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CHRONICLE CITY AND COUNTRY
WELCOME TO YOUR CLUB
INSIDE YOUR CITY AND COUNTRY CHRONICLE
Letter from Dan Aiello and Greg Dick
Programming at the Club
The University Club Fellows Program
Save the Date
Golf Season Welcome
Tennis and Aquatics
Meet Your Fellow Members
Celebrating Member Achievements
Creating a Club Culture of Distinction
Your UClub Team
Your Club at a Glance
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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER
ith the merger of our two legacy clubs complete, and our new name and branding finalized, we are now working to update our communication vehicles in order to ensure you have access to all the latest and greatest happening at your Club. As a first step, we are pleased to introduce you to the inaugural issue of the “City and Country Chronicle” – the University Club of Milwaukee’s bi-monthly member newsletter. Along with the news shared in our weekly e-newsletter, this publication will provide a deeper look into Club, community and member news. In each issue, you will also find a pull-out calendar with upcoming social events, photos from past Club events and member spotlights to showcase the many ways our members are having a meaningful impact on the Club and the community. We are also working to create our new website, which will be both an important marketing tool, as well as a convenient hub of information for current members. You’ll be able to access your membership account, register for events and programs, reserve rooms, make dining reservations and more. This work is just beginning and is expected to be complete by early Fall. Please check out the UClub’s weekly e-blast as well as our Facebook page for more information about upcoming events at the Club. You can expect to continue to hear from both of us regularly, as well. Our commitment is to continue to provide you with engaging and helpful information so you can fully enjoy your member experience. If you have ideas for future editions, we look forward to your input. See you at the Club! Dan Aiello Board President, The University Club of Milwaukee Greg Dick General Manager & COO, The University Club of Milwaukee
C I V I C
S P O R T
F A M I L Y
S O C I A L
hen the merger was
finalized late last year, the important integration work began immediately. Thanks to feedback from our members, the Board navigated through a number of key decisions, such as determining our new combined club name and logo; rationalizing our dues structure; establishing a financially responsible budget; and hiring key staff.
At the forefront of every decision was ensuring the University Club delivers memorable experiences for every member, while building a strong organization that is well-positioned for the future. Only five months post-merger, those goals are starting to be realized. For example, while some attrition naturally occurs in organizations like ours, membership levels are strong. We are currently at 791 members and are seeing a positive response to our membership invitation, which has resulted in 15 new members to-date. Moreover, we are seeing many more faces at the Club! Attendance at the Country Club Easter Egg Hunt was double that of last year. Combined attendance for Easter Brunch and Motherâ€™s Day at both locations was nearly 1,300 members and guests. Anecdotally, staff and members report a renewed sense of energy and engagement at both locations, as well. Our goal is to continue giving you a reason to return to your Club again and again. For an update on the many fun and engaging events coming up, be sure to check out the calendar included in this newsletter. Investing in Your Club Membership growth, increased usage and the financial synergies being realized from the merger affords us the opportunity to further invest in your Club. For example, the UClub recently acquired a 2017 Mercedes Benz Sprinter in order to expand our complementary car service throughout downtown, between the City and Country Club, as well as to Miller Park and Mitchell Airport. Along with the UClubâ€™s GMC Yukon Denali, these comfortable, impeccable vehicles are at your service whether
you’re headed to the theater, a concert, sporting event or have to catch a flight. While reservations aren’t required, they are encouraged to ensure a vehicle is ready when needed. To ensure you continue to enjoy a championship caliber golf course, we recently upgraded our golf maintenance equipment. Before summer fully kicked in, we also invested in new pool patio chairs, tables and umbrellas at the Country Club. And the lobby at the City Club will be refinished this summer, with Jose Carlino, design architect of 1898, overseeing the project. Whether you’re at the Club with your friends, family or colleagues, our goal is to ensure that our facilities, amenities and services reflect the pride we have for our Club. The Board continues to listen to staff and member feedback in order to develop a more detailed capital investment plan, the details of which will become available later this summer. “While the immediate focus of the Board and management needed to be on the merger integration process, we are at the point where we can move on from this as the primary focus,” said Keith Burns, 13-year member and treasurer of the University Club Board of Directors. “I am excited about the tremendous progress we’ve made in such a short period of time, and I look forward to more exciting club enhancements to come.”
Our new 2017 Mercedes Benz Sprinter
P R O G R A M M I N G AT T H E C L U B
e are pleased to offer a compelling array of engaging and intellectually stimulating programming for our members’ enjoyment. Unlike any other club in the region, the UClub offers members truly unique opportunities to engage up close with leaders in various fields; experience behind the scenes access to some of the region’s most compelling arts and culture events; and participate in thought-provoking dialogue with each other and our region’s leaders about pressing issues of the day. Here’s a look back at several of the major events members enjoyed so far this year. For a full listing of what’s to come, such as the Ten Chimney’s “Evolution of Jazz in America,” which will transform the City Club’s ballroom into a 1940’s jazz club on July 27, please check out the “Save the Date” section on page 9 as well as the upcoming events page on our website.
Closer Look Series: The Future of Driverless of Cars On February 9, the University Club’s “Closer Look Series” delved into the array of challenges associated with this closer-than-you-think technology. Milwaukee Public Radio’s Mitch Teich moderated a panel of David Leiker of Baird Equity Research, Tim Frisbie of Chicago’s Shared-Use Mobility Center and University Club member Art Harrington of Godfrey & Kahn. Panelists discussed the utopian versus dystopian vision for autonomous vehicles, as well as how cities and states across the country are preparing for this inevitable technology. “My Two Elaines,” by Former Governor Martin Schreiber The impact of Alzheimer’s can be profound. During an hour-long conversation on February 21 with Milwaukee native and former Wisconsin governor, Marty Schreiber, members heard the personal account of his experience serving as a caregiver for his wife, Elaine. In his book, “My Two Elaines,” Schreiber shares his story and provides his advice for those taking on the caregiving role.
P R O G R A M M I N G AT T H E C L U B
Far and Sure: A Behind-The-Scenes Look at the Making of Tommy’s Honor A look into the lives of the pioneers of modern professional golf, “Tommy’s Honor” shares the true-life story of father and son duo Tom and Tommy Morris. On April 18, members enjoyed an exclusive screening of the film followed by a Q&A session with one of the film’s producers, Jim Kreutzer, filmmaker and CEO of Wind Chill Media Group. USGA U.S. Open Exclusive Preview With the U.S. Open coming to Wisconsin in 2017, the University Club invited USGA U.S. Open Championship managers, Eric Steimer and Marisa Giglio, to share an insider preview with members on April 27. Members learned about how the U.S. Open comes together and its 2017 host site – Erin Hills. Renowned Filmmaker Chip Duncan Members enjoyed a truly unique experience with award winning filmmaker, photographer, author, and University Club Fellow, Chip Duncan, on May 25. Inspired by his travels around the world, Duncan recently released “Half a Reason to Die,” a collection of eight original short stories based on real life events from his time working as a writer and documentary filmmaker. During his talk, Duncan shared some of the stories, which span the globe, from a military doctor in Afghanistan to a homeless Vietnam vet. Mirror, Mirror – The Milwaukee Ballet’s Season Finale On June 2, members enjoyed an unforgettable evening at Mirror, Mirror the stunning end to the Milwaukee Ballet’s season. The evening began with a three-course dinner, followed by intimate discussion with Michael Pink, artistic director of the Milwaukee Ballet and University Club Fellow, about what drove his vision for this tantalizing production. Members were then transported to the Marcus Center by the Club’s complementary car service, where they enjoyed Snow White as they’ve never seen before. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 238-2327. You can register for future events by simply emailing email@example.com or calling (414) 271-2222.
THE UNIVERSITY CLUB FELLOWS PROGRAM
ne unique way in which we deliver compelling programming is through the University Club Fellows Program. For the past four years, renowned experts from around the region have been invited to participate in a two-year fellowship with the Club. During their fellowship, the experts share their collective insights and talents through a full array of member programs and events. This year, the UClub’s programming committee thoughtfully selected seven new Fellows – leaders in the fields of journalism, film, music and environmental science – out of a pool of 50 proposals. With the Board of Director’s unanimous approval, the 2017-2019 University Club Fellows are:
Frank Almond (R) Concertmaster of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Kira Lafond (N) Publisher and Market President of the Milwaukee Business Journal
Randy Bryant (R) President and CEO of Ten Chimneys Foundation
Jordan Lee (N) Program Director of 88.9 Radio Milwaukee
Kyle Cherek (R) Host of the Wisconsin Foodie
Ken Leinbach (N) Author and Executive Director of the Urban Ecology Center
Chip Duncan (R) Author and Filmmaker at The Duncan Group Linda Edelstein (N) CEO of the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra Dr. David Garman (N) Associate Vice Chancellor for Water Technology, Research and Development at UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences; Chief Technology Officer of The Water Council Dr. Eve Hall (R) President and CEO of Milwaukee Urban League Jonathan Jackson (R) Artistic and Executive Director of Milwaukee Film Jeramey Jannene (N) President and Co-Founder of Urban Milwaukee
Brad Lichtenstein (N) Filmmaker and President of 371 Productions Dr. Magda Peck (R) Founder of MP3 Health, and Founding Dean of the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health at UW-Milwaukee Michael Pink (R) Artistic Director of the Milwaukee Ballet Dr. Earnestine Willis (R) Kellner Professor in Pediatrics and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Underserved Children at the Medical College of Wisconsin KEY: N = New Fellow R = Returning Fellow
S AV E T H E D AT E
EVENTS TO ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR EVENT DATE (2017) LOCATION
Margarita Night (Tennis)
Margarita Masher (Golf)
4th of July Celebration
4th of July Celebration
Flick & Float
July 20 - 22
Ten Chimneys Cabaret
Flick & Float
Milwaukee Film Festival Insider Preview
End of the Year Awards Banquet (Golf)
Children’s Holiday Party
Gingerbread House Decorating & Lunch
GOLF SEASON WELCOME
Our scenic 18-hole legacy course has come back to
life with golf season well under way. The grass is green, the flowers are blooming and despite the challenging spring weather, the course is in tremendous shape. Golf professionals, Mike Miezin and Austin Schloesser, are back for the season. Joining them are Andy Hansen and Gus Pick as assistant golf professionals. Each of them brings tremendous experience and passion for golf to the UClub. Led by Dylan Hills, director of golf, your golf pros are here to help you enjoy the most out of your golf experience. Whether youâ€™re a scratch golfer or new to the game, there is truly something for everyone at the UClub:
Tee Times To schedule your tee times or register for golf events, sign on to foretees.com/Tripoli or use the ForeTees app. Registrations can also be taken by calling (414) 410-5710. Lessons Along with the standard half-hour and full-hour adult golf lessons, the Club offers family lesson packages, junior half-hour lessons and junior lesson packages. Please see Dylan or Mike in the Golf Pro Shop for more details. Pro Shop Located on the lower level of the Country Club, the Golf Pro Shop carries top merchandise for your golfing needs, as well as other non-golf related items. This year, the Pro Shop will continue to carry brands such as Peter Millar, Straight Down, LolĂŤ, JoFit, along with new brands, such as B. Draddy, KJUS, Katherine Way and OluKai footwear. Stop by the shop to get ready for summer!
TGIF Held every last Friday of the month throughout the summer, these events serve as a fun introduction to the course in a non-competitive, relaxed setting. These events are open to everyone!
Grounds Update from Terry Conway While rain pushed back the start of some of our projects, our course is shaping up nicely. Repairs to the windmill are underway. The paver project by the pool should be completed soon. And the grounds crew is in their regular summer routine of cutting and trimming, with our flower beds and greens blooming nicely. We are especially thrilled with the investment in our new golf maintenance equipment,and are committed to keeping your course in championship caliber condition all season long. HAVE A GREAT SEASON!
T E N N I S A N D A Q U AT I C S
those looking to strengthen their skills and confidence in the water can take advantage of private and group swim lessons, taught by a highly trained and friendly staff of instructors. Throughout the summer, the UClub swim team, synchronized swim team and diving team will be participating in the “BIG 6” Conference with other private country clubs located in the North Shore area. During the home swim meets held at the following times, the pool will be closed: Thursday, June 29 at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 18 at 5:00 p.m. Friday, July 28 at 3:00 p.m.
TE NNIS Whether playing socially or competitively, University Club members have the unique opportunity to experience one of the region’s top tennis programs. Under the leadership of Jon Calvillo, director of tennis, who has been with the Club for more than 20 years and has ranked No. 1 in Wisconsin in both men’s open singles and mixed doubles, the tennis program offers something for everyone. Various social activities hosted throughout the year provide opportunities for fun, fitness and friendship at the Country Club’s five state-of-the-art outdoor hard tennis courts and two outdoor platform (paddle) courts. Those looking to improve their skills can sign up for personalized adult and junior lessons designed with ability, physical coordination, attention span and interest level in mind.
To learn more about the aquatics program contact Hannah Tiedt at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 410-5719.
THE P OOL & TE NNI S C L UB H O U S E The Pool & Tennis Clubhouse is a beautiful 4,600 square foot, air-conditioned building that houses a snack bar and grill, the Tennis Pro Shop, a locker room with shower facilities, a special changing area for small children, a television viewing area and a lounge with a fireplace. It is the hub of activity for pool parties, tennis socials and small indoor parties in the summer. You can reserve the Clubhouse for a private event by contacting catering and private events manager, Stephanie Cicero at email@example.com or (414) 238-2337, or by contacting event coordinator, Angel Sechtig at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 410-5701.
Contact Jon Calvillo to learn more about the tennis program at email@example.com or (414) 351-7221.
A QUATICS The 25-meter, Junior Olympic-size lap pool with attached diving well and wading pool is a refreshing way to beat the summer heat and stay in shape. Separated into diving, lap swimming, and recreational swimming areas, everyone can enjoy the pool. And,
MEET YOUR FELLOW MEMBERS
Jane and Mike Malone
UNIVERSITY CLUB MEMBER SINCE 2014
LEGACY TRIPOLI MEMBERS SINCE 1987
Q: Tell us a little about yourself. A: I was the first person in my family to attend college and loved every moment at Marquette. Today, I work as a public affairs consultant at Nation Consulting, and serve as the executive director of the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. This year, I was elected as the Secretary of the Democratic National Committee, and in 2004, I became the youngest person ever elected to the DNC at age 17. My husband, Phillip Bailey, is a product manager at Bon-Ton. We live in Bay View with our dog, George Washington. (Yes, that really is his name.)
Q: Why did you become a member of Tripoli Country Club? A: Jane’s grandfather was a longtime member. Her first exposure to Tripoli was spending time at the pool in the early 1960’s with her family. We decided to join Tripoli in 1987 because of its emphasis on family. Now, our children and their families are members, too. We love seeing our grandchildren enjoying the pool and all of the children’s holiday programs.
Q: Why did you originally become a member of the University Club of Milwaukee? A: Philip and I were looking for ways to expand our networks and be connected to something in Milwaukee. After a current member made the suggestion and introduction, it was a simple sell. We’ve loved every moment of it. Q: What is your favorite memory of being at the Club? A: This is a really easy one for us – we got married at the Club! We had all our guests gather on the second floor of the City Club, where we had a short ceremony followed by a wonderful evening cocktail and dessert reception. Every time I’m back in that room it brings a smile to my face. Q: What is your vision for Milwaukee in five years? A: I hope to see some really important, strategic growth in the central city. I am optimistic for the economic impact that the new Bucks arena will have for the area just north of the arena, and hope that will continue to spread from there. I am also excited to continue seeing new, younger leaders step up and get involved in our city.
Q: What are you looking forward to most following the merger of the University Club and Tripoli Country Club? A: We appreciate the different experiences each location offers. We are now in the 31st year of our membership at the Country Club, and we continue to enjoy the golf course and pool. The City Club offers such a different experience. We have attended a few programs, such as the evening with former U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell and the Closer Look Series, and look forward to attending many more. Q: Where is your favorite place in Milwaukee to spend time with your family? A: We enjoy many of the things Milwaukee has to offer – the sports, theater experiences, the festivals, restaurants, the Milwaukee County Zoo, and the Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee has all the amenities of a big city. But, it is still small enough that it’s easy to enjoy all the activities without a lot of hassle. Q: Where do you hope Milwaukee will be in five years? A: More people want to live in the city than ever before. We hope this continues. We want to see Milwaukee continue to grow, attracting more to our wonderful city.
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:
Golf Pro Andrew Hanson advanced through the first stage of U.S. Open Qualifying. He competed in the Sectional Qualifying round at Brookside Golf & Country Club on June 5.
Sheldon and Marianne Lubar announced a $5.5 million contribution to Marquette University’s Law School for a new public policy research institution.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head Golf Pro Mike Miezin qualified for the Wisconsin State Open, which will be held at North Shore Country Club in August.
Jason Rae was elected as Secretary of the Democratic National Committee. Mallory Davis is a part of the new HGTV show “My Flippin’ Friends.” Evan Hughes, and his company, Central Standard Craft Distillery, were presented with the Better Business Bureau’s 2017 Spark Award. Mark Wiesman and Julie Tolan acquired LauberCFOs.
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
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.
To ensure a consistently exceptional member experience, the UClub Board drafted and unanimously approved the following set of core values. These values frame and define what we want be known for.
C ORE VA L U ES Passion for Excellence
Striving to provide an exceptional member experience. • Impeccable quality and excellent service in all aspects of club life • High quality lessons and skill development in athletic activities • Informative programming that enlightens, entertains and ignites positive dialogue • Commitment to our community and support of the arts • Maintenance and care of facilities, golf course and grounds
Integrity and Respect
Fostering an environment that is respectful and trustworthy and in which all constituents take pride and responsibility for maintaining a professional, yet welcoming atmosphere. • Personal behaviors and comportment • Interactions with fellow members, staff and guests • For our historic structures, their treasures and surroundings • Preserving a beautiful and highly regarded golf course
Consistent and transparent communication that builds trust and member engagement
A culture that supports and fosters open and collaborative communication between all constituents and is focused on information sharing, positive solutions and continuous improvement. • Timely delivery of clearly written information pertinent to club operations, functions and administration • Open, transparent and consistent communications from the Board and management • Welcomed member involvement in sharing ideas and issues with the Board and management • A collaborative, team oriented management style that provides ongoing feedback for continuous improvement
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
Strong strategic direction and policy setting with responsible oversight and management of the Club’s capital and human investments. • Financial • Human • Facilities and Grounds • Histories
Vibrant spirit of camaraderie and friendship
Fostering multi-generational interactions, relationships and fun. • Social events and gatherings • Education and programming • Athletic and recreational opportunities • Family focused activities
Dedication to our community and the arts through the seven pillars
Programming and events that encourage thought-provoking dialogue and discussions on pertinent issues affecting our community. • Arts/Culture • Business/Economics • Education • Science/Medicine/Health • Sports • Food and Wine • Issues of the Day
With Board approval, these core values have and will continue to inform all policies around comportment, dress codes, phone policies, and more at the Club, and will provide staff and members the basis for holding ourselves accountable to these expectations.
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 TEAM
FOOD AND BEVERAGE TEAMS
Greg Dick – General Manager/COO, email@example.com, (414) 271-2222 ext. 302 Vicki Schroeder – Assistant General Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 238-2327
Questions about the Club’s menus or specials? Contact our food and beverage team.
MEMBERSHIP AND MARKETING Colleen White – Director of Membership Sales, email@example.com, (414) 238-2336 Jillian Carlson – Marketing and Communications Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 436-2209
ACCOUNTING Jeff Podbielski – Controller/HR Manager, email@example.com, (414) 271-2450 Martin Eberhardt – Accountant, firstname.lastname@example.org James Butzen – Senior Accounting Clerk, email@example.com
CHEFS Joe Russo – Executive Chef (City Club), firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 238-2227 Ross Lorenz – Executive Chef (Country Club), email@example.com, (414) 410-5703
Matt Bluethman – Food and Beverage Executive Director (City Club), firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 436-2209 Patrick Mulvaney – Food and Beverage Director (Country Club), email@example.com, (414) 410-5715 Ornela Dhamo – Dining and Banquet Manager (City Club), firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 615-2841
EVENTS AND CATERING TEAM Consider hosting your next private meeting or event at the City or Country Club. Our events and catering team will make sure it’s perfect. Megan Lach – Director of Catering Private Event Sales, email@example.com, (414) 436-2432 Stephanie Cicero – Catering and Private Events Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 238-2337 Angel Sechtig – Event Coordinator, email@example.com, (414) 410-5701
YOUR UCLUB TEAM
OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION TEAM
Please contact for reservations, changes to your account, Club hours or any other Club questions you may have.
Hannah Tiedt – Aquatics Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 410-5719
Front Desk – email@example.com, (414) 271-2222 Lindsay Pallo – Office Manager (City Club), firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 271-2362 Jenny Holmes – Communications and Accounting Assistant, email@example.com, (414) 410-5706
FACILITIES AND MAINTENANCE Michael Dishaw – Facility Manager (City Club), firstname.lastname@example.org, (414) 271-2222 ext. 177 Elias Gutierrez - Facility Manager (Country Club), email@example.com, (414) 899-5596
If you’d like to sign up for golf lessons or contact our golf professionals, call (414) 410-5710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COURSE AND GROUNDS
Dylan Hills – Director of Golf, email@example.com Mike Miezin – Head Gold Professional, firstname.lastname@example.org Austin Schloesser – First Assistant Golf Professional Gus Pick – Assistant Golf Professional Andrew Hansen – Assistant Golf Professional and Caddie Master
Terry Conway – Grounds Superintendent, email@example.com, (414) 351-7218 Steven “Wheat” Beck – Grounds, firstname.lastname@example.org
TENNIS Jon Calvillo – Director of Tennis, email@example.com, (414) 351-7221
Y O U R C L U B AT A G L A N C E
THE CITY CLUB
• Historic Club with beautiful, panoramic views of Lake Michigan and Milwaukee landmarks. • 16 overnight rooms and suites to ensure a comfortable home-away-from-home for guests. • Distinct dining, meeting and event space to suit all your needs: • 1898 Bar & Lounge • The Sixth Floor • The Grand Ballroom • Stately library • Complimentary parking in a heated, covered parking ramp attached to the Club is available when utilizing the Club. • New Mercedes Sprinter and Luxury Club Car available to transport members and their guests throughout downtown, to Miller Park and the Airport. Reservations are encouraged.
Attire Business casual attire is encouraged in all areas of the Club, except for in 1898, which welcomes fashionably casual dress at all times, including denim.
HOURS OF OPERATION 1898 DINING HOURS May – August: Monday to Thursday: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Saturday: Dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. THE SIXTH FLOOR DINING HOURS May – August: Tuesdays Only: Dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. CLUBHOUSE HOURS Monday to Thursday: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Saturday: 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Sunday: Closed
Phone Usage Members are requested to limit cell phone usage to data only in 1898 and the lobby. For extended phone conversations on the first floor (not in a privately booked room), Room 101 is available for use.
Y O U R C L U B AT A G L A N C E
THE COUNTRY CLUB
CHILD CARE & KID’S CLUB
• 18-hole championship golf course with driving range • Men’s and Ladies Locker Rooms • 25-meter outdoor pool with diving board, kids wading pool, outdoor bar and cabana grill • Five outdoor tennis courts and two platform tennis courts • Elegant Clubhouse with both casual and formal dining areas and patio seating
CHILD CARE Child Care will be available at the Country Club between June 12 and August 20 in the South Lounge. Parents must stay on property, and children must be potty trained. Child care rates are $9 an hour for 1-2 kids or $12 an hour for 3-4 kids. 48-hour advance reservations are required for this service. • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. • Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
DINING HOURS OF OPERATION May – August: Sunday: Brunch and Dinner from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday: CLOSED Tuesday to Thursday: Lunch and Dinner from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday: Lunch and Dinner from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Club Closures: The Country Club Clubhouse is closed on Mondays from May – September.
KID’S CLUB On Friday evenings, we will continue to provide Kid’s Club with Leanne. $12++ per child covers care and dinner featuring kid-friendly favorites! Reservations required with your dinner reservation. 48-hour advance notice is appreciated. GUEST FEES Guests are welcome to visit for applicable guest fees: $7.00/daily for tennis or the pool.
POOL HOURS OF OPERATION* Monday – 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday to Friday – 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday – 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. *Please note, in the case of inclement weather, the Aquatics Director will determine if the pool will be open. You may contact the main club line at (414)351-7200 or Hannah Tiedt, aquatics director, at (414)410-5719 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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