The Oakmont News / June 15, 2014
9-Hole Monday Men’s Club
Andy Trinkino is our new Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. Welcome Andy! We have just completed our first of the season Eclectic Tournament. It was a five-round event. Now get this, our winner, Dan Levin, won the tournament with a 22 by completing only two rounds! Way to go, Dan! Second place was a tie between Gary Stone and Noel Schween who came in with a 23.
SWEEPS RESULTS FOR MAY 19 Two-Man Team, 12 Teams
First place tie: Art Boot/Dan Sienes, and Greg Carpenter/Vic Fryling, all with a 33. Third place tie: Noel Schween/Keith Wise, and Wayne Mickaelian/John Munkacsy, all with a 34. Closest-to-the-pin: Paul Lawler, 24’5”; Don Schulte, 42’1”, Dan Sienes, 63’1”.
On June 23 and 30, Evelyn Zigmont will bring Neil Simon’s California Suite to Playreaders. This play opened in Los Angeles in 1976 and is composed of three playlets, all set in Suite 20304 in The Beverly Hills Hotel. In Visitor from New York, a bickering couple argue over the best place for their daughter to live. In Visitors from London, a British actress worries about her chances for winning an Oscar and her failing marriage. Visitors from Chicago involves two couples who are good friends taking a vacation together when a tennis incident causes their friendship to unravel. California Suite became a movie in 1978, with Jane Fonda, Maggie Smith and Walter Matthau in the cast. Readers are Germaine Byrne, Honora Clemens, Pete Folkens and Ron White.
SWEEPS RESULTS FOR May 27 Individual Low Net, 25 Players
First place: Noel Schween with a 28. Second place: Tony D’Agosta with a 29. Third place tie: Al Bentham and Greg Carpenter, both with a 29.5. Fifth place tie: Clem Maassen, Bob Marotto and Dan Sienes, all with a 30.5. Eighth place: Wayne Mickaelian with 31. Closest-to-the-pin: Wayne Mickaelian, 20’0”; Phil Sapp, 23’2”; Lou Lari, 25’3”. Readers of Time Stands Still
June 28: Gongyo
Gongyo consists of chanting Nam-myoho-rengekyo and reciting parts of the “Expedient Means” and “Life Span” chapters of the Lotus Sutra. Doing gongyo consistently every day is like engaging in a regular spiritual workout, a daily exercise to develop our life’s most beautiful and noble qualities. You are cordially invited to join us on Saturday, June 28 and learn more about the benefits of this Buddhist practice and life philosophy. WHEN: Saturday, June 28, 2:30–4 p.m. WHERE: 20 Glengreen. Look for SGI sign at entrance of Glengreen Street. Monthly SGI Nichiren Buddhist discussion meetings of chanting, study and dialogue are open to all Oakmonters and are free of charge. Call Judy at 5383369 or Pj at 843-7266 for directions or more information. The meetings are held on the last Saturday of each month, except for holidays. See www.sgi-usa.org for additional information on Nichiren Buddhism.
Published on Jun 13, 2014