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AUGUST / SEPTEMBER

2017

CHRONICLE CITY AND COUNTRY

• SUMMER AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB •


INSIDE YOUR CITY AND COUNTRY CHRONICLE

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Letter from Greg Dick and Vicki Schroeder

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Core Values

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Dining Update

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Programming at the Club

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Celebrating Member Achievements

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Golf Season

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Steve Bull Scholarship

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Lobby Remodel

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Tennis

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Aquatics

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Your UClub Team

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Photos from around the Club


LETTER FROM THE GENERAL MANAGERS

Dear University Club Members,

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s we near the end of our first summer as a combined University Club of Milwaukee we can’t tell you how impressed and pleased we are. We had no idea how busy, vibrant and exciting summer would be. The number of kids participating in our junior programs is overwhelming. 189 kids in golf, 182 in Tennis, and over 150 on the Swimming and Synchro teams. At both locations the University Club has a great family tradition and legacy. It is wonderful to see that tradition being carried on with the numerous outstanding young families we have. It is obvious these parents are committed to their kids. They are creating great University Club memories that their children will never forget. Participation in Club events has also been strong. The Fourth of July events were great and we just finished the wonderful Women’s and Men’s Invitational golf events at the Country Club. We have continued to host successful business meetings, weddings, anniversary events, baby showers and birthday events that have created wonderful memories for our members and guests. We are also looking forward to the fall with great anticipation! We have a number of compelling programming events planned as well as new fall activities at the golf course. Some of the programming highlights will be the “MKE Film Festival 2017 Preview Event” on September 12, Tolkien and Lewis “Myth, Imagination and the Quest for Meaning” on September 13 and “Bikes and Brunch - Tour de Milwaukee” with John Gurda on September 24. Please join us for these enriching experiences. With the addition of Chef David Magnasco, our new Culinary Director, our members will enjoy unique food and beverage events that will provide an extraordinary experience. Our talented staff is committed to the highest standards of service excellence. Membership continues to grow at the University Club of Milwaukee, as our over 800 members enjoy the benefits of the city and country club experience. There has never been a more exciting time at the University Club of Milwaukee! See you at the Club! Greg Dick General Manager & COO, The University Club of Milwaukee Vicki Schroeder Assistant General Manager, The University Club of Milwaukee


C R E AT I N G A C L U B C U LT U R E O F D I S T I N C T I O N

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t the University Club, our idea of excellence is creating an extraordinary member experience in every interaction. From golf and family recreation activities to professional networking and enrichment programming, our Club is the region’s premier destination for personal and professional enrichment.

Our core values speak to our goal of ensuring exceptional member experiences. We are excited to share examples of stories that exemplify each value.

CO R E VA L U ES

Passion for Excellence

Legacy UClub Member, Betty O’Neil, celebrated her 7th annual 90th Birthday Celebration with us on July 15th. Each year she celebrates with a fun theme that our events team takes to the next level with planning and decorating. In past years, Mrs. O’Neil has celebrated with pink teapots, on a beach and in the Provence of France. This year we transformed the 6th floor of the City Club into a sunflower paradise. There were hats to try on, fun goodie bags for the guests and sunflowers everywhere. Mrs. O’Neil has been a member at the University Club for more than 50 years and we are honored to host the celebration of her birthday each year.

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Integrity and Respect

The president of the Board is expected to be highly involved and informed about the Club, its members and activities. For two years, Charley Weber served in this capacity at Tripoli Country Club, excelling in his dedication and commitment to the Club and its success. Charley was a major contributor in bringing to fruition the merger of Tripoli and the University Club. You would think that when his term as president ended in June 2016, that he would have gladly handed over the reins to Dan Aiello without a second thought, but that is not Charley. Charley continues to help advise the club on a regular basis. As an attorney, his reputation is above reproach and as a club member he is both highly respected and admired.

Consistent and transparent communication that builds trust and member engagement

We want to thank our Director of Tennis, Jon Calvillo, for his excellent leadership of the Tennis Program. We hope you are taking advantage of our tennis courts and many tennis events. Jon does a great job communicating lesson plans, event schedules and more with the membership through regular email updates and phone calls. Our goal is to enhance the membership experience through communication so you constantly know what is going on at the Club.


C R E AT I N G A C L U B C U LT U R E O F D I S T I N C T I O N

M ISSIO N S TAT E ME NT The University Club of Milwaukee is a private club with a full continuum of offerings for every member of the family. From golf, tennis, dining and family recreation to professional networking and enrichment programming, the Club is committed to maintaining a high standard of quality in its services and experiences for all members and their guests. Our treasured, historic and beautiful surroundings provide the backdrop for a welcoming environment where camaraderie, friendship and the sharing of interesting and innovative ideas thrives.

Sound governance and sacred stewardship of all Club assets

Vibrant spirit of camaraderie and friendship

The University Club has retained Andy Staples, owner of Staples Golf Design and a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (“ASGCA”), to develop a comprehensive 10-year Master Plan for our golf course. Andy’s plan will incorporate changes that have been discussed by members for years and will improve the course in many ways. Andy believes the existing design of the legacy Tripoli golf course is outstanding. He is not looking to make radical changes. Andy specializes in keeping “the bones” of a course intact and one of his main objectives is to maintain (and in some areas, recover) the style and feel of Tom Bendelow’s original design features.

On July 12th, the Country Club hosted the annual Women’s Invitational. This year’s theme was “Mystery is Par for the Course.” Unfortunately, the tournament was rained out but the women showed up and had a great day together. They had mugshots taken, played games, ate delicious food, solved the mystery and most importantly, had fun. We were so happy to see that the rain didn’t prevent them from having a great day. A special congratulations to Martha Clark, Nancy Lieb, Sharon Zurawski, and Kristin Smith for solving the mystery!

Dedication to our community and the arts through the seven pillars

Jonathan Jackson, University Club Fellow and Artistic & Executive Director of Milwaukee Film, is bringing an insider preview of the 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival to the City Club this September. The event will feature Mr. Jackson’s picks for must see films at the festival and he will share the inside story of Milwaukee Film’s acquisition of a 31-year lease of the Oriental Theatre. As a final highlight of the evening, Mr. Jackson will interview four local filmmakers who have features in the festival and share clips from their work.

Have you had an experience at the University Club that exemplifies our core values? Please share it with us and your story may be featured in the next issue of the City and Country Chronicle. Share your story at info@uclubmke.com. 5


FROM THE KITCHENS

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avid Magnasco, Executive Chef and Owner of The Chef’s Table, has joined the University Club of Milwaukee’s team as Culinary Director. While at the University Club, he will split time between locations, and will focus his efforts on menu development, kitchen staff training, and on crafting unforgettable culinary and wine events for members. For six years, Magnasco served as Executive Chef of the former Tripoli Country Club. He was also Executive Chef of The Milwaukee Club for three years. His culinary career also includes working at Coquette Café and the Bartolotta Restaurant Group in Milwaukee; The Great Dane Pub and Brewing Co. in Madison, Wis.; and, the Big Island Steak House in Honolulu. We are thrilled to have him on our team. On his recent trip, David Magnasco visited the University Club of London. Seated at The Club Table for lunch, he met, networked, and fell into meaningful conversations with professionals from several countries around the globe. During his solo journey, the warmth and camaraderie created by the communal table made him feel like a fellow member. The University Club is proud to be bringing this long-standing tradition to 1898. Starting September 4th, when you come for lunch, come for more, and ask to be seated at The Club Table.

Di ni n g H o u r s f o r Au g us t & S ep temb er City Club 1898 Bar & Lounge Hours Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Friday 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Saturday 5:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Country Club Lunch: Tuesday-Friday 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Dinner: Tuesday-Saturday 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Breakfast: Saturday & Sunday 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Brunch: Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

6th Floor Dining Hours August: Tuesday Evenings 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. September: Tuesday Evenings 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

City Club Reservations: (414) 271-2222 Country Club Reservations: (414) 410-5717

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FROM THE KITCHENS

New dish added to the Country Club’s Lighter Fare on the dinner menu.

New dish added to the City Club’s Dinner menu.

Chicken Paillard Served with baby arugula, grana padano, heirloom globe tomatoes and lemon vinaigrette

Ahi Tuna Pan seared Ahi Tuna, sauteed snap peas, basmati rice, candied orange peel and ginger soy glaze

CRAFT BEER TAK EOVER

V E GA N A C C OM M ODAT I ONS

Over the past few months you have probably noticed the growing list of craft beers available in the Windmill Tap at the Country Club. Our food and beverage team has been working hard to get more local beers into the Clubhouse with local classics like Lakefront Brewery (and our Tripoli Amber) to newer breweries including Black Husky Brewing in Riverwest. Other big breweries we have on rotation are Karben 4, Central Waters and MKE Brewing Company. Be sure to try the Solemn Oak Lü Kolsch from Naperville, IL. Order a flight and try each one or grab a cold one at the honor bar on the course.

In recent weeks, we have had the opportunity to wow clients with two vegan style weddings. We have the ability to customize any of our menu items to your specific needs, as well as design a menu specifically for your group! Our Chef de Cuisine at the City Club, Justice Neal, created several dishes including ratatouille and couscous stuffed roasted tomatoes, carrot-ginger soup spoons, and coriander and cumin marsala seitan to serve at the weddings. We enjoy working “outside of the box”, and are happy to consult with your group to provide the level of customized dining you deserve.

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P R O G R A M M I N G AT T H E C L U B

UP C OMI N G EVEN T S 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival Insider Preview - Tuesday, September 12, 5:30 p.m. at the City Club Join Milwaukee Film Artistic & Executive Director Jonathan Jackson for an insider preview of the 2017 Milwaukee Film Festival, taking place September 28 – October 12, 2017, featuring his picks for must-see films at the festival. Mr. Jackson will also share the inside story of Milwaukee Film’s acquisition of a 31-year lease of the Oriental Theatre, which Entertainment Weekly called “One of the 10 Best Movie Theatres in America.” As a final highlight of the evening, University Club Fellow Mr. Jackson, will interview four local filmmakers who have features in the festival and share clips from their work, while discussing the phenomenal growth of Milwaukee’s filmmaking industry. The cost is $15 for Members, $20 for Non-Members (Inclusive) and will include complimentary beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres during this exciting insider preview event. This event is hosted and generously sponsored by: Katie Heil, Emilia Layden, Lacey Sadoff. Donna Baumgartner, Michael Koss Jr., Susan Mikulay and Andy Nunemaker.

Chip Duncan presents Tolkien and Lewis “Myth, Imagination and the Quest for Meaning” Wednesday, September 13, 5:30 p.m. at the City Club Join Filmmaker and University Club Fellow, Chip Duncan, along with Lewis-Tolkien expert from Wheaton College, Dr. Gerald Root, and Tim Hiller, Milwaukee based consulting producer, for a preview of Duncan’s newest film, “Tolkien and Lewis: Myth, Imagination, and the Quest for Meaning.” Experience the film documenting world famous authors J.R.R. Tolkien ("The Lord of the Rings") and C.S. Lewis ("The Chronicles of Narnia"), and take part in a Q&A discussion. The cost is $30++ for members and $35++ for non-members and includes hors d’oeuvres and a member charge bar. Wine Tastings with Ben Christiansen of Waterford Wine Company We will soon be offering complimentary Wine Tastings for our members through the Waterford Wine Company. The tastings will be held at both the City and Country Club locations and have limited seating in an intimate format. Be sure to read upcoming emails for more information, event dates and tasting themes.

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P R O G R A M M I N G AT T H E C L U B

“Bikes and Brunch – Tour de Milwaukee” with John Gurda Sunday, September 24, 9:30 a.m. at the City Club Come see Historic Milwaukee by bicycle. Join Milwaukee historian John Gurda for a two-hour, ten-mile jaunt through Downtown, the Menomonee Valley, Pigsville, Miller Valley, Concordia, Midtown, the Beer Line, the East Side, and Milwaukee’s magnificent lakefront. We’ll see Milwaukee treasures both familiar and new, traveling at a leisurely pace with informed commentary at a dozen points along the way. We will be meeting at the City Club at 9:30 a.m. and the tour will leave promptly at 10:00 a.m. When we return, there will be brunch waiting for everyone in 1898. Cost is $45++ per person and we ask that you bring your own bike. If you do not have a bike, we will help secure a Bublr bike for you. Please let us know at time of registration if you will need a bike (additional fee will apply).

If you would like to learn more about these events, or if you have an idea for a future event, please contact Vicki Schroeder at vschroeder@uclubmke.com or (414) 238-2327. To register for events email frontdesk@uclubmke.com or call (414) 271-2222.

S av e t he D a t e ! Upcoming Wine Dinners Hosted by Culinary Director David Magnasco 5 Courses - $165 per person - Seating is Limited Domaine Serene Friday, September 22nd City Club, 6th Floor

Joseph Phelps Wednesday, October 11th Country Club

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C E L E B R AT I N G M E M B E R A C H I E V E M E N T S

M E MBER ACH IEVEMENTS

S TA F F NE WS

Counted among our membership are prominent CEOs, business executives, entrepreneurs, scientists, academics, philanthropists, community volunteers and up-and coming professionals. Every day, University Club members are making an indelible impact on the future of our city, state and region. Below are just a few examples of our members and staff doing great things:

Assistant Golf Professional, Andrew Hanson, won the Wisconsin PGA Assistant’s Championship on July 25. He has qualified for the National Championship that takes place November 9-12 in Port St. Lucie, FL.

Steve Marcus, chairman of the Marcus Corporation, is spearheading “Sculpture Milwaukee;” a free outdoor urban gallery along Wisconsin Ave.

Would you like to share your great news? Did a fellow member recently celebrate a major achievement? If so, let us know so we can share with the rest of our membership! Simply email: info@uclubmke.com.

Reputation Partners LLC, co-founded by Megan Hakes, announced acquisition of web and design agency Words & Pictures Inc. in June 2017. Mary Ellen Stanek and Ugo Nwagbaraocha were featured in the Milwaukee BizTimes article “How They Got There: Big wigs’ climb to the top.” Bill Bertha retired in June 2017 after 12 years with US Bank and more than 30 years in the banking industry. Deanna & Eric Tillisch are being honored at the Life Navigators 34th Annual Challenger Event on September 18, 2017. During the practice round for the Men’s Invitational, Brad Evans acheieved the rarest of all golf scores, an Albatross more commonly known as a Double Eagle.

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2017 GOLF SEASON

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e have had a tough season for golf with all the rain that has come through the Midwest this year. We are lucky to have a course that drains so well and Terry Conway at the helm. Terry and his crew are always working to make the course playable and usable for the carts. As it has been such a difficult year to maintain all the different areas, be sure to stop and express your appreciation to Terry if you see him on the course. We just finished both of our invitationals in July. Unfortunately, the ladies event was rained out but they made lemonade out of the lemons that were handed to them. They had a fun luncheon that made the disappointment of missing the event a bit easier. Thank you to everyone who participated. We also had the Men’s Invitational July 20-22. Luckily, the rain held off until Friday night, which washed out our skills competition but allowed us to play all our rounds. Nate Tiziani and Joe Gile won an exciting shootout on Saturday afternoon with about 200 people in attendance. It was a great show with some terrific golf from all the competitors. Junior Golf is starting to wind down and believe it or not, our summer will be coming to an end in about a month. The Junior Awards Banquet is scheduled for Sunday, August 13th and we encourage all junior golfers and their families to attend. Please remember that September and October provides some of the best golf weather (besides all the leaves) for you to bring your guests out to the club. There is a lot of availability during the week and we hope you take advantage of the remainder of the golf season. If there is any scheduled maintenance that we feel will interrupt the playability of the course we will send out communications. Thank you everyone for your support, see you on the course. All my best, Dylan Hills Director of Golf

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Ladies’ Event Results Women’s Windmill Score 131: Cindy Gault, Beth Schroeder, Jane Sauer, Linda Mesirow Score: 137: Amy Cesarz, Mary Domer, Martha Clark, Penny Diamante Score 141: Ashley Evans, Nancy Berg, Suzette Miller, Suzanne Rose Women’s Margarita Masher Hole 1: 90 yards Tracy Schmidt Hole 2: 98 yards Mary Beth Aasen Hole 4: 88 yards Rebecca Provancher Hole 6: 98 yards Lindsey Zamzow Hole 8: 115 yards Mary Beth Aasen Hole 9: 99 yards Sharon Reed Low Gross: Ashley Evans Women’s Solheim Cup Team Red: Cindy Gault, Suzanne Rose, Mary Guy, Penny Diamante, Barb Jorgensen, Joanne Dixon, Barb Heitman, Linda Mesirow, Nancy Meeks, Dawne Manista, Susie Fondrie, Sharon Zurawski

Grounds Update from Terry Conway It is a continuous process to maintain and improve the course and, as you might expect, takes a tremendous amount of labor and effort to keep things in peak condition. To help achieve that goal, we have been fortunate to be able to purchase some new equipment including a fairway mower, riding greens mower, high tech Toro multi-pro sprayer, 360-degree rough mower and a Workman utility vehicle. These items have been a great addition to our “tools of the trade” and will help us achieve even better results in the care and maintenance of our grounds. We encourage all our members to come out to enjoy the beauty of our Club and experience our wonderful summer and fall seasons. We look forward to seeing you at the country club soon.


2017 GOLF SEASON

M en ’s Eve n t Res ults Keith Miller Windmill Classic Score 124: Jim Clark, Brian Sewart, Josh Phillips, Don Kossow Score 125: Charley Weber, Bob Kraft, Doug Carlson, Jon Gould Score 127: W. Wabiszewski, Jamie Kaufmann, Dan Aiello, Brian Timmis Score 129: Dan Heichel, Pat Mehigan, Helmut Adam, Garrett Pasternak Score 130: Mark Aasen, Mike Honkamp, Sean Dunphy, E. Wabiszewski Member-Member Score 164.4: Stephen Provancher and Brad Evans Score 170.8: Craig Powell and Jasin Pasho Score 172.7: Tom Colleton and Tyler Fishbune Score 173.5: Brian Sewart and Nate Tizini Score 173.8: Jim Loving and Helmut Adam TGIF 6/30 Score 28.57: Larry & Lynn Trebon, Jim & Martha Clark, Mike & Penny Clarey Score 29.76: Stephen & Angela Walmsley, David & Kristin Ross, Chad & Alyson Stepke Score 29.78: Nick & Cathy Walls, Matt & Molly Lueder, Dave & Betsy Wyatt Senior Club Championship Low Gross: John Wittkowske Low Net: Greg Renz

2017 Men’s Invitational Champions Nate Tiziani & Joe Gile Second Place Stephen Provancher & Sean Anderson Third Place: Peter Duback & Travis Larabee

J u n i o r Go l f We hope everyone is able to attend our Junior Banquet on Sunday, August 13 when awards will be given to 18-hole, 9-hole, 6-hole, 4-hole and Little Linker winners. Congratulations on your achievements and we look forward to seeing your golf games improve as you utilize the lessons taught in our programs. We are very proud of the way all the juniors handled themselves during the course of the junior golf season. They showed honesty, determination, and competitiveness in a fun way. Thanks again to everyone involved in Junior Golf for another great season!

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INVESTING IN THE FUTURE

S t e ve B u ll Sc h o la r s h i p

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teve Bull was the Director of Golf at Tripoli Country Club for 34 years and still holds the course record of 62. As a legendary figure in Wisconsin golf, Steve was an outstanding player and had an unmistakable presence on the fairways. Steve has an undying respect for the game that he passed on to his staff, members and friends. He was respected by his peers and was a mentor to many young PGA Professionals including University Club General Manager, Greg Dick. Steve retired in 1998. He and his wife Margot are doing well and now reside in Florida. Many of our members see them in the winter while they are in Florida. Steve did great things for people his entire career. We don’t know about many of them because the last thing Steve would do is boast about his good deeds. One of the great things Steve and Margot did is start the Steve Bull Foundation. Steve really cared about the Evans Scholars Caddie program and was so proud whenever one of Tripoli’s caddies earned a scholarship. Steve also appreciated all the other employees at Tripoli and knew they would never have a chance at something so grand as an Evans Scholarship. Steve started his foundation to create educational opportunities for the young and talented employees of Tripoli Country Club.

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Now, each year, any University Club employee who has worked for at least two summers or more and is enrolled full-time at an accredited post-secondary school, can apply for a Steve Bull Foundation Scholarship. Hundreds of employees over the years were fortunate enough to have been awarded the scholarship and we’ve received many letters of thanks from these grateful employees. When Steve retired, he left the Foundation in the very capable hands of his great friends, Jim Loving, Greg Renz, Gary Marzack and Jim Caragher. They picked up the baton and have carried on this great tradition. The scholarship fund is currently supported through member donations and contributions from golfing events such as the upcoming “Bully” Men’s Golf Tournament. We feel this is a great cause and encourage all our members to participate in helping to make the foundation a continuing success. If you would like to make a contribution, please contact Greg Dick at gdick@uclubmke.com.


UPGRADING THE CLUB

C i t y C l u b L o bby R e m o d el In March of 2015, the creation of 1898 and associated City Club infrastructure upgrades were completed in our last major renovation project. Our members now enjoy the elegant and sophisticated 1898, which is the primary location of our member a la carte dining. We are very excited to announce the continuation of our City Club upgrades, the Lobby Renovation Project. This project is the latest benefit of the resources of our combined club and will assist us in delivering even higher member satisfaction.

Construction will begin in early 4th quarter and will last approximately 8 weeks. The Club will remain fully accessible during that time.

This project continues the influence of local designer, Jose Carlino, of Jose Carlino Design, who created the vision, form and function of 1898 and will continue the transformation into the University Club Lobby area.

Please visit the City Club Front Desk or the University Club website to preview the look and feel of our new, renovated Lobby area!

Interior design is art designed to meet objectives. Jose’s approach is to “Begin with an Idea and End with a Masterpiece”. As a gifted designer, José Carlino has over 30 years of experience as an interior storyteller. His passion for design has earned him experience at top firms such as Bunny Williams, David Easton and JP Molyneaux.

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2017 TENNIS SEASON

Tennis JUNIOR TENNIS The University Club tennis program has had a great season. Currently there are 180 juniors either taking private lessons, group drills, or competing on Wednesday’s and Friday’s in JTT (USTA Junior Team Tennis). We are proud to field an 8 & under red, 10 & under orange, 10 & under green, 12 & under yellow, 14 & under yellow, and a high school team. As of August 1, our 8 & under Red Team is in 1st place! EVENT RESULTS Congratulations to James Cirincione, who was the Champion in the University Club USTA 10 & under Progression Tournament on July 8th. Congratulations to our champions from Ladies Member-Guest on July 19th; Tanja Felton and Melanie Booth from the City Club Flight and Carol Carr and Jennifer Garven from the Country Club Flight. AUGUST PROMOTION The Tennis Pro Shop is once again offering our August private lesson tennis package which is open to any junior participating in group lessons. Take advantage of the special savings: 5 private lessons with your favorite Assistant Tennis Pro for $200.00.

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2017 POOL SEASON

Aquatics

The 2017 University Club of Milwaukee’s Swim, Diving and Synchro Teams.

SEASON UPDATE

POOL HOURS

Our Synchro Team is fresh off their big performance on July 28th and our swim team has been bringing home the gold in most of their meets! Our Diving Team, has also had a great summer, competing in two diving meets with one more scheduled in August. Please remember that swim team and swim lessons will remain in session through Friday, August 4th.

During the month of August, the pool has open swim time from 11:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Mondays, 11:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and from 10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. on the weekends. During open swim time, there are always lifeguards on duty and towels provided for members and their guests. The pool will remain open with regular hours through Labor Day (weather permitting) and then have limited hours during the first two weekends of September.

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YOUR UCLUB TEAM

Our team strives to provide exceptional service to you, our members, every day. If you have questions about club activities, would like to make a reservation or are interested in hosting an event at the City or Country Club, please use the following information to connect with the right person. MANAGEMENT Greg Dick – General Manager / COO gdick@uclubmke.com, (414) 271-2222 ext. 302 Vicki Schroeder – Assistant General Manager, vschroeder@uclubmke.com, (414) 238-2327

MEMBERSHIP AND MARKETING Colleen White – Director of Membership Sales cwhite@uclubmke.com, (414) 238-2336

OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION

Jillian Carlson – Marketing and Communications Manager

Front Desk – frontdesk@uclubmke.com, (414) 271-2222

jcarlson@uclubmke.com, (414) 436-2209

Lindsay Pallo – Office Manager, City Club lpallo@uclubmke.com, (414) 271-2362

ACCOUNTING

Jenny Holmes – Communications and Accounting Assistant

Jeff Podbielski – Controller/HR Manager

jholmes@uclubmke.com, (414) 410-5706

jpodbielski@uclubmke.com, (414) 271-2450 Martin Eberhardt – Accountant

GOLF

meberhardt@uclubmke.com

If you’d like to sign up for golf lessons or contact our golf professionals,

James Butzen – Senior Accounting Clerk,

call (414) 410-5710 or email proshop@uclubmke.com.

jbutzen@uclubmke.com

Dylan Hills – Director of Golf dhills@uclubmke.com, (414) 410-5711

FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Mike Miezin – Head Gold Professional

David Magnasco – Culinary Director

mmiezin@uclubmke.com

dmags@uclubmke.com, (414) 271-2222

Austin Schloesser – First Assistant Golf Professional

Ross Lorenz – Executive Chef, Country Club

Gus Pick – Assistant Golf Professional

rlorenz@uclubmke.com, (414) 410-5703

Andrew Hansen – Assistant Golf Professional and Caddie Master

Justice Neal – Chef de Cusine, City Club jneal@uclubmke.com, (414) 238-2227

TENNIS

Matt Bluethman – Food and Beverage Executive Director, City Club,

Jon Calvillo – Director of Tennis

mbluethman@uclubmke.com, (414) 436-2209

calvilloj@aol.com, (414) 351-7221

Ornela Dhamo – Dining and Banquet Manager, City Club

AQUATICS

odhamo@uclubmke.com, (414) 615-2841

EVENTS AND CATERING Megan Lach – Director of Catering Private Event Sales mlach@uclubmke.com, (414) 436-2432 Stephanie Cicero – Catering and Private Events Manager scicero@uclubmke.com, (414) 238-2337 Angel Sechtig – Event Coordinator asechtig@uclubmke.com, (414) 410-5701

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Hannah Tiedt – Aquatics Director htiedt@uclubmke.com, (414) 410-5719

FACILITIES AND MAINTENANCE Michael Dishaw – Facility Manager, City Club mdishaw@uclubmke.com, (414) 271-2222 ext. 177 Elias Gutierrez - Facility Manager, Country Club egutierrez@uclubmke.com, (414) 899-5596

COURSE AND GROUNDS Terry Conway – Grounds Superintendent trconway@wi.rr.com, (414) 351-7218 Steven “Wheat” Beck – Grounds smbwheat@aol.com


GET TO KNOW YOUR CLUB

P rogram min g

Dres s C od e

The Closer Look Series’ offers an opportunity to hear presentations and engage in panel discussions on current events and hot button topics. The event pricing includes appetizers and pre-program cocktails & wine.

We encourage business casual attire in all areas of the City and Country Club. Fashionably casual dress, including denim, is allowed in the City Club’s 1898 Bar and Lounge. Casualwear is also allowed at the Country Club’s pool area and changing rooms.

The Enrichment Breakfasts are an intimate format for in-depth discussion with experts in everything from career development to retirement to arts and culture. The event pricing includes a breakfast buffet. Ladies Night is held the third Wednesday of the month at the Country Club. Bring your friends to enjoy half price drinks and appetizers, while socializing with fellow members and guests. Occasionally, we’ll invite special presenters to attend to teach mixology or discuss wines or craft cocktails. It’s a very casual event, intended to be a fun evening out.

P ro S hop s

Please avoid shorts, sweatshirts, tee shirts and tennis shoes in both Clubhouses. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, a more relaxed dress code including walking shorts, sandals, jeans and non-collared shirts is welcomed on the first floor of the City Club as well as going to and from hotel rooms. .

C l ub C ars We have two Club Cars at the City Club, a Mercedes Sprinter and a GMC Denali. Club Car usage is reserved for members and guests using the City Club. We are available to transport people between our two club locations and within a three-mile radius of the City Club with no charge when you are using the Club. Fees apply when traveling to Miller Park or the Airport. To use the Club Car you must make a reservation 24 hours in advance, to make your reservation call (414) 271-2222.

The Golf Shop is open almost year-round and carries more than just golf clothing and equipment. You can find casual clothing, jewelry, sun glasses, unique gifts and more. Stop by to check it out. The Tennis Pro Shop also carries a variety of items including sportswear, swim goggles, tennis gear and more. If you’ve forgotten something at home, stop in. You may find it in our Tennis Shop. 19


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AROUND THE CLUB

Junior Tennis 8 & Under

3rd of July at the City Club

Mexican Fiesta Noche

Windmill Welcome

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Veranda Opening and Fellows Introduction

Women’s Margarita Masher

2nd of July at the Country Club


AROUND THE CLUB

Betty O’Neil’s 96th Birthday Party

2nd of July at the Country Club

Senior Club Championship Winners

2nd of July at the Country Club

K9 Tennis Ball Donation

Women’s Invitational

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The University Club of Milwaukee 924 E Wells St. Milwaukee, WI 53202

City Club 924 E Wells St. Milwaukee, WI 53202

Country Club 7401 N 43rd St. Milwaukee, WI 53209

(414) 271-2222 www.uclubmke.com

August/September Chronicle 2017  
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