A NEWSLETTER BY THE CLUB, FOR OUR MEMBERS
NEWS & FEATURES MONTHLY CALENDAR
SPA & HEALTH
THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-CARE CBD 101 EVENT RECAP NEW YEAR, NEW YOU
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MEMBER MEMBER PHOTOS MEET YOUR NEW NEIGHBORS!
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TEAM TENNIS REPORT
ON COURSE OLD COURSE NEW COURSE
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GENERATIONS KIDS HOLIDAY EVENTS
ART BASEL AFMDA EVENT
TREE ORNAMENTS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE
January 2020 SUNDAY
WEDNESDAY 1 NEW YEARS DAY BRUNCH
2 KID'S HOLIDAY CAMP 3 KID'S HOLIDAY CAMP 4 OCWGA BISTRO DINNER
OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC
LIVE AT LYNN- NEW YORK OLD FRIEND
A LA CARTE DINNER WITH MUSIC HAPPY HOUR
5 NFL SUNDAY BASH
KIDS SALON PARTY
DINNER AT BUBBE'S
BURGERS & BREWS
7 NEW COURSE LADIES 8 NEW COURSE LADIES 9 OCWGA MEMBER GUEST
MAGIC HANDS KNITTING CLUB SCRABBLE CLUB WRITERS WORKSHOP
HBI BOOK CLUB
BOCA FRIENDS CARD PARTY
BISTRO DINNERMOVED TO LOUNGE & GRILL ROOM
HBI BOOK CLUB DUPLICATE BRIDGE
POOLSIDE CABARET TURNSTILES
CREST THEATRE RED HOT TUESDAY DINNER
12 MIXED DOUBLES SOCIAL
GUYS NIGHT OUT
NFL SUNDAY BASH
OC COUPLES MIXER
BURGERS & BREWS
19 TENNIS SINGLES
OC GOLF CLINIC NFL SUNDAY BASH
20 NC - 9 & DINE
15 NEW COURSE MEN'S MEMBER GUEST MAGIC HANDS KNITTING TUSCAN NIGHT CLUB LYNN LINCOLN CENTERSCRABBLE CLUB TODD MURRAY RED HOT TUESDAY BROWARD CENTER DINNER DISNEY'S ALADDIN DUPLICATE BRIDGE
MAGIC HANDS KNITTING CLUB
LECTURE- DAN HUDAK
BURGERS & BREWS
THEIR FIRST LADIES
KID'S MOVIE NIGHT WONDER PARK
11 1401 EAST
OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC A LA CARTE DINNER WITH MUSIC HAPPY HOUR KRAVIS CENTER - A BRONX TALE MEZZANINE
17 TENNIS SINGLES
18 TENNIS SINGLES
WOMEN'S CLUB LUNCHEON
LECTURE - BRANDT ROSS
A LA CARTE DINNER
TENNIS SINGLES CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
BLESSINGS IN A BACKPACK
23 OCWGA MIXER
OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC HAPPY HOUR
24 HAPPY HOUR
A LA CARTE DINNER
WINE TASTING SPANISH WINE
ANOTHER GREAT EVENING OF MUSICAL VIDEOS
OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC
SMOKIN HOT DINNER
10 PRESIDENTS AND
1401 EAST STEAKHOUSE DINNER LIVE AT LYNNGENTRI—THE GENTLEMEN TRIO
25 JUNIORS - LASER TAG
TENNIS DINNER DANCE
WHAT'S UP GROUP
RED HOT TUESDAY DINNER DUPLICATE BRIDGE
26 NEW COURSE 18 HOLE MIXER
CHICAGO CLUB A TASTE OF CHICAGO BUFFET
27 OCMGA CURRENT EVENTS BURGERS & BREWS GREAT LECTURES
28 BSWGA MAGIC HANDS KNITTING CLUB SCRABBLE CLUB BEAUTY BUZZ SKINCARE EVENT RED HOT TUESDAY DINNER
WOMEN'S CLUB TRIP - "CHICAGO" TUSCAN NIGHT WICK THEATRE EVITA
LYNN DIALOGUES SERIESCONGRESSWOMAN PAT SCHROEDER
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OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC A LA CARTE DINNER
HAPPY HOUR BOCA BLACK BOX RITA RUDNER
For mor e det ai l ed i nf or mat i on about Di ni ng Opt i ons, Dr ess Code, and Hour s of Oper at i on, pl ease see our Season di ni ng schedul e l ocat ed i n t he f l yer r acks and on our Br oken Sound App.
MAIN DINING ROOM OLD COURSE POOL BISTRO
THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-CARE The holidays have passed by like a blur and we are faced with the New Year ahead. Most of us want to be better, to do better, find some parts of ourselves, lose some parts of ourselves. At the end of the day though, it all comes down to one main question - “how can I be happier”? Most people have been on a plane and heard the safety instructions on what to do when the oxygen mask drops. You must put your mask on before you can assist others. The same goes for life. We must exercise self-care and find a way to be happy and healthy ourselves before we can be beneficial for anyone else. No matter how indulgent or fancy the term may sound, self-care is crucial for our physical, emotional and mental well-being. You shouldn’t neglect self-care and here's why: Know your worth: Self-care is important to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself as it produces positive feelings and boosts your confidence and self-esteem. Also, self-care is necessary to remind yourself and others that you and your needs are important too. A healthy work-life balance: Contrary to common belief, workaholism is not a virtue. Overwork can make you less productive, disorganized and emotionally depleted. It can also lead to all sorts of health problems, from anxiety and depression, to insomnia and heart diseases. Professional self-care habits like taking intermittent breaks, setting professional boundaries and avoiding overextending, ensures that you stay sharp, motivated and healthy. Stress management: While a little dose of stress is normal, constant stress and anxiety can have an adverse effect on your mental and physical health. Smart self-care habits like eating healthy, connecting with a loved one, or practicing meditation cuts down the toxic effects of stress by improving your mood and boosting your energy and confidence levels. Start living, stop existing: Life is a precious gift. So, why waste it when we have the choice to have a more meaningful existence? You have a lot of responsibilities, but it’s important to remember that taking care of yourself is also your responsibility. Little things like enjoying a bubble bath or reading a book are essential for your daily happiness. Taking up a new hobby or learning a new language can make your life more purposeful by giving you a new reason to get up in the morning. Better physical health: Self-care is not just about your mental health; It’s also about caring for your physical self by eating healthy, getting adequate sleep, caring about your hygiene and exercising regularly.
Here are ten small, simple self-care habits that anyone can get into:
1. Go for a walk, run or a light jog. 2. Meditate or do deep breathing for five minutes. 3. Take a break when you need it. 4. Choose who you spend time with. 5. Laugh heartily at least once a day. 6. Eat green daily. 7. Avoid emotional eating. 8. Start a journal. 9. Learn to say ‘No.’ 10. Stop overthinking. Lastly, don’t put it off for next weekend, next holiday or the zombie apocalypse. Start taking care of yourself today! It won’t take long before you begin to see the difference!
CBD 101 EVENT RECAP On December 4th, Chris Diaz, Co-Founder and CEO of Lacuna Botanicals, hosted an interactive presentation on CBD 101. A great group of about 25 members attended to learn about CBD and its benefits. CBD is very popular right now, so Chris helped us determine how to separate the quality products on the market from the flukes.We discussed the stages of CBD from plant to product and how to determine which terpene is best for your needs. We also discussed the new advances in medicine using CBD and the potential for its use in treating a multitude of ailments. Members were able to try the CBD products and the feedback was amazing. I think we can all agree that we are excited to see what future holds! **The Club is not affiliated with nor do they endorse Lacuna Botanicals or its products or take any position whatsoever as to the use and benefits of products. Purchase and use of products is at your own risk.
UPCOMING FOR JANUARY - ALL THINGS CBD Schedule a signature CBD Facial or Massage in the Month of January and receive a complimentary take home gift of .25oz CBD Infused Pain Relief Cream 1000mg Strength Moonstone Signature Organic CBD Facial Soothe irritation and address skin conditions with this anti-inflammatory, plant based treatment. CBD is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and essential fatty acids to promote the overall health and appearance of the skin. 60 Minutes $135 CBD Massage A full body deep tissue massage used with a cream infused with high potency CBD for an exceptionally soothing result. A truly blissful, one of a kind experience. 60 Minutes $135, 90 Minutes $170 Experience the Benefits of CBD Receive 15% off all CBD products during the month of January! Includes products from Lacuna Botanicals, Farmhouse Fresh and MASK Skincare. 5
LUNCH & LEARN
THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN ORTHOPEDIC SPORTS MEDICINE JANUARY 16, 2020 12:00-1:00 PM MEDIA ROOM Keeping an active lifestyle with joint pain can be challenging. In this lecture, learn about the latest advanced technology in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of knee, hip and shoulder joints. Dr. Saperstein is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine/ Arthroscopic Surgery and Total Joint Replacement Surgery. He is board certified in both orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. Dr. Saperstein is also the current chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Boca Raton Regional Hospital.
Please Sign up at the Rotunda or by calling 561-241-6840
NEW YEAR, NEW HEALTHY HABITS With the New Year upon us, one thing you can surely expect to see is overcrowded gyms as people work towards their New Year’s resolution of getting in shape and beginning a new fitness program. Come back a month later and you’ll likely see the crowds back to normal as a majority “fall off the wagon”. If this has been your experience in the past, here are a few tips to keep you on track in 2020. Start slow: If you have never exercised regularly in the past, don’t start by attempting to be in the gym every single day. This is a sure way to wear yourself down making it unlikely that you’ll continue with your goals. Instead start slow and work your way up. Start with 1-2 days for 20-30 minutes and build from there by adding more time to your workouts and days that you go to the gym. Set realistic goals: This a common mistake whenever someone is trying to commit to a healthier lifestyle. You may feel that you need to lose 20 pounds, but that doesn’t mean that your initial goal should be to shed all 20 pounds immediately. This unrealistic goal is sure to set you up for failure. Instead set smaller, more attainable goals. Tell yourself that you want to lose 3 pounds then once you hit that goal, set a new one until you reach your final goal. Just remember that progress is not attained overnight. Progress is NOT linear: This often happens with individuals who have made lifestyle changes and are making progress then all of a sudden they gain a pound, or two, or their progress stalls for a few weeks. This can lead to frustration and throwing in the towel. Instead, remember that progress, no matter what your goal, is not linear and there’s going to be peaks and valleys along the way. Every factor in your daily life can have an affect including stress, sleep, water intake, and sodium so stay focused and stick to your goals. You can’t ruin your progress in one day: One bad meal, or one bad day is not going to derail your entire progress. Always remember that you’re not going to gain fat in one day, or even one weekend, so if you find that you’ve slipped up one day, simply get back on track the following day. Any weight gain from day to day is simply water weight, which is always going to fluctuate.
& a e r u T o T Flagler museum & Breakers hotel tour & Tea
March 24th, 2020 $89 per personÂ
9 AM- 3 PM
Enjoy a tour of Whitehall and of The Breakers Hotel! An exploration of the hotel's history and the architectural precedents of its impressive public rooms including Henry Flagler's estate. Transportation included. Afternoon Tea served at The Breakers Hotel after the tour.
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MEET YOUR NEW NEIGHBORS!
Your newest neighbors here at the Club enjoyed their New Member Activities! Starting with a breakfast gathering for the gentlemen, Ladies Luncheon and lastly our annual New Member Cocktail Reception with the Membership Committee
TENNIS DINNER DANCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 2020 $75.00 PER PERSON DANCE TO THE BEAT OF DJ SAMA RESERVATIONS REQUIRED PLEASE CALL 561-241-6877 DINNER DRESS ATTIRE
7:00PM – COCKTAIL RECEPTION – VISTA LOUNGE AND PATIO 8:00PM – DINNER RECEPTION – MAIN DINING ROOM
BEVERAGES INCLUDED: FRESHLY BREWED REGULAR & DECAF COFFEE, ASSORTED HERBAL AND HOT TEAS, FOUNTAIN SODAS
CASH BAR- NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES INCLUDED IF IT IS NECESSARY TO CANCEL A RESERVATION, THE MEMBER MUST NOTIFY THE RESERVATIONS DESK 561-241-6877 AT LEAST TWO (2) FULL BUSINESS DAYS (48 HOURS) PRIOR TO THE RESERVATION. CANCELLATIONS LESS THAN TWO (2) FULL BUSINESS DAYS (48 HOURS) MEMBERS WILL BE CHARGED THE FULL FEE FOR THE EVENT. MEMBERS THAT FAIL TO CANCEL AN EVENT WILL BE *CHARGED IN FULL* NO EXCEPTIONS.
TEAM TENNIS REPORT Our Claymates and Gentlemen’s teams are wrapping up for the first part of the season and we are half way through the season for the South Palm Beach County Women’s Tennis Association league. The fall season has been competitive with an earlier than usual start to the season with warm temperatures being the norm during clinics and match days. Despite the grueling temperatures our teams have been very formidable and have represented The Broken Sound Club extremely well.
SOUTH PALM BEACH COUNTY WOMEN’S TENNIS ASSOCIATION HALF TIME REPORT: Our ladies tennis team will be entering the second half of the season in a strong position. The league has yielded some great results thus far. We look forward to improving upon our results as we progress through the season. The current ratings for our SPBCWTA teams are as follows: Division 2A has had some setbacks with multiple players being injured and on medical leave. With our new Captain, Mrs. Jamie Stockton and Co-captain, Mrs. Joyce Bloshinsky, the team spirit is high. Currently at 67 points, we are raring to go for 2020 and we embrace the opportunity to bring the team to new historic highs amidst very challenging competition. Go team RAD! Division 4 is finding itself in a very respectable sixth place within an extremely challenging field of 14 teams. Racking up 4 consecutive wins to rally at the end of the 2019 season, was exactly the momentum that we needed to move forward. The team roster is at capacity and the results show our depth in our weekly lineups. Captain Mrs. Ginny Kobren and Co-Captain Mrs. Marcy Levine have done a stellar job. Division 6 results have been spectacular also. Our top lines have been very strong delivering many hard fought points to the team. Currently we find ourselves in good position to exceed our result from last year. This team has a very strong bond, especially when it comes to interclub matches. Led by Captain Mrs. Caryn Harris and Co-Captain Mrs. Karen Goldsmith, the team unity is full of positive energy. 12
Division 7 is improving rapidly. This is a whole new experience for the entire team and the results are slowly beginning to show the progress. Should this team continue improving at this pace, watch out Division 6! This team is strong and positive with leadership by, Captain Mrs. Susan Williams and Co-Captain Mrs. Lynn Kelin. Claymates Queen I and Princess IV have had hard fought battles and finished in great final standing. We look forward to another trimester starting in early January. Captain Mrs. Rosalind Lerner-Klein (Queen I), and Captain Mrs. Deirdre Radler and Mrs. Arleen Dworkin (co-captain).
GENTLEMEN ROUND UP Our gentlemen leagues are done for the fall season. We competed in two leagues with four teams and the results were fantastic! Grand Slam Tennis League: Our US Open I team finished in first place and our captains, Mr. Bob Armon and Mr. Jay Swilky (co-captain) have done an incredible job with the team and the league. Our Miami Open II finished in third place with our captain Mr. Ted Gilbert and co-captain Mr. Frank Setren. These results speak for themselves! Palm Beach Open Tennis League: In our Tuesday team with Mr. Stan Schreiber (captain), our team finished in a strong second place and our Thursday team also under Mr. Stan Schreiber won its blue division. Congratulations!!!
We look forward to the rest of the season for the South Palm Beach County Womenâ€™s Tennis Association league and to a new season for the Claymates and Gentlemenâ€™s leagues. GO BROKEN SOUND!
SOUTH AFRICA SAFARI & GOLF TRIP
APRIL 2021 SOUTH AFRICA SAFARI & GOLF TRIP INFORMATIONAL MEETING Join us for South African wine and a presentation on our 2021 safari and golf trip to South Africa. Company owners Morne Coetzer, Carl Reinders, and Jaco du Preez will be your hosts. We will discuss in detail what to expect on this once in a lifetime experience. Date: Friday, January 31, 2020 Time: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Place: Media Room Please RSVP to Matt Newman email@example.com
GOLF HAPPENINGS- ALWAYS UNDER PAR UPCOMING JANUARY NEW COURSE EVENTS BSWGA Events
18 – Hole 1/7/20 – Guest Day 1/14/20 – Poker 1/21/20 – Electic Day 1 (Pick Your Partner) 1/28/20 – Electic Day 2 (Pick Your Partner) 9-Hole 1/21/20 – Scramble 1/28/20 – Fun Day
18 – Hole 1/15/20 – Guest Day 1/22/20 – ABCD Step-aside Scramble 1/29/20 – Par 3 “2 Best Balls of 4” 9 – Hole 1/8/20 – Step-Aside Scramble 1/15/20 - Step-Aside Scramble 1/22/20 - Step-Aside Scramble 1/29/20 - Step-Aside Scramble
New Course Ladies 9-Hole League Color Challenge Prior to their tee-times, the 9 -Hole league dressed in their Pinks and Blues and participated in some fun games in Chipping, Putting, and Horseshoes!
UPCOMING JANUARY OLD COURSE EVENTS OCMGA OCWGA January 6 January 9 January 12- OC Couples Mixer January 12 - OC Couples Mixer January 13- OCMGA Guy's Night Out January 16 January 19- OC Golf Clinic January 19- OC Golf Clinic January 20 January 23- OCWGA Mixer January 30 January 27 SAVE THE DATE XXIO Demo Day at the Old Course February 9, 2020 11:00am-4:00pm Sign Up Individually on FourTees to get fit for a new driver and have the chance to play 9 holes with the new XXIO 11 Driver!
Jeff Waber PGA along with members Bonnie Rappaport, Marianne Vishno, and Iris Lund The Ladies from the Old Course played great and thank you all for your support and participation in our Inaugural Pro-Lady. We paired up with a total field size of 80 players (max at Sailfish), to play a great team event. 2 scores on par 3’s and 1 score on par 4’s and 5’s.Broken Sound did well and finished 8th out of 40 teams. What a wonderful day it was!
This event is limited to the first 24 Men and 12 Women
KIDS MOVIE & GAME NIGHT FRIDAY, JANUARY 10TH
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST 2018
Ages 5 and up Drop off from 6:15 PM Pick up no later than 8:30 PM Complimentary Popcorn
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL ARNAUD DELANOE AT 241.6876
HOLIDAY FUN& KIDS EVENTS
There's always so much fun to be had at the club! Build a Bear, Holiday Sports Camp, Mad Science, Breakfast with Santa & Mrs. Claus, and more!
ART BASEL & MIAMI ART WEEK Members enjoyed a private tour with Susana Baker, founder of The Art Experience. After a delicious 3 course lunch at R House in Wynwood, they attended the VIP opening Reception of Art Miami at the new Miami Herald Plaza on the water.
AFMDA CASINO NIGHT
STAFF FROM AROUND THE WORLD This year we decorated the Broken Sound Christmas Tree with Ornaments representing the home countries of some of our staff!
Marcos Nabiรงa, Brazil
Sophie van Zoggel, Netherlands
Riccardo Nigro, Italy
Ellie Penrose, Ireland
Angel Hlatshwayo, South Africa
Stephanie Walcott, Jamaica
Marlo Inigo, Phillipines 21
Delcho Dimov, Bulgaria
A Newsletter by the Club, For the Members