you for supporting the Chesapeake Sports Club and the worthy young athletes who benefit from our scholarship and student athletic programs. As proud members of the Chesapeake community, the sports club encourage and enjoy watching our young people excel. Like you, we are thrilled to play a role in making their dreams come true. We are proud to recognize those athletes, coaches and those in all sports whose dreams came true and became Legends off Honor. Thank you from the Officers and Board of Directors for another successful year. Chesapeake Sports Club P.O. Box 2422, Chesapeake, VA 23327

CHESAPEAKE FIRE DEPARTMENT Proud to support our The Chesapeake Fire Department is a progressive organization serving the 236,000 local scholastic citizens of the City of Chesapeake. From our 15 fire stations, we provide fire athletes protection, rescue, and emergency medical services for the 353 square miles of urban, suburban and rural areas within our city limits.


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CHESAPEAKE SPORTS CLUB

President’s

2011 BUDDY BAGLEY

2012 JOHN HENRY MARTIN

2013 DOUG SMITH

2014 LARRY ZOELLER

2015 LOU TAYON

2016 STEVE JOHNSON


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