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Ship & Shore


MARCH 2012

Home Grown Evening A Virginia Dine Around with the “Mike Profit Band” from 7-10:30 p.m.

Chef Marty has whipped up a great menu for Virginia Dine Around Night. The March 23rd evening will feature three food “stations” of local fare from the farms, fields, rivers and streams of the state. It will all be accompanied by the finest beers and wines produced in the Commonwealth. A “slider” station will be laden with crab cakes, pork BBQ, grilled fish, pan seared beef and toppings. A seafood station will serve up local oysters, clams, smoked fish and chowder. And a farmers’ station will offer local cheeses, fruits and veggies. Come, sit, stay and sample. Event is $40++ per person and wine and beer is included. Call for reservations or register online.

Everything But Green Eggs

Spring Forward Assistant Tennis Pro Jason Mueller gearing up for the spring tennis season with some youngesters on a beautiful February afternoon. Pictured: Charlie Dailey, Meredith Avery, Blake Smith, Ellie Burnette and Read Chamberlain. Contact the Tennis Shop for more information on Spring Clinics!

Tis a feast fit for St. Patrick himself. Our St. Paddy’s Day buffet bash is in the Deck, Saturday, Mar. 17 and will feature corned beef and cabbage, Irish cheddar and stout soup, stew and stout glazed ribs, bacon and cabbage soup, Guinness shepherd’s pie, seared salmon with raisin and caper butter, codfish cakes and colcannon potatoes. What, no green eggs? Dessert? Irish cream mousse. Dinner buffet is just $19.95++ per person. Reg Lanning will be performing from 6:30-10 p.m. Call 423-4500 for reservations.

Annual Meeting & Membership Party

IN THIS ISSUE Around The Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 3 NYCC News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 4 Yachting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 5 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 6 Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 7 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 8

A great time was had by all at the Annual Meeting and Membership Party on Saturday, January 21st. The Club welcomed over four hundred and fifty members for the grand affair and we were delighted to see so many generations of members represented.



FAX: 757-423-6764


From the President Seems like winter has finally made a showing in Norfolk. February had a few cold blasts and some blistery weather, but that did not damper the spirits and services around the Club. Jim and the staff have been very busy during the past month. We had some great events in the past weeks, Oyster Night was well attended. We had over 140 members enjoy oysters prepared in all different ways. Almost 26 bushels were consumed, raw, baked, steamed, fried, oyster rockefeller and stewed; even the shells were distributed on a local oyster reef. More seafood is on the horizon this month. Every Tuesday night is “all you can eat shrimp night” and the Seafood Buffet night is set for March 30th. For those seeking an Irish tradition, a special menu will be provided for Saint Patrick’s Day.

academic or athletically gifted junior members. This month we highlight one of our star athletes. We are excited this month in announcing our new Junior Sailing Chairman – John Vellines Jr. The Board is excited over this new appointment. John is an experienced junior sailor and is energized to get involved in the program. See the article and learn more about John. Upcoming months will feature other new committee chairs, their experience and desires. With February coming to an end and entering into the early months of spring, the outside facilities around the Club will start coming to life. Look for annual improvements around the grounds, tennis courts, marina and even the pool. Respectfully Submitted, Billy Dashiell

This month the Ship and Shore will start a new feature article. Every few months the Ship and Store will feature some of our

From the Manager

What would March be without a little corned beef and cabbage and some Irish tunes? Back by popular demand, Reg Lanning will join us in the Deck on March 17th with Irish ballads to accompany a themed buffet. Our culinary staff will provide you with a great meal in the comfort of the Deck.

Orleans. The Grill will open on Monday, April 2nd, for the finals with a limited menu.

If you have children at the Junior Cotillion on Friday the 23rd, plan to spend the evening upstairs and join us for a Virginia Dine Around Event. The Main Dining room will be set up with food stations which will feature local produce, seafood and meats. We will also offer some Virginia wines and local beers as part of the theme. Mike Profit will provide the entertainment in the Lafayette room with a three piece band for your listening and dancing pleasure.

Thank you to the 240 members who joined us for a Valentine’s evening at the Club.

The Grill is the place to relax and enjoy for March Madness as your favorite teams compete for a spot in this year’s Final Four in New

Jonathan and Carin Carr


The tennis courts are scheduled for resurfacing the last week of March. We hope to have them closed for only a few days as we prepare them for the season.

Jim Grady, CCM General Manager

Welcome New Members

Officers & Committee Chairs President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Commodore Past President

William E. Dashiell Charles S. Nusbaum Armistead Dudley David E. Moore James Forrester John L. Deal


Patrick Baker Robert Blackman Chip Finch Katherine B. Finney Richard Keatley Celicia Priest Stanfield

Committee Chairs Entertainment Finance Pool, Health and Fitness House Junior Sailing Membership Tennis Yachting

Chip Finch David E. Moore Brent Johnson Elise Pitts John Vellines Jr. Patrick Baker Gatewood Dashiell James Forrester

Phone Numbers: Main Club: Main Club Fax: Tennis: Fitness:

423-4500 423-6764 423-6737 489-5385

Turning the Page on Catherine the Great The Page Turners harken back to the 18th century for their next book. NYCC’s book club will discuss Catherine The Great: Portrait of a Woman by Robert K. Massie at its Friday, Mar. 9 meeting. Massie, who calls Catherine “a majestic figure in an age of monarchy,” explores in depth the woman who ruled Russia for 34 years and her attempts to modernize and westernize her country. Newcomers are welcome to join members for dinner. The discussion follows in the Grill. For more information, contact Tim Lockhart at

Around the Club

O’Whatta Lucky Guy

Most of us get to be Irish one day a year. O Begorrah, tis St. Paddy’s Day.

Top: A photo from the O’Hearn’s trip of the scenic Irish countryside.

Where’s my green sweater? Bottom Left: The O’Hearns at John B. Keane’s Pub, Listowel, Co., with owners, and new friends, Dennis and Kathleen O’Shea.

Mike O’Hearn says he’s a blessed lad. He gets to be Irish every day. “My only regret is that I didn’t get to be an Irish tenor and have a voice like my father and uncles. Somehow the gift skipped a generation. I’m an Irish guy who can’t sing.”

Bottom Right: Mike with the statue of John B. Keane in Listowel.

Mike’s luck of being Irish began 68 years ago as the son of Michael and Mary O’Hearn, back in Manitowoc, Wis., a small town close to Green Bay and his beloved Packers. It would have been even smaller without Mike, his three siblings and some of his 30 cousins. “Family was everything,” said Mike. “Everything revolved around family. I think I was grown before I ever went to an event that wasn’t a family affair. It was just a lot of fun.” The O’Hearns immigrated to America during the Potato Famine of the 1840s, settling in Maple Grove, a tiny Wisconsin village that was “100 percent Irish,” said Mike. “Every person alive and dead was Irish. Manitowoc was much more mixed.” “For years, we thought the family came from Cork,” said Mike. “It wasn’t until later that we discovered that Cork was a place of debarkation for America, so everyone’s passport was stamped ‘Cork.’ Every Irish person thinks they’re from Cork.” Mike, of course, went to the parish school and played on the sports teams, known as The Gaels. He would go on to the Naval Academy and a stellar career. Mike always assumed he was going to marry a Colleen. That was until he met Maria Vlapopoulos. Married for 37 years, they have three children, Casey, Thalia and Alexi. Maria has been a teacher at Maury for many years. They have been members of the Club for 12 years. “We embrace each other’s cultures,” said Mike.

Maria often plays Irish music when at home and Mike becomes Mike O’Hearnopoulos during Greek Fest, where he has volunteered for years. Every other year, the O’Hearns host what might be the biggest St. Patrick’s party in Hampton Roads. “It starts about 6:30 p.m. and goes to about 4:30 a.m. We usually have about 120 people. I’m in bed and people are still in the house.” Last summer, the O’Hearns did something that was loooong overdue. They went to Ireland. “I had never been there,” said Mike. As the plane was descending, the flight attendant went around distributing forms for customs, depending on whether you were an Irish or American citizen. Without asking, she handed Mike an Irish form.

“I knew right then I was going to have a great time,” said Mike. “I was going home.” He maintains the Irish’s greatest traits are their loyalty and refusal to complain. “The Irish have endured a lot over the years, but we never blame anyone else.” “And the Irish,’ says Mike, ‘are the most well adjusted people on the planet. When Sigmund Freud did his studies on the Irish, he concluded they were the only people who couldn’t benefit from psychotherapy. We need it.” If you need any more proof that everyone wishes they were Irish, check for yourself on St. Patrick’s Day, said Mike. “It’s the only ethnic holiday in America that everyone celebrates.” O’Case closed.



Home, Sweet Home

Five homes of NYCC members highlight the Norfolk Home and Garden Tour. The theme of this year’s April 26 tour is “Stay the Day.” The tour is part of Historic Garden Week in Virginia.

Conrad and Anne Shumadine’s home.

Activities include a lecture on floral arranging by Peter Hatch, Director of Gardens and Grounds at Monticello, a bird watching class, a concert and tour of the Hermitage Museum, which is celebrating its Robert and Lily Reis’ home. 75th anniversary. Lunch is available at NYCC. All the homes are in Lochhaven, near the Club. Conrad and Anne Shumadine’s waterfront Colonial Revival at 7401 Glencove Place was built in 1937. Extensively renovated, it Rick and Randy Wyatt’s home. is now 5,300-square feet. Paintings by Eliot Clark and Charles Sibley reflect Conrad and Anne’s love of nature. Beautifully landscaped, it features a “secret garden” at the end of the property. A curving row of Shamrock hollies line the walkway to Robert and Lily Reis’ Georgian Revival home at 7409 Glencove Place. Highlights include spectacular water and garden views from almost every room and a stunning crystal chandelier in the dining room.

Michael and Cathy Burnett’s home.

The tour proceeds to 7600 North Shore, the home of Rick and Randy Wyatt. Built in 1935, the house features a floating spiral staircase and is filled with heirloom antiques and objects d’art. At 7622 Argyle Avenue is Michael and Cathy Burnett’s dove gray 1926 Dutch Colonial. The nautical blue walls and artifacts attest to the family’s love of the water. Geoff and Sandy Clark’s Georgian Colonial at 7720 Argyle Avenue is the final members’ home. Family photography and artwork add to the comfortable informal feeling. Mrs. Clark’s garden is worth seeing alone. It all adds up to a spectacular day. For prices and how to obtain tickets, email contact@

The Fitness Center is ready to clear out the old and bring in the new! Stop in at the Fitness Retail Shop and get 10% off any retail clothing item in stock: jackets, fleeces, windbreakers and polo shirts, all 10 percent off. Offer not valid for special order items or on other merchandise (i.e. Tervis Tumblers and water bottles). Our retail feature for the month of March is another great deal. Sunglass straps are just $4.99. They’re great for any sport from sailing to tennis or squash or just for your daily run. Or to just hang out and look cool. Available in six colors.

From the Pools The Fitness Center can help with swim lessons! We want all our NYCC kids to feel safe and comfortable in the water this spring and summer. Our instructors are here to help youngsters improve their swimming and water safety skills. Private and group swim lessons are available. Looking for a Sea Dragons swim clinic to help your son or daughter prepare for the upcoming season? Check at the Fitness Center for more details on clinics and lessons.

Quad Party Spring Kick-Off at Cavalier March 31, 2012

Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club invites all NYCC members to the Annual Quad Party. Travel the country via a multitude of Chef-Attended Live Action stations featuring foods from various regions around the United States! Entertainment: Lewis & Kayce McGehee 7:00-9:00pm The Rare Mixx Band 9:00-11:00pm $50.00 ++ per person Includes Domestic Beer & House Wines

Geoff and Sandy Clark’s home. 4

Super Spring Sale

Call NYCC at 423-4500 to make a reservations or register online!


Put It On Cruise Control

Vellines Chairs Junior Sailing 28, who joined the Club recently as a legacy and got off the family nickel. “The Club has been such a big part of my life. The strength of the Club relys on the participation of its members.”

Cruise season is fast approaching. It kicks off with the Shakedown cruise to Hampton Yacht Club, Saturday and Sunday, May 19-20. This short cruise is a good time to check out your boat and get together with other boaters for an evening at HYC. We have reciprocal arrangements with Hampton Yacht Club, so the overnight stay is FREE. Our intrepid cruisers head for the Northern Neck, June 24-26, arriving in time for dinner on Friday evening at Matthews Yacht Club. Saturday is a leisurely cruise to the Eastern Branch of the Corrotoman River. Boaters will spend the evening at Eagles Landing Club House and enjoy a potluck dinner. Sunday morning will be a brunch at the home of an NYCC member. This is another great deal as there are no overnight charges at either destination. A fall cruise to Smithfield Station is scheduled for the Sept 28-30 weekend. This trip is a ‘joint venture’ with Indian Creek Yacht Club. Smithfield will be celebrating the annual “Aiken’s and Friends Fest.” Mike Aiken is often compared to songwriters like Jimmy Buffett and Kenny Chesney for his signature breezy sound and to John Prine for his thoughtful lyrics. Many other artists will perform, all to benefit local youth music programs. You can find out more by visiting Our friends from Indian Creek Yacht will accompany us back to NYCC for a pier party Sunday afternoon and evening. FYI: A May 2011 survey of the Pagan River confirms channel depth of greater than 6 ft. Our final cruise is to Cape Charles, Oct. 1921. This is another opportunity to cruise the Chesapeake Bay. Shopping and restaurants are within easy walking distance to the city marina, where we will tie up. Cape Charles also has great golf courses nearby. As with all the cruises, if you can only make it for one night, come anyway. For more info, contact a member of the Yachting Committee.

It would be hard to find anyone more connected to junior sailing. Vellines learned to sail in the junior program. Later, he was an assistant instructor, graduated to instructor and then was director of the summer program for several years. The torch has been passed to the third generation of Vellines. John Vellines Jr. has been appointed chairman of the Junior Sailing Committee. He’s got big shoes to follow in. John’s dad, Big John, has been one of the driving force behind the popular “Family Fishing Tournament” at the Club, morphs into Santa Claus at our annual Christmas and has served on a host of committees. Grandad, Jack, an NYCCer for many years, is and avid fisherman and one of the Club’s most revered members. “This is a great opportunity to grow the junior sailing program and give back,” said Vellines,

Free Boat Inspections The USCG Aux will conduct voluntary boat safety inspections at the Club. This is a great opportunity to make sure your boat is safe from stem to stern. The USCG Aux will inspect your boat’s safety gear and apply a sticker to your boat indicating you are a “safe boater.” In addition to the peace of mind you’ll have, a sticker is very useful when underway. More often than not, when the Coast Guard spot the sticker, they know you are a responsible boater and wave you on. If anything is found amiss or lacking upon inspection, the USCG will provide a list of items that need to be corrected and come back later to re-inspect your boat. This is a totally win-win situation. At no time will the USCG Aux issue any kind of report or citation.

“When I was a kid, my summers at the Club went like this,” said Vellines, with a laugh. “I’d have Sea Dragon swim practice in the morning, then go to junior sailing. Then, we’d have a grilled cheese sandwich for lunch and then head over to tennis. After that, we’d hang out at the pool, or head back out on the water. It was great.” John received his undergrad degree at Radford and earned his master’s in sports management from VCU. He and his wife, Ashley, married last summer and live in Colonial Place with their dog Drake. Many veteran sailing parents will be assisting John and serving on his committee. One parent is Flurry Yanez, a veteran sailor who starred at Old Dominion. Vellines will oversee the program. “Junior sailing has been a great program,’ said Vellines, ‘but we want to make it even stronger and I think being connected to the Yachting Committee and getting their input and experience will help us do that.” Vellines sees Junior Sailing growing in two ways. “There has to be a balance,” he said. “Obviously, we want to provide a high level of instruction and develop sailors who are competitive locally and even nationally, but that is only a piece of it. The major part is helping kids of all skill levels learn to sail and have a great time. The bottom line is that whatever a child’s goal is, they have fun. We want sailors to go home and tell their folks ‘I had a great day at sailor camp.’” 5


Raising An Early Racquet

SRO Crowd It’s been standing room only in the Tennis Shop recently. Between the mild winter weather this year and some great tennis on TV, it’s not unusual to find the Tennis Shop packed on Saturday or Sunday mornings with interested spectators, but only after they’ve had a go on the courts themselves. First it was the Australian Open and all those thrilling late round matches ending with the epic Djokovic – Nadal final that went 5 sets and almost 6 hrs. Then the exciting Davis Cup tie between the USA and Switzerland when North Carolina’s John Isner upset Roger Federer to help the US advance to the quarterfinals. We think it’s an omen for a great year of tennis ahead!

No matter how cold it is, the tennis is always hot on Saturday mornings at the Club. On an early February morning when you can see your breath, four doubles matches have been underway since 7:30. There’s Buddy Lex and his Saturday/Sunday band of regulars on two courts. A quartet of doctors are slamming away on an adjacent court and there’s another group of guys going at it on a front court.

(“It’s all relative,” said Murray). There’s lots of lobs and banter. Winners bring whoops of joy. Play is interrupted occasionally for a pit stop. “We want to win,” said Mike Devine. “But no one is very serious. It’s just great to get out early and have fun.” Said Wiley Wood, “It gets you out of the house.” And out of some chores, at least for awhile, noted Wiley.

Most have been playing for 20 years, or in 86-year-old Lex’s case, “forever.” The players range in age from Billy Wilson, 49, to Lex.

Like many of these weekend warriors, Devine played tennis when younger, then stopped playing before picking up the game again.

“I used to play with some of these guys’ fathers,” said Buddy, who still can put some mustard on his serve. “It’s a good thing we always have some doctors around, just in case anyone goes down.”

The morning starts with drawing cards to see who will be partners. After the first set, players switch partners, so everyone in a foursome gets to play with each other. Lex’s crew has a roster of 10 players, with two off every week. If you can’t make it, there’s always a sub ready to jump in.

There is no shortage of docs, that’s for sure. Marc Rice, Marty Goldberg and Ed Lilly are part of the Saturday/Sunday gang. Kevin Murray, Tom Klevan, and Paul Conkling are just one court away. The only thing that stops most of them is when the courts start thawing after a freeze and get mushy. “Like when it’s between about 33-35 degrees,’ said Marc Rice, ‘otherwise we’re here 52 weeks a year.” A fierce storm sometimes sends them over to Old Dominion, where they try to sneak into the indoor courts. The guys have slowed some over the years 6

Junior Squash

After the matches on Saturday, players hit the Clubhouse for coffee and donuts and talk. “We solve most of the world’s problems here,” said Wiley. The guys who come back on Sundays celebrate surviving another round of matches with mimosas – champagne and orange juice. Other familiar Saturday players are Don Gartrell, Bobby Howerin, Bob Branch, Wayne Berry, Nelson Arnold, Billy Eisenbeiss, and Bob Carroll. How long are they going to keep playing? “As long as we can,” said Lex.

Earlier this winter the Club offered a free Junior Squash clinic to encourage more junior play. Tennis Director John Kreis enlisted the help of Norfolk Academy Tennis Coach and accomplished squash player Michael Duquette to help him conduct a free clinic for 12 young NYCC squash players. The coaches put them through drills and played points with the group for an hour and a half before all left tired, happy, and more excited about another great sporting activity the Club has to offer. Kreis couldn’t have been more elated. I really appreciate the support from the Squash playing members in encouraging the young kids to play, especially the Flemmer family. They are always quick to offer help and suggest good coaches for us to bring in to help out. That kind of attitude by the membership is what makes this Club so great! For more information about our Junior Squash Tournament in March, contact John at the tennis shop for details.


He Leaves Others In His Wake

A St. Patrick’s Day Class Combo. Four 45-minute classes back to back at just $5.00 each.

On an average day, Zac Paryzek swims about 7,500 yards. That’s nearly 4.5 miles. “I spend so much time in the water, I think I can swim better than I can walk,” said the Maury High star.

Or take all four for just $20.00. Make sure you wear green to be entered in a free raffle. Watch for the flyer to get more information.

Zac has several shoeboxes full of ribbons and medals and trophies on the mantle to attest to that. At the Eastern District High School meet recently, the 17-year old senior added four more medals to his collection, winning the 100 free and backstrokes and anchoring the 200 and 400-meter relays. His sister Emily, a sophomore, is also a stellar performer at Maury. As S&S went to press, Zac had his sights on winning a gold medal at the state meet. Paryzek recalls being “about 3” when his folks, Hope and Andy, decided with all the water around Norfolk it would be a good idea if he learned how to swim. Little did they know he was part fish. “I pretty much took to it,” he said. “I started on the Sea Dragons when I was 5. I guess I was about 9 or so when I decided I wanted to get serious about swimming and be the best I could.” At 12, Zac set four Virginia swimming agegroup records. At Maury, he holds school records in four events. “I love competing and I love just being in the water,” he said. “It’s fun. But I had no idea how much hard work it is.” In addition to being on the NYCC’s Sea Dragons and Maury, Zac swims for Tri-Cities Aquatic Club. Most mornings, he’s in the pool by 5:30 and back in the water for an evening practice. When he’s not swimming, he’s usually lifting weights. “I’m still not used to getting up so early,” he said.

NYCC Clover Classic

Above: Zac representing Maury at the HS Eastern Regional Swim Meet. Left: Zac at one of his first All-Star meets representing NYCC Sea Dragons. With all that, he manages to maintain a 3.2 GPA while taking several AP classes. “Other interests?” he said, laughing. “We swim year-round with maybe a week off. So, there’s not a lot of time. If I can, I go scuba diving.” After Maury, Zac will attend Florida Institute of Technology on a swimming scholarship. He will study engineering. He hopes the Olympics might also be in his future. “I’d like to try for it,” said Zac, who is 5-10 and 162 pounds. “I’d have to improve my technique and practice a lot harder.” He sees distance events as his ticket to the Olympics. Zac, who has a poster of Michael Phelps in his room, is like the 14-time gold medalist in one respect. He is a food-inhaling machine a la Phelps who has been known to put away 12,000 calories a day. “I can do some damage,” Zac confesses. However, as far as his swimming career goes, Zac will remember where it all started. “The Club gave me a great foundation and training in the basics and encouraged me that I could be a good swimmer.”

Group Exercise is Booming The New Year has brought many new members to our group exercise classes. This is a good time to review some of the rules-ofthumb to keep in mind when attending your favorite class: • Introduce yourself to the instructor if you are a new participant. • Be sure to bring water to class…hydration is very important. • Comfortable/appropriate workout clothes and shoes are essential. • Please try to be at class in time for the warm up and stay long enough for the cool down. Both are important in preventing injury. • If you do need to leave early, please let the instructor know ahead of time to avoid concern. • Be courteous of others and keep talking to a minimum during instruction. • If you have a question for the instructor on form or other things related to the class, be sure to address it before or after class. • Please keep those cell phones off or on vibrate. Be prepared to step out of class if you must answer a call. Finally, have FUN during your workout!! You can pick up a current Group Exercise Schedule for the month at the Fitness Center to see what’s new. 7

Norfolk Yacht & Country Club 7001 Hampton Blvd. Norfolk, VA 23505


March 2012 Sunday




Restaurant Hours (Closed Monday):

Fitness Center Hours:

Main Dining Lunch: Tues-Sun 12-2:30 p.m. Room Dinner: Sun-Thu 6-9 p.m., Fri/Sat 6-9:30 p.m.

Mon.-Thurs. 5:00 a.m.- 9:00 p.m. Friday 5:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 7:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

The Deck

Breakfast/Brunch: Sun 9-2:30 p.m. Lunch: Tues-Sat 12-2:30 p.m. Dinner: Sun-Thur 5:30-9 p.m., Fri/Sat 5:30-9:30 p.m.

The Grill

Lunch: Tues-Sat 12-2:30 p.m., Sun 12-9 p.m. Dinner: Tues-Sat 6-9 p.m.


Breakfast Buffet & Brunch Buffet Prime Rib Dinner Special


Breakfast Buffet & Brunch Buffet Prime Rib Dinner Special

Breakfast Buffet & Brunch Buffet Prime Rib Dinner Special

Cardio Tennis Clinic






Main Club Closed Cardio Tennis Clinic


Main Club Closed Cardio Tennis Clinic

Cardio Tennis Clinic


Breakfast Buffet & Brunch Buffet Prime Rib Dinner Special Cardio Tennis Clinic


Steak Night: Rib Eye or New York Strip with Soup and Salad Bar and Twice Baked Potato and Steamed Broccoli. $18++

Cardio Tennis Clinic



All You Can Eat Shrimp. Steamed or Fried with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides $17++

Main Club Closed

Cardio Tennis Clinic


Youth Hours Mon.-Thurs. 12:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. Fri.-Sun. 12:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.


Main Club Closed Cardio Tennis Clinic

All You Can Eat Shrimp. Steamed or Fried with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides $17++

All You Can Eat Shrimp. Steamed or Fried with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides $17++


All You Can Eat Shrimp. Steamed or Fried with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides $17++

Steak Night: Rib Eye or New York Strip with Soup and Salad Bar and Twice Baked Potato and Steamed Broccoli. $18++

Steak Night: Rib Eye or New York Strip with Soup and Salad Bar and Twice Baked Potato and Steamed Broccoli. $18++


Steak Night: Rib Eye or New York Strip with Soup and Salad Bar and Twice Baked Potato and Steamed Broccoli. $18++
















Blue Plate Special: Veal Marsala with Pasta and Grilled Vegetables. $17++

Blue Plate Special: Page Broiled or Fried Turners Filet of Flounder with Book Club Choice of Two Sides. Meeting $15++

Blue Plate Special: Roast Berkshire Rack of Pork with Fried Apples, Mashed Potatoes, and Green Beans. $16++

Blue Plate Special: Broiled or Fried Crab Cakes with Tartar Sauce and Choice of Two Sides. $17++

St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Buffet with Reg Lanning from 6:3010 p.m.

Virginia Dine Around with the Mike Profit Band from 7-10:30 p.m.

Board of Governors


Blue Plate Special: Jumbo Coconut Shrimp with Orange Ginger Dipping Sauce, Rice Pilaf, and Stir-Fry Vegetables. $18++


Seafood Buffet

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