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A Town & Country Club Newsletter

October 2013

Parent-Child Paintball Saturday, October 19th 11:00am - 3:00pm T&C Golf Course Ages 10 and up. Must be accompanied by Parent/Guardian. $50++ per person Includes rental gun, CO2, paintballs and safety equipment Have your own equipment? Pay just $20++ per player course fee 48-hour cancellation policy in effect Survival Meals available for purchase Register with the Front Desk at 651-646-7121

T&C ture Signa t Even

HAUNTED HALLOWEEN PARTY

Spook-tacular Buffet Hair Raising Hayrides Hot Chocolate to Warm Your Bones Devilish & Delicious Mini-Donuts Nanny Services Available

Friday, October 25th 6:00pm-9:00pm

Card Room— Toddler Friendly with Nanny Services River Room and Beyond— Teen & Adult Focused $25++ per person (Adults & Children) Children 3 and under are Free Register with the Front Desk.

300 Mississippi River Boulevard North ● Saint Paul, MN 55104 ● 651-646-7121 ● www.tcc-club.com


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President

Officers Thomas H. McCarr

President

Francis Neir III

Vice-President

Theresa Fleming

Treasurer

Paul S. Moe

Secretary

James H. Moar

Ex-Officio

Directors Richard J. Berens

2013

John B. Grace

2013

Nora McGuire

2013

Devin P. Rice

2013

Michael B. Daugherty

2014

Christine Meuers

2014

David Nassif

2014

Kendall B. Smith

2014

Rocky Berndt

2015

Thomas R. Hughes

2015

Daniel McGrath

2015

Daniel J. O’Brien

2015

EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT STAFF Vincent J.C. Tracy, CCM, CCE, General Manager vtracy@tcc-club.com Michael Ostlund, Assistant General Manager mostlund@tcc-club.com

Thomas H. McCarr A few weeks ago, I was talking with a member who told me that he and his family joined T&C because of all the summertime activities at the Club. He went on to say that he was surprised how much his family uses the Club when the Pool and Tennis Courts are closed and Golf Course is winding down for the season. This was great to hear and really highlights all of the activities our Club has to offer for everyone this fall. In October alone, we are offering a wealth of events for members of all ages. The Annual Oktoberfest Party at the Turfgrass Facility will be on October 5th. If you have never been to this event, I would encourage you to go - the food and entertainment are great and the setting provides for a fun and casual fall outdoor evening. Prior to the party, there will be a Par 3 Golf Tournament available to all members and their guests. On October 19th, the Second Annual Family Paintball Tournament will take place on the Golf Course. Finally, the T&C Haunted House Halloween Party is on October 25th, which is always one of the best attended events of the year. Lastly, you should have recently received a letter and flyer for the Susan Johnson benefit that T&C is hosting on October 24th. For those of you that have not followed, Susan has been an evening receptionist at the Club for a few years and last winter experienced a kidney stone that quickly became septic, resulting in the amputation of both arms below her elbows and both legs below her knees. There also have been two recent TV stories on Susan and her recovery. I came away from those stories inspired by her positive attitude, her resolve and determination as she continues her road to recovery. In fact, it is Susan’s goal to return to T&C as our evening receptionist, which is something everyone would be so happy to see. Everyone is invited to attend this event and it would be great to have a large T&C member turnout to encourage and support Susan.

Julie Lee, Controller jlee@tcc-club.com

See you at the Club!

Liz Schoenecker, Membership & Mkt. Director lschoenecker@tcc-club.com

Tom

Brooke Pope, Special Events & Catering Mgr. catering@tcc-club.com Ryan Rindels, PGA Golf Professional rrindels@tcc-club.com William Larson, CGCS, Turfgrass Director tcturf@comcast.net John Kain, Executive Chef jkain@tcc-club.com

BENEFIT FOR SUSAN JOHNSON Susan Johnson, a beloved employee of Town & Country Club, is starting a new life after Quadruple amputation. Join Sue’s Crew Thursday, October 24th, 2013 Town & Country Club River Room 6pm-9pm An evening of good times Emceed by John Hines

SAVE THE DATE 126th Annual Town & Country Club Annual Dinner Friday, December 13th

Live Music ● Cash Bar ● Appetizers ● Prizes Fantastic Silent Auction Items Tickets: $15 (pre-sale) and $20 (at the door) Come celebrate Sue's fighting spirit and her new beginning. For tickets or questions, contact: Terry-perdertl@comcast.net or donate to www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/susan-k-johnson/85617


General Manager Vincent J.C. Tracy, CCM, CCE Bloody Mary Bar is Back Town & Country has without a doubt the best bloody mary bar (over ten fresh accoutrements to fill your glass), the best bloody mary mix (a 41-year old handcrafted recipe), the best bloody mary salt rim (another handcrafted recipe with salts and spices from around the world) and all at the best price in the Twin Cities every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am to 2:00pm. You may also order the mix and salt rim TO GO. Make them a part of your tailgating parties! Oysters in the Bar For one week beginning Tuesday, October 8th, we will be offering fresh shucked oysters in the Bar. There is nothing better than fresh shucked oysters and your favorite beer or a glass of champagne! Make reservations now to bring by family and friends! Paintball….Yeah Baby!! Yes, that is right! Paintball is coming back to T&C. On Saturday, October 19th from 11:00am to 3:00pm Minnesota Pro Paintball will be here! Equipment will be provided or you may bring your own. Teams and games will be organized. Would you believe they will have paint grenades available? Make Duck Dynasty proud! Wear your camouflage! The cost is $50.00 per person, which includes goggles, gun, hopper and 1,000 paintballs. The course fee, if using own equipment is $20.00 per person. Extra paintballs will be available along with smoke and paint grenades! This is a great event for everyone! Haunted Halloween Party and Hayride, Friday, October 25th Make plans now for the best Halloween event in The Twin Cities. Doors open at 6:00pm. Look for information in the mail for specific instructions to help you fully enjoy this haunting evening. Limited Edition T&C Raw Honey is Now Available The Second Annual Bee Meet held on Tuesday, September 17th was a sold out event! All in attendance had a great time and I know they all walked away knowing more about honey bees and their contribution to the world! At the event we bottled our first harvest of honey. Our first colony, that we started last spring, produced 90lbs or 9 gallons. Our bees produced two different styles of honey, “early season” and “late season.” The early season honey is light in color and sweet and the late is darker in color with hints of caramel and maple. At this time, we are selling 3-ounce jars for $3.00 each. Jar size may increase in a few weeks. Since this is our first year bottling we wanted to insure that T&C members had the opportunity to purchase one or two bottles. Please call or stop by the Front Desk, if you would like to purchase some T&C honey.

CLUB HOURS OF OPERATION Reservations recommended - please call the Front Desk

Front Desk & Member Dining

651-646-7121

Breakfast (Clubhouse Closed on Mondays) Tuesday - Sunday 7:00am-11:00am Lunch (Clubhouse Closed on Mondays) Tuesday - Saturday 11:00am-5:00pm Sunday 11:00am-2:00pm Dinner (Clubhouse Closed on Mondays) Tuesday - Sunday* 5:00pm-9:00pm *Sundays, beginning May 19th Please note that last call for alcohol in the Clubhouse is 12:30am as the Club’s liquor license ends at 1:00am The Golf Shop Tuesday - Sunday (course open) 8:00am-6:00pm Tuesday - Saturday (course closed) 10:00am-5:00pm Locker Room / Exercise Facility Tuesday - Saturday Sunday Monday

5:00am-9:00pm 6:00am-9:00pm 6:00am-2:00pm

Direct Dial Numbers Accounting Bag Room Bake Shoppe Caddie Master Catering Fax Number The Golf Shop Kitchen Main Clubhouse Membership Men's Locker Room Pool Manager Pool/Tennis Desk Tennis Pro Shop Turfgrass Director

651-659-2543 651-659-2560 651-659-2557 651-659-2550 651-659-2556 651-646-7126 651-659-2549 651-659-2541 651-646-7121 651-659-2547 651-659-2546 651-659-2554 651-646-0490 651-659-2551 651-646-6743

Member Website Login Information The default username is: Member number followed by the relationship code 0 primary member 1 for secondary member The default password is: first initial last name For example, Member John Smith with member number 4567, would login as: Username: 45670 password: jsmith

www.tcc-club.com


News From Your Golf Pro Ryan Rindels, PGA Head Golf Professional Mike Salmen Claims Derby Championship The Derby Championship is decided by a (back) nine hole, elimination shootout amongst the lowest 18 net scores of the season. This year, it took shooting net 66 to get in. After many eliminations throughout the event, it was clear that two players had the consistency to win. Tom Heuer and Mike Salmen both played extremely well and put themselves in a position to win on the 18th hole. The final hole was a perfect example of doing what it takes to win, as Mike Salmen edged out Tom Heuer by one stroke to claim his first Derby Championship. Mike joins his brothers (Jay & Bill Salmen) on the Wall of Fame and will look to defend his title in 2014. Mike Salmen & Tom Heuer

5th Annual “River Cup” Goes to Team Town Congratulations to following ladies (Red uniforms) for narrow 1 ½ point victory over Team Country (Purple Uniforms): Debbie Rowland (Captain), Marie Tufford, Jeannette Strub, Marsha Ritt, Paula Gondek, Kathy Hamel, Monica Nassif, Lucy Wilhoit, Mary Cay Miller, Erin Delaney, Terri Fleming and Jean Davis. Pictured left: Team Town & Team Country

GOLF EVENT Fall Festival ● Thursday, October 10th ● 12:30 - 2:00pm TT

Bill Larson Gets His Revenge Once Again This year’s Superintendent’s Revenge proved to be the toughest test yet. Bill Larson and his staff set up the golf course as difficult as ever…hole locations in the most extreme positions and a couple of new tee locations. Thank you for a great event and a fantastic golf course this year, Bill.

2013 Hole in One Club

Superintendent’s Revenge Results T 1st Place

Mark Sexton/ Ram Mehta

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T 1st Place

Steve Dahl/Patrick Noble

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3rd Place

Peter Rathmanner/Tim Flaherty

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4th Place

David Bogie/Chris Bogie

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T 5th Place

Steve Weber/David Nassif

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T 5th Place

Joe Foley/Brian Farley

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T 5th Place

Kevin Maertens/Matt Bohlig

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Tom Heuer/Thor Nelson

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8th Place

Don Woessner - Hole #3 Martha Bogie - Hole #3 Carolyn Larson - Hole #3 Dick Berens - Hole #2 Brad Kahley - Hole #3 at Troy Burne Dennis Brady - Hole #11 Ryan Rindels, Head Professional - Hole #3 Marty Flaherty - Double Eagle Hole #15


Mixed Couples Cup Results Round 1 Winners: Peter Wold & Piper Kenney / Jamey & Abby Moeller Round 2 Winners: Dan & Jennifer O’Brien / Chris & Dannette Coleman Round 3 Winners (Tie): Jamey & Abby Moeller / David & Monica Nassif Dan & Jeanne Dolan / Bill & Michele Hren Round 4 Winners: Rocky Berndt & Kathleen Lynch / Mark & Terri Fleming

Season Long Standings Champions

Rocky Berndt & Kathleen Lynch

2nd Place

Ben & Kara Skjold

3rd Place

Dan & Jennifer O’Brien

4th Place

Jamey & Abby Moeller

5th Place

Chris & Dannette Coleman

6th Place

Peter & Terri Rathmanner

7th Place

Bryn & Schelly Vaaler

T 8th Place

Bill & Michelle Hren

T 8th Place

Dennis & Debbie Rowland

10th Place

Dan & Jeanne Dolan

October Practice Range Hours Tuesdays – Saturdays

8:00am - Dusk

Sundays

8:00am - Dusk

Mondays

Closed

October Golf Shop Hours Tuesday – Sunday

8:00am - 6:00pm

Mondays

Closed

Kathleen Lynch & Rocky Berndt

REMINDERS Golf Shop Credit Deadline is November 30th As a reminder to everyone with Golf Shop credit from tournament wins, the credit must be used by November 30th. Please stop into The Golf Shop to check your credit balance and shop early for best selections! Guest Coupons If you have any guest coupons remaining, please use them at your earliest convenience, as they do expire at the end of the season. Guest passes will NOT carry over to 2014. Contact The Golf Shop for information. Bag Room Closed on Mondays Starting Monday, October 7th, the Bag Room will be closed every Monday for the remainder of the season. Please make proper arrangements to get your golf

Performance and your Putter Whether you putt with a Scotty Cameron, Odyssey, Ping, TaylorMade, Rossa, Rife, Cleveland or Nike putter, updates can be made to improve the way your putter feels and performs. Accurate Loft and Lie angles, proper length and a grip that feels good in your hands can all be adjusted. It is important that your putter feels comfortable and sets up accurately for your stance. As we all know, golfers have any number of ways in which they set up over a putt. Problem is that most putters are only manufactured to an overall average stance. Loft is seen when you look down at your putter at address. You should see the face just slightly - this is the loft. Correct loft is important to create top spin on the ball to get it rolling effectively. The angle between the shaft and the ground is the lie angle. Accurate lie angle is important so that the putter sits flat on the ground when you address the ball. Proper length will allow you stand over the ball without slouching too much or choking down too much. Grip style and size are important so your putter feels comfortable in your hands. Grip size is critical to ensure more or less wrist action, depending on your technique. Loft, lie, length and grip size and style are all changeable in an effort to improve your putting. The professionals in the Golf Shop can help answer your questions and make recommendations if needed.


Some significant events/tournaments were held late August and early September to wind down the 18-Hole Women’s League. On August 22nd, the “Run for the Roses” Tournament was held. Throughout the season, league members qualify for this event by reporting their lowest net 18-Hole score. This year, the event was held late afternoon to allow for a greater spectator participation. A great finish was witnessed by all as Laura Jacobson outlasted Chris Brady and Ann Claridge to capture the championship. Congratulations to Laura and all the qualifiers. On August 23rd, T&CC hosted the final competition for the Traveling Team. League players came through with fabulous scores to come from 2nd place and achieve 1st place overall. Congratulations to all the team players for stellar play throughout the entire season. The 5th Annual Women’s River Cup was held on a cool, breezy day—September 15th. The captains this year were Debbie Rowland (Team Town-Red) and Kate Dienhart (Team Country-Purple). Teams were so evenly matched that Team Town-Red only won by 1 -1/2 points. To officially end the season, women golfers participated in nine holes of golf in the first-ever Superintendent’s Revenge on September 25th. Congratulations to all the winners throughout the season and thanks to all the league participants for making this season such a fun, enjoyable season, Debbie Rowland 18-Hole League President

Membership & Marketing Liz Schoenecker Please join me in welcoming our newest Town & Country Club Members: Golf Mr. Scott and Mrs. Krista Skorupa

Clergy Rev. Mark and Mrs. Terri Stromberg

Mr. Brian and Mrs. Jessica Mahoney Griffin (7), Louise (3), and Frank (1) Social Ms. Teresa Sterns and Ms. Jane Helmke Keegan (13) and Grace (10) Mrs. Anne Cullen Miller and Mr. Mark Miller Joseph (21), Matthew (18), and Mary (14)

Mark your calendar for these special holiday events... December 1st

Christmas Tea Party

December 10th

Gingerbread House Decorating

December 17th

Holiday Puppet Show

December 17th, 18th & 20th

Christmas Carolers

December 21st

Kid’s Christmas with Santa

December 25th

Christmas Day Grand Buffet

December 31st

New Years Eve Family Party


EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT This month’s Employee Spotlight is on some very unique workers at T&C. Our hard working honey bees and chickens...

Date started at T&C: Bees: May 2012 Chickens: September 2013 Position (s) held: Bees: Pollinators and raw honey producers Chickens: Entertainment and fresh egg suppliers In our spare time we like to… Bees: Help the T&C gardens grow! We buzz around doing the “Bee dance” and make sure the T&C vegetables and flowers flourish all summer long. Chickens: Take dirt baths and hen peck Mr. Tracy! We look forward to the day we can move to our new home at T&C. Best part about working at T&C: Bees: The best part of working here is seeing members’ happy faces as they taste our honey! Chickens: The best part of working here is supplying fresh eggs on a daily basis for the members of T&C! Any other fun facts? Bees: We produced two distinct types of honey this year, an early season and late season. Please call the Front Desk if you wish to purchase a bottle. Chickens: There are ten of us now, but we will be adding to our brood soon

T&C members may pre-order tickets

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Exclusive Member Pricing

December 15th 2:00pm Matinee $86.50 per ticket Place your order through Liz Schoenecker at 651-659-2547


Stay connected with us on your favorite social network

Kids Dinner & Movie Night Tuesdays 5:00pm - 8:00pm President’s Room Reservations Recommended Kids under 12 dine complimentary from our kids buffet, while enjoying a movie.

@TownCountryClub

Facebook.com/TownCountryClub

October: 1 The Pirates! Band of Misfits 8 Puppet Show at 5:30pm* Paranorman to follow show 15 Red Dog 22 Join us for Haunted House Decorating and Hotel Transylvania 29 The Lorax November: 5 Beethoven 12 Up 19 Ratatouille 26 How To Train Your Dragon * Location will be River Room for large events

Plus.Google.com/ +TheTownCountryClub/posts

Foursquare.com/TownCountryClub

Sunday Champagne Brunch Every Sunday November-December 10:00am - 2:00pm Appetizers & Hors d’oeuvres Handcrafted Soup du Jour Assorted Salads Fresh Seasonal Fruit Brunch Entrées Chef Cooked to Order Omelets Hot-off-the Griddle Pancakes & Belgian Waffles Gourmet Desserts Bloody Mary Bar Mimosas & Champagne Service

Pinterest.com/TownCountryClub Connect with us today!

Adults: $20++ Children 11-15: $14++ Children 5-10: $9++ Under 4: Free


Adult Cooking Class Southeast Asian Cuisine Thursday, October 17th 6pm $75++ per person Register at the Front Desk

Kids Cooking Class Cookies & Cupcakes

Tuesday, November 26th 5:30pm $10 per child Register at the Front Desk

Chef ’s Corner John Kain, Executive Chef We have been busy bees. Literally. Our on site honey bees have produced nearly 90 pounds of raw honey. Isn’t that amazing! This will be bottled for sale to the membership and we will utilize it in our kitchen as well. The honey will be unique to our location and will be clover and goldenrod honey. It will enhance our menus along with our garden grown fresh herbs, tomatoes, peppers. There is nothing cooler for a chef than to have the opportunity to create dishes made with ingredients grown and produced right outside your door. That is the true definition of hyper-local food and you are the lucky few who get to enjoy that bounty here at the Club. I am starting a new feature this month that highlights one of our local vendors and their business. This month it is the Silver Bison Ranch in Baldwin, Wisconsin. The ranch is just a short drive from the Twin Cities and also features a Native American artisan gift shop on site. The ranch is run by the Smeester family and I have had a relationship with them for nearly fifteen years. All our bison for burgers and steaks is purchased from the ranch directly and delivered fresh to us by Loren, the owner/operator. Here is an excerpt from their website: The Silver Bison Ranch has been in the business of raising North American Plains Bison since 1992. Approximately 400 healthy and happy Bison/Buffalo currently reside at the 1000 acre ranch near the Western Wisconsin town of Baldwin. Many items available from the Silver Bison Ranch are hand made by Native Americans living in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Pictures of the ranch and the wild bison are available for viewing on our website, in addition to a description of management practices that are beneficial to not only the bison, but the environment as a whole. This holistic approach to managing ranch resources protects all the species that live here. Many types of native grasses, trees, pheasant, white tail deer, and monarch butterflies are just a few of the species that thrive in this environment. The Silver Bison Ranch also markets all natural meat products to restaurants in the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN metropolitan area. Our meat contains no steroids, growth hormones, or antibiotics. All bison as the ranch are open range raised and are never exposed to a feed lot. They only eat the native grasses that grow here naturally at the ranch. No man made feed products are ever fed to our bison. We never apply pesticides or herbicides to our pastures, which allows us to produce the most wholesome and healthy protein on the market today. We work hard to maintain a good environment for them and for ourselves by protecting the land and water around them. The pastures are rotated frequently to maintain adequate forage growth and to allow natural clean up of the manure by soil insects so that the bison will continue to have a place to graze. We manage our pastures mainly through carefully timed mowing and grazing to replicate the natural cycle of the prairies of the Old West.


OCTOBER EVENTS Please join us as we welcome Saint Paul native Dr. Tom Kenefick, proprietor of Napa Valley's Kenefick Ranch Vineyards, to a vintner dinner at Town & Country Club. Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013 6:00pm Welcome Reception, Hors d'oeuvres & Kenefick Ranch Sauvignon Blanc 6:30pm Food & Wine Stations open (Kenefick Ranch Pickett Road White, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon & Pickett Road Red Blend) $75++ per person. Space will be limited. Guests are welcome. Call the Front Desk at 651-646-7121 to make reservations.

Break out your lederhosen and join us for a Bavarian-style Oktoberfest!

Saturday, October 5th

Par 3 Golf Tournament Open to Golf & Social members Scramble format $10 per person Golf cars are optional at $12 per person

German Bier Specials Authentic German Buffet Live German Band “The Bavarians� Party at the Turfgrass Center

Guests welcome and encouraged Register your team with The Golf Shop

$20++ per adult Make your reservation at the Front Desk

Join us for Oysters in the Bar Tuesday, October 8th Saturday, October 12th 5:00pm - 9:00pm T&C Club Bar To make a dining or event reservation please call 651-646-7121.


NOVEMBER EVENTS Lucid Brewery Dinner Friday, November 8th 6pm

More information to follow!

Friday, November 15th 6pm Buffet 6:30pm Bingo Family Bingo Dinner Adult Trivia Prizes Adults: $20++ Ages 11-15: $14++ Ages 5-10: $10++ Ages 4 & under: Free Bingo only: $5

Thanksgiving To Go

Thanksgiving Day Grand Buffet Thursday, November 28th 11:00am ● 1:00pm ● 2:30pm

From Stuffing and Shrimp Cocktail to Turkey and Gravy… let us handle it all! Order forms will be available at Front Desk.

$32++ | Adults $14++ | Children ages 11-15 $10++ | Children ages 5-10 Children 4 & under are free

48 hour advance notice required.

Call the Front Desk to reserve your family’s table today!

Visit www.tcc-club.com for additional event details


Touchdown Takeout Football Menu Looking for something to take to your next Tailgate Party? Pick-up order forms at the Front Desk. From Chips & Dips to Spicy Buffalo Chicken Wings - Chef and his staff are ready to help your team win! Call the Kitchen at 651-659-2541 or the Front Desk at 651-646-7121.


Interested in becoming a beekeeper? Dr. Marla Spivak and Gary Reuter from the University of Minnesota Bee Lab will help you get started in beekeeping. Visit their website for information on their Public Courses and to register for upcoming classes. http://beelab.umn.edu/Education/Public_Courses/index.htm

or

http://beelab.umn.edu/index.htm


As we celebrate our 125th Anniversary of Town & Country Club, we hope you will enjoy as we share a bit of T&C Club history in each issue of our newsletters throughout 2013. We also encourage you to leisurely review and admire our unique and storied history as illustrated throughout the walls and trophy cases in the Clubhouse.

1888 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2013...

T&C Golf Course Superintendent, Bill Larson, is pictured second from left. Bill celebrates over 24 years of commitment to excellence at the T&C Golf Course.

Current Dining Room Manager, Mary Berggren began her T&C career in the Front Office in 1979.

Blast from the past: T&C Busperson, David Lindor, taken in the 1990’s. David began his career at T&C in 1980.


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a la carte dining Clubhouse closes at 9pm

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Monday

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Sunday 2 Kenefick Ranch Vintner Dinner

Wednesday 3

Thursday

1/2 Priced Wine

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Friday 5 $2 Kids Breakfast

Saturday

Fall Festival (Golf) 12:30pm TT

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Oyster Bar Oyster Bar Oyster Bar Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm

Salmon or Prime Rib

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$2 Kids Breakfast

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$2 Kids Breakfast

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Haunted Halloween Party at 6pm

Benefit for Susan Johnson 6-9pm 1/2 Priced Wine Salmon or Prime Rib

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Salmon or Prime Rib Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm

Kids Night Dinner + Movie

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Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm

Kids Night Dinner + Movie Haunted House Decorating

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$2 Kids Breakfast

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Salmon or Prime Adult Cooking Family Paintball Rib Class 11am - 3pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm

Kids Night Dinner + Movie

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Oktoberfest Salmon or Prime All Member Par 3 Rib Party to follow Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm at Turf Center

Kids Night Dinner + Movie

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Champagne Brunch 10am - 2pm

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Kids Night Dinner + Movie Thanksgiving Kids Cooking Class Grand Buffet Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm

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Black Friday Sale at The Golf Shop Happy Hour 3-6pm

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Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm

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Men’s League Holiday Party Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm Happy Hour 3-6pm

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