Chartwell Golf & Country Club
M ay Is s u e 2012
From the President....................................2 Golf...........................................................3 Greens........................................................5 Maintenance.............................................6 Tennis .......................................................7 Culinary .................................................10 Memories.................................................11 Social Calendar.........................................12 Kids........................................................13 Pool.........................................................14 Social Events............................................15
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Chartwell Chatter - May 2012
FROM THE PRESIDENT
Chartwell Golf & Country Club
Our Club is moving forward into another very busy season. Before discussing our
1 Chartwell Drive Severna Park, MD 21146
Members for their excellent support, cooperation, and understanding with regard to
and our selection committee is hard at work beginning their search for our new
Monday Closed Tuesday Food Service 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Bar Service until 9 p.m.
upcoming schedule of events, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the our management changes. Our new Executive Chef, Todd Weisz, is now on board General Manager. As your President, I am not immune to the many rumors that have circulated concerning the recent management changes. However, as with any personnel matter, we remain committed to preserving the confidential aspects of all such matters. I do want to assure you that your Board continues to take all the necessary steps to
Wednesday - Saturday Food Service 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Bar Service until 12 a.m.
insure our club remains financially strong. I am pleased to report that through the
Sunday Food & Bar Service 10 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Bar Service 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
future. Thanks to all those who submitted names for the reception. The response
Dinner Menu Available: Tuesday - Sunday from 5:30 p.m. As always, reservations are requested.
end of March we are ahead of budget by $69,000. Our prospective new member orientation was very successful and we anticipate adding more Members in the near was outstanding, keep up the good work! Our Membership Committee is always open to referrals and you can be sure they will follow up with every name submitted. Looking ahead, don’t forget to make your reservations for Mother’s Day on May 13. This is always well attended so plan now on joining us for Brunch (10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.) or a dinner buffet from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Memorial Day Weekend
Phone Numbers Clubhouse 410-987-0400
is just around the corner and with it the opening of the pool. We are happy to welcome back our swim team head coach Jessica Cahill. Signups for the swim team are complete but new swimmers are still welcome. Please contact the Club at
Clubhouse Fax 410-987-8469
GM@ChartwellGCC.com to register. Our first swim meet is scheduled for June 23,
Golf Pro Shop 410-987-4480
is scheduled to be removed during the first week of May. Start planning now for
Golf Pro Shop Fax 410-729-0678 Tennis Pro Shop 410-987-0400 ext.236 Grounds 410-987-1982 Pool 410-729-1030
so lots of practice time still remains to insure a great team record! The tennis bubble some outdoor fun on the courts! See you at the club! Rick Hans President www.ChartwellGCC.com
Our professional staff is on a mission for the 2012 season. We are trying to do more “coaching” and do less “teaching”. What do we mean by this? So often, especially this time of year, we go down for a lesson and just start working on our swings. And while it is a great time of the year to work on some basics or maybe even make a significant swing change, have you ever noticed that you often end up working on the same faults and fixes. I know I do. If I took a lesson from my old boss from 2002 he’d probably say “You still do that?” Our bodies usually revert back to what is comfortable and familiar, so making long lasting swing changes can be very hard. So it got us thinking and talking that we should be really trying to help golfers “play” or “score” better while also working on their swings. We are going to try to do more “coaching” on the course and also trying to create playing types of situations on the practice areas. Also, we are going to try to get our students to practice better which now gets me to the point of this article. Have you ever noticed that when you go down to practice how much repetition you get into? How often do you find yourself hitting a 7 iron, or worse yet a driver, over, over and over. I know I can be guilty of this from time to time. And when you do this, how often do you get into a nice groove with your swing, and gain confidence and then the 3
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next day, you can’t get that groove back on the golf course. Well, if you think about it, how many times do you get to hit the same club 2 times in a row from the same lie and to the same target on the golf course? The only time I can think of is when you’re hitting a provisional or after hitting one out of bounds. A better way to practice might be, after you get loosened up, try to “play golf ” on the range. Try to play 9 holes. Make boundaries for fairways with the targets provided. If you hit a good drive, grab the club that would most likely be used for the second shot and hit it. If you think it would have missed the green, hit a pitch shot. Do this for 9 holes while trying to work on your pre-shot routine, which must be the same routine that you use on the course. Keep changing your targets too, so you have to aim left on one shot and to the right on the next. By the end of your session, hopefully almost all of your clubs are out of your bag and leaning against it, instead of having just your 7 iron completely grass stained. On the short game area, don’t just hit bunker shot after bunker shot. Grab 3 balls and give yourself 3 different lies. Hit those 3 balls onto the green and then putt them out. Set a target score that’s appropriate to your skill level. For instance, if you’re a 2 handicap you’ll probably want to score no more than a 7 on those 3 balls. If you’re a 25 handicap a score of 9 might be your goal. This same
game could be played with Pitch and Chip shots. Give yourself good lies and bad lies just as you would get on the course. Start to evaluate the lie and how you might have to pick different types of shots or play to different targets on the green depending on each lie. Try to put a little pressure on yourself that you have to hit your target score 4 times in a row before you stop practicing. Now to the practice green: You know that big green by the clubhouse that none of us spend enough time on, let’s do similar types of practice. Again, don’t just grab 6 balls and hit putt after putt from one spot. You’re speed will get dialed in after 3 putts and you won’t really be getting good feedback out of the session. Putt from hole to hole for 9 holes with 1 ball and count your total putts. Also, keep track if you are missing putts short, long, left and right. If there is a pattern, talk to your coach about it and maybe there is something in your technique you need to work on or maybe you’re just not aligning yourself well. Bottom line, we are going to make a conscious effort to “coach” better this year and hopefully you can make the same effort to practice better.
UPCOMING GOLF EVENTS Men Saturday, May 5th & Sunday, May 6th - Spring Stroke Play Saturday, May 5th Shootout Qualifying Begins Saturday, May 12th & Sunday May 13th – Al Merritt & Presidents Friday, May 18th – One Day Member-Guest – 1:00 pm Shotgun Saturday, May 26th & Sunday May 27th – Al Merritt & Presidents Thurs. June 14th, Friday June 15th, Sat. June 16th – Member Guest Saturday, June 30th – Chartwell Cup 18 Holers Wednesday, May 16th – Ladies 18 & 9 Holer Mixer Wednesday, May 23rd & May 30th – Spring Handicap Rds. 1 & 2 Wednesday, June 20th – Member Guest – 9:00 am Shotgun 9 Holers Friday, May 4th – 9 Hole Inter-club – 9:00 am Shotgun Wednesday, May 16th – Ladies 18 & 9 Holer Mixer Thursday, May 31st – Pro Trophy Round 1 – 9:00 am Shotgun Wednesday, June 6th – Pro Trophy Round 2 – 9:00 am Shotgun Friday, June 22nd – 9 Hole Inter-club – 9:00 am Shotgun Thursday, June 28th – Flag Day Tournament Couples Golf Friday, May 11th – Couples Twilight – 5:30 pm Shotgun Monday, May 28th – Memorial Day Mixer – 2:00 pm Shotgun Friday, June 1st – Couples Twilight – 5:30 pm Shotgun
PARKING LOT ADVISORY Chartwell Season is finally here! As the
club continues to bloom and all outdoor facilities open for service there will obviously be more activity in and around the parking lot areas. Please be mindful that the speed limit in all of these areas is 5mph. Members and Guests driving golf carts through the parking areas should also be extra careful since you are also less visible than normal vehicles.
Sunday, May 20th – Parent/Junior Championship – 3:30 pm Shotgun Sunday, June 3rd – Course Management Clinic Saturday, June 23rd – Donut Shack Open – 3:00 pm Tee-Times Friday, June 29th – Gatorade Masters – 7:00 am Tee-Times All Clinics are available for sign-up on FORETEES.
Horticulturist Tips Jimmy Hogan
With the warm weather we had earlier this year, most plants are about 3 weeks ahead of their normal schedules. So, pay attention to your plants because, if they are 3 weeks ahead of schedule, chances are pretty good that pests are too. Annuals - Annuals can still be planted out in the yard. In addition to the yard, donâ€™t forget to use containers for decoration around your house and patio areas. Containers are easier to create than you may think. It begins with the pot, which could be a hanging basket, an urn, a large planter, or a half whiskey barrel. Pots can be any type or size, just make sure they do have drainage holes in the bottom. A simple design is to have something tall as a centerpiece (grasses or spikes are good choices). Then use an upright or mounding annual that gets somewhere between 2/3 and 1/2 the height of the taller centerpiece (choices here include most of the standards-petunias, begonias, lantana, impatiens, etc). Finally the edges of the container can be planted with a creeping plant. Good choices for these include wave petunias, calibrachoa, variegated vinca vine or even sweet potato vine. Try to work with good color themes- yellow and purple, red/white/pink, red and yellow, or even shades of single colors. Using these color themes brings unity to each container and if they are used in multiple containers, they bring unity to the entire design. A word of caution about containers- they will dry out much more quickly than annuals in the ground so be sure to check the pots daily for water.
Beds - If you did not get an opportunity to fertilize your plants in April, it is still not too late to do it. Again, a good rule of thumb is that you should apply 1 Tbsp. of slow release fertilizer per foot of plant. Also, now you can do some pruning if it needs to be done. For those plants that flowered earlier in the spring, you can prune those back now in order to control growth or shape them. For the other summer flowering shrubs, avoid pruning now because pruning will remove the flower buds for the upcoming season. Now is also the time that you want to monitor weeds in the beds. Weeds will begin to come up, especially if you did not use a pre-emergent herbicide when you mulched. Weeds can be removed by hand, but make sure you get the entire root or many weeds will continue to come back, or worse yet, multiply. The preferred method of eradication is by chemical. Use a non-selective postemergent herbicide (such as Round-up) to remove weeds. As with all chemicals, read the label carefully and avoid spraying the chemical onto the plants that you want to keep. Trees - The only that that really needs to be done with trees is fertilization, if it did not get done last month. Providing enough nutrients is important as the trees begin to flush out and push new growth. Also, make sure that, since the spring season has been dry, you provide enough moisture to the trees so they donâ€™t go into the hot, dry summer months already in a moisture deficit situation.
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We are currently (as of April 18), 3-4” below average in rainfall. Turf - This is a busy month for taking care of the turf. First with the warmer temperatures, there is an increased need to mow the lawn. The average height that should be maintained for most grass types is about 3”. It is better to mow more frequently and cut less off the grass than it is to cut infrequently and cut off a lot (never more than 1/3 of the grass blade). Furthermore, you should avoid bagging the clippings since allowing them to fall to the ground reduces your fertilizer and watering needs. Second, if you have not aerified the soil, this is the last month to do so before the hot summer months; you should not aerify during the summer months. Next, if the lawn did not get fertilized in April, it still can be done now. The fertilizer should have both quick and slow release nitrogen. If you did fertilize in April with quick release nitrogen, then an application of slow release nitrogen would be needed at the end of May/beginning of June. Finally, the lawn may need some pesticides applied. Now is the time that there are many different broadleaf weeds in the yard like chickweed, dandelion, henbit, etc. Applying a post-emergent broadleaf weed control product (Weed-B-Gone for example) when the weeds are actively growing is necessary to eliminate some of those weeds. Others are winter annuals and will be dying off soon, if they haven’t already. And finally, by the end of the month, the grubs should easily be in the upper 6” of the soil and applying grub control (Merit, Dylox, Sevin) then would eliminate these pests before they can do too much damage.
MAINTENANCE Ceiling Fan Direction Spring / Summer The basic fact of nature is that warm air rises to the top and cold air settles on the bottom. Air settles in layers from warm at the top to cold at the bottom, if left alone at equilibrium. You should operate your fan so that it turns clockwise (this looks counterclockwise as you are looking up), causing a more directed downdraft, especially with the fan running slightly faster. However, the air is only moved but not cooled! You may find that you can open the window and get the cool evening air to save money on energy costs. Change Refrigerator Water Filter: • Filters that don’t efficiently remove contaminants and impurities may expose you to harmful water. • Follow water filter instructions, as all water filters are different depending on model. • Change filters every 3-6 months depending on condition and usage. Green facts about Chartwell: One of the most important issues of today that will affect our future generations is recycling and going green. Here are just a few facts about our participation on keeping it green! • Many of our rooms have automatic sensors that turn off the lights when motion is not sensed for a certain amount of time. • Many of our outdoor lights are on timers or dusk to dawn sensors so that when there is light outside the parking lot lights are off. • Fluorescent lamps are collected in special containers and shipped to specialty sites that dispose of them according to industry standards. • Batteries are taken to Battery Warehouse for proper disposal. • Last year we purchased recycling containers for the pool and use a comingled system that our waste removal company removes weekly. • Some other areas of concentration are peroxide products for cleaning, and using microfiber products. • Recycled oil from grounds can be reconditioning, reprocessing or re-refining keeping it out of land fills and cooking oil which is used to make products such as lip stick or biodiesel fuels. Our dedication to the environment continues as we try to always keep up with changing times and new industry standards. If you ever need any advice on maintenance issues you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Erick J. Dorn, Facilities Manager www.ChartwellGCC.com
Summer Kick Off Party & Pro Exhibition Join us on Friday, May 11 at 6:00 p.m. as we kick off our summer season with the highly anticipated annual doubles exhibition. This year’s match will pair Chartwell’s Tennis Director, Jamie Peterson and Head Teaching Pro, Andre Ivarsson against our own top playing member, Kevin McGrath and Marcus Sarstrand, former Chartwell Classic champion. The match will be followed by a complimentary light buffet and chit bar for members. Information and sign-up sheets will be available for upcoming summer activities so make sure to come out!
• A new session of clinics will began April 23 and will run through June 2. The schedule can be found of the website and simply contact the Tennis Shop to sign up. • You may stop into the Tennis Shop to pick up an indoor court contract to reserve your court time for next season. Those members with current contract time have 1st right of refusal for next season and court captains will receive a reservation form in the mail by the end of May. Contracts not received by July 1st will result in those courts being made available to other members to reserve. • Please remember to reserve your outdoor court ONE week in advance and to notify the Tennis Shop of any cancellations. • Courts 1-5 may be closed at some point during the afternoons for court maintenance and watering. We appreciate your understanding!
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• The Summer Kick Off Party and Pro Exhibition will take place on Friday, May 11 at 6:00 PM. Jamie and Andre will take on our very own member, Kevin McGrath and Marcus Sarstrand, former Chartwell Classic champion in a doubles exhibition. The match will be followed by a complimentary light buffet and chit bar for members. Information and sign up sheets for summer activities will be available so please make sure to join us! • Junior Summer Tennis activities will begin the week of June 11. You can see our complete schedule for camps and Junior Tennis Team on the website. Contact the Tennis Shop with any questions or to register for any activities. • We will hold a Memorial Day Adult Tennis Social on Monday, May 28 from 9:30-12:30. The sign up sheet is in the Tennis Shop.
J unior S ummer T ennis P rogram
Introductory Clinic is open to beginning Tennis/Golf Juniors. Two, 2 day sessions are scheduled for the week of June 11 - June 14.
Ages 5-7 from 2 - 3 p.m. and Ages 8 and Up from 3 - 4 p.m. Sign up through the Tennis Pro Shop.
Junior Summer Tennis Camps: Six weeks beginning June 18 – July 27 Monday - Friday. Sign up on a weekly basis, drop in’s are permitted if room allows. Ages 5-7 9:45-10:45 a.m. $100.00/week Tennis/Golf Member $125.00/week Social/Non-Member Ages 8 & Up 10:45-12:45 p.m. $200.00/week Tennis/Golf Member $250.00/week Social/Non-Member
Junior Ladder: Included in the summer Junior Tennis fee ($55; $100 per family). June 1 - August 15. The ladder is open to all junior members having the knowledge of stroke fundamentals and rules of play. Junior Tennis Team: Available to any Junior Member with tennis privileges 8-18 years old who is able to serve consistently from the baseline and is able to hit ground strokes consistently enough to carry on a short rally (6-8 shots). All players will be required to sign a commitment and conduct contract. See Jamie for details. The Tennis Team will participate in the Patapsco Valley Junior Tennis League. Matches will be played both home and away on Thursdays from June 21 - July 26. Additional matches against other clubs may be scheduled at various times during the summer. • • • • • •
Team Practices will take place every Tuesday and Wednesday from June 19 - July 18 from 1:30 - 3 p.m. Junior Tennis Team Event: June 16th from 1 - 4 p.m. Patapsco Valley Junior Tournament: July 23 - 25, season ending tournament for the Junior Tennis Team Junior Tennis Club Championship: TBD Included in the summer Junior Tennis fee. Open to all junior members having the knowledge of stroke fundamentals and rules of play. Junior Tennis Awards Banquet and Round Robin: TBD
Head Tennis Professional, Jamie Peterson Assistant Tennis Professionals, Kathy Zingler and Andre Ivarsson
Private, semi-private and group instruction is available for all levels. Contact the Tennis Pro Shop to make arrangements. Customized instruction programs are available. Jamie Peterson $70.00/hour | Kathy Zingler $65.00/hour | Andre Ivarsson $60.00/hour www.ChartwellGCC.com
A TEAM WINNERS Bill Westervelt & Dave Deitrick Over Peter Frank & Hayes Merkert 6-3, 7-6
B Team Winners Scott Dunkle & Steven Meyers Over Steve Dulin & Rodney Floyd 6-3, 1-6, 10-7 (Super Tiebreaker)
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Monday 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Adv. Beginner/Intermediate (ages 7-11) Tuesdays 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. Pee Wee’s (ages 5 & 6) 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Beginner/Advanced Beginner (ages 7-11) Thursdays 4:00 - 4:30 p.m. Pee Wee’s (ages 5 & 6) 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. Junior Team (Advanced ages 10-15) Fridays 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Advanced Beginner (ages 7-11) Saturday 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Junior Team (Advanced ages 10-15)
A D U LT S JUNIORS
Senior Club Championship Winners
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Ladies Mondays 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Cardio (open to all levels) Wednesdays 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Beginner/Adv Beg/Cardio (2.0-3.0 level) Saturdays 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. 3.0-3.5 level Men’s Saturday 11:00-12:30 PM
* POLICY REGARDING CLINICS * Members are encouraged to sign up for the entire six-week session guaranteeing you a spot each week in that particular clinic. Once you sign up for the session, your account will be billed per session attended. Clinics fill quickly, so sign up in the Pro Shop for the entire session. A minimum of 3 people is needed to participate in a clinic and to receive a clinic rate. If less than 3 people sign up for a clinic, it will be canceled. In order to receive the Member rate for clinics or lessons, you must be either a Golf or Tennis Member. MEMBER RATES* 30 Minutes Drop-In $15/clinic 60 Minutes Drop-In $23/clinic 90 Minutes Drop-In $28/clinic *Rates are per session.
NON-MEMBER RATES* Drop-In $23/clinic Drop-In $28/clinic Drop-In $33/clinic
Oyster Stew Serves 8
This is an easy classic oyster stew recipe with a little twist using poblano peppers, which add a little heat. The key is not to overcook the oysters. Fresh shucked work best but you can use fresh pre-shucked. This recipe is inspired by watermen that would have a pot of milk simmering on board and just pop oysters into the pot for a quick lunch.
Dear Members of Chartwell Country Club, I’m thrilled to be on board as part of the culinary team at Chartwell, and am looking forward to sharing my twenty-five-year, coast-to-coast experiences with you. We have an exciting year in store for us, where I will be working hand-in-hand with our members to improve all culinary aspects of the food at the club, from the pool to the bar to the dining room. In addition to delicious cuisine, I will be offering private parties, wine tastings, and basic and advanced cooking classes.
Ingredients: • ¼ cup diced poblano peppers or green bell peppers • ¼ cup diced onion • 2 garlic cloves minced • 2 tbsp butter • 1 lb raw shucked oysters with liquid • 1 qt half & half • ¼ tsp ground pepper • Chopped parsley and sliced green onion for garnish Procedure: In a heavy bottom pot add the butter and sauté the onions, garlic and peppers until tender. Add oysters, half & half and pepper. Cook over low heat until the edges of the oysters begin to curl and mixture is hot. Do not boil. Remove from heat and place in bowls. Garnish with chopped parsley and sliced green onion. Serve immediately with crackers.
I am excited to meet all of you and am always available for instruction, guidance and to hear suggestions. So please stop by, introduce yourself, and get a taste of what I have to offer. Warm Regards, Chef Todd Weisz www.ChartwellGCC.com
We want your photos of you enjoying the Club to feature in our upcoming Chatter Newsletter! Please stop any of the service staff or management to take a photo, or photos, of you and your guests at an event, meeting, luncheon, dinner, tournament or lessons and email them to us for consideration in the next Chatter issue at email@example.com Couplesâ€™ Twilight
Enjoying the Club in April 11
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Pre-Season Pool Opening Party May 26, Saturday DJ Poolside Grill Out & Bar Service 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. Double Lane JUMBO beach slip & slide! Pool Hours 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Winemaker’s Dinner – Hahn Family Vineyard May 10, Thursday 7 p.m. Cocktail Hour & Pass Hors d’oeuvres Chef Todd Weisz 4 Course Dinner with Wine Pairings Evening with Greg Freeman, Wine Maker $85 per person
Movie Night under the Stars
Mothers Day Sunday, May 13
Two Ways to Celebrate Brunch 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Pastries and Breakfast Breads Salads, Soups and Seafood Displays Chef ’s Omelets and Carving Station Desserts and more...
Dinner Buffet 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Salads, Soups and Seafood Displays Carving Tables, Pastas and Poultry Desserts and more...
Her Choice for Both Seatings $28.95 Adults $12.95 Children Reservations Required No other food service available on this day
May 27th, Sunday Enjoy a family movie night off the Clubhouse back lawn on our JUMBO screen. Patio Grill Buffet and outside bar available 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Showtime at dusk 8:30pm – Bring a blanket! No Admission Charge! Buffet $10 per person
Memorial Day Cook Out at the Pool May 28th, Monday DJ Poolside Grill Out & Bar Service 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. Aqua 5 in 1 Obstacle Course $16.50 Adults | $8.50 Children Pool Hours 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Chartwell Water Park June 24 A family fun day including watersports, hydro-amusement inflatables & more. From slides, dunk tanks to balloon launchers, everyone will get drenched!
SAVE THE DATES: Dive in Movie Nights at the Pool June 14 & 28, July 12 & 26, August 23 $8 Burger Buffet & Bar Service open 7:00 p.m. Bring a pool float! $2 Admission - Guests Welcome www.ChartwellGCC.com
KIDS CAMPS & ACTIVITIES
2012 Rates & Fees Mini Camp July 17th - 20th Full Week August 6th - 10th Total due two weeks prior to camp start
$160 per child $265 per child
Deposits A fifty dollar ($50.00) deposit is required to secure your registration.
Kids Club - Wild Life Adventures April 18th After School Special 30 Children & 15 Adults experienced a WILD time! An hour long education session captivated the attention and imagination of our Kids Club. The program included interaction with live animals including a hedgehog, tarantula, rabbit, talking bird, humongous toad & 6ft python! Save the Date: May 4th The Story Lady 10:30am 13
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Changes Upon receipt of your childâ€™s registration form and deposits, any CHANGES must be made IN WRITING AND SUBMITTED WITH A $25 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE â€“ PER CHANGE, PER CHILD. Absolutely no changes will be made until both the fee and the written request are received. Change requests must be received no later than 6:00 p.m. sixteen (16) days prior to the camp (July 1 and/ or July 21, 2012.) All camp change requests are subject to availability. No changes in the camp will be made for absences, illnesses, suspension or dismissals. Refunds and Cancellations All deposits and administrative fees are non-refundable. No refunds or credits will be made for absences, illnesses, suspensions, or dismissals. If a written cancellation notice is not received by 6:00 p.m. sixteen (16) days prior to the camp (July 1 and/ or July 21, 2012), a late fee of $10 per day, per child will be due IN ADDITION TO any remaining balance for the camp.
P ool H ours May Memorial Day Weekend 26 Saturday 27 Sunday 28 Monday, Memorial Day 29 Tuesday, Pre-Season Hours
11:00 am - 8:00 pm 11:00 am - 8:00 pm 11:00 am - 6:00 pm 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
School Day Hours Monday - Thursday Friday Weekend Hours Snack Bar Weekday Snack Bar Weekend
12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
June 9th - August 26th Summer Pool Hours Monday - Sunday Snack Bar Hours
11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
August 27th - Labor Day End of Season Pool Hours Monday - Friday Saturday - Sunday Snack Bar Weekday Snack Bar Weekend
12:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
P ool events May 26 Saturday 28 Monday 29 Tuesday
Memorial Day Kick Off Memorial Day Pre-Season Hours
June 14 Thursday 17 Sunday 18 Monday 24 Sunday 28 Thursday 30 Saturday
Dive In Movie Night Dadâ€™s Day at the Pool Swim Team Time Trials Pool Closes 5:00 pm Chartwell Water Park Dive In Movie Night Swim Meet - HOME
July 4 Wednesday 7 Saturday 12 Thursday 14 Saturday 21 Saturday 25 Wednesday 26 Thursday 28 Saturday 28 Saturday
Family Pool Cook Out Pool Closes 6:00 pm Swim Meet - AWAY Dive In Movie Night Swim Meet - AWAY Swim Meet - HOME Swim Meet - HOME Pool Closes at 5:00 pm Dive In Movie Night Swim Meet - AWAY Divisionals at Chartridge Adults Only Pool Bash
August 23 Thursday
Dive In Movie Night
Chartwell welcomes back Kimberly Lawton for her 12th summer of teaching swim lessons at the Club. In the off-season Kimberly teaches the 5th grade at Oak Hill Elementary. The swim lesson sign-in booklet will be available for you to sign-up at the check-in desk located at the main entrance of the pool. Lessons are available on a first come first serve basis. Book your lesson today, they fill up quickly!!! If you have any questions feel free to email Kimberly at Klawton2326@yahoo.com. www.ChartwellGCC.com
May 2012 Sunday
WGA of Baltimore 8:30 AM Shotgun Ladies Twilight WK2 5:30 PM $20 Chef ’s Specials
6 Spring Stoke Play
Ladies Twilight 8 AM Tee Times Leadership Through WK3 5:30 PM Athletics Golf Brunch Buffet $20 Chef ’s Specials Outing 10 AM - 2 PM
13 Mother’s Day Merritt & Pres. Cup Qualifier
20 Brunch Buffet 10am - 2p.m.
27 Merritt & Pres. Cup Qualifier Brunch Buffet 10am - 2p.m.
Scott Brown USB Outing Clubhouse Closed Away MISGA @ Alliance Outing Hunt Valley $20 Chef ’s Specials
21 Clubhouse Closed Wounded Warriors Outing
Spencer Neal Outing Away MISGA @ Lakewood @ 8:30 Ladies Twilight WK4 5:30 PM $20 Chef ’s Specials
28 Memorial Day Couples Mixer 2 PM Memorial Day Adult Tennis Social 9:30 -12:30
Twilight League WK2
9 Hole Hospice Tournament
Prime Rib Night
4 9 Hole Inter-Club 9 AM Shotgun Golf Demo Day 3 - 7 PM Chef Specials
Couples’ Twilight 5:30 Shotgun
Prime Rib Night
23 18 Hole Round 1 Spring Handicap Twilight League WK5 Prime Rib Night
18 Hole Round 2 Spring Handicap
9 Hole Pro-Trophy Round 1
Away MISGA @ Tantallon 9 AM Twilight League WK6
Junior Clinic Older Kids Tee-Times
Prime Rib Night
C LU B H O U S E C A N C E L L AT I O N P O L I C Y We often stress the importance of making reservations. It is equally important to notify the Club when changes are needed to a current reservation. Please advise the Club of cancellations or changes in the number in the reservation as soon as possible. While we truly appreciate emergencies and are very aware of the need to make last minute changes, we must require a formal cancellation policy. Effective immediately, all Club parties and special club events will have a 24 hour cancellation policy. All cancellations and changes to reservations made within 24 hours will be subject to a 20% charge of the original price. This fee will help offset commitments made to food purchases, preparation, staffing requirements, decoration and linen purchases. Thank you for your understanding, cooperation and support.
24 Junior Clinic Young Kids Older Kids Tee-Times
12 Merritt & Pres. Cup Qualifier B-Team Summer Kick Off Party & Pro Exhibition 6 PM
18 One Day Member-Guest 1 PM Shotgun
Away MISGA @ Norbeck 9 AM
Spring Stoke Play 8 AM Tee Times Chef Specials
Twilight League WK3
Ladies 18 and 9 Hole Mixer Twilight League WK3 Prime Rib Night
26 Merritt & Pres. Cup Qualifier Chef Specials
Food Service Tuesday Clubhouse Closed Wednesday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Thursday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Bar Service Tuesday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Wednesday 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. Friday 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 12 a.m. Sunday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Dinner menu is available Tuesday - Sunday from 5:30 p.m. - Close. Please make reservations for the dining room.