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WYCLIFFE SPRING 2019

MAGAZINE

L ive life infull bloom


WYCLIFFE

Certified in Environmental Planning from the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for Golf Courses; Proudly recognized as America’s Healthiest Club; Honored as a BoardRoom Magazine Distinguished Club

SPRING 2019

MAGAZINE

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

CLUBHOUSE CONTACT INFORMATION

Quick Tech Tips

BY DR. STEVE TERAN

WhatsApp

Each year, many of us travel to places far away and it has become very expensive to use our cell phones when out of the country. There is an app that works on both iPhone and Android devices called WhatsApp, and it provides simple, secure and reliable messaging for free. WhatsApp allows you to receive and send messages, images, audio and video. I have personally used this app from the Sinai Dessert in Israel, to as recent as yesterday to receive a call from Buenos Aires. The best part? It’s so easy to use! For example, you may click on the phone icon to make a call locally or internationally for free. You may also click on the video icon for a video chat. On the bottom left of the screen, you may click on the plus sign to send a photo or the camera icon on the bottom right to take a live photo. WhatsApp makes it easier for people around the world to keep in touch. As always, questions can be sent to me at pcmacpc@gmail.com or docsteve@gmail.com.

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EDITOR IN CHIEF Leslie Jay-Gould

Susan Brenner Murray Palent Doug Lipman Arthur Spector Bob Guarino

President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Member at Large

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Leslie Gross Jerry Kahan Lee Kroll

John Mirenda Brian Mirson Alan Van Praag

MANAGING EDITORS Michelle Phillips • Taylor Griesen • Tina Barland

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS Susan Brenner • Lynn Christian • Donna Forte • Kam Kuchta • Rob Martin Callie Meyer • Steve Teran • Evelyn White DESIGN, LAYOUT & PRINTING EG Communications Group

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s p r i n g 2 0 1 9 c o ntents

It’s Spring!

Out with the old and in with the new!

I n ev e r y issue 2 Wycliffe 2.0 Tech Tips 8 Food Chef’s Corner 10 Tennis Pickleball - It’s Kind of a Big Dill 12 Spa Keep•Toss•Donate 14 Fitness Spring into Fitness

15 Golf Fashionable & Functional 16 Clubs in the Club 17 House Beautiful 22 Upcoming Season Events 23 Local Happenings 25 Where in the World is Wycliffe? 27 New Members

F E A T U R E S 6 Team Member PRO-file: Fritz Exeus 7 Behind the Scenes PRO-file: Luke Ferin 18 Kids’ Week Festivities 20 Season Events Recap 24 Word Search

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from the president

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What’s New at Wycliffe? What a great time to live at Wycliffe. From the inside and outside of our Clubhouse, we are beginning to see and enjoy our beautiful, reimagined spaces. New challenges available in the Fitness Center followed by relaxing moments in the lovely Spa and a delicious meal in one of our “new” dining areas - a perfect Wycliffe day. We have a new Board of Directors. Leslie Gross, Bob Guarino, Jerry Kahan, Lee Kroll, Doug Lipman, John Mirenda, Brian Mirson, Murray Palent, Art Spector, Alan Van Praag and I will be working together this year to govern the newly merged One Wycliffe and reach the goals established in our Strategic Plan. Along with a new Board, we have new committees opportunities for members to interact with our department heads and contribute to the operation of Wycliffe. We’ve added new activities to our already rich list. Think back just five years - we didn’t have pickleball, bocce, a fishing club, a thespian group, a Sunday walking club or an Israel Club and now we do. We are an evolving club - growing with the interests of our members and the creativity of our staff. As we grow, there are some things we don’t want to change, and at the top of that list is the friendly, caring Wycliffe membership. When we analyze our strengths at Wycliffe, our membership always comes out on top. And it’s true! We are an active, philanthropic group that supports each other in ups and downs. Now is the time that some of us will be returning to homes up north, traveling, or just enjoying the “quiet time” at Wycliffe. All good wishes for a healthy, happy summer.

Susan Brenner President

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from the general manager

AS THE SPRING SEASON BEGINS,

many things are “blossoming” around the property. We are unveiling the Fitness Center, Spa and Salon, along with Callie’s Bake Shop this month. The Men’s Card Room will then be refurbished to clear the way for the final phase of the renovation, which involves the Lobby Lounge and new Restaurant. Exciting times to come as we approach our fall completion. We hope you have enjoyed the communications and video updates surrounding the project. Our firm commitment to finishing the job on time and on budget is well within reach. Here are a few other happenings as we gear up for another successful summer. As our seasonal staff head north for the summer, we cannot thank them enough for their amazing service and we hope to see them again this fall. For those members who stay on campus all year, the Food & Beverage team is gearing up to roll out summer happenings, including the Thursday Trio Dinner, Duck for Two, Sushi Night and many other specials for you to enjoy. Events like Comedy Night and Seafood Fest will keep our members engaged throughout the summer. The short game area renovation on West 17 begins mid-April, enabling you to have a true chip and pitch area for sharpening your game. This project was delayed from last year due to permit requirements and has since been approved to move forward. This new amenity will be an added value for current and prospective members alike. Our target date to unveil this area is the end of August. In closing, I must say that I am thoroughly impressed with our team that has kept all services operational during this complex renovation. We are wrapping up one of our busiest seasons yet, even with part of our facilities being remodeled. New programming like the Steakhouse and Savor the Night dinners kept the membership engaged at a high level. All of this while not missing a beat in the operation with active Card Rooms, Restaurants and a vibrant energy surrounding the staff and membership. We are so excited to the see the fruits of our labor come to life with the project wrapping up later in the year. I look forward to seeing you around the Club.

Rob Martin General Manager/COO

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FEATURE

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Fritz Exeus, Fitness Specialist W: How long have you been working at Wycliffe Golf & Country Club? FE: I have been working at Wycliffe for eight and a half years and have truly enjoyed my time here. W: Explain your role at the club. FE: My focus is working with the members to keep them healthy, active and educated about the fitness industry. As a Fitness Specialist, I help members to improve strength, flexibility and assist them in returning to their lifestyle here at the Club. W: What was your first job? FE: My first job was a server at Steak – N – Shake. W: How would your friends describe you? FE: My friends would describe me as nice, determined, easy-going, driven and a sociable/people person. W: What was the last movie you went to see? FE: The last movie I went to see was Venom. W: What do you want to be when you grow up? FE: I am currently working on completing my Physical Therapy Assistant degree and then would like to receive my Doctorate. After completing my education, I would like to have a family – one child – travel and focus on working as an Entrepreneur. W: What’s your favorite sport and sports team? FE: Basketball and Miami Heat – even though they are not doing that great this season, I am still a fan! W: If you could interview someone famous, dead or alive, who would it be and why? FE: I would interview Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson because of his accomplishments throughout his life. To begin in football and move to the wrestling arena is just one component of what he has achieved. Today, he’s not only a well-known celebrity, but also a motivational speaker for people of all ages.

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W: What do you do in your spare time? FE: These days – study. I enjoy going to the gym and spending time with my friends, but I tend to be a homebody. W: Tell me something interesting about yourself that the members may not already know. FE: I am obsessed with Anime – animation from Japan. When I was younger and finished my homework, I was allowed to watch Digimon and Pokémon. Now there are Anime of cooking, learning how to play musical instruments and even a series with 25 episodes each season. Also, I am really interested in anything involving Greek mythology.


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W: How long have you been working at Wycliffe Golf & Country Club? LF: I have been working at Wycliffe since June of 2017. W: Explain your role at the club. LF: I am the East Course Superintedent and I maintain all of the turfgrass and grounds on the East Course and the Practice Facilities. W: What was your first job? LF: My first job was at a drycleaners when I was 14 in Minnesota. W: How would your friends describe you? LF: My friends would describe me as hardworking, direct and passionate.

W: What was the last movie you went to see? LF: The last movie that I went to see was A Quiet Place. W: What do you want to be when you grow up? LF: I hope to one day be a Director of Agronomy at a high-end private golf club.

Luke Ferin – East Course Superintendent

W: What’s your favorite sport and sports team? LF: My favorite sport is professional football and my favorite team is the Minnesota Vikings. W: If you could interview someone famous, dead or alive, who would it be and why? LF: I would have to say Tiger Woods. I am a die-hard Tiger fan and he is who got me into the game of golf and the golf course industry. W: What do you do in your spare time? LF: My favorite thing to do in my spare time is cook, especially grilling and smoking different kinds of meats. I also enjoy playing golf, going to concerts and sporting events, as well as watching sports and movies.

W: Tell me something interesting about yourself that the members may not already know. LF: I am originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota and before working at Wycliffe, I spent two and a half years at Augusta National Golf Club where I was lucky enough to meet my fiancée.

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chef ’s corner

By Callie Meyer, Pastry Chef

CRUST 2 cups graham cracker crumbs ¾ cups butter, melted 1 tbsp sugar Pinch of salt

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Melt butter in microwave. Mix with graham cracker crumbs, sugar and salt. Press into a 9” spring form pan all the way up to the sides. Set in the refrigerator for 10 minutes. Place chilled crust in oven for 10 minutes. Let cool for 15-20 minutes. CHEESECAKE 2 lbs cream cheese, softened 1 ¼ cup sugar 1 tbsp corn starch 4 eggs (room temperature) Zest of 1 lemon

1 cup sour cream 1/3 cup heavy cream Vanilla bean, split & scraped ½ tsp salt

Preheat oven to 300 degrees. In a standmixer with the paddle attachment, beat the softened cream cheese, sugar and cornstarch until smooth and there are no lumps. Scrape down often. Add the eggs one at a time, scraping after each addition. Mix the sour cream, heavy cream, lemon zest and vanilla bean. Pour into cooled graham shell. Wrap foil around the bottom and sides. Place in a roasting pan with water halfway up the sides. Bake for 80-90 minutes. Turn oven off and leave cheesecake in oven with door cracked for an hour. Carefully remove the cheesecake and let it cool completely. Refrigerate overnight. STRAWBERRY COMPOTE 1 lb strawberries, washed and cut into quarter pieces 2 tbsp sugar Splash of Grand Marnier Mix strawberry compote ingredients and set aside. Remove the cheesecake from spring form pan and place on a serving tray. Top with strawberry compote. 8

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Pickleball— it’s kind of a big dill. By Kam Kuchta, Director of Tennis

PICKLEBALL /ˈ PIK(Ə)LˌBÔL/ NOUN.

A SPORT THAT IS A LITTLE LIKE TENNIS, A BIT LIKE PING PONG AND OFFERS A MIX OF MODERATE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SOCIAL INTERACTION.

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THINK ABOUT IT – IT HAS A FUNNY NAME, YOU SERVE UNDERHAND AND HIT SOMETHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A WIFFLE BALL. Regardless of the humor, a majority of tennis players that try Pickleball get hooked. In fact, Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in America. The game can be dainty and slow, or it can be fierce and fast. Pickleball appeals to older adults due to its kindness to joints and bones. Unlike tennis, there’s not much running back and forth. Most players will play in doubles, so they can hit the ball within one to two steps. According to the Sports & Fitness Industry of America, reports show 43% of core players are 65 or older. A smaller court and slower balls make Pickleball a low-impact alternative to tennis. The court is short, about half the size of a tennis court and the net is hung low at 34 inches. It is played with wooden or graphite paddles and a light ball and there is a no volley zone called the kitchen. In Pickleball, strategy and finesse are more important than driving the ball hard. It is a game for all ages and skill levels as the rules are simple enough to be easily picked up after just a few games. Our members have been enjoying Pickleball for over a year and we couldn’t be more thrilled to now have an all-purpose court, which includes four Pickleball courts, a tennis hitting wall and a basketball hoop. Our programming for this sport will continue to grow with lessons, events and teams.

PICKLEBALL Don’t get overpowered. When playing pickleball, landing drop-shots in the kitchen area can dictate the pace K AM’S of the match. The more balls KORNER you land in the kitchen, the more you control the match. Join us on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10 am for open play. This is a time for you to learn and have fun! If you are interested in a more competitive game, feel free to set up your own game or play in USPA Pickleball tournaments. So, relax and enjoy the recreation!

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Serve it Up! TENNIS HOURS Tennis Pro Shop Effective May 1 Monday - Saturday 7 am - 1 pm Closed Sunday

TENNIS EVENTS Thursday, April 18: Complimentary Clinic Saturday, May 11: Mother’s Day Mixer Thursday, May 16: Complimentary Clinic

Saturday, May 25: Memorial Day Mixer Thursday, June 20: Complimentary Clinic Saturday, June 29: Independence Day Mixer

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By Donna Forte, Director of Spa & Fitness

From cleansers to serums, there seems to be a new skincare must-have launched every other week. So how do you tell which products can truly help your skin, which ones to throw away and which ones to give as a gift to your friends or family? This guide of skincare spring cleaning will help you recognize what to keep, toss or donate.

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Hydrating and Anti-Aging Serums If you are truly looking to minimize the appearance of pores, consider a serum with Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C or even small amounts of Retinol. Serums have a small molecular weight – meaning, they are formulated to reach the dermal layer of the skin. If the dermis is hydrated and full of nutrients, it will be easier for the epidermal layers to push out the impurities and keep skin looking fresh and healthy. Also, it will be less painful during the extraction phase of facials and will help remove deep congestion.

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Pore Strips Enlarged pores and congestion are common problems and may worsen with age – regardless of the skin type you had in your early ’30s. Many will turn to pore strips to remove the oils and impurities that build up over time instead of scheduling regular facial appointments. Pore strips remove surface skin cells – mostly oil and dead skin. Even if you see all those little dark spots on the strip, it is not removing the deeper congestion and could cause future blackheads. To effectively remove oils, blackheads and impurities, the skin must be prepared and softened. Also, dead skin cells must be exfoliated and cleansed away so that a clean palette is available to truly remove blackheads. Make-up Wipes Make-up wipes seem like an easy skincare shortcut, but they have some side effects for your skin. First, not all the make-up, dirt or debris that accumulates on the skin throughout the day is removed. Dragging the wipe across the skin can cause make-up to go right back into the pores – especially if the wipe is not rinsed properly.

Exfoliants To remove dead skin cells or brighten the appearance of skin easily, the process of exfoliation should be completed two to three times per week. Harsh scrubs made with shell extracts or salt are not best suited for the sensitive skin of the face. Instead, enzymes or circular beads (jojoba preferably) are great for all skin types and will leave skin soft and smooth.

Sheet Masks Sheet masks have been the latest trend for not only celebrities but also for our members! The masks are designed to be easy to use and to give you that takehome spa feel that you truly enjoy. Depending on the brand and the purpose of the mask, a sheet mask will never compare to a professional treatment mask that you receive during a facial. Sheet masks are perfect for a girls night or traveling pick me up but should not be used as part of your weekly routine. Blotting Sheets Oily skin types are tempted to use blotting sheets to control the oily feeling on the skin but in fact these tiny sheets are stripping away your natural oils. Production of oil is essential to healthy skin so whenever a product is used that strips the natural oils, the oil glands start producing more oil and it becomes a vicious cycle. Also, using the sheets on top of make-up can cause the residue to be pushed back into the pores and then blemishes will be popping up.

We go through this process with almost everything in life – clothes, toys, shoes, handbags and skincare. If your spring cleaning is on the calendar, add the products on your vanity or cabinets to the list and you will be surprised at what you decide to keep, toss or donate. To help with spring cleaning, members may bring in any expired products and receive 15% off new collections through May 31. W YC LI F F E M AGA ZI N E

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Spriinntog Fitness

WITH THE OPENING OF OUR NEW FACILITY

I want to educate you on some of the new additions that the Fitness Center is now offering.

Omnia 8 and Kinesis

New to our facility, the Omnia 8 creates a truly engaging functional environment and can be used at all fitness levels. Members can perform exercises that involve entire kinetic chains and main movement patterns. We now have the ability to offer small group training sessions so that families and friends can train together to achieve their fitness goals.

Kinesis training is also new to our facility, as it provides over 300 different exercises that allow natural movements with variable resistance, freedom of movement and maximum muscle activation. The Kinesis Stations are a blend of functional training movements with conventional strength equipment. Specifically, we have the Step Squat and Core Stations that complement our strength collection.

Reformers, Trapeze and CoreAlign

The Pilates Studio has new equipment including a Trapeze. The Allegro Reformer has an easy set foot bar that allows three levels of adjustments, along with a soft touch rope system. The Trapeze (or Cadillac) offers a slider system that allows repositioning to be efficient and continuous. It is wider and longer to accommodate all range of body types.

The CoreAlign is another new piece in the Pilates Studio that assists with rehabilitation, as well as daily fitness. Developed by a Physical Therapist, the CoreAlign provides integrated core training, upper/lower body strengthening and stretching exercises that works with all levels of fitness.

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Flexibility and Skill

The Stretch Studio has new tables, as well as equipment to assist in those looking to improve range of motion and flexibility. The anterior machine provides lengthening of the front of the legs, while the posterior machine enables lengthening of the back of the legs. The Skill Collection is new to our facility and includes the Skillrow and Skillmill. The Skillmill is a curved, non-motorized treadmill that follows your movement patterns – reducing weight on your joints. The Skillrow provides the unique sensation of rowing on water, ability to adjust for strength or endurance training and has fluid movements that follow your rhythm. Skillmill

Fit, Fit, F I T N E S S H O U R S Hooray!

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By Donna Forte Director of Spa & Fitness

Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 7:30 pm Saturday & Sunday 7 am - 5 pm


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Fashionable &Functional! By Evelyn White, Merchandise Manager

Attending different shows throughout the year allows me to research and find some of the hottest trends that are both fashionable and functional! Below are a few of my favorites for both the Men and Ladies’ lines: SLIMSATION This is a great casual line of ladies’ bottoms, including: capris, shorts and ankle pants. I had them send me a pair as a sample and I immediately fell in love! You can toss them in the washer and dryer and with a flexible tummy control panel that smooths and slims your tummy, they make you look a size smaller! The Golf Shop features these bottoms in solids and print and our ladies love them! LUCKY IN LOVE also has matching performance jersey short-sleeve and long-sleeve tops to complete any look.

The SLIMSATION line matches the Sport Haley line, which is also one of our top sellers.

LUCKY IN LOVE

As the name implies, our ladies are in love with these skorts and tops that come in unique colors, patterns and styles. Their styles feature laser-cut border skorts and scallop pleating – both on trend and on point!

LINKSOUL Linksoul is an innovative

company that believes how we spend our time is by far the most important aspect of living. Enjoying our lives lets us enjoy our work and vice versa. At Linksoul, it is no longer just about golf, it is about everything. Featuring fun and vibrant prints and fabrics that are all cotton blends at its finest—there is something for everyone! Want the entire family to dress like a Pro? The Golf Shop also carries ladies’ and kids UNDER ARMOUR products.

Pair one of LINKSOUL’S vibrant patterns with one of our many bright, solid colored options.

UNDER ARMOUR An oldie, but a goodie! Under Armour has a large presence in the Golf Shop, ranging from shirts, shorts, outer wear, belts and golf shoes. Under Armour is not only popular with all ages, but also with our Pros!

So, when you’re ready to do a little Spring cleaning this year, go out with the old and in with the new by stopping by the Golf Shop to check out some of these fashionable, yet functional trends for the Golf course—and your overall active Lifestyle here at Wycliffe!

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TeeTime GOLF HOURS Golf Pro Shop Effective May 1 7 am - 3 pm daily

GOLF EVENTS Sunday, April 28 9, 18 & Dine

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Clubs in the Club

Getting Involved Arts Council: If you used to take classes in art, have dabbled in painting on canvas (or paper), or just enjoy sketching scenes that inspire you and thought about meeting people with similar interests, then the Arts Council is for you. For more information, please contact Dr. Barry Freedman at (561) 791-6441. Bocce: A test of skill versus your luck. A traditional Italian street game and now a sport so popular among our members that each neighborhood has its own team! Play to win or at your leisure – the courts are fully lit, so you can play morning, noon or night. For more information, please contact Dr. Paul Brenner at drpaulbrenner@aol.com.

Fishing Buddies: Good things come to those that bait! This club is for those who enjoy fellowship and fun activities, while fishing the lakes, canals, rivers, intracoastal and ocean waters. Novice, intermediate or expert anglers, male or female, all are welcome to enjoy an annual calendar of fishing events. For more information, please contact Albert Burlando at (973) 723-6397 or aburlando@almetek.com. Israel Club: Gain a better understanding of the issues surrounding the State of Israel via speakers and film. For more information, please contact Helen and Bob Kaplan at bokaplan@ comcast.net or by calling (561) 439-4208. Photography Club: Membership is open to all Wycliffe members who love to take pictures and have a serious interest in the art and science of photography. For more information, please contact Alan Fabricant at (561) 319-7412 or alfabphoto@hotmail.com.

Book Review: Never judge a book by its movie! Have an interest in reading? Join the Book Club for a variety of genres and great discussion. The Book Club meets every month. For more information, please contact Roberta Cooper at (561) 434-5507.

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Stickball: A blast from the past! In stickball, a game similar to baseball, a player uses a long, thin stick and soft rubber ball. Players don’t run bases but have the opportunity to score a single double, triple or home run. Everyone is welcome on Stickball Blvd. – just minutes from our gate. For more information, please contact the Commish, Marty Ross at wycliffestiffs@ aol.com or the Director of Operations, Harry Klaff at hsklaff@gmail.com.

Wellington Wheelers: Are you a bike rider? If so, you might want to join members who ride every Sunday morning. They meet at 8 am at the North Gate and are generally back by 10:30 am. The average speed they ride is 14-15 miles per hour and they take a beautiful ride, often in the scenic horse country. For more information, please contact Jerry Stabler at (561) 459-5565. Wycliffe Walkers: Walk at your own pace around our beautiful Club then regroup for coffee, conversation and goodies. Get some healthy exercise, make new friends and socialize. Everyone is welcome! For more information, please contact Gloria Kramer at (561) 249-6010.


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House Beautiful

Spring 2019 Homeowners Stuart & Susan Friedman 4211 Imperial Isle Drive

After living on the north side of Wycliffe for 13 years, we were looking to downsize. We found a wonderful home in Imperial Isle and decided to renovate in order to make this home exactly as we wanted.

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We started by altering a wall between the kitchen and dining room and this allowed us to get a new spacious view. We completely gutted the kitchen, baths and floors and we couldn’t be more in love with the outcome! We hope to be able to enjoy many more years in our new Wycliffe home!

CALLING ALL HOME RENOVATORS Have you recently completed a major renovation in your home? Submit your before and after (high-resolution) photos to Taylor Griesen at t.griesen@wycliffecc.com for consideration in an upcoming issue.

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SEASON EVENTS RECAP

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Upcoming SEASON EVENTS Friday, April 12 & Saturday April 13

COMEDY SHOW with PHIL TAG Sunday, April 14

FOREIGN MOVIE NIGHT Tuesday, April 16 & Wednesday, April 17

TRIVIA NIGHT

Thursday, April 25

Monday, May 6

Monday, June 3

Friday, April 26

Sunday, May 12

Friday, June 14

Wednesday, May 15

Sunday, June 16

Sunday, May 19

Monday, June 17

LION KING AT THE KRAVIS CENTER WYCLIFFE AFTER DARK WITH JP SOARS Sunday, April 28

Friday, April 19 & Saturday, April 20

MOVIE NIGHT

Friday, April 19-Sunday, April 27

Thursday, May 2 & Friday, May 3

KIDS ACTIVITIES

SEAFOOD FEAST

Saturday, April 20

Sunday, May 5

SEDER DINNER

EASTER EGG HUNT

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FOREIGN MOVIE NIGHT Thursday, May 23

MOVEABLE FEAST IN JUPITER Saturday, May 25

MEMORIAL DAY DINNER DANCE

Sunday, April 21

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local happenings VILLAGE OF WELLINGTON

Free Concert Series Dance the night away with this year’s concert series! Enjoy an evening under the stars with great music. Each week another tribute style band takes the stage to entertain. The series is complimentary, but please bring your own seating! Every Saturday night in June @ 8 pm Wellington Amphitheater

CARS & COFFEE PALM BEACH Cars & Coffee Palm Beach is one of the world’s largest & most prestigious monthly auto events. All Makes, Models, & Vintages are welcome. The event is held one Sunday per month at Palm Beach Outlets from 8 am - 12 pm. You never know what you’ll see. There is something for everyone. May 5, June 9 Palm Beach Outlets

CLEMATIS BY NIGHT Enjoy concerts, food, drinks and fun! Clematis by Night is West Palm’s favorite Thursday night tradition for more than 20 years. During Clematis by Night, guests will enjoy live music, food and drink specials and the hottest local social scene, creating an unmatched seaside happy hour setting. Every Thursday, 6 - 9 pm West Palm Beach Waterfront BARRETT-JACKSON AUTO AUCTION Famous Auctions & Car Collections – BarrettJackson isn’t only about cars. Enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and live music while gearing up to view the highly coveted horsepower at an Opening Night Gala filled with exhibitors, entertainment and lots of shiny, beautiful chrome. April 11 – 13 Expo Center at the South Florida Fairgrounds

DELRAY AFFAIR Filled with entertainers, top-notch artists and exhibitors, the Delray Affair is a true affair to remember. Palm tree-lined vistas welcome you to South Florida’s oldest and largest outdoor festival. Stroll the sidewalk of Atlantic Avenue as art, music and food specialties open before you. April 12 – 14 Downtown Delray Beach

SUNFEST You’re in the tropics, so put a rum cocktail in your hand, feel a cool ocean breeze and party for four days with music on three stages and 50 bands in downtown West Palm Beach. May 2 – 5 Downtown West Palm Beach

Food Truck & Live Music Series Kick back, relax, and enjoy an array of foods and desserts with family and friends. Patrons and park-goers are welcome to bring picnic blankets and chairs to the Amphitheater grounds to enjoy their purchases. Live music begins at 6:30 pm weekly, showcasing a variety of music genres from local entertainers. Every Thursday night in June from 5 – 9:30 pm Wellington Amphitheater Movie Night Lights, camera, action! Enjoy an evening under the stars with a featured film every Friday night. Events are complimentary, but please bring your own seating! Every Friday night in June at 8:30 pm Wellington Amphitheater

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Jinx Silver, Marcia Fishman, Irene Loewengart, Bobbie Brown, Sheila Tenenblatt and Ruth Zalaznick on a New Year bridge cruise

Fayette Toren & Harvey Cohen in Thailand

Barbara Goodman with her granddaughter, Jessica Haft Rieger and her husband, Matthew Rieger at the The Ritz Carlton, Ft. Lauderdale Roy Siegel’s Bike Trip to Tuscon, Arizona

Happy & Sandy Wilans, Michael & Carol Molack and Monte & Noreen Sperling snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia Neil, Betty & Melissa Halpern at the Taj Mahal

Jerry & Amy Stabler aboard Royal Caribbean’s “Stabler of the Seas” Arlene & Allen Lebowitz, Debby & Gil Wolfenson, Carol & Larry Greener cruising the Caribbean aboard the Royal Princess W YC LI F F E M AGA ZI N E

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Robert & Zelda Glass, Burton & Shirley Harris and Roslyn & Richard Woolfe in Golan Heights, Israel Michael Landau and Ruth Lerner at the Disco Ball at the Breakers benefiting the Maltz Theater

celebrating Michele & Bob Silver with family in Israel their grandson’s Bar Mitzvah

Betty & Barry Leif celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas with their family

Nancy & Alan Mandell, Moe Banks, Betty Weber, Phyllis & Bob Fenster in Malaga, Spain on the Celebrity Reflection Cruise

Gerry & Ken Scholl with their children and grandchildren, celebrating their 50th Anniversary in Alaska

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Barbara and Marvin Dunoff, celebrating their 60th anniversary on a cruise to Europe


new members

WELCOME

New Wycliffe Equity Members

ANDOVER Ivan & Sheila Rothberg 10315 N Andover Coach Lane B2

CAMBRIDGE Normand & Lisa Frigon 4657 Carlton Golf Drive

Sherri McQuown 10220 Andover Coach Circle G1

Allan Alkes & Peiyu Du 4638 Carlton Golf Drive

BARCLAY Martin Usatch & Lorraine Freed 4433 Barclay Fair Way

Paul & Helene Gottlieb 4513 Carlton Golf Drive

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HUNTINGTON

David & Lisa Weinstein 4864 Exeter Estate Lane

Jeffery & Sue Morris 10810 Greenbriar Villa Drive

Robert & Shelley Brous 4626 Hazleton Lane

IMPERIAL ISLE Janice Cosby & Dean Adams 4258 Imperial Isle Drive

KENSINGTON Stephen & Carolyn Kass 4537 Kensington Park Way

Marilyn Kintzer 4561 Hazleton Lane

LAUREL ESTATES Alan (Photo not available) & Shelley Horowitz 4079 Laurel Estates Way

DOVER Scott & Robin Gilman 10174 Dover Carriage Lane (Photos not available)

MANCHESTER LAKES Allan & Helaine Alper 4155 Manchester Lake Drive

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$37 adults | $19 children Casual dress - presentable denim, shorts and golf shirts are permitted. Reservations open Friday, April 12 at 9:30 am and can be made on the Club's website or by calling 472.6522.

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Wycliffe Magazine - Spring 2019  

Wycliffe Magazine - Spring 2019