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Ship & Shore



Dink Would Be Proud NYCC boaters made a strong showing at the 11th annual Dink Vail Regatta, held to honor long-time NYCC member. Club Commodore Jim Forrester skippered Anjalei to victory in the Cruising Class with Bill Ripley’s Obsession second. In the PHRF Non-Spinnaker Class, Jeff Heller in Serendipity was second.

difference over the second place finisher, went to Leo Waldrup, who sailed Black Widow and who also won in the PHRF Non-Spinnaker Class. In all, 14 boats, including four from NYCC, competed in the 5.8-mile race in the southern bay, which took place Sept. 3rd.

The Dink Vail Perpetual Cup, awarded to the winner of his class with the biggest time

Tailgatin’ Time

IN THIS ISSUE Around The Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 3

Don’t forget the Club offers a number of tailgate friendly food to go for all your fall activities! Pick up a menu today!

NYCC News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 4 Yachting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 5 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 6 Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 7 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 8

Fried Chicken. Shrimp Cocktail. Cole Slaw. Wings. Sandwich Trays. Potato Salad. Fruit and Veggie Platters. Ribs.



Time to Fire Up the Grills It won’t be long before the smell of slow cooked barbecue and ribs will be wafting over the Club. The Great Pork-A-Palooza cook-off pitting the Club’s top grillmeisters is Oct. 16. In addition to an infinite variety of barbecue, there’ll be a host of other dishes to sample and plenty of adult beverages to wash them down. The “Velvet Marias” band, which includes Club member John Ran Smith, will be entertaining from 2 to 5 p.m. If you’re interested in being a Chef in this year’s competition, please join us for a Chef ’s meeting on Tuesday, October 11th at 7 p.m. in the Grill.

FAX: 757-423-6764


From the President I am sure that all of you took my advice from the August Ship & Shore and reviewed your hurricane plans at that time. We were lucky once again that we did not sustain a direct hit from a major hurricane, but it is easy to imagine what could happen to our area if we did. Damage at the Club was minimal, in part due to the good work of our staff. Our Harbormaster Dino, along with the able assistance of Barry and Brandon (see page 5), worked tirelessly to get our waterfront ready. With the storm predicted to arrive late Saturday, our Club Manager Jim Grady already had a full schedule. He left early Friday morning to drive his son to college, returning through Richmond to see his new grandchild who was born the day before, and then came back to the Club to orchestrate the preparations. With the additional help of Chef Marty Riddle, our Commodore Jim

Forrester and others, we were able to secure the Club for the approaching storm. Sand bags were put out to keep water out of our main club building and they also helped reduce damage to the tennis shack. Owners moved their boats as requested and our high school sailors worked hard to secure the FJ fleet. Even though we had some damage and lost electricity, the preparation paid off. Let’s hope we have no more storms this season. Looking forward, I hope you will take advantage of upcoming club events and enjoy our fine restaurants and facilities.

Respectfully Submitted, John Deal

A new menu will be offered in early October in the Club’s dining rooms. We hope that the changes will help keep the Club’s offerings current with all the local choices available to our members. Your comments and suggestions are always appreciated. The annual Pork-a-Palooza will be held on Sunday, October 16th, from 2:00-5:00 in the marina. Come out and support the Member Chefs in this fun competition. The “Velvet Marinas” will provide this years entertainment. Additionally, the Boots Taylor Member –Member Tennis Tournament will be held this


President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Commodore

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

Governors Robert Blackman Chip Finch Katherine B. Finney Richard Keatley John Murray Susan M. Roady Committee Chairs Entertainment Chip Finch Finance David E. Moore Pool, Health Martha Colen and Fitness House Susan Bryant Junior Sailing Randy Webb Membership Patrick Baker Tennis Gatewood Dashiell Yachting James Forrester Phone Numbers: Main Club: 423-4500 Main Club Fax: 423-6764 Tennis: 423-6737 Fitness: 489-5385

From the Manager The Club suffered some minor damage with our brush with Irene in late August. We hope to have the repairs to C/D access pier and the floor covering to the tennis building completed shortly. Also, the on-going upgrades to the fuel system should be finished in early October.

Officers & Committee Chairs

weekend and you may wish to catch some of the finals on your way to the cook-off. An Oktoberfest themed buffet has been scheduled for Friday the 21st. Traditional cuisine paired with some German beers and wines will be offered. The Children’s Halloween party will be held in the Club’s ballroom on Sunday the 30th. Recent reciprocal clubs added to our list include the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club and the University Club of Memphis. October is one of the best months at the club to enjoy the sunsets from the Deck or Marina, a game of tennis or the pool area as we hold on to the warm autumn weather. Jim Grady, CCM General Manager

Get The Picture Bring your own art materials and easel and come to a portrait workshop. The Club is offering a seven-week workshop for all levels of art experience. Beginning Oct. 4, the sessions will be held Tuesdays in the Ballroom, from 9 a.m. to noon. This is an excellent chance to sharpen your skills, working with a live model. Attendees will work on their own, but Club member and portrait artist Ron Primm will be on hand to offer advice and guidance. Artists may work in any medium they choose – watercolor, pastel, charcoal. Those working in oil should use Turpenoid or Gamsol. Cost for the seven weeks is $25. The model fee will be divided among the participants. Any questions regarding material, please contact Ron Primm at ronprimm@primmco. com or call 651--5455. Drop by or call the Club to register.

Around the Club A League of Their Own “With the first pick, Finney’s Folly selects Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson.” So began the 9th annual Norfolk Players Fantasy League draft, which took place in the club’s Regency Room. The league was started by John (“The Commissioner”) Crumpler as a way for longtime buddies to stay in touch and “show how much football we don’t know.” “I can’t remember all the bad picks I’ve made. There’ve been a lot,” continued the Commish, who also doubles as the owner of Crump’s Crush. “It’s just been a lot of fun. Most of the original guys are still in it.” Most of the “owners” came with their “cheat sheet” fantasy newsletters and lap tops to spew out instant stats and analyses of players and give the lowdown on “the best player available.” Some even brought “general managers.” Rookies owner Jamie Marshall brought his son, Parker, to help with his selections. Eric Miller of Miller’s Marauders had his son Rowan at his side. Points are awarded based on statistics and cash prizes – “No trophies, just hard cash,” said Crumpler - are handed out at the end of the season.

The last two years Emmett’s Rayduhs (that’s Raiders if you are from Brooklyn) has walked off with the top prize. “What’s my secret?” said Emmett Moore. “I’m not sure. I don’t really have a system.” Tom Berkley, owner of the Brutes and a twotime league champ, went into the night not knowing exactly who he was going draft. But the Redskins fan sure knew who he wasn’t.

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble Calling all ghosts and goblins...It’s that time of year again for the annual Childrens’ Halloween party. It will be held Sunday, Oct. 30, from 3 to 5 p.m. Kids, come in costume and bring a sack to take your treats and prizes back home. There’ll be plenty of traditional games and crafts, plus goodies for the whole family. A canned good per child or $10 donation per family is your admission to the fun. All donations will go to the Food Bank to help those in need.

“Won’t pick a Dallas Cowboy. Never have. Never will. I don’t care how good he is.” “The best thing about playing isn’t winning, it’s the camaraderie and getting on your buddies on Monday.” The draft got under way just past 6:30, with Folly’s owner Sam Finney pasting Peterson’s name on the big board in the front of the room. It ended 16 rounds, three pitchers of beer (“We start them with three and then they are on their own,” said the Commish) and four hours later. “It’s gonna be my year,” was a frequent refrain during the night. They’ll find out when they all get together in the Grill to watch the games on the final night of the season.

Oktoberfest Buffet Friday, October 21st

Goulash Soup and Ham & Lentil Soup Rhineland Salad with Dill-Marinated Cucumbers, Pickled Shrimp Cured and Smoked Meats and Cheeses Smoked Cured Pork Loin Hot German Potato Salad Sauerbraten with Ginger Snap Gravy Beef Roulade Assorted Wursts Steamed in Beck’s Ale Black Forest Sauerkraut Poached Rhine Salmon Bavarian Mustard Chicken Wiener Schnitzel Fresh Herb Buttered Spatzle Braised Red Cabbage European Peasant Breads Apple Strudel Black Forest Cake $20++ 3


Field of Dreams IV

Our Boys of Summer visited six more ballparks this season. That makes 26 they’ve taken in on their five-year mission to see a game in every major league stadium. This year’s journey, the fourth for our lads, began April 26 with a flight to Miami. The first night they spent under the lights, but it wasn’t at Sun Life Stadium, home of the Florida Marlins. “We headed for South Beach to check out the night life,” said NYCC member Hervey Trimyer. “First things first.” It was on to baseball the next day for the foursome, which included absentee club member Dickie Fraim, Pete Keilty and Wayne Parks. Tampa Bay’s Tropicana Field was next, where Hervey spotted ESPN hoop maniac Dick Vitale and yelled, “Watch out for those Old Dominion Monarchs this season!” On the way to Atlanta’s Fulton County

Norman and Betsy Mason’s Peggy Sue and David and Penny West’s Pretty Penny covered 2,400 miles on their four month summer cruise. The Masons’ trawler and the West’s catamaran, dubbed the Odd Couple by fellow summer cruisers, journeyed to Canada. Our intrepid sailors left Lake Champlain and its spectacular view of the Adirondacks to the west and the Green Mountains to the east and headed south in mid-August. The goal was to get home before the hurricane blew in. “But Hurricane Irene came a little earlier than we anticipated,” said Norman in an e-mail. “It was pretty clear this was a storm to avoid.”


Stadium, designated driver Parks managed to run a stop light with the police sitting at the intersection. “How do you do that?” said Trimyer. “Somehow Wayne talked him out of the ticket.” According to Trimyer, the boys logged 2,700 car miles. The beer count is still being computed. The trip concluded with games at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, St. Louis’ new Busch Stadium and 39-year-old Kaufman Stadium in Kansas City. Visiting “old Norfolk friends” makes the annual pilgrimage even more special, said Trimyer. “It gets better every year.” This year the guys dropped in on Bruce Howard, former Norfolk Catholic star and Chicago White Sox pitcher,

Home Sweet Home

The couples decided to stay at a huge 1,000 slip marina in Haverstraw, N.Y. rather than put in closer to the coast. “It proved to be a good decision,” said Norman. The storm brought in winds of 70 miles an hour that devastated Vermont and the Erie Canal, but spared the Peggy Sue and Pretty Penny any damage. They enjoyed nearly perfect weather as they made their way down the Hudson River and along the New Jersey coast to Solomons, Md. While the Wests decided to extend their cruise and return at a more leisurely pace, the Masons sailed on home, arriving Sept. 8th.

in Sarasota. In Louisville, they spent a day with former ODU assistant basketball coach Mike Pollio, now Louisville’s assistant athletic director. And in Cincy, they received a special invitation from Portsmouth native and longtime “Voice of the Reds” Marty Brennerman to join them in the announcer’s booth. Trimyer and pals kept alive two streaks. They have yet to nab a foul ball and have never suffered a rainout, though this time it was close. “It was raining when we got to Kansas City, but as soon as we entered the park, the sun broke out.” So far, Arizona’s Bank of America Stadium has earned their top rating with four ballparks left for next year to complete the circuit. They also plan to go back to New York one day to check out the new Yankee Stadium and the Mets’ CitiField, built since they started their mission. “Maybe,” says Trimyer, “we’ll take the wives on that trip.”

While it’s good to get home, Norman said, “Thoughts of the next cruise are already starting.”


Marina Weathers Hurricane

Thanks to some long hours of preparation and longer hours of hard work, the marina and boats sustained very little damage during Hurricane Irene. “It required about three days to get all the boats to safety and secure the dock area,” said Harbormaster Dino Kunic, who supervised the effort. In all, more than 30 boats were moved from their lifts to the parking lot and another 40-plus boats were taken from their dry slips to safer ground. In addition, the junior sailing fleet had to be anchored down, dock carts and recycling bins stored, fuel systems secured and the Dock House floor cleared. “We got about a foot of water in the Dock House and a few boats had some damage,” said Dino. “But, everything considered, we dodged a bullet.” Whew.

Fall Cruise to the Northern Neck

The Can Do Man

Ask Brandon Taylor what he does and he shrugs his shoulders and says, “a little bit of this and a little bit of that.” Ask Harbormaster Dino Kunic what Taylor does and he almost bursts into song. “Everything and then some. You don’t have to tell him what to do. He just does it.” Brandon, a junior at Old Dominion University, is in his third year working at the Club. During the summer, he’s Dino’s right-hand guy as Assistant Harbormaster, tending to the marina. In the fall, he works banquets and helps out in the bar, Dining Room or Grill or wherever he’s needed. “I love it here. I stay every year until they kick me out for the winter,” said Brandon, who was busy recently, repairing the latch on a Dock Box that had blown into the water during Hurricane Irene. For days leading up to Hurricane Irene, Dino and Brandon helped boat owners move their crafts to safety, hooked up winches and secured the docks. And then put everything back together when Irene left town.

Join other NYCC yachters on a fall week-end cruise to the Corrotoman River on Virginia’s Northern Neck.

On Saturday night during the height of the storm, Brandon hunkered down at the Club to keep an eye on things.

Individual cruisers should plan to arrive at the anchorage spot at 5:00 PM on Saturday, October 1st. We will be anchoring on the Eastern Branch of the Corrotoman at approximately 37.43.31 N 76.25.57 W.

“It was pretty amazing watching the hurricane move in and the winds pick up. I stayed until about midnight when the winds were up to about 55-60 miles an hour.”

A social and pot luck dinner is planned for Saturday evening at the Eagle Landing Club House right off anchorage location. A dinghy service to and from the Club House will be organized by the group.

About the only place he hasn’t worked at the Club is in the kitchen and “It’s a good thing I haven’t,” he said, laughing. Brandon is happiest when he is working on the docks.

Sunday morning, join us for a breakfast/ brunch at Eagle Landing Club House.

“I love being outside on the water. I had an inside job once and hated it.”

Sign up/more information: contact Steen Baerentz at or 757-3531925.

He inherited his love of the water from his grandfather, who used to take him boating on the Rappahannock. His hobbies are wake boarding and “attempting to surf.”

But the best part of being Assistant Harbormaster, he said, is working with Dino. “I’ve learned so much.” Like what? “Well, that I can’t sing, for one thing. I leave that to Dino. Mostly, I’ve learned a lot about life and how to deal with people and solve problems. Dino has a philosophy on just about everything.” Brandon, who grew up in Chesapeake, is single, but has a long-time girlfriend, Margaret. Though he probably will pursue a career in civil engineering when he graduates, Brandon hopes he’ll still find time to “hang around” the Club for a few more summers.

Yachting Division Fall Dinner

The Yachting Division’s Annual Fall Dinner is Thursday, Nov. 3. Enjoy some great food and get the scoop on what’s in store on the water for the coming year. It gets under way at 6 p.m. with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the Lafayette Room/Main Bar. Dinner, featuring Seafood Newburg and sliced London broil, is at 7. Fall Race Series winners will be honored. You don’t have to be a boat owner to attend. All are welcome. Cost is $30. Contact Meriel Wright or anyone on the yachting committee for more information. 5

Tennis Junior Tennis Championships Neither torrid temps nor heavy rains stopped our young players from putting on a great show at the club Junior Tennis Championships. Dalton Nisbett took home two trophies in the competition held in late August. Dalton won the 13-and-under singles title, downing Carter Furr in the finals, and then teamed with Thomas Joy to take the doubles title. Taylor and Will Acra were runners-up. Ann-Meg Keatley was the winner in the 18-and-under competition, defeating Emily Martin. John Crumpler and John VahediFaridi claimed the doubles title, downing Elske Parker and Ann-Meg Keatley. Perry Keatley and Madison Acra placed third and fourth in 18-and-under singles. Taylor Acra was third and Molly Sykes fourth in the younger division.

Irene Serves Up Change

Ladies Lunch League

The aftermath of Hurricane Irene has rearranged our tennis schedule. The new date for the Club Singles Championship is Oct. 8-9. There will be A, B and C level flights in both men and women’s competition. Entry fee is $10. Call or come by the Tennis Center to register.

It’s not too late to join the Ladies Lunch League on Wednesday (B Team) and Fridays (A Team) for some tennis and socializing over lunch. What could be better?

Boots Remembered

The annual Boots Taylor Member-Member Doubles tournament is Oct. 15-16. The tourney celebrates the late Taylor, one of the club’s most beloved members and a great tennis supporter.

Flights for all levels of players in Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Doubles will be offered. Entry fee is $15 per person for one event and $25 if playing two events. Matches will be scheduled to accommodate those attending Pork-A-Palooza, which takes place Oct. 16 6

Our teams continue to play through Nov. 4. Matches are played at 10 a.m. when at home and 9:30 a.m. when away. We are always looking for new players. If interested, contact Tennis Director John Kreis.


Something for the Whole Family... Wednesday, November 9th Ladies Night Out in the Lafayette Room Featuring a Sushi Bar

Thursday, November 10th Mens’ Night Out in the Grill NFL Games and a Texas Hold’em Tournament

Saturday, November 12th Couples Night Out in the Lafayette Room

Saturday, November 26th College Night in the Lafayette Room


Doug Goes The Distance “I try to get in three runs, three swims and two bike rides a week,” he said. “If I don’t do it as soon as I get up, it isn’t going to happen.” At the Club, he slips into the pool and churns out anywhere from 1,000 to 3,000 meters and takes Jenn Holzhausen’s spin class. His road runs are from 5 to 13 miles and he tries to log 30 to 50 miles on the bike. Doug’s training suffered a minor setback some weeks ago when he almost chopped off a finger while trimming some hedges. “I had to ride the spin bike like this,” he said, holding his finger in the air. “I couldn’t really train much for about four weeks. Nick Lynch did a great job and adapted the Survivor class to my injury.”

Doug Mitchell believes in taking the long way. Later this month, the 53-year-old pediatrician will be competing in his seventh triathlon, a Half Iron Man in Austin, Tex.

What’s harder, a triathlon or a marathon? “I’d say a marathon,” said Mitchell, who ran New York in 1999. “After a marathon, my feet feel like bricks.”

That’s a 1.2-mile swim, followed by a 56mile bike ride and a 13.1 mile run. He’s also completed six marathons.

Doug and his wife Karen, a nurse who is Director of the Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at CHKD, have five children between them.

Mitchell had no idea it was going to turn into this when he took up jogging when he was a medical student in Michigan. “I had gained quite a bit of weight as a student and decided I needed to lose a few pounds,” he said. Putting one foot in front of the other led to a seven-mile run and the realization that he had a lot more miles in the tank. Doug settled in Hampton Roads after joining the Center for Pediatric Research at The Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters and is now in practice at General Booth Pediatrics, under the CHKD umbrella. If his training regimen is any indication, Mitchell, who has been a NYCC member for four years, will be ready for the 70-mile plus Half Iron Man. Five to six predawn mornings a week, Doug is on the road or at the Fitness Center.

Doug’s strategy for conquering the Half Iron Man is simple. Don’t drown in the swim. “If I can get through the swim, my worst event, it’s all downhill, I hope.” Go, Doug.

Seasonal Massage

Keep Swimming Group Swim lessons will be offered on Sundays in October starting Oct 2nd. Lessons are 45 min and 3 levels will be offered. Contact the Fitness Center for more information. Sign ups required.

A New Beat Using rhythm as the source of inspiration to discover a new group fitness experience: Drums Alive®. Drums Alive® combines the benefits of a traditional physical fitness program with the brain affected benefits of music and rhythm and it is coming to NYCC! Join Kasey Rich on Saturday, Oct 22nd from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for a class instructional demo and then a full one hour workout! All Fitness Levels Welcome! Sign ups required at the Fitness Center Front Desk: space is limited. $15 includes the cost of your souvenir drumsticks!

Retail Item of the Month

We’ve got what you need to keep dry during rainy fall days!! NYCC Rain Slickers, Wind Breakers & Umbrellas are all available at the Retail Shop in the Fitness Center. Stop by to check things out!

Spooktacular Time in Child Care

During the month of October we are bringing the Harvest Season to you!

Let your kids join their friends at the NYCC Childcare Center!

An Apple/Pumpkin Body Scrub special will be available with massage therapist Marie Owens. You can add this scrub on to any massage or skip the massage and just get the scrub alone!

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the month of October, we’ll be reading Halloween books and listening to spooky stories! Tuesdays and Thursdays, we’ll be working on Happy Halloween crafts and costumes! Join us on the 31st (Halloween) and wear your costume! See you there!!

Appointments are necessary and can be booked through the Fitness Center Front Desk. The 30 minute scrub is $35.


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


October 2011 Sunday





Restaurant Hours (Closed Monday):

Fitness Center Hours:

Coming This November

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.

11/9: Ladies Night Out

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


Breakfast Buffet & Brunch Buffet

Breakfast Buffet & Brunch Buffet




Main Club Closed


Main Club Closed


Breakfast Buffet & Brunch Buffet Prime Rib Dinner Special


Childrens Halloween Party


Surf and Turf: Petit Filet Mignon and Baked Shrimp and Lump Crab with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides. $18++

Prime Rib Dinner Special



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

Prime Rib Dinner Special


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

Prime Rib Dinner Special




Main Club Closed


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


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


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

& Texas Hold’em

11/12: Couples Night Out 11/26: College Night





Surf and Turf: Petit Filet Mignon and Baked Shrimp and Lump Crab with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides. $18++









Blue Plate Special: Friday Night London Broil with Race and Mushroom Sauce, After Party Mashed Potatoes and Steamed Fresh Junior Pizza Vegetables. $15 and Tennis Night Ballroom Dancing

Blue Plate Special: Broiled or Fried Filet of Flounder with Hushpuppies and Choice of Sides. $15



11/10: Mens’ Night Out: NFL Games

Surf and Turf: Petit Filet Mignon and Baked Shrimp and Lump Crab with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides. $18++

Surf and Turf: Petit Filet Mignon and Baked Shrimp and Lump Crab with Soup and Salad Bar and Choice of Two Sides. $18++


Final Fall Friday Night Race and After Party

Boots Taylor MemberMember Tournament (15th & 16th)

Ballroom Dancing

Blue Plate Special: Roast Loin of Pork with Surry Sausage, Stuffing, Green Beans and Sweet Potatoes. $15

Oktoberfest Buffet

Ballroom Dancing


Blue Plate Special: Baked Jumbo Shrimp with Lump Crab Stuffing and Choice of Two Sides. $17

Seafood Buffet

Board of Governors Ballroom Dancing

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