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Table of Contents

Executive Committee President

Gary J. Beck

Vice President

John Thomas Standing

Secretary

Leslie R. Watson, Esq.

Treasurer

Robert M. Warren Jr.

Message from the President................................................................. 3 Up-to-Date from the General Manager.................................................. 3 Welcome New Members......................................................................... 4 Team Member Updates.......................................................................... 6 Contest News.......................................................................................... 8 Social and Dining................................................................................... 9

Board of Directors

Youth Activities....................................................................................... 30 From the Links by the Golf Pro Shop Team ........................................ 36

Robert H. Barton

Patrick L. Shuler

The Golden Rules................................................................................... 40

Thomas R. Edwards

Samuel E. Steingold

From the Greens by Matt Boyce........................................................... 42

Christopher J. Fanney

Kay Morgan Stockwell

From the Courts by John Fraser........................................................... 45

Troy A. Heselius

Jonathan L. Thornton

Thomas Hyman, Jr.

Stockton Tyler Watson

Elizabeth Allen Long

John W. Wilson, Jr.

Lifestyles & Fitness by Allen Bostian................................................... 50 Aquatics Update..................................................................................... 53 May - August Calendar........................................................................... 56

Frequently Used Numbers

Committee Chairpersons

Breakers............. 961-2884

Massage............. 536-5342

Clubhouse.......... 428-4141

Pool..................... 425-1117

Entertainment..................... Chris Fanney

Fax...................... 428-4423

Security.............. 287-4626

Fitness................ 440-3102

Tennis................. 428-7803

Finance................................ Bob Warren

Golf..................... 422-3360

Pat Shuler Fitness................................. Jon Thornton Golf...................................... Bob Barton Green................................... John Wilson

Operations Team Bob Benson................440-3114...................................Purchasing Director Allen Bostian...............440-3103......................................... Athletic Director

House.................................. Tom Hyman

Donna Bourgelas........440-3110................................................Membership and Communications Director

Long Range

Matt Boyce..................440-3119..................... Golf Course Superintendent

Strategic Planning.............. Jay Gorry

Nicole Bragan.............961-2884......................................Breakers Manager

Membership........................ Stock Watson

Lori Ciccone................440-3101................................... Director of Catering

Pool...................................... Liz Long

Rules.................................... Ran Randolph Jr. Tennis.................................. Sam Steingold Youth Involvement.............. Kay Stockwell Special Committees: Wine Committee................. Gray Randolph

& Special Events

John Fraser.................440-3117.......................................Director of Tennis Cathie Havrilesky.......440-3115....................................................Controller Mike Helms..................440-3104.........................Food & Beverage Director Michael Jacinto...........440-3112........................................... Executive Chef Denise Johnson..........440-3113......................................Human Resources

& Accounting Manager

Historical Preservation...... Sandra Baylor

Paul Michaelian

Membership I.D................... Susan Pender

Andrea Pettay.............440-3106........................... Administrative Assistant

Tradition.............................. Andy Dickinson

Willie Riddick..............440-3118..................... Head Maintenance Engineer

Building............................... Dippy Pender

Carolee Shank............440-3111...............................Website Administrator

Tim Stiffler

Jack Todd

......440-3109...............................PGA Golf Professional

& Graphic Designer

Bill Shonk....................440-3100........................................General Manager Brian Triolet................425-1117....................................... Aquatics Director


MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT By the time this letter arrives, winter should be a distant memory as thoughts turn to warm, dry weather and the myriad of activities available to us all at PACC. Undaunted by the harsh winter, the Building Committee and staff have worked tirelessly to complete the Breakers Boulevard project with a Grand Opening Celebration scheduled for May 10th to coincide with the opening of the pool. Other upcoming events include the Riedel Glass Class scheduled for May 15th and the Swim & Dive Team registrations planned for May 18th. By now, I am sure you have seen the Membership Sponsor Contest posters prominently displayed around the Club listing those members who have answered the call to support our new member initiatives and, in the

process, staked their claim to the grand prize. There’s also information found on page 8 of this newsletter. Many thanks to all who are participating! The tennis courts are groomed, the golf course is looking better every day and preparations are being made for all of the youth, tennis and golf activities that make your Club the place to be year after year! Hurray for spring and summer!

Gary J. Beck President

UP-TO-DATE Your Operations Team has focused significant energy these past few months evaluating our current Club Member communication methods as well as countless other avenues. Twelve devoted Team Members representing virtually every department and age demographic gelled together to perform a SWOT analysis and study. Led by Membership and Communications Director, Donna Reinhart-Bourgelas, we went through this process with the guiding principle to be true to our Motto of Personal Attention Consistently Captivating. Much of our discussion focused on how to remain “HIGH TOUCH” while maximizing technology opportunities in today’s “HIGH TECH” world. It was truly an enlightening experience for me personally as I learned about Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, Google+, Pinterest, Text Push Notification, and other Social Media communication avenues. I am not sure if I felt more ancient and out of touch or comforted when at one of the meetings Donna mentioned “the good ole US Postal Service Snail Mail” and a young Team Member responded, “What is that?” The point I am attempting to communicate is that our Team is truly committed to comprehensively connecting with the entire Princess Anne Family. We recognize that there are opportunities to improve every day, and look forward to enhancing and implementing other mediums. While we strategically integrate new methods of communication, this Princess Anne Living publication remains a core tool. This 60 page issue is jam-packed with opportunities to enjoy your Club and ideally brings to life the vibrant Princess Anne Family and happenings.

programming. A perfect example of this is our Youth Summer Camp. Several years ago these summer camps were restructured to ideally shift the emphasis from what some considered “classroom babysitting” to enthusiastic high-quality professional instruction from our certified Professionals within Summer Clinic programming. Our Youth Committee worked closely with our Professionals to synchronize the timing of instructional clinics so that youngsters could spend nearly the entire day at their Club and safely enjoy unique aquatic, fitness, tennis, golf, and other lifetime activities. While this has been very well received, there remained a void for many of our very youngest Members between the ages of 4 and 6. Based on feedback from the Ideas Exchange, the Youth Committee and Operations Team are pleased to announce the return of three week long summer camp sessions. Please look inside this issue for details of The Sports of All Sorts Summer Camp for girls and boys ages 4 to 6. Please be assured our Team will continue to vigilantly look for better ways to serve The Princess Anne Family and this goal is achieved through your valuable feedback and suggestions. As you have thoughts about any aspect of your Club, please do not hesitate to contact me via phone on my direct line (757) 440-3100 or e-mail wshonk@princessannecc.com. I very much look forward to seeing you at The Princess Anne this summer!

William S. Shonk, CCM, CCE General Manager

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS JIMMY & CHERYL JORDAN Primary Sponsor: Roy Alexander Raney, Jr. Jimmy was a PACC member for 28 years and it’s good to have him back! In fact, Jimmy’s grandfather, J.M. Jordan, Jr. was a Charter Member of the Club and he has many relatives who are current or past members. Jimmy is a life-long resident of Virginia Beach and he and his wife, Cheryl live in the North End. Jimmy has a passion for local history and is an author and lecturer. He is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and served in the Marines after college. Jimmy is now retired and looks forward to enjoying his retirement years traveling and pursuing other interests like wood carving. Cheryl has retired from a successful career with Willis Wayside and remains active in the Virginia Beach Garden and Women’s Association of Galilee Episcopal Church. Jimmy and Cheryl have three grown children and five grandchildren.

GARY & ALICE KOZIOL Primary Sponsor: Dr. William R. Dickinson, Jr. Gary and Alice have lived in the area for most of their adult lives. They have lived in Bay Colony for almost 12 years and are both active in the community. Gary is an engineer who after a 25 year career in the TV and VCR design division of General Electric began a second career with the U.S. Department of Defense. Gary rose to the top of his field in weapon design and operations for the Pentagon and in that capacity, helped keep us all safe. Gary’s wife, Alice is a career educator. Alice served as a classroom teacher and then a mathematics supervisor before working for the Virginia Department of Education and teaching at the graduate level. Before retiring, Alice worked in school administration serving as an Assistant Superintendent for instruction for several local school divisions. The Koziols have four adult children and four grandchildren.

BRYAN, NAN, TAYLOR & OWEN McDONALD Primary Sponsor: William K. Wright Pediatricians and natives of Virginia Beach, VA and Washington, DC, respectively, Bryan and Nan met each other in Los Angeles, CA, while completing their pediatric residency training at UCLA. They decided to settle down in Virginia Beach to start a family and open their own pediatrics practice, Beach Kids Pediatrics, PLLC. While this venture has been quite time consuming, they value their free time and love to swim, play tennis, and hang out at the beach with their two sons, Taylor and Owen. They are also members of Galilee Episcopal Church and Nan attends the Women’s Bible Study on a regular basis. Taylor and Owen attend preschool at Stratford Preschool.

AL, TORI, WIN & MEG MORDECAI Primary Sponsor: Anne T. Overman Al, the youngest of four boys, grew up in Bay Colony and graduated from First Colonial High School in 1986. He met his wife, Tori, in Social Dance class at Duke University. He received a Master’s Degree in Engineering from Virginia Tech and served five years at Naval Reactors, the United States Navy’s nuclear propulsion program. He then received his MBA from Harvard University and joined PRIMECAP Management Company, where he is a mutual fund portfolio manager. Al and Tori have been married nineteen years and have two children. Tori is an avid volunteer and is in the process of being certified as a Basi Pilates instructor. Win (16 years old) enjoys tennis, science fiction, debate, and computer programming. Meg (13 years old) plays guitar, enjoys arts and crafts, and is always engaged in a good book. The entire family likes hiking. They live in San Marino, California. Through years of regular visits back to Virginia Beach, where two of Al’s brothers and his mom, Peggy Mordecai (also a member) live, the entire family has grown to love Virginia Beach and all that it has to offer. They own a second home at the North End and have recently been taking stand-up paddle boarding lessons. 4

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS DAVE, SHANNAN, LEA & JACK POTERAN Primary Sponsor: Warren Matthew Harding Dave and Shannan and their two children, Leadon Elizabeth (Lea) and Jonathan Robert (Jack), moved back to Virginia Beach in September of 2012 from Maryland. Shannan and her brother, Matt Harding (who joined the Club in June 2012), grew up in the Little Neck area. Shannan attained her undergraduate degree from The College of William and Mary, holds her MBA from Cornell University, and is currently a strategy consultant with Accenture. Dave is originally from Albany, NY and graduated from Clarkson University. He works as a consultant for Kratos Defense and Security Solutions. The Poterans are now happily settled on 51st street and have become active members in the community. Their children attend Beach Day School. Lea, 4 ½ years old, is an avid swimmer and would like to be on the swim team. Jack, almost 2 years old, is ready for tennis lessons. Dave is looking forward to golfing and family time at the Club while Shannan is excited about swimming, using the gym and socializing with family and friends.

RICHARD, LAUREN, ISABELLE & RAND ROLLINS Primary Sponsor: John O. Wynne, Jr. Richard and Lauren were born and raised in Atlanta. They both graduated from Lovett School, after which Richard headed west to attend and graduate from Colorado College. Lauren went to the University of Georgia and majored in Early Childhood Education. The Rollins recently moved to the area to further Richard’s career with a pest control business. Lauren is a busy stay-at-home mom who loves to play tennis and Richard is an avid hunter and adventurer. Richard and Lauren have two children, Isabel (age 3) and Rand (10 months). They are also members of the Piedmont Driving Club in Atlanta. The entire family looks forward to making many more friends at The Princess Anne!

BOYD AND KELLI SCARBOROUGH Primary Sponsor: A. Russell Dunnington, MD Boyd and Kelli Scarborough are a newly-married couple with three grown children and 1.5 grandchildren. Boyd grew up in the north end of Virginia Beach. He attended Hampden Sydney College and then attained his law degree from the University of Virginia. He has practiced law for 40 years and is a member of the law firm of Griffin, Pappas & Scarborough in Portsmouth. Kelli attained her BA from the University of Northern Iowa and her Masters from George Washington University. She is an exceptional middle school teacher in the Virginia Beach School System who has lived in the area all of her adult life. Kelli and Boyd have grown up with or gotten to know many members of the PACC and look forward to meeting more. Neither Boyd nor Kelli play golf or tennis yet, but they are committed to better health and fitness, which makes the gym facility a perfect fit.

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TEAM MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

Lawrence Dozier Bobby Jones once said, “Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots but you have to play the ball where it lies.” Lawrence Dozier has seen it all; good breaks and bad breaks. Back in 1996, Lawrence’s life changed dramatically when he gave up his construction job laying pipe and started working at The Princess Anne. Bright and early every morning, Lawrence would catch a bus by the Union Mission in Norfolk at 4:45 AM. The trip to the beach was long and he wouldn’t arrive to his destination at 19th street until 6:25 AM. He walked the rest of the way down Pacific Avenue and clocked in at 6:45 AM sharp. Back then, Lawrence worked in the bag room and also caddied. He worked with Golf Professional, John Frankos, who encouraged Lawrence to save $50 per week. Coming from a troubled past, this philosophy was foreign, but Lawrence made it a point to “pay himself first” and eventually was able to open a $500 checking account and a $500 savings account. He’s rightfully proud of the fact that he hasn’t had a drop of alcohol in 27 years. Lawrence, who is now 68, started playing golf when he was about 11-years-old. His nickname was Blackfoot. In his younger days, Lawrence would sneak onto the course at Kempsville Greens. Later he shagged balls there. While he has taken very few formal lessons, Lawrence used to watch Foster Minnie teach and eventually got to work in the locker room at Kempsville Greens, replacing grips and putting spikes on shoes. He got his first set of clubs from Mike Bonavides, the pro at Bow Creek, in the early to mid-30s. Back then he was paid $100/week plus all the golf he wanted to play. As a caddy, Lawrence earned a base-rate of $2.00 per bag and sometimes got as much as $5.00, which was excellent back then. In those days Lawrence was able to play at Stumpy Lake, Ocean View and the Naval Base.

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Lawrence has been the Club Champion and Runner Up multiple times at Bow Creek and most recently won that Championship in 2009. He has had two hole-in-ones thus far and amazingly two double eagles. When pressed to talk about these remarkable accomplishments, Lawrence humbly remarked that his fondest memory was making an albatross on the 17th hole at Bow Creek. He chuckled and sheepishly confessed that the hole played down-wind that day. Those who have seen Lawrence play know he can move the ball both right to left and left to right. What’s his secret? With a twinkle in his eye, Lawrence recounted, “I like to go to the range before I play, and if the ball is moving left that day I will play a slight draw, and if it’s moving right, I’ll work a fade into my game.” His favorite players are Freddy Couples and the late Payne Stewart. Lawrence and his wife, Mary, have been married for 8 years and together for about 16 years. They have 6 children and 12 grandchildren combined. A fond memory for this couple, who are obviously still very much in love, is their cruise to the Bahamas in 2004. During his tenure as the Caddie Master at The Princess Anne, Lawrence has endeared himself to many members and team members. In 2001 and in 2011, he won the ‘Dependable Service Award.’ In 2002 and 2007 he won the ‘Whatever it Takes Award.’ In 2012 he won the Courage Award after he was diagnosed with stomach cancer. Not many sunsets have passed that Lawrence hasn’t been seen hard at work hand-picking balls on the range. Lawrence’s welcoming smile and warm greeting at the bag drop have always been charismatic, confident, energetic, and positive. He has a remarkable gift for exuding contagious happiness, regardless of his circumstances. Unfortunately, Lawrence hasn’t been able to work for a few months now and he is very much missed by everyone who knows him. Lawrence has had no choice but to once again play the ball where it lies, and he is still playing it like the champion that he is.

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NEW TEAM MEMBERS WELCOME TO THE CLUB

Nicole Bragan Nicole is our new Breakers Restaurant Manager. She recently relocated to the Virginia Beach area from Charlotte, NC. Nicole is a graduate of Michigan State University’s School of Hospitality Business and has been working in the hospitality industry every since. Her previous club experience includes managing the Main Dining Room at UNC Chapel Hill’s Alumni Club and managing both banquets and member dining at The Point Lake and Golf Club in Mooresville, NC. In her spare time, Nicole enjoys hiking with her German Shepherd, reading historical fiction and exploring local wineries and restaurants with her boyfriend.

Monica Au Monica is our new Breakers Assistant Restaurant Manager. She recently moved to the Virginia Beach area from Richmond. In college, Monica studied Accounting; however when she moved from Florida to Virginia, she started working part-time in the club industry and fell in love with it. For the past seven years, Monica has been working at The Hermitage Country Club in Richmond doing everything from managing poolside concession, banquets and the resturant. In her spare time, Monica enjoys cooking, walking in the park with her two dogs, and visiting local wineries with her husband.

S U M M E R D IN IN G HO U R S CHESAPEAKE ROOM Breakfast Brunch Lunch Dinner

Sunday Sunday Tuesday - Saturday Tuesday - Saturday

9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a. m. - 2:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

MEN’S LOUNGE Lunch (à la carte or buffet)

Tuesday - Sunday

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

LADIES’ LOUNGE Lunch (à la carte or buffet)

Tuesday - Friday

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday Daily

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

BREAKERS Breakfast Lunch/Dinner

PLEASE NOTE THAT RESERVATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED FOR BREAKERS OR THE LINKHORN LOUNGE

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Saluting our Stupendous New Member Sponsors James E. Brydges (1)

Matthew Harding (3)

Roy A. Raney Jr. (3)

Rev. Andrew D. Buchanan (1)

Mary W. Haycox (1)

Chip Simkins, Jr. (1)

Clarke Crenshaw (1)

Brian Horan (1)

Timothy J. Stiffler (1)

Dr. W. Andrew Dickinson (3)

Ben Huger (1)

Margaret R. Williamson (1)

Russ Dunnington (3)

Pete O. Kotarides (1)

William K. Wright (3)

Michael R. Gomez (1)

Wrenn Landers Sr. (1)

John O. Wynne (3)

William J. Grant (1)

Adam Newman (1)

Deane P. Zimmerman (1)

Taylor Grant (1)

Anne T. Overman (3)

SPONSORS ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN: 1st Prize $10,000 Vacation to a Destination of Choice in 2015

2nd Prize

3rd Prize

Free Dues for 3 Months

Dinner & Drinks for 4 at PACC

WINNERS WILL BE SELECTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING GOOD LUCK! 8

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Family Meal Deal in the Chesapeake Room Tuesday Nights Complimentary Kid’s Meal with Every Adult EntrÊe Purchased

1/2 off Bottles of Wine* in the Chesapeake Room & Linkhorn Lounge

*Only valid for bottles under $100 Not valid on house wine & wine to go

Thursdays in the Linkhorn Lounge

Specialty Martinis $6.00

Live Piano Music by the soon to be famous, Tarin Breaux, our Linkhorn Lounge Bartender

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$25.95 Prime Rib Tossed Salad Twice Baked Potato Creamed Spinach Popovers

Saturdays in the Chesapeake Room

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in the Chesapeake Room Breakfast 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Brunch 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Adults: $12.95++ Children 3-12 years: $7.95++ featuring our made-to-order omelet station, an array of salads, and a variety of delectable entrées.

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RESERVATION KEY Make Reservations on-line at www.princessannecc.com (view event on the club calendar) Make Reservations with the Front Desk Receptionist at (757) 428-4141

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No Reservations Required

A Lunch Menu is also available at 11:00 a.m.

LADIES’ BUNCO Beginners Welcome! Every Third Tuesday of the Month 6:30 p.m. May 20th • June 17th • July 15th • August 19th

Make Reservations at www.Foretees.com

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Club Cancellation policy in effect (Cancellations within 24 hours or no shows will be charged half-price.)

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Pool Happenings:

Breakers Boulevard Schedule:

On the Sport Court:

Pool Open! 11:00 – 6:00 p.m. (Weekends only thru Memorial Day)

Live Entertainment 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. featuring Dr. Bob & The Burning Desires, The Inbreds, DogJaw, & Hump Day

Beachball Volleyball 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Mother’s Day Gift Making 11:00 – 3:00 p.m. Corn Hole & Ping Pong 11:00 – 2:30 p.m.

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Complimentary Beer, Wine, Hors D’oeuvres 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. Ribbon Cutting and Fire Pit Inaugural Lighting 4:30 p.m.

Pickleball for Adults 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Breakers Restaurant Hours: Breakfast 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. Lunch/Dinner 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

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UNSURE ABOUT THE DRESS CODE WHEN COMING TO THE CLUB? PLEASE READ ON…… 1.

Clubhouse General: Attire considered appropriate for a country club of the caliber of the Princess Anne is expected of all members and their guests. Gentlemen should remove their hats upon entering the clubhouse, and appropriate shirts should be tucked in. The Board of Directors shall have the authority to modify dress code requirements for special events. More specific information is as follows: i) Upper-Level West-Side (Linkhorn Lounge, Chesapeake Room & Porch, Prince Charles Room, Virginia Ballroom): Casual attire is acceptable including the following: Neat tailored jeans of any color; clean athletic attire including golf and tennis shorts, shirts, skirts/skorts and warm-ups; shirts with collars, mock turtlenecks; V-neck and crew sport shirts; men’s and ladies open-toed sandals. Jackets are optional. T-shirts of all varieties and flip flops are not permitted.

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Private Events: The attire for any private function will be established by the host and approved by a member of the Club Management Team.

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Breakers and South Patio: Clean athletic attire acceptable in the Club’s athletic venues; neat, tailored jeans of any color; and shorts (including Soffe shorts) are appropriate. Shirt and shoes are required. Only dry bathing suits are acceptable. Ladies are required to wear a cover-up over entire bathing suit. Towels are not acceptable as cover-ups.

ii) Upper-Level East-Side (Princess Anne Room and Founders Room): Jackets are required and neckties encouraged. Jeans are considered inappropriate. Young men are not required to wear jackets, but should be dressed neatly in trousers and shirts with collars. Young ladies are encouraged to wear slacks, skirts, and/or dresses. iii) Lower Level (Men’s & Ladies Lounges): Casual attire is acceptable including the following: Neat tailored jeans of any color; golf, tennis and workout attire; open-toed sandals. Bathing suits and cut-off shorts are inappropriate. Gentlemen, please remove your hats. 12

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SEARING & STAINLESS STEEL COOKING CLASS featuring PACC Executive Chef, Michael Jacinto

Thursday, May 8th 6:30 p.m.

$35++

Price includes recipes, food sampling and wine pairings (Wine Society Members receive 10% off the price of the class)

ATTENDEES WILL:

Sample a tapas portion of each course served with nicely paired wine. Learn proper cooking techniques as Chef Michael instructs. Expand their culinary repertoire to surely delight family and friends. Receive a binder filled with featured recipes that can be expanded monthly. (Those who attended previously RL 14

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Brunch

Dinner

9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

$29.95++ Adults $13.95++ 11 & Under Free - Children Under 3

Tender Shrimp Risotto

Tender Seared Prawns served with Roasted Corn, Tomatoes and English Peas in a White Wine Base Risotto $23

Salad Bar Fresh Fruit featuring Berries and Sweet Cream

Seared Halibut

Seafood Station with Smoked Salmon, Marinated Mussels, Herbed Shrimp Salad, Oysters on the Half Shell

Halibut is Seared and topped with a Fresh Strawberry Salsa, with Fresh Watercress and served over Aromatic Jasmine Rice $25

Omelet Station with a variety of toppings including Kale, Avocado, Sweet Potatoes, Goat Cheese, Feta, Spinach, Sausage

Salmon En Croûte

French Toast Station

Wild Caught Salmon Wrapped in Puff Pastry and served over Creamed Spinach $24

Bacon and House-made Sausage Patties Traditional Eggs Benedict

Duck Duet

Chesapeake Bay Benedict - Roasted Potato, Crabmeat, Asparagus, Bearnaise Sauce

Seared Duck Breast served with a Raspberry Sauce and slow-braised Duck Confit; served over Mashed Potatoes and Grilled Asparagus $25

Coq au Vin – Slow Cooked Chicken Breast with Mushrooms in a rich Burgundy Sauce Carved Ham New York Strip

Lamb Rack

Baked Salmon Rockefeller over Roasted Herb Potatoes

Roasted Lamb Rack with Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Tri-Colored Carrots and Mint Balsamic Demi-Glaze $27

Spring Mixed Vegetables Mashed Potatoes Martine’s Array of Desserts

A house salad accompanies all entrées Dessert is à la carte

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Glass

Class Special Guest: Doug Cohn Riedel National Sales Manager from Hartford Connecticut

Thursday, May 15th 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

$60 per person (Wine Society Members receive 10% off the price of the class) Price includes: 3 Riedel Crystal Glasses (retail price $103) Tasting of Wine from Roanoke Valley Wine Company According to wine critic, Robert M. Parker Jr. of THE WINE ADVOCATE: “The finest glasses for both technical and hedonistic purposes are those made by RIEDEL. The effect of these glasses on fine wine is profound. I cannot emphasize enough what a difference they make.” About RIEDEL CRYSTAL: • Established in 1756, Riedel has been producing glass in the heart of Europe for over 250 years and for eleven generations.

• In the late 1950’s, Claus J. Riedel was the first person in history to introduce and develop wine-friendly stemware.

• Still family-owned and operated by Georg J. Riedel (10th generation) and Maximilian J. Riedel (11th generation).

• Wine-friendly stemware translates and delivers the bouquet, taste, balance and finish of a wine to the senses.

• RIEDEL is recognized worldwide for designing and producing the highest quality glasses and decanters for the enjoyment of wine and spirits.

• Based on this principal, Riedel introduced the concept of grape-specific glassware.

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Daytime Speaker Series

Sir Moses Ezekiel, VMI 1866 Dr. Harsaw and Tricia Rawls, past president of the Garden Board and the most recent Norfolk “First Citizen” standing next to Michelangelo

His Extraordinary Life and Botanical Garden Legacy

Thursday, May 22nd

Coffee - 10:00 a.m. ; Presentation - 10:30 a.m.

FREE About Sir Moses Ezekiel:

About our Speaker:

Born in Richmond in 1844, Sir Moses Ezekiel enrolled at VMI in 1862. He fought at the Battle of New Market, where his roommate, Thomas Garland Jefferson, a descendent of Thomas Jefferson, was wounded. Two days after the battle, Jefferson died in Ezekiel’s arms. After the war, none other than Gen. Robert E. Lee encouraged the talented VMI graduate to pursue art. Ezekiel went on to become an internationally acclaimed sculptor. Eleven of his statues currently reside in the Norfolk Botanical Garden’s Statuary Vista, a unique outdoor sculpture gallery set in a 400-foot long double border garden featuring seven-foot tall statues carved from Cararra marble. Attend this presentation by Dr. Harshaw to learn more about the intriguing life of the artist and the fascinating history behind these lovely statues.

Born in Portsmouth, Virginia Dr. Harshaw attended VMI, graduating with honors in 1958. He then entered the University of Virginia School of Medicine, graduating in 1962. The next nine years were in the Army Medical Corps, five of which were spent at Walter Reed General Hospital where he completed residency and fellowship training in Vascular Radiology. In 1968, as Radiology Chief at The Army’s Madigan General Hospital, he led the development of the first cardiac catheter lab in the Army’s seven teaching hospitals.

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In 1971, he left the army and entered private practice in Fairfax. During his 35 years on the staff of Virginia’s largest Hospital, Inova Fairfax, he developed and chaired the Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, which played a leading role nationally in the developement of trans-catheter angioplasty and stenting. Now retired, Dr. Harshaw, with the help of a Norfolk Botanical Gardens Committee chaired by former Board President, Tricia Rawls, has launched a crusade to restore Ezekiel’s deteriorating statues.

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MEMORIAL DAY

Celebration Monday, May 26th

Adults $13.95++

Kids 11 & Under $6.95++

Food - 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Party - 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. Kid’s Games & Activities Poolside Music by Astro DJ

Grill-out & Buffet Grilled Burgers

Roasted Tomato Pasta Salad

Nathan’s Hot Dogs

Deviled Eggs

Grilled Steak Sandwiches

Tossed Salads

Chicken Kabobs

House-made Chips

Slow-Cooked BBQ Ribs

Dessert Display

House-made Potato Salad

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Liana Jones & Dave Waltrip combine rock, soul, fold and dance from the 60’s to today.

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Karl’s music has the dynamics, spirit, & intensity needed to interest, your hand & your breath

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Saturday, June 14th

Bayou Bash with

Tidewater Drive Band 7:00 - 11:00 p.m.

$45++ includes beer and house wine (No Charge for Men’s Member-Guest Participants and their Guest)

~ MENU ~ PASSED Blackened Crawdad Cakes with a Creamy Creole Sauce Tempura Alligator with Grilled Pineapple and Sriracha Sauce SALAD Bayou-inspired Salad Bar

ACTION STATIONS Seasoned Sautéed Shrimp with Roasted Corn and Peas over Stone-ground Southern Grits, with Fried Green Tomatoes Parmesan-Crusted Flounder over Dirty Rice and a Cajun Remoulade Carved New York Strip with Andouille Sausage Jambalaya and Herb Sauce

DESSERTS Martine’s Array of Desserts No à la carte dining available this evening

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Father’s Day Brunch

Sunday, June 15th 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Adults $20.95++

Kid’s 12 & Under $9.95

Carved Ham and New York Strip

Seafood Display

Flounder with Spinach and Lobster Sauce

Cinnamon Apples

Chicken Picatta

Omelet Station

Spring Vegetables

French Toast with Roasted Peaches

Fingerling Potatoes

Traditional Eggs Benedict

Applewood Smoked Bacon and Sausage

Asparagus Eggs Benedict

Chef’s Frittata

Assorted Breakfast Pastries

Fresh Fruit

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Croquet Party!

SOCIAL & DINING

2nd Annual PACC Ladies’

Saturday, June 21st

5:00 p.m. Complimentary Open Bar and Hors D’oeuvres on the Lower Terrace 5:45 p.m. Travel by cart to course where croquet begins.

Dress

Your best Summer Whites & a “Mah-velous” Hat Please, no heels on the tee box. Flats, wedges, and bare feet welcome!

Format

Nine-Wicket Backyard Croquet Rules No prior experience needed #1 Rule: Have Fun!

$35 ++ Member-signed Bar Gentlemen are encouraged to join the Ladies upon their return to the West Lawn at 8:00 p.m. for awards, additional refreshments and entertainment

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Free Wine Society Members

$25 Non-Wine Sociey Members

Discover America’s emerging Pacific Northwest Wines, as we journey through Washington’s and Oregon’s most acclaimed wine regions with a little vino to sip on the way!

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A Tour of Tuscany Italian Wine Class

with Jim Hutton featuring wines from Roanoke Valley Wine Company.

$25

Thursday, August 21st 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

(Wine Society Members receive 10% off the price of the class)

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Lobster Night & Dancing Friday, June 27th Dinner service begins at 6:00 p.m. with The HM Johnson Band

Friday, August 22nd Dinner service begins at 6:00 p.m. with Frank Sings Frank

Whole Maine Lobster

Steamed and served with drawn butter, steamed vegetables and buttered fingerling potatoes MARKET PRICE

Surf & Turf

Filet Mignon (6 oz.) served with a steamed lobster tail (6 oz.), twice-baked potato and sautéed spinach MARKET PRICE Both entrées include house salad FULL À LA CARTE MENU ALSO AVAILABLE

entertainment by Ken McNeill Duo West Lawn Friday, June 27th 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. $30++ per couple Member-signed bar Grill-out Buffet

Couples Croquet

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Tennis

MEMBER GUEST Saturday, June 28th

FREE Member-Guest Participants

Party

Entertainment by Scott Slay and the Rail 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.

$45++ Non-Member Guest Participants includes beer & wine Location: Breakers Boulevard or Men’s Lounge (weather-dependent)

An eclectic mix of music including folk, Americana,bluegrass, classic rock (Tom Petty type style) variety, including John Mayer

~ MENU ~ PASSED HORS D’OEUVRES Flatbread Pizzas

SALADS Julienne Romaine, Slivered Almonds, Parmesan Crumbles, with Bleu Cheese Dressing Mixed Green Salad with Mandarin Oranges and Spicy Peanuts with Strawberry Vinaigrette

GENERAL TSO’S STATION Tender Chicken in General Tso’s Sauce Stir-Fry Broccoli Jasmine Rice

CLAMS & MUSSELS STATION Fresh Little Neck Clams and Mussels Sautéed in a White Wine Sauce with Garlic, Roma Tomatoes, Fresh Oregano

Napa Cabbage Lumpia

PRAWNS À LA PASTA STATION Large Prawns are Seared and Tossed with Fresh Spinach and Oven Roasted Plum Tomatoes finished with a Lemon Aioli and Balsamic Drizzle

DESSERT STATION Warm Berry Cobbler Finger Desserts Finger Shakes

Grilled Bread with Basil Flavored Olive Oil

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July 4th Celebration Pool Opens 11:00 a.m. Flagpole Rededication 2:00 p.m. Junior Golf Exhibition 2:15 p.m.

MENU Adults - $15.95++

The Tradition Golf Tournament 3:00 p.m. Cookout 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Music Provided by Astro DJs

Clubhouse closed for à la carte dining this evening

11 & Under - $7.95++ 3 & Under - No Charge

Spring Salad Caesar Salad Hamburgers & Hot Dogs Hand-Pulled BBQ Coleslaw Marinated Thyme Pork Chops Fried Chicken Hush Puppies Corn on the Cobb Watermelon Soft Serve Ice Cream Martine’s Dessert Display

The City of Virginia Beach Fireworks Display will be just a short walk away

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Saturday, July 26th

The

Tour De France Wine Dinner with Alex Carr and Wines from Robins Cellars

$75++ Reception 6:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Dinner Served Promptly 6:30 p.m.

~ MENU ~ Iceberg Wedge Cobb Salad with oven-roasted Plum Tomatoes, fried Roquefort Cheese Stick, Beet Pickled Eggs, Bacon Dust, and Pepper-dusted Parmesan Calamari Chesapeake Crab-stuffed Filet Mignon topped with a Creamy New England Lobster Sauce, served with a Cave-aged Cheddar and Ramps, Twice-baked Potato and Haricot Vert Bundle Watermelon and Meyer Lemon Sorbet Strawberry Shortcake Fresh Strawberry and Grand Marnier Compote served on a Sweet Potato Biscuit with Lavender Whipped Cream Due to the nature of this event, meal substitutions cannot be accomodated.

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THE PRINCESS ANNE COUNTRY CLUB WEBSITE FEATURES Visit Us at www.PrincessAnneCC.com

a a a a a a a

CURRENT MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY (with phone & e-mail contact info.) PERSONALIZE YOUR PROFILE WITH A PHOTO UP-TO DATE RULES & REGULATIONS, MENUS, HOURS, ETC. ON-LINE BILL PAY REGISTER FOR EVENTS THROUGH THE CLUB CALENDAR VIEW PHOTO GALLERIES BOOK A TEE TIME

Please refer to this powerful information source often! Need help? Contact Carolee Shank @ 440-3111 or cshank @princessannecc.com

To add the PACC Quick Link Icon to your tablet or smart phone: 1. Open up a browser (Explorer, Safari, Mozilla, etc.) and go to the website (www.princessannecc.com) 2. Click on the icon that looks like a box with an arrow pointing up out of it 3. Click on the “add to Home Screen” button 4. Give the icon a name 5. Click ‘add’

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• Featured Specials with Photos • The Latest News • Event Notifications • Much More!

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LABOR DAY Sunday, August 31st

Grill-Out Buffet Begins at 5:00 p.m. Adults - $15.95++ Kids 11 & Under - $7.95++ 3 & Under - Free

MENU

SCHEDULE 4:00 - 7:30 p.m. Air Jumper, Sno-Kones, Cotton Candy Poolside 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Balloon Artist Poolside 5:00 - 8:00 p.m DJ

Grilled Burgers

Tortellini Pasta Salad

Nathan’s Hot Dogs

House-made Potato Salad

Italian Sausage Sandwich with Onions & Peppers

Tossed Salad

Surf & Turf Kabobs Chicken & Shrimp Pork BBQ

House-made Chips Assorted Labor Day Desserts

Reserved seating is available for groups of 10 or more.

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YOUTH ACTIVITIES

Mother’s Day Gift Making Saturday, May 10th 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Father’s Day Gift Making Saturday, June 14th 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

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Tuesday, June 24th @ 4:30 p.m. at the Pool

Thursday, July 17th 5:30 p.m. (Rain or Shine)

FREE ADMISSION Join ROB WESTCOTT, an award-winning entertainer with 30 years of experience, for an amazing and entertaining evening of comedy, magic and puppetry.

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EVERYONE IS A WINNER IN THIS FUN TRIATHLON!

Thursday, June 26th

Register by June 22nd. Forms will be available at the pool and front desk.

Registration Fee - $15 All participants Receive a Race T-shirt

Grill-out Buffet

$12.95++ adults; $6.95++ kids 11- and-under Burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, macaroni salad, fried chicken, salad bar & ice cream

Sprint

Olympic

Half Ironman

(recommended for ages 5 & 6)

(recommended for ages 8 & under)

(recommended for ages 12 & under)

Swim - 50 Meters Bike - 1/2 Mile Run - 1/2 Mile

Swim - 100 Meters Bike - 1 Mile Run - 1/2 Mile

Swim - 150 Meters Bike - 1 1/2 Miles Run - 1 Mile

Ironman

(recommended for ages 18 & under)

Swim - 300 Meters Bike - 2 Miles Run - 1.5 Miles

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The Artsy Crafty WOW Camp!

Ocean Explorers Camp

July 7 -11 Ages: Rising K - 5th Graders 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

August 11-15 Ages: Rising K - 5th Graders 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Make It and Take It! Let’s get crafty! Join us for this DIY (Do It Yourself) Craft Camp where students explore cool, interesting crafts from around the world, develop new craft skills and get creative juices flowing! Each day is jam-packed with FUN activities like bowl making, weaving, and nature-inspired crafts. This make-it and take-it camp is a big “WOW” in the world of crafts

Campers will explore the world’s oceans through art, using watercolors, paints, modeling compounds and more to render their own original creations depicting coral reefs, giant squid, dolphins, emerald waters and more.

Register through Abrakadoodle @www.abrakadoodle.com/va05

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YOUTH ACTIVITIES

Poolside Scavenger Hunt & Movie 5++ Kids .9 7 $ s lt u d A + + 5 .9 2 $1 Poolside Taco Bar POOLSIDE SCAVENGER HUNT AND DIVE IN MOVIE ATAvailable DUSCK

Thursday, July 24th Scavenger Hunt 6:00 p.m. Dive in Movie Dusk

Dive-In Movies Thursday, July 24th Thursday, August 21st Titles T.B.A. Poolside!

BRING YOUR FLOATS!

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$150/child/week (lunch included)

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SUMMER CAMP for Girls & Boys Ages 4 - 6

This Camp is designed to be a learning and entertaining experience for children ages 4 – 6. Athletes will have a blast learning the FUN-damentals of multiple sports in a non-competitive environment. Activities will include golf, tennis, swimming, sport court games, indoor/outdoor crafts and more! Kids’ abounding energy will be channeled in a positive direction as they learn new skills! Athletes who are four years-of-age and older when their exhilarating camp session begins can participate. Registration forms will be available on-line and at the front desk beginning May 15th. Completed forms and deposits should be returned to our Front Desk Receptionist in order to reserve a place for your child(ren). All deposits will be applied to the remaining balance. Please don’t delay. Space is limited!

June 23rd - 27th 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Please sign-up in the Tennis Pro Shop (757) 428-7803

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July 21st - 25th 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

July 28th - August 1st 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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Club Fitting Fridays Looking for the newest and hottest driver on the market? Is it time to upgrade your irons? Not sure if you’re playing with the correct shafts in your current clubs? We can help! Join your Princess Anne Golf Professional Team on the lesson tee once each month for complimentary Club Fitting Fridays. Fittings will be done on a first come, first serve basis from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. Your trained golf professionals will use the newest golf technology (V1Software, Apple IPad video, and the Vector Pro Lunch Monitor) to determine which golf clubs or shafts are the best for you. Let us help make your golfing experience a little more enjoyable by getting you in the right equipment!!!

Friday, May 9th

Friday, June 6th

Additional Club Brands Include:

Members of the Princess Anne Golf Professional Team are also available for club fitting by appointment.

All club fits are complimentary with the purchase of the club(s).

Demo Day Saturday, May 24th 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Club Brands Include:

Returning by Popular Demand! Wednesday Evenings June 18th – August 27th Don’t miss this opportunity to play in a relaxed atmosphere and get to know other golfers More Information to be Announced

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June 3rd & 4th You are cordially invited to participate in the 19th Annual Martha Macklin Smith Memorial Member-Guest Golf Tournament. We look forward to celebrating with you in true Kentucky Derby fashion! This year we are excited to add a FUN FLIGHT to the Tournament for those who want to participate, but aren’t quite ready to compete. You may invite one or three guests. Teams will be made up of four players, so if you are a twosome, you can request to be paired with another twosome, or you can let the Pro Shop do the pairing. The format for the Tournament is as follows: Tournament Flights: Best net two balls of the foursome using 80% of the June 1st USGA Handicap. Fun Flight: Captain’s Choice Best Ball; no score is required. Winning team will be selected by a blind draw. The schedule is as follows: Tuesday, June 3rd

Wednesday, June 4th

1:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m. Continental breakfast on the Tradition Terrace

Shotgun Start for practice round If you are unable to play on this date, you may schedule your practice round on any day prior to June 4th.

5:00 p.m. Kentucky Derby Cocktail Party Cocktail Party on the Tradition Terrace. Please come in your golf attire or country club casual for games and camaraderie. Wear your Kentucky Derby hat for the DERBY HAT CONTEST. House wine and beer, mini mint juleps and our signature drink, the Rose Crush are included; other drinks are membersigned bar.

9:00 a.m. Shotgun First Call Start for the Tournament Refreshments on course 1:30 p.m. Awards Luncheon Member-signed bar

The entry fee is $150 per person and includes the practice round, tournament round, prizes, non-alcoholic course beverages, meals listed above, and cart fee for Tournament Day. To register for the event, please call the Golf Pro Shop at 757-422-3360. The deadline is Friday, May 16th. We look forward to seeing you all for this action-packed, fun-filled, Kentucky Derby Style event!!

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FROM THE LINKS

UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS LADIES SPRING HANDICAP Tuesday, May 20th – Wednesday, May 21st Starting Time: 9:00 a.m. Shotgun start on both days.

2014 Junior Golf Schedule SUMMER: Junior Golf (6+ years) Begining June 18th - August 21st Every Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Eligibility: Princess Anne Lady Golfers (PALG) Format: Players will play the first day taking no score on a hole that is more than 4 over par (gross). The second day the player will try to improve their score on each hole. The best score on each hole for the two days will be used.

LADIES MEMBER – GUEST Tuesday, June 3rd – Wednesday, June 4th See page 37 for details

Pee Wee Golf (3-5 years) May 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th June 19th, 26th July 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st August 7th, 14th Thursdays from 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.

JUNIOR TOURNAMENT SERIES MEN’S MEMBER – GUEST

Day 1 – June 21st Time: Shotgun Start at 3:00pm.

Thursday, June 12th - 14th

Eligibility: All PACC Junior Program Participants

Eligibility: Male members (or spouses of) are encouraged to invite a male guest.

Format: Individual stroke play based on Junior Program Color Level (Blue 3 holes; Gold 6 holes; Red & Players Academy 9 holes).

Format: Four-ball match play using 80% of the June 1st handicap, and stroking off of the low ball. Tees: A modified Black & Green Tee will be used for all competitors.

Tees: Juniors will play from their respective Junior Program Color Tee Markers.

Flights: Teams will be pre-flighted according to the total team index as of June 1, 2014. There will be six teams per flight, maximum of 10 flights (60 teams).

W. PEYTON MAY JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

Scoring: A total of 10 points awarded in each match, one point per hole, and one point to the match winner.

Defending W. Peyton May Junior Club Champion – Will Clark

May 31st and June 1st

Prizes: Flight prizes awarded. The first place winners of each flight will compete in a Shootout immediately following play to determine the 2104 Champion.

Eligibility: PACC Junior Golfers age 18 and under.

Entry Fee: $595 per team ($685 for non-comprehensive sports supplement subscribers) includes breakfast and lunch on Friday and Saturday for both team members, and the Dinner Dance Party featuring “The Tidewater Drive Band” band on Saturday night for both team members and your significant other. Also included are beverages on the course during competition, team favor, and prizes. Golf Carts are not included in the entry fee.

Tees: All play will be from the Black tee markers.

Deadline: Sunday, May 25th at 11:59 pm.

Format: Individual stroke play; 9 holes each day; 18 hole gross aggregate total will be the 2014 Under-13 Junior Club Champion.

Register: Please complete all required fields on Fore Tees or call the golf pro shop 757-422-3360 if in need of assistance.

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Format: Individual stroke play. 36 Hole gross aggregate total will be the 2014 Junior Club Champion.

UNDER 13 JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP May 31st and June 1st Eligibility: PACC Junior Golfers age 13 and under (by date of event).

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FROM THE LINKS

GOLF TIP: Play to Your Strengths to Lower Your Score Matt Liebler, PGA

As a PGA Golf Instructor, I see most golfers become obsessive over the mechanics of their golf swing. Although proper mechanics are extremely important to the success of any golfer, a player’s strategy is equally important to lowering his or her score. Improving how to play is probably the quickest fix to achieve immediate results. This helps to improve one’s confidence and this generates a ‘snowball effect’ to a player’s all-around game. Dr. Bob Rotella, Virginia native and sports psychologist, put it best when he said, “Golf is about how well you accept, respond to, and score with your misses much more so than it is a game of your perfect shots.” A main reason Tour players are so successful is the way they manage each hole that they play. They know their strengths and weaknesses. Every player, no matter their skill level, should play to their strengths. Many golfers think, “I can’t even break 100! I don’t have any strengths!” They’re wrong. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. It’s the golfer’s roll to understand what they do best and take that into account when playing. The following are my three basic tips to help you manage the course properly and allow you to play to your strengths: 1. Don’t be afraid to lay up. If an approach shot requires a near perfect shot – take the trouble out of play. We call this laying up. When deciding where to lay up, determine how far you need to be to present the best opportunity on your next shot. For example – if you are 200 yards away and you feel that an 80 yard shot is your strength, then choose your 120

yard club for that shot. This will leave you with an 80 yard shot to the green, thus playing to your strength. 2. Play away from trouble when approaching the green. Too often we see the flagstick as our target because the ultimate goal is to get the ball in the hole. This can lead us to big trouble. When approaching the green, aim for the middle of the green anytime there is trouble near the flag. Also, when the flagstick is placed near the edge of the green, be sure to aim at the wider side. For instance, aim to the right side if the flagstick is close to the left edge. 3. Limit the damage. Often times one poor shot leads to several. This is why we need to limit the damage when shots go astray. Instead of attempting the “miracle” shot, pitch back into the fairway from the deep rough or trees. You may not get the desired score on that particular hole, but it will lead to less total strokes at the end of the day Much of this sounds relatively easy, but I find that most players never develop any type of game plan before a round. Lastly, many times I ask my students, “What’s your target?” Too often I get the response, “the fairway” or “the green” or sometimes the dreaded, “I’m not too sure!” None of those answers will lead to success. You must narrow your focus, create a game plan, and stick to it. Remember, playing to your strengths leads to more confidence and lower scores!

Ode to the Princess Anne Lady Golfers by Chair, Babs Neff Once upon a time in the old club tradition, There gathered some ladies and golf was their game.

Their activities grew and the tournaments prospered – complete with the prizes and parties and cheering, “Such wonderful days – let’s gather more friends and fill up our ranks with gals so endearing!”

They loved it so much; they formed a commission, And the P. A. L. G. was given its name.

So a night was created for “grinning and gripping” with cocktails in hand and good conversation, “Let’s Talk Golf” was the way for recruiting new members with fashion advice and golf education.

Now their outings had purpose while honing their skills, between all of the laughter and socialization, Who knew how much fun could be had on the golf course when played with good friends and some organization?

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So please join our circle for kinship and golf and rarefied days of laughs without measure, We promise to show you that golf, like a good friend, is something you’ll cherish and treasure forever!

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THE GOLDEN RULES 1. LATERAL HAZARD DEFINED BY RED STAKES

6. REMOVING OBJECTS IN A BUNKER

For a one stroke penalty

1. Loose impediments are natural objects and may not be moved or even touched.

Option 1: Play a ball from where you played your last shot. Option 2: Drop a ball any distance behind the hazard, keeping a straight line between the hole, the point where the ball last crossed into the hazard and the spot where the ball is dropped. Option 3: Drop a ball within two (2) club-lengths of the spot where the ball last crossed into the hazard but not nearer the hole than that spot.

2. WATER HAZARD DEFINED BY YELLOW STAKES FOR A ONE STROKE PENALTY Option 1: Play a ball from where you played your last shot. Option 2: Drop a ball any distance behind the hazard, keeping a straight line between the hole, the point where the ball last crossed into the hazard and the spot where the ball is dropped. Note: You must always keep the hazard between where you drop and the hole.

3. LOST BALL Under penalty of one stroke After looking for a maximum of five (5) minutes, you must go back to where the shot was originally played from and replay.

2. Movable obstructions are artificial objects (like a rake) and may be moved. If the ball moves there is no penalty and the ball must be replaced. Note: the PACC has a Local Rule that treats stones in bunkers as movable obstructions: they may be moved even if in a bunker.

7. HITTING THE WRONG BALL The penalty for hitting the wrong ball in Match Play is loss of hole. If both players hit the wrong ball, only the first player to do so would be penalized as that would be the end of the hole. The penalty for hitting the wrong ball in Stroke Play for either player is two (2) strokes and the correct ball must be replayed from its original position. The penalty for not correcting before teeing off on the next hole is disqualification.

8. RELIEF FROM A CART PATH Step 1: Determine the “nearest point of relief”: that point closest to the ball where the path does not interfere with the ball, the swing or the stance. Step 2: Drop the ball within one (1) club-length of the nearest point, no closer to the hole. Be sure that after the drop you have complete relief from the path. Note: After dropping, the ball may roll up to two (2) club lengths from where it struck the ground, but not closer to the hole.

4. UNPLAYABLE LIE Under penalty of one stroke Option 1: Play a ball from where you played your last shot. Option 2: Drop a ball any distance behind where the ball lies, keeping a straight line between the hole, the point where the ball lies and the spot where the ball is dropped. If the ball is in a bunker, you must drop in the bunker. Option 3: Drop a ball within two (2) club-lengths of where the ball lies, not nearer the hole. If the ball is in a bunker, you must drop in the bunker.

5. OUT OF BOUNDS Under penalty of one stroke you must go back to where the shot was originally played from and replay.

9. REPAIRING THE LINE OF PUTT A player may repair an old hole plug or a ball mark on the green, even if his ball is not on the green. Any other damage may not be repaired if it might assist the player in his play of the hole. Movable obstructions and loose impediments, including sand and soil on the green may be removed by any means (hand, towel, hat, club, etc). Good luck in your new golf season. It appears that you have done all the right things to be ready. However, I have to advise you that you may never be completely “Armed and Dangerous.” Learning the rules of golf and playing the game of golf is a “work in progress.” As long as you are playing golf, you should always be learning and improving. That’s what makes it fun!

“Until next time, keep the questions coming!” RW Guru The Mighty Rules Guru Princess Anne Living - Summer 2014

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FROM THE GREENS

WHY DO WE HAVE THOSE HOLES IN THE GREENS AGAIN? It can be heard in Men’s and Women’s Locker rooms around the country….”Why are they putting holes in the greens again?” Well, contrary to popular demand, aeration is not the Superintendents way of getting back the golfing public. There is a reason for all the madness and here’s my shot at the simple version: 1.

The plant needs oxygen, especially during the hot summer months. By removing a “core” from the greens surface, we are removing thatch or “turf fat”. We don’t see Lebron James walking into the first mini camp weighing a smooth 300. So like any athlete, we are keeping our putting surfaces lean for a long summer.

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We are adding new material in place of the thatch. We add larger particle sand to create “pores” or spaces for the new roots to find oxygen and water. The new sand also adds microbes…that’s just Superintendent lingo for bugs that help the plant break down material for food.

We then work in the new sand to fill the holes. This is where our efforts affect the golfers. We try to fill the holes and then pull as much of the excess material off the greens by mowing with our sand mowing units.

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We also add amendments to the greens. This is also Superintendent slang for food that helps the plants maintain healthy.

“OK Matt, that’s all great and sounds like you know what you’re doing, but how does affect my golf game?” Response: Each year we take organic tests on the putting surfaces. (More lingo that means we are testing to see how much “turf fat” the greens have.) From our tests this February, we are in the ideal range for organic matter. That means that we have enough cushion to hold a good golf shot, but not too much that make the greens appear to be soft. I salute the leadership of the Club for sticking with our diligent and often cumbersome program. I realize this short-term inconvenience can be disruptive, but long term, these practices are paying off. We appreciate your patience!

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GOLF COURSE ETIQUETTE Golf is fun, rich in tradition and played by people of all ages. In order to play the game and preserve heritage, certain etiquette must be followed. Golf course etiquette ranges from dress, to respect for the course, to the way in which you position yourself respective to the other players. Golfers who adhere to rules for replacing divots, driving golf cars and repairing ball marks make the game safe and enjoyable for other participants. When patrons repair marks and replace divots, the result is a better-conditioned golf course. Poor attention to etiquette, such as failure to replace ball marks, can prevent a golfer’s ability to play a shot. Listed below are general rules of thumb for golf patrons. After reading them, if you are still unsure about a course’s golf rules or procedures regarding treatment of the golf course, please ask the superintendent for specific instructions.

REPAIRING BALLMARKS ON PUTTING GREENS I’m often asked, “What do you think of this tool to repair ballmarks?” or “What’s the best way to repair ballmarks?” Candidly there are multiple ways to repair a ballmark and multiple tools that will help this procedure, but I always relay a simple saying that should help your process…….”Get the brown down and tap it down.” It sounds a little goofy, but hopefully it’s a catchy theme to remember a simple process. As the first part of the quote goes, “get the brown down,” we just need to get any “brown” dirt down in subsurface. As you can probably tell, the exposed dirt will not allow any grass to grow back in the ballmark. On the contrary, if you get the brown dirt back underneath and expose the leaf blades, it will allow the plant to generate new growth, replacing the ballmark. In the second part of the saying, “tap it down,” just take the bottom surface of the putter head and flatten any disruption you might have made. The smooth surface will allow the next golfer an uninhibited path to the hole location. Please see below a gentle reminder from the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America as well as a picture where each tennis ball represents an unrepaired ballmark on the #3 green.

A fresh ballmark repaired by a player takes only Five Seconds A freshly repaired ball mark will completely heal in Twenty-four hours A fresh ball mark left unrepaired for one hour requires Fifteen days Before the scar completely heals Please Repair All Ballmarks

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FROM THE LINKS

Golf Hours of Operation April 29th - August 31stG

GOLF SHOP

RANGE

BAG ROOM

Monday

Closed

9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Course Closed

Tuesday – Friday

7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday

6:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

6:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

6:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Monday, May 5th & Tuesday, May 6th Monday, June 16th & Tuesday, June 17th The Golf Course will be closed due to Green Aerification.

Monday, May 26th, Memorial Day and Monday, September 1st, Labor Day The Golf Course will be open with 7:00 a.m. Tee Times.

Tuesday, May 27th Tuesday, September 2nd

The Golf Course and Golf Shop will be Open!

CONGRATULATIONS Please join us in congratulating The Princess Anne Country Club’s very own Babs Neff and Richard Wight. Both recently successfully passed the USGA Rules of Golf Test. Babs and Richard participated in three days of USGA rules workshops before taking the difficult certification exam. To officially be “rules qualifed” participants must make a score of 75 or higher. Once becoming rules qualified, individuals may officiate USGA amateur championships. A score of 92 or higher allows qualifiers the opportunity to referee the Open Championships and U.S. Amateur. Babs was able to score a remarkable score of 89 while Richard passed with a perfect score of 100! We are honored to have both Babs and Richard as part of our Princess Anne Family. What a tremendous resource for all of ous to have regarding the rules of golf. Way to go!!

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TENNIS TALK After all of the snow and cold temperatures that we had this winter, we are ready to gear up for summer with lots of events! Starting with Cup Season, the Virginia Cup (for our highest level men) will be held Saturday, May 3rd at Westwood. Next we will have Fun Cup on Sunday, May 4th at Norfolk Yacht, a team of about 30 players of all levels is needed to play doubles and mixed against three other clubs, VBTCC, Cavalier, and Norfolk Yacht. Tidewater Cup, which is always held at home, will transpire on Saturday, May 10th for our mid to high level men. Finally, to officially get summer off to a great start, we are

holding the Summer Kick Off Parent/ Child Extravaganza on Saturday, May 31st. In June, our top level women will be representing us in the Anderson Cup which will be held at the CCV this year on Friday and Saturday June 13th and 14th. The Junior Country Club Cup will be held at CCV as well on Saturday, June 21st where our top kids will be competing for us. Our Member/ Guest Doubles Tournament is scheduled for June the 27th-29th this year.

LUNCH LEAGUE SCHEDULE Spring has sprung and it is time again for our Ladies Lunch League! The bubble came down just in time for Lunch League, which started the week of April 7th. If you haven’t done so already, please sign-up in the tennis pro shop.

WEDNESDAY “B” TEAM

FRIDAY “A” TEAM

May 7th Away @ LN

May 2nd Away @ VBTCC

May 14th Away @ VBTCC

May 9th Away @ LN

May 21st Home playing CP

May 16th Away @ GCC

May 28th Away @ GCC

May 23rd Home playing EM

June 4th Home playing GB

May 30th Home playing TTC June 6th Home playing VBTCC

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FROM THE COURTS

PING PONG PALOOZA

CONGRATULATIONS!

Ping Pong Palooza was held on Saturday, February 22nd with 25 kids and adults participating. As always, ping pong table manufacturer, Kettler, provided 12 brand new tables and we sold every one of them after the event plus 10 more!!! Kettler was obviously as thrilled at the response as were, and it should guarantee sponsorship for our event in the future. It was an all Benkovitz affair with both boys, Max and Nicky, reaching the final of the junior division and dad, Reuben, reaching the final of the adult division. Thanks to everyone who participated and/or bought tables.

Winner- Andy Hinkle Finalist- Reuben Benkovitz


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Adult Division:

Junior Division:

Winner- Max Benkovitz Finalist- Nicky Benkovitz

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Junior News Congrats to the following juniors: Lewis Goode for being accepted into UVA for the class of 2018, Olivia Large for being accepted into Ball State on a Tennis Scholarship, Alex DeManche for being accepted into Randolph Macon, Chris Katsias for being accepted into South Carolina University, and Cole Alcaraz for being accepted into Old Dominion University! It’s always difficult for the Operation’s Team to witness a junior member come of age and it’s always bittersweet. It’s like watching one of our very own children head off to college, when your children graduate, especially the ones who have been with us since the beginning.

Spring Junior Team Tennis We are looking forward to another great JTT season although it will be hard to top last season, where 12 teams were formed from PACC. The 2014 season kicks off April 27th , with the regular season continuing through the end of June. The District Championship will be held at VBTCC this year July 26th and 27th, followed by the Sectional Championship at Boar’s Head in Charlottesville, August 8 -10. By the time we go to print on this newsletter, most of our teams will have already been established, but we can still add players to rosters if anyone missed the signup.

Pro Shop News There have been a few changes to our team of late. Most of you are familiar with our Pro Shop Attendant, Logan Nipper, who has worked for us for the last six months. Logan has been promoted to Pro Shop Manager after doing a stellar job thus far. Pro Shop Attendant, Matt Chanaie, is only working weekends now, so a new attendant has been added. Please welcome, Chris Whiteside, a former Cox High School soccer standout and a graduate of Hampden Sydney.

Member/Guest Doubles Tournament New Date: June 27-29 Please don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Member/Guest Doubles Tournament which will be June 27th to the 29th followed by our two-week long Men’s and Women’s Singles Club Championship, July 14th to the 28th. The Member/Member Doubles Club Championship has been moved forward this year to September 5th to the 7th. See you on the courts!

New Tennis Dress Code Recently Approved (Additions/changes are noted in italics) General: Proper tennis-specific attire is required at all times. Proper attire does not include: tee-shirts normally worn as undergarments, surf tee-shirts, tank-tops, bathing suits, cut-off shorts, board shorts, khakis, golf apparel, Soffe shorts, non-tennis name brand, or other attire determined to be inappropriate by the Board of Directors and Tennis Team. Shoes must be tennis-specific and have non-marking soles for hard courts and smooth soles for clay courts. Cross-training, basketball, and jogging shoes are not permitted. Ladies: Color coordinated tennis attire and warm-ups may be of any color. Exposed midriffs for any reason are inappropriate. Gentlemen: Fifty percent white is required, unless it is a coordinated, matching, and tennis-specific outfit. Shirts with collars and sleeves are required unless the shirt is tennis-specific. Members are responsible for ensuring that their children & guests follow the dress code policies.

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FROM THE COURTS

Summer Camps Schedule Last year we tried something new for the morning camps in the summer and it was a huge success. Instead of doing a one hour clinic for each age group we are going to combine the age groups so that there is more flexibility and parents can drop their kids off for more than just one hour. In fact if they’d like they can leave them for 3 hours so 9 a.m. – 12 noon. Kids can come for the first hour, the 2nd, the 3rd or any combination and only get charged per hour they were participating. Here is the schedule:

QUICKSTART 36-FUTURE STARS Ages 4 - 11 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

TENNIS CAMP DATES

JTT TEAMS, ACADEMY ELITE

Session I

June 9th-13th

Session VI

July 14th -18th

1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Session II

June 16th-20th

Session VII

July 21st - 25th

Session III

June 23rd - June 27th

Session VIII

July 28th - August 1st

Session IV

June 30th - July 4th

Session IX

August 4th - 8th

Session V

July 7th - 11th

Session X

August 11th - 15th

Pricing: $15/hr sign up or $18/hr drop in

John’s Tip

DEALING WITH MOVING YOUR GAME OUTDOORS •

First thing you need to do is establish wind direction as that’s going to have an impact on your shot selection

Next is to figure out where the sun is and how it’s going to affect your ball toss, your overhead and more importantly, your opponent’s.

The clay courts are slower so you need to be more patient and methodical in your point construction

Hit your ground strokes with more topspin, more net clearance and aim for bigger targets

Your movement needs to be more fluid, using open stances and sliding to the ball rather than stepping so that you can get traction when you push off to go to the next ball

Use your serve and your forehand to set up the point rather than to end the point

Hit drop shots and lobs into the wind as well as low flat balls when hitting with the wind

Be more selective about hitting on the rise and moving to the net

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UPCOMING EVENTS May

August

Virginia Cup Saturday, May 3rd at Westwood

Junior Club Championships Wednesday, August 4th - Friday, August 7th

USA / Fun Cup Sunday, May 4th at NYCC

Kids’ “Lock In” Night Saturday, August 16th

Tidewater Cup Saturday, May 10th at PACC

Senior Tidewater Cup Saturday, August 30th at PACC

8’s & 10’s Jr. Club Championship Saturday, May 17th Parent/Child Summer Kick Off Saturday, May 31st

June Anderson Cup Friday, June 13th - Saturday, June 14th at CCV Jr. Country Club Cup Saturday, June 21st at CCV. Member/Guest Doubles Tournament Friday, June 27th - Sunday, June 29th

September Member/Member Doubles Club Championship Friday, September 5th - Sunday September 7th Spindle Cup Saturday- Sunday 13th – 14th at NYCC

October Select Automotive Jr. Open USTA L4 Friday, October 3rd – Sunday, October, 5th Member/Member Club Mixed Doubles Friday, October 10th – Sunday, October 12th

July

November

Men’s and Women’s Singles Club Championships Monday, July 14th - Monday, July 28th

Thanksgiving Day Classic Jr.L3 Friday, November 27th - Sunday, November29th

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LIFESTYLES & FITNESS

Healthy Snacking (with a twist)

This is a little different approach to this issue’s fitness article. Read the following and see if you can find the secret to healthy snacking by using the word bank at the end of the story. Better yet, try it as a family and see how you do. GOOD LUCK! “Between work, taking the kids to school, golf, tennis or hours and hours of afterschool activities, and, it may feel like there’s no time for healthy eating. And when you do stop to eat, it’s probably tempting to go the quick and easy route by grabbing a quick fix snack that may not be the best for you But it is _____________ to treat yourself to a healthy snack. In fact, if you have a hectic schedule, it’s even more important to eat healthy foods that give you the fuel you need to keep going. 50

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Why Healthy Snacking Is Good for You You may have noticed that you feel hungry a lot. This is natural — during __________, a person’s body demands more nutrients to grow. Snacks are a terrific way to satisfy that hunger and get all the vitamins and nutrients a body needs and sets the tone for a healthier adult. Good snacking habits start early. To keep energy levels going — and avoid weight gain — steer clear of foods with lots of simple carbohydrates (sugars) like candy bars or soda. Look for foods that contain complex carbohydrates like whole-grain breads and cereals and combine them with protein-rich snacks such as peanut butter or low-fat yogurt or cheese.

Judging Whether Snacks Are Healthy Choosing healthy snacks means ____________smart. Be cautious of the health claims on food packages. Just because something is “all natural” or “pure” doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s nutritious. For example, “all natural” juice drinks or sodas can be filled with __________ (which is, after all, a natural ingredient) but all that sugar means they’ll be high in calories and give you little nutrition. A _______________ is a good example of a snack that people___________ is healthy. Although granola bars can be a good source of certain vitamins and nutrients, many also contain a great deal of fat, including a particularly harmful type of fat called ___________. On average, about 35% of the calories in a regular granola bar come from fat. And there can be a lot of sugar in granola cereals and bars. Check the Nutrition Facts label on the package to be sure.

Smart Snacking Strategies Here are some ways to make healthy snacking part of your everyday routine: • Prepare healthy snacks in advance. Did you know that you can make your own granola or trail mix? When you make something yourself, you get to control the ingredients and put in what’s good for you! You can also keep plenty of fresh fruit and veggies at home so you can grab them on the go. Cut up melons or vegetables like celery and carrots in advance. Keep the servings in bags in the fridge, ready to grab and go. • Keep __________________ snacks with you. Make it a habit to stash some fruit, whole-grain crackers, or baby carrots in your workout bag so you always have some healthy food nearby. • Make it ____________________. Healthy snacking doesn’t have to be boring as long as you give yourself a variety of choices. Wholewheat pretzels with spicy mustard, rice cakes with peanut butter and raisins, or low-fat fruit yogurt are healthy, tasty, and easy. • Satisfy cravings with healthier approaches. If you’re crazy for ____________________, try a hot chocolate drink instead of a chocolate bar. An 8-ounce mug of hot chocolate has only 140 calories and 3 grams of fat. A chocolate bar, on the other hand, has 230 ________________ and 13 grams of fat. If you’re craving _____________ munchies, snack on baked tortilla chips instead of regular corn chips and pair them with salsa instead of sour cream. Or satisfy salt cravings with _____________ instead of chips. • Read serving size information. What looks like a small package of cookies can contain 2 or more servings — which mean double or even triple the amounts of fat, calories, and sugar shown on the label. • Don’t slip up after dinner. Evenings can be a tempting time to indulge in sugary, fatty snacks. If you’re really feeling hungry, don’t ignore it. Instead, pick the right snacks to fill the hunger gap. Whole-wheat fig bars, flavored rick cakes are good too. As with everything, _________________is the key to smart snacking. People who eat regular meals and healthy snacks are less likely to overeat and gain weight than people who skip meals or go for long periods without eating and then munch on high fats and quick fixes. *Now, use these terms to complete the article. How Snacking Smart are you? Thanks for reading, hope you enjoyed it.

WORD BANK:

POSSIBLE, HECTIC, ADOLESCENCE, SHOPPING, SUGAR, CALORIES, GRANOLA BAR, SAVORY, THINK, TRANS FAT, HEALTHY, INTERESTING , CHOCOLATE, CALORIES, PRETZEL, MODERATION

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Try the Biomat! Relaxing, Healing & Rejuvenating •

What if there was a device that could restore vitality?

What if there was a device that could deliver pain relief in just 15 minutes?

What if there was a device where people reported relief from fibromyalgia, arthritis, scoliosis, peripheral neuropathy, Raynaud’s, pain from motor vehicle accidents, pain relief from sports injuries, and more?

What if that device also provided relaxation, rejuvenation, and eased mental and emotional fatigue?

What if that device could do much, much more?

Look no further! The Biomat can be found at the Fitness Center in the massage room. It is a form of Thermotherapy or heat therapy and is USFDA approved. Using the friction generated within the body through the effects of Far Infrared Rays, the core body temperature is elevated, resulting in a higher functioning of the immune system, increased blood circulation and more rapid metabolism. Utilizing the cleansing energies of Amethyst Crystals and Tourmaline, the Biomat emits negative ions, (molecules with an extra electron), which reduce stress and fatigue resulting in higher alertness, decreased drowsiness and more mental energy. The healing energies of Amethyst Crystals enhance the immune function and support the cleansing organs, helping the body to naturally eliminate metabolic waste products. The Biomat can be requested as part of a massage with Lisa Harrison at no extra charge. She is available Tuesday through Saturday by appointment and can be reached at 536-5342. Alternatively, members may relax on the Biomat by calling the Fitness Center attendant at least 30 minutes in advance to confirm the mat’s availability & request that it be turned on. A member of the fitness center operations team will be happy to assist with this and set the temperature. 113 degrees is recommended initially and the suggested session length is 15-25 minutes as dictated by your comfort level. As the warmth from the Biomat actually penetrates six inches into the body, it feels different than a standard heating pad. The Far Infrared Rays actually seep into the joints and surrounding tissues creating a MOST relaxing, healing and rejuvenating experience! Try the Biomat today!

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AQUATICS UPDATE As we start the summer, I would like to formally welcome you and your family back for the 2014 aquatic season at the Princess Anne Country Club. This year’s Aquatics Operations Team looks forward to making this an enjoyable experience for all of you. Please look for the continuation of programs that were started last season including Mini-Breakers Swim Lessons, Parent & Child Swim Lessons, as well as programs like Dive-in Movie Night, and Float Night. Please take time to see what programs and activities may best fit your family’s interests. As in year’s past, the pool safety guidelines and “accident” prevention information will be sent with your May billing statement. Although this pamphlet may be self-explanatory, it is important that if your child is not fully potty-trained that your child will need to wear “Little Swimmers” diapers and others like it are the only diapers that are made for pool use. If you forget to bring this item to the pool please feel free to stop by the pool office and we can provide them for you. Please review these guidelines with your family and guests to help us all have a safe and “accident-fee” summer. Studies have shown that early exposure to athletic activities can have a very beneficial effect on your child, which is why we are providing the Parent & Child Swim Lesson Program. This program will teach you and your child, 6 months to 3 yearsof-age, how to be more comfortable and confident in the water while still learning basic safety skills. We are continuing our successful Mini-Breakers Program from last year that is focused on each child to teach them not only to appreciate the water, but also develop competitive strokes, which will prepare them for swimming as a sport or a life skill. We hope that you will consider this program for your children. Instructors for both programs are Water Safety Instructor certified and will be following the American Red Cross swim lesson guidelines.

The new Swim and Dive Coaching staff is excited to start the 2014 swim and dive season. We would like to see all of our children, ages 5-18, become a member of the swim and/or dive team. Those interested in joining the swim team must take and pass the Swim Proficiency Test held on Saturday, May 17th at 10:30am. The Swim and Dive Team Expo set for Sunday, May 18, 2014 is new for this year! We will hold registration, parent meeting, and meet and greet with the coaches. We will have swim suits available to try-on and purchase as well as other swim/dive related merchandise. You will also have an opportunity to learn more about dive team age group requirements and register for the Kids Triathlon. The Swim and Dive Team Expo 2014 will be held on Sunday, May 18th from 3:00 – 5:00pm in the First Landing room. Our competition for the 2014 summer swim season includes Broadbay, Club Brittany, Little Neck, Pembroke Meadows, and Virginia Beach Tennis. The coaching staff strongly encourages all swimmers to participate in at least two swim meets. However, to be eligible for Divisional Championships, all swimmers must compete in at least three meets. During the season it will be necessary to close the pool early to set-up for home swim meets and to open later so that we can clean-up and reset the pool deck for daily operations. Thank you for your patience during these times. The swimmers and divers work hard all week to compete in meets and reach their personal best, so all members are invited to come to the meets and cheer for the team! The Aquatics Operations Team, Swim and Dive Coaches, and I look forward to a busy and fun-filled summer. If you have questions about any of our programs, please feel free to contact me by phone, email, or stop by the pool. If there is anything we can do to make your time around the pool more enjoyable, please feel free to pass on your ideas to any of the Aquatics Team. I look forward to meeting and seeing all of you this summer! Sincerely, Brian Triolet

IMPORTANT DATES Saturday, May 17th – Swim Team Proficiency Testing @ 10:30 am Sunday, May 18th – Swim Team EXPO 2014, Swim/Dive Team Parent Meeting and Registration @ 3:00pm Tuesday, June 17th – Swim Team Time Trials @ 4:30pm Tuesday, June 24th – Swim Team Photo/Family Fun Fest @ 5:00pm

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AQUATICS UPDATE

POOL SCHEDULE From May 1st – May 23rd (weekdays)

5:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Adult Swim*

Weekends of May 10th/11th 5:30 a.m - 10:00 a.m. Adult Swim* and May 17th/18th 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Members/Guests Beginning Saturday, May 24th 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Adult Swim* and continuing until Sunday, June 8th 10:00 a.m - 9:00 p.m. Members/ Guests Beginning Monday, June 9th** 5:30 a.m - 7:55 a.m Adult Swim* 11:00 a.m - 9:00 p.m. Members/Guests *

This time is reserved for the adult members (ages 18 and up). There is NO lifeguard on duty at this time.

**

This schedule for weekdays will remain in place until dive/swim season ends in late July.

Please do not come to the pool before 11:00 a.m. Swim team practice is from 8:00-11:00 a.m., and dive practice from 9:00-11:00 a.m.. This time is reserved for our divers and swimmers. The staff is not quite ready to cater to the needs of the general membership until dive/swim practice is over. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. “Adult Swim” (ages 18 and Up) will be held 10 minutes before each hour, except during the opening and closing hour.

Dive/Swim Team Practice Schedules for the 2013 Summer Season

Swim Team Practice Schedule from May 27th - June 6th AGE DAYS TIMES 6 and Under

Mon. – Fri.

4:30 – 5:15 p.m.

8 and Under

Mon. – Fri.

5:00 – 5:45 p.m.

10 and Under

Mon. – Fri.

5:30 – 6:15 p.m.

18 and Under

Mon. – Fri.

6:15 – 7:15 p.m.

Dive Team Practice Schedule from from May 27th - June 6th (All Ages) DAY PRACTICE TIME Monday

Yes

4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday

Yes

4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday

Yes

4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Thursday

Yes

4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Friday No —–

Swim Team Practice Schedule Beginning Monday, June 9th

Morning Practice: Monday-Friday* TIME AGE 8:00 - 8:45 a.m. 9 & 10 8:45 - 9:45 a.m. 11 & Up 9:45 - 10:30 a.m. 7&8 10:30 - 11:15 a.m. 6 & Under

Afternoon Practice: Monday-Wednesday**

TIME AGE 4:30 - 5:00 p.m. 6 & Under 5:00 - 5:30 p.m. 7&8 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. 9 & 10 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. 11 & Up

Dive Team Practice Schedule Beginning Monday, June 9th MONDAY* 9:00-10:00 a.m. or 10:00-11:00 .am. And 4:30-5:30 p.m.

TUESDAY* 9:00-10:00 a.m. or 10:00-11:00 a.m. And 4:30-5:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY* 9:00-10:00 a.m. or 10:00-11:00 a.m. And 4:30-5:30 p.m.

THURSDAY* 9:00-10:00 a.m. or 10:00-11:00 a.m. And 4:30-5:30 p.m.

* No practice if there is a Diving Meet scheduled

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Swim Meet Schedule: SATURDAY OPPONENT

LOCATION

June 21 June 28 July 7 July 12 July 19 July 26 August 2

Away Away Home Home Home Away Away

Little Neck Club Brittany Broad Bay Pembroke Meadows Virginia Beach Tennis Division Championship @ Broad Bay All-Stars @ Little Neck

Dive Meet Schedule: July 1st • July 10th • July 17th (PACC Dive Invitational)

2014 Summer

Swim Challenge June 1 to August 29 Open to adult swimmers with pool privileges Post daily results on pool board Honor System

WEEKLY GOALS / PRIZES 2 Miles - 3200 meters (120 laps) / week Earn free ice cream 4 Miles - 6400 meters ( 240 laps ) / week Earn $5 Breakers’ credit

SUMMER GOALS / PRIZES 72 Miles ( 6 miles / week ) Win Dinner for 4 at Breakers

48 Miles ( 4 miles / week ) Win - Dinner for 1 at Breakers

60 Miles ( 5 miles / week ) Win Dinner for 2 at Breakers

24 Miles ( 2 miles / week ) Win - PACC Towel

6 Miles - 9600 meters (360 ) / week Earn 2 topping pizza or salad from Breakers

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May Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Note: The golf course is closed on Mondays, unless otherwise noted. May 1st - June 8th - Adult Swim 5:30 - -10:00 a.m. May 27th - June 6th - Swim Team Practice - 4:30 - 7:15 p.m. Dive Team Practice - 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Friday

Saturday

1 2 3 Kentucky Derby

Pee Wee Golf Ages 3-5 4:00 - -4:45 p.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

4 5 6 7 8 9 Breakers 10 Golf Course Closed for Aerification

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Pee Wee Golf Ages 3-5 4:00 p.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Boulevard Grand Opening

Pool Opening Day Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Parent & Child Swim 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Mother’s Day Gift Making

Searing & Stainless Steel Cooking Class

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night

Club Fitting Friday with Mizuno

Tidewater Cup Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Parent & Child Swim 9:30 - 10:00 a.m.

Pool Open 1100 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Pee Wee Golf Ages 3-5 4:00 p.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Pool Open 1100 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Swim Team Proficiency Testing 10:30 a.m.

Mini Breakers 10:15 - 10:45 a.m. Riedel Glass Class

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

Mother’s Day Brunch

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night

18 19 20 21 22 23 Golf Demo Day 24

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Swim & Dive Team Expo & Registration 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Pool Open 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Ladies Bunco

Parent & Child Swim 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Mini Breakers 10:15 - 10:45 a.m.

MDV Golf Outing

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Pee Wee Golf Ages 3-5 4:00 p.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Parent & Child Swim 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Ladies Spring Handicap Tournament

Ladies Spring Handicap Tournament

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Pool Open 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Pool Open 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Shop & Golf Course Open

Parent & Child Swim 9:30 - 10:00 a.m.

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room Memorial Day Cookout, Games & Activities (see ad page 18)

Swim/Dive Team p.m. practice begins Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

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Pee Wee Golf Ages 3-5 4:00 p.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Junior Club & Under 13 Club Championships

Hampden Sydney Golf Outing 1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night

Ref/Starter Clinic @ Little Neck (8:00 - 9:00 a.m.) Stroke/Turn Clinic @ Little Neck (9:00 - 11:00 a.m.)

Music on the Boulevard with Skip Friel

Parent/Child Summer Kick Off Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

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June Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

1 3 4 5 6 7 Young Life 2 Ladies Ladies Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Golf Outing

Member-Guest

Mini Breakers 10:15 - 10:45 a.m.

Stroke/Turn Clinic @ Cavalier (7:00 - 9:00 p.m.) Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

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Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Club Fitting Friday with Cobra

Ref/Starter Clinic @ Cavalier (6:00 - 7:00 p.m.)

Junior Club & Under 13 Club Championships

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Member-Guest

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night

10 11 12 13 14 Men’s Member-Guest

Mini Breakers 10:15 - 10:45 a.m. Session I Tennis Camp

AM & PM Swim/Dive Team Practice Begins (see page 54)

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

West Lawn Entertaiment with The Hark

Men’s Member-Guest Father’s Day Gift Making

Martini Night

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Bayou Bash

Float Night

No clubhouse à la carte dining

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Golf Course Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m.

Closed for Aerification

Mini Breakers 10:15 - 10:45 a.m.

Father’s Day Brunch

Pool closes at 2:00 p.m. Swim Team Time Trials @ 4:30 p.m.

Junior Tournament Series Begin

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Swim Meet @ Little Neck Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

Session II Tennis Camp

Ladies’ Bunco

Nine, Wine & Dine

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night

Fun Friday

Karl Werne on the West Lawn Ladies Croquet Party

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Mini Breakers 10:15 - 10:45 a.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Sports of All Sorts Camp (4 year olds)

Family Fun Fest Swim Team Photos @ 5:00 p.m. Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

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Tennis Member-Guest Tournament

Session IV Tennis Camp

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

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Nine, Wine & Dine 1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night Kid’s Triathlon Pacific Northwest Wine Tasting

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers Tennis Member-Guest Tournament & Party

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m.

Session III Tennis Camp

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Tennis Member-Guest Tournament

Fun Friday Sip ‘n’ Hit Couples Croquet Lobster Night & Dancing

Swim Meet @ Club Brittany Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

Beginning June 9th - Adult Swim 5:30 - -7:55 a.m. Note: The golf course is closed on Mondays, unless otherwise noted. Member/Member Doubles Club Championship September 5th - 7th

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July Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m.

Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Session IV Tennis Camp

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

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Thursday

Friday

Nine, Wine & Dine

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The Tradition Golf Event July 4th Celebration

Parent/Child Golf Tournament Home Swim Meet with Pembroke Meadows

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m.

Pool Opens at approximately 1:00 p.m.

Session V Tennis Camp

Pool Closes at 2:00 p.m.

Nine, Wine & Dine

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

Prime Rib Night

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Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Martini Night

Abrakadoodle Art Camp

Home Swim Meet with Broad Bay @ 5:00 p.m.

Saturday

1 2 3 4 5

Dive Meet Triumvirate Qualifying Begins

Note: The golf course is closed on Mondays, unless otherwise noted.

Wednesday

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Dive Meet

Fun Friday

Pool closes @ 7:30 p.m. Martini Night

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 The Parent/Child Golf Tournament

Monarch Bank Golf Outing

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Session VI Tennis Camp

Ladies Bunco

Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

Nine, Wine & Dine

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m. Martini Night Magic Show on the West Lawn

Fun Friday

Pool closes @ 7:30 p.m.

Diving Invitational Meet @ PACC

Home Swim Meet with VBTCC Pool opens at approximately 1:00 p.m.

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m.

Session VII Tennis Camp

Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Nine, Wine & Dine

Sports of All Sorts Camp (4 year olds) Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Divisional Breakfast

Divisional Swim Meet @ Broad Bay

Poolside Scavenger Hunt & Dive-In Movie

Martini Night

Tour De France French Wine Dinner

Music on the Boulevard with The Tiki Bar Band

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

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Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Sports of All Sorts Camp (5 & 6 year olds)

Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Session VII Tennis Camp

Swim Team Banquet Triumvirate Qualifying Ends

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Nine, Wine & Dine Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m. Martini Night

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August Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Note: The golf course is closed on Mondays, unless otherwise noted.

Friday

Saturday

1 All-Stars Breakfast Men’s & Ladies’ Golf Club Championships Sports of All Sorts Camp (5 & 6 year olds) (Last Day) Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

3 4 5 6 7 Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Junior Club Tennis Championships

Session IX Tennis Camp

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m. Martini Night

Nine, Wine & Dine Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

2 All-Stars Swim Meet @ Little Neck Men’s & Ladies’ Golf Club Championships

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Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Parent & Child Swim 9:30 - 10:00 a.m.

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Abrakadoodle Art Camp

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Tennis Lock-In

Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Session X Tennis Camp

Pee Wee Golf 3-5 years 4:00 -4:45 p.m.

Nine, Wine & Dine Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Martini Night

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

TBA Golf Outing

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Triumvirate Golf @ Bayville Junior Golf 6+ years 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Ladies Bunco

Nine, Wine & Dine

Husband & Wife Golf Championship

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

PACC Junior Golf Awards Banquet

MAPGA Capital Cup Golf Event

Dive-In Movie Night Daytime Speaker Series

Martini Night Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

A Tour of Tuscany Italian Wine Class

Lobster Night & Dancing

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Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

MAPGA Capital Cup Golf Event

Family Meal Deal Clubhouse

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Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

Patriot Golf Day Sunday Brunch in the Chesapeake Room

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

29 30 Senior Tidewater Cup

Nine, Wine & Dine

Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner @ Breakers

1/2 Price Wine Night (clubhouse)

Patriot Golf Day Martini Night

Prime Rib Night (clubhouse)

September 1 Labor Day

Golf Shop & Course Open

Please don’t forget that the pool is open weekends in September from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

SAVE THE DATE Daytime Speaker Series Thursday, August 21st

Labor Day Cookout

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The Princess Anne Country Club 3800 Pacific Avenue Virginia Beach, VA 23451

9:30 - 10:00 a.m.

Please call 425-1117 to Register

Limited to 12 parent/ child pairs $30/pair Guests are welcome: $15 per class/$50 a session

Session I Saturdays May 10th - 31st Session II Monday -Thursday May 19th - 22nd Session III Monday - Thursday August 4th - 7th

Make the very first water experience of your child age 6-months to 3-years safe and fun. A participating adult provides support and comfort as the child begins to learn water adjustment, water safety, and water skills through activities and fun!

Focusing on individual development starting with beginners up to competitive swimmers, this class will introduce 3-5 year olds the skills needed for whatever level of swimming they wish to achieve. 10:15 - 10:45 a.m. Cost: $90 (includes Breakers Swim Team shirt) Limited to the first 12 children that register. Please call 425-1117.

SESSION I Monday - Thursday May 12th - May 22nd SESSION II Monday - Thursday June 2nd - 12th SESSION III Monday - Thursday June 16th - 26th

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