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PRESIDENT’S REPORT

July Edition

The bunker work for 2012 has now been completed. No further major construction on the course will take place this summer. The majority of the cart path curbs have been put in place with all areas intended to be completed by the end of the year. The next step will be to complete the landscaping around the curbs which will be done over the next month. Once the grass, drainage and entryways are all in place this will represent a substantial improvement to the presentation of the course.

Margaritaville

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Wascana Cup

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Wascana Calcutta

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The US Golf Association will be conducting their assessment of the course, including a review of our agronomic practices this summer. Both the Board and management will consider their recommendations as we move ahead with our efforts to improve the playing conditions of the course.

A Message from Shirley Paterson

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Maija Salmon

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Music Off the Green 4

The new dress code policy is in place. Generally the reaction to it has been favourable. As indicated, the Steak Night Board will monitor the policy throughout 2012 and then consider any changes that need to be made Employees of the thereafter. Month

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Questions continue to be raised from time to time concerning the tee sheet access and the submission of ballots. Greg is reviewing our system. Some changes have been made but it is not reasonable to implement any dramatic changes during the middle of the season. The Board expects to have Greg’s report sometime later this fall with a view to having a refined tee sheet and balloting system in place by the start of the 2013 season.

Membership Committee

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Wascana Mixed League

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Wascana Junior Camps

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Junior Mixers

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Course Pride

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Course & Grounds Committee

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Guest Play

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Taylor Automotive Group Tournament

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Wascana Family BBQ

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The Membership Committee is working on redoing our various policies. Some policies will be revised and in other instances new policies developed. The Board of Directors will deal with the changes and reports will be provided to the membership from time to time. The Handbook contains the rules, regulations and policies and I encourage members to review it. The Handbook and Member’s Roster on the website contain contact information for all of our members. Please review the Handbook to ensure your information is current and if it is not contact Stephanie to advise of any changes. I remind members of the privacy policy which prohibits members from solicitation and/or promotion of any non-member activity or event of any nature utilizing the confidential information contained in the member’s roster and Handbook. Management is interested in receiving your feedback, both positive and negative. Comment cards are distributed throughout the Spike Lounge and Clubhouse. Please do not hesitate to use them.

A reminder that the Presentation to Membership – State of the Union meeting is scheduled for September Ladies Canada Day 24, 2012 at 7:00pm. At that time the Board will outline the work that will be done on Phase II of the deMeetings & Events velopment program, including its proposal concerning hole #4. Pull Cart Use

Finally, the Club has organized a large number of golfing events, including the Week of Champions, as well as a number of social events, including the return of Margaritaville. Thank you to all of the staff, Western Night directors and volunteers who are responsible for organizing these programs. I encourage everyone to Practice Tee come out and enjoy them.

Happy Birthday!

Aaron Fox, President Calendar Wascana Country Club 6500 Wascana Pkwy S4P 3C2 (306) 586-5666

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Purchase Your Tickets Today Margaritaville 2012 Friday, July 27th at 6:30PM With live Music from Frogsback Tickets $50 per person For those participating in the Taylor Automotive Group Tournament, tickets will be sold at half price. To purchase tickets contact Maija Salmon at 586-5666 ext. 228 or by e-mail at reservations@wascanacountryclub.com

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Men’s & Ladies Wascana Cup September 7 & 8, 2012 An annual Member Golf Event based on the traditions of our great sport where the spirit of competition and the prestige of winning will always outweigh any prize or monetary reward Subject to final entries, the Ladies Wascana Cup is intended to be comprised of two teams of 18 players competing over two days in a two person scramble match play event. The Men’s Wascana Cup will be comprised of two teams of 32 players over the same two-person scramble match play event. All handicaps and all golfing members are encouraged to participate. This event is guaranteed to leave delightful memories and be tonnes of fun!

Entry Fee is $150 per player Includes: two commemorative team uniform tops One team commemorative uniform outerwear piece One team commemorative uniform hat Shared powercarts, as well as a daily soup/sandwich bar and after golf daily BBQ. Register in the Golf Shop This event is sure to sell out, so sign up today to avoid disappointment.

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Music Off the Greens Featuring Blake Berglund In conjunction with the Mixed League on July 19th we have Live Music by Blake Berglund starting at 7:30PM on the Centennial Court for all Wascana members! Bring your friends out to the Wascana to enjoy some great socializing out on the patio to go along with some great music. Denim is welcomed on July 19th as you enjoy the live entertainment by Blake Berglund (www.blakeberglund.com). Sponsored by: Debra Duncan & Craig Adam We look forward to seeing everyone out on the Court!

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Wascana Calcutta July 20 & 21, 2012 $50 Per Individual 32 Teams 2-Person Scramble No Handicap Teams will be drawn according to their handicaps. Tee times will be from 7:00AM-7:30AM July 20th there will be cocktails at 8:00PM followed by a Team Calcutta Live Auction. Entries close July 13th. Please enter by contacting the visiting or contacting the Golf Shop at 584-1377 or by emailing Dean Manz at dean@wascanacountryclub.com.

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Message from the Wascana Ladies Club President Shirley Paterson Wow, Wascana Ladies have been busy golfers over the past few weeks. Here are just a few noteworthy things that I would like to highlight. Congratulations to:  

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Marianne Rever on her hole-in-one on #11, Friday, June 22, 2012. Mitch Zaba’s and his team mates Michelle Inglis, Linda Huber, Virgi Punga on winning the Pro Lady Tournament at Elkridge and Pro Dean Manz and his team mates, Carrie Brandvold, Lee Rae and Judy Giblett who finished 12th out of 24 teams entered. Great showing and thank you ladies and Pros for attending on Father’s Day weekend. Shelley Trudelle played a round with Paula Cramer in Waterloo during the Manual Life Practice rounds. The Red and White Canada Day tournament 1st place winners this year were Carrie Brandvold, Lil Hauser, Jan Marce and Judy Mclean. Congratulation to all the other winners and all the ladies who turned out to Celebrate Canada Day at the Wascana. A special thank you to the Organizing Committee, the Team Tuesday section.

Capsule Comments! The Welcome Back Tournament was a great success. Thanks to the Business Ladies and 9-Hole Ladies Sections for hosting. Thanks to Dean for another great “Pro Tip” on Tuesday. Loosening ones grip from the “white knuckle” position can make a world of difference in your game and take much of the stress off your shoulders, neck and arms. Dean distributed laminated cards with “Golf Rule’s” for quick and easy reference. It will certainly be handy to have in the golf bag. Mitch Zaba’s golf clinics have been so successful that he added another clinic on Wednesdays and plans more clinics in July. Sign up on-line directly to Mitch. Upcoming For All Wascana Ladies 

The Wascana will play host to the opening round of the Regina Ladies Open Tournament on July 16, 2012. This year the Wascana Ladies Executive is sponsoring the muffins and coffee at Registration and will provide and present the Marge Elliot Low Net Score Prize.

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Message from the Wascana Ladies Club President Shirley Paterson 

The 2012 Chick-A-Dee Tournament, August 2, 2012 is open to all Wascana Ladies and invited ladies from the golfing community. Always a great tournament. You must have and established handicap for this one. For information please contact Tournament Chair, Marion Moffat or Event Chair Judy McLean. I understand that Sally Ford is still looking for a few more prizes.

Club Championship Week is coming up on the weekend of August 11-12, 2012. The Men’s and the Ladies will be held on the same weekend. The week of festivities planned will honour both our present Ladies Club Champion Kim Walker and past ladies Club Champions. The ladies will enjoy a regular golf Tuesday, August 7th with a slight twist in the format with “Mystery Partners” being involved. A special lunch honouring our Ladies Club Champions will take place after. Mark this date on your calendar and come out and honour our “greats”. There will be special presentations made at the luncheon. The week ends with a Family BBQ and award presentation. Come out and cheer the champions on!

Watch for information coming out soon on the 2012 Wascana Cup. I understand that the Captains Judy Davis and Danica Love have returned for, could this be a “rematch”?

Cheers, Shirley A. Paterson Wascana Ladies Club President

Welcome Back Maija! Maija has returned from maternity leave and amongst other duties will be accepting all food & beverage reservations. Maija can be contacted at 586-5666 ext. 228 or by email at maija@wascanacountryclub.com.

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Steak Night Wednesdays Wednesday July 4, 11 & 25 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm *All steaks are cut from AAA Canadian Angus Beef 8 oz. Filet Mignon $30.00 6 oz. Filet Mignon $22.00 10 oz. New York Steak $26.00 Hickory Smoked BBQ Baby Back rib $21.00 ½ Order …. $15.00 Fresh Steelhead with citrus dill butter $20.00 Apricot Glazed Chicken Breast $18.00 All Steak Night entrees include our buffet and dessert table featuring hot and cold items changing weekly Buffet & Dessert Table Only $14.00

Prices Subject to Applicable Taxes & Gratuities Reservations Required

Please contact Leah Christie at 306-586-5666 ext. 224 or by email reservations@wascanacountryclub.com or book online www.wascanacountryclub.com.

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Employees of the Month The following staff have been recognized as Employee of the Month for the month of May, as voted by fellow departmental staff and members of the Wascana Country Club. Their positive attitude, demeanour, and ability to serve our membership of the highest of standards has not gone unnoticed.

Shelby Hubick Golf Course & Grounds

Brady Eurich Golf Shop Operations

Haley Coderre Catering Operations

Cody Misfeldt Culinary Operations

A Message from the Membership Committee Greetings All, On June 12th the Club hosted a New Members Dinner in the Dining Room and our committee was very pleased to see 24 New Members attend. Each category was represented including Share Applicants, Graduate and Spouses. The dinner provided an opportunity for our General Manager to take everyone through a top line presentation about our Club’s policies, calendar of events, amenities and how they can get involved to enhance their experience. We were able to welcome everyone in a fun and informative way by having a board member sit at each table to answer any questions throughout the evening. Chef did a wonderful job of the meal and the staff showed the high quality of service they can expect going forward. They really appreciated being included and the chance to network which certainly makes our new members feel more comfortable and a part of our future. The Membership Committee

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Wascana Mixed League The rains came, but the clouds parted at the last minute, opening the Wascana Mixed June 14 th event to a beautiful evening of golf. Golfers played 9 holes, and then used a random selection of 5 of their hole scores to form a poker hand. The competition was tight, but Leo and Sandy Verhelst took home the “game” prize, with a winning hand of 4 sixes and a 10! They will enjoy a $100 gift certificate to the Diplomat, and $40 worth of Casino Regina play, as will our door prize winners for this month, Brian and Carol Galon. Wascana Food Services treated us to a terrific brisket buffet, and we enjoyed a fine evening socializing.

Three lucky teams took home door prizes generously donated by Jim Werschler and Gregg Most of Boston Pizza. We were also treated to entertainment by Chris Henderson courtesy of Scotia Bank through Bob and Elaine Taylor. Wascana Mixed League plays a for-fun 9 hole game (shotgun start), on selected Thursdays throughout the summer: July 19

August 9

September 13

If you are interested joining us for any of our upcoming nights, please email The Wascana Mixed Committee at wascana.mixed@gmail.com. Registrations are welcome from teams and singles. If you can’t join us for golf, come on out and enjoy some good food and socializing. RSVP’s are required by 6:00 p.m. on the Sunday prior to the game night. For more information on the League, please visit the Wascana website, under Features, Fixture Cards, Mixed League. See you at our next event…. July 19th

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Wascana Country Club Junior Program

Junior Golf Day Camps July 24

Aug 13

July 29

Aug 28

Sept 15

Junior Girls Day Camps July 15 (9-4) Aug 14 (9-4)

July 25 (9-4)

Aug 30 (9-4)

Sept 8 (9-4)

Junior Golf Two Day Camps July 26-27

Aug 15-16

Junior Golf Three Day Camps July 18-20

Aug 20-22

Junior Golf Week Camps July 9-13

Aug 6-10

For more information on the Junior Golf Camps, please contact Todd Zado by email at todd@wascanacountryclub.com or by calling the golf shop at 584-1377.

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Wascana Junior Mixers Congratulations to all those kids who worked hard and passed into the next grade. Now it is time to have fun because school is out for the summer and its time to play with your friends. We will be starting our Junior Mixers every Tuesday at 10:00am for our junior golfers. We will be having a different event each Tuesday and it is open to all members of any age and ability. The mixers are for fun and will help the junior learn what tournament golf is all about. All professional golfers start at the beginning and our junior golfer is no different. The Junior Golf Lesson program has been a huge success so far in 2012 with many of our camps and weekly lessons selling out early. There are still spots open so please contact the pro shop immediately to get registered for those spots that are available. We thank those parents and juniors who signed up. Throughout the summer we are offering one day, two day, three day and week long camps. Please email todd@wascanacountryclub.com for all the dates and more details. DO NOT FORGET TO REGISTER for our Junior Club Championship – August 11th & 12th and be a part of Championship week.

Course Pride Program Keep our course immaculate!       

Repair your ball marks – while you’re at it - repair one more! Maintain the proper pace of play – it’s important to those behind you! Follow the wooden blocks, the signage system and cart entry and exit poles – these will guide power carts. (See Diagram) Rake all bunkers upon exit – it’s the right thing to do. Replace/sand your divots to protect the fairways! Sand your divots on all tee boxes. Powercarts & pull carts must never be taken up to the apron and fringe of any green, tee or bunker.

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A Message from the Course & Grounds Committee Wascana Pride on the Fairways  

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Replace your divots or fill the divot with the soil mixture provided on the cart. Respect the 90 degree rule if posted. This simply means that carts must remain on the cart path but may cross the fairway to the other side. This is usually posted in wet weather and is designed to reduce tire damage to the fairways. Don’t drive carts onto the greens or in bunkers. If taking a bunker shot, take a rake into the bunker with you so you don’t make the trip twice and double the footprints to rake. Always rake the bunker after your shot.

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Be aware of your partner's putting lines and don’t step on them. Mark your ball if it’s in the line of another player.

Walk behind, not in front of, another player who’s lining up his putt.

It’s also courteous to ensure that your shadow isn’t on a putter’s line.

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After putting out, remain around the green until the other players have finished. Replace the flagstick and immediately go to the next tee. Remember that there’s a group behind you.

Do not leave cigar or cigarette ends or other trash on the green.

Pace of Play 

Never hit your ball if there’s a chance that you can reach the group ahead.

If you have to search for your ball do it quickly – otherwise drop and play a new ball. If your ball goes into water, retrieve it if you are able to but don’t spend time collecting others. If you think there’s even a chance that your ball could hit someone, yell “fore”, and make sure to apologize the next time you meet the group.

Janet Wightman Course & Grounds Committee

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Report from the Course & Grounds Committee The Course & Grounds Committee for the 2012 season consists of: 

Janet Wightman (Shareholder & Board member)

Al Ford (Shareholder)

Kim Walker (Shareholder & 2005-2011 Ladies’ Club Champion) Andrew Wilson (Graduate Playing Privilege & 2009-2010 Men’s Club Champion)

The role of the Committee as identified in the Terms of Reference (available online) is primarily to serve as a liaison between membership and management with regards to concerns, questions and communications about the course and grounds. It is important to note that the Committee is not a decision-making body with regards to design and layout of the course and grounds and therefore, it will not interrupt the implementation of the Club’s Strategic Plan which was approved by the board and membership. At its first meeting, the committee received an update from the General Manager about progress with the course improvements. It was noted that in general, feedback from members of the Club is very positive regarding the conditions of the course. The committee spent some time discussing two issues: 1. Conditions of the Greens The greens at the Wascana are generally in excellent condition. The maintenance practices of the greens are driven by two primary factors: available ongoing financial resources and acceptable turf management practices in local climatic conditions. The overall objective at the Wascana is to provide healthy green surfaces conducive to maintaining a green speed target of between 9 and 9.5 feet on the stimp meter (a device used to measure the speed by applying a standard force to a golf ball and measuring the distance traveled in feet). This green speed standard was determined after lengthy discussion with the United States Golf Association Turf Advisory Service (“USGA –TAS”) in consideration of many factors including the age of the majority of course greens and their composition. Of note, the greens at the Wascana range in age from 5 years old to over 60 years old. Daily green speeds in excess of the stated target are not sustainable because the daily practices needed to produce faster greens in this climate weaken the turf and make it susceptible to disease. Specifically, the weekly agronomic cultural practices needed to achieve Wascana’s target includes verticutting, topdressing, aeration, rolling, fertilizing and cutting. When weather conditions require a delay in regular greens maintenance– which has occurred frequently this season - it forces the grounds crew into a “catch-up” mode and the green speed target is even more difficult to achieve.

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With the right conditions and planned preparations, faster greens ( for example the speeds achieved during the Shareholder Member Guest Tournament) can be achieved but are not sustainable on a regular basis from the perspective of the long-term impact on greens quality and the Club’s operating budget. 2. Curbing The newly installed curbing around tee boxes and greens is part of the Club’s approved strategic plan and serves both practical and aesthetic purposes. Curbing has proven to be an effective technique for protecting the course turf. Once the curbing is in place, the space between the grassed area and the curb is filled with soil to be level with the top of the curb and then sodded. It will take the full season for the sod to completely fill in however, once it does, the aesthetic impact will be much improved and will be in keeping with other high-end clubs. At the present time the curbing is a work in progress and it is being monitored for required repairs and adjustments. For example, as the curbs are constructed, course traffic flow is monitored to ensure that golfers who pull carts and those who use power carts can easily exit and enter the fairways at reasonable places. There have been one or two spots identified already that will be adjusted. Drainage is being addressed by assessing where the water runs naturally and where it pools. With the amount of rain the course has had recently, the contractor is able to quickly identify problem areas. In those locations the contractor will be adding drainage slits in the curb to provide for better drainage. Pictures have been placed in the locker rooms and front entrance to illustrate how impressive the final outcome will be. Janet Wightman Course & Grounds Committee

Guest Play Please note the summer Preferred Guest play changes. Monday-no restrictions Tuesday-no restrictions Wednesday-no guest play between 12 Noon and 3 PM Thursday-no restrictions Friday-no guest play between 12 Noon and 3 PM Saturday, Sundays and Holidays- no guest play prior to 12 Noon

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Celebrating 34 Years of Driving Satisfaction

TAYLOR AUTOMOTIVE GROUP 21st ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT *** ENTER INDIVIDUALLY OR AS A TEAM *** TWO PERSON BEST BALL Men :Top 4 teams in each flight 2 Flights based on combined handicaps Women: Top 4 teams

OVER $10,000.00 IN PRIZES CLOSEST TO THE PIN *****

HOLE-IN-ONES

TEE GIFT - DRINKS & PREMIUM DINNER GOLF BALLS COMPLIMENTS – CIBC BANK Thursday, July 26th, 2012 SHOTGUN DINNER AWARDS

1:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

SPONSORED BY: TAYLOR LEXUS TOYOTA TAYLOR VOLKSWAGEN AUDI MOOSE JAW TOYOTA REGINA USED CARS.COM AVIS CAR AND TRUCK RENTALS

Limit: 100 Men, 24 Women

Entry Deadline is July 15th Entry fee will be charged to your Wascana account ******************************************************* Entry Fee $ 140.00 (Includes Golf Cart & GST as well as 50% off the admission price of a Margaritaville ticket, July 27th) Note: Players must be a Wascana Shareholder, Share Applicant Members with Playing Privileges, Deemed Member, or Golfing Spouse. All players must have a current handicap acceptable to the handicap committee. All men must play from the white tees and ladies from red tees. NAME: HANDICAP: _________________ ADDRESS: TELEPHONE: _______________ Account Number ______________ Signed _____________________________________ Attending Margaritaville (Please Check)

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Wascana Family BBQ Featuring the Championship Week Wind-Up

Sunday, August 12, 2011 11:30am - 2:00pm g ir n s lo est o C ont C

Hamburgers Hot Dogs BBQ Chicken Breasts with Pretzel Buns and Toppings Confetti Cous Cous Salad Caesar Salad Corn on the Cob Seasoned Potato Wedges Fruit pizza Cookies Watermelon

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$ 12.00 per person Prices Subject to Applicable Taxes & Gratuities Reservations Required Please contact Maija Salmon @ 586-5666 ext. 228 or by email at reservations@wascanacountryclub.com

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WASCANA LADIES CANADA DAY TOURNAMENT After a brief weather delay, 60 ladies dressed in red and white teed off for the annual Canada Day Tournament on June 26th followed by a delicious lunch. Leah Christie, Food and Beverage Manager, created attractive table centres. The tournament winners of the 2 net best balls were: 1st Place – Carie Brandvold, Lil Hauser, Jan Marce and Judy Maclean (125) 2nd Place – Ruth Lawrence, Linda Huber, Ann Barker and Sylvia Fisk (127) 3rd Place – Helen Burgess, Joyce Reibling, Pat Koyl and Jocelyn Souliere (132) - retrogression 4th Place – Pat McEwen, Leslie Toms, Shirley Warden and Linda Wright (132) Skill prizes awarded were: Closest to the Pin - #3 Marion Moffat #8 Beryl Ledingham

#11 Helen Burgess

Closest to the Canada Flag - #5 Nadia Hodgson #13 Pam Kendel-Goodale Longest Putt - #9 Linda Huber #18 Pat Koyl From all accounts, everyone enjoyed a great morning of golf and enjoyed getting to meet and play with ladies from different groups. Special thanks to HARVARD WESTERN INSURANCE (Dave Pettigrew) our tournament sponsor; MARG BIFFIN – tournament coordinator; LORRAINE HARDY who donated the skill prizes; LEAH CHRISTIE, CHEF ROD and their staff; and to DEAN MANZ and all the Golf Shop staff. All of these people and many more helped to make this tournament a success. Thank you. Congratulations to all the winners and we hope to see everyone back next year. Ruth Lawrence Team Tuesday Captain

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Wascana Meeting & Conference Centre Networking Events Looking to entertain your suppliers? The Wascana Country Club is the ideal location for your meet and greet events. Those who have attended the Members Open House each year can attain to the fact that the Wascana provides a unique atmosphere that cannot be achieved anywhere else in Regina.

Office Retreats Finding a great team building location can be a tough task in Regina. At the Wascana, we provide the privacy necessary to build long-term relationships within your offices. Whether it`s a staff karaoke night, scavenger hunt, comedy roast of your business or any other team building activities you may have, the Wascana allows you to decorate our facilities with limited restrictions.

Meetings The Northwest Room & West Rooms can be used for smaller, intimate dinners or private meetings allowing your clients the ability to focus on the business at hand while we focus on providing flawless service. Located with a view of the number 6 tee box and the number 9 green, these rooms allow for the extra bit of attractiveness that every business is looking for!

Banquets We want to help you celebrate! The ballroom at the Wascana includes a fully lit fireplace, large cocktail lounge, and high ceilings which makes it the ideal location for any celebratory function. Whether it’s an awards night, gala, graduation, the natural lighting gives your function the elegance set to impress. The ballroom is the great setting for celebrations up to 200 people. For booking information, please email reservations@wascanacountryclub.com

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Pull Cart Rules of Use

Pull carts are to be taken around and outside of all greenside bunkers. It is very important for users of push carts to remember that the carts can cause damage to the greens and the apron of the green. The rules of the club state that push carts should be kept a minimum of 20 ft from any green or apron and must not be pushed between any greenside bunker and green. The Course and Grounds Committee is reminding all members of this rule and requesting cooperation. When damage is caused to the greens it not only results in financial cost to the club but extra work for the grounds crew and negative play conditions for other members. Let’s keep our course in pristine condition‌.Wascana Pride!

Hole #3 Green Damage On Saturday, June 30th Mike Kupchanko (golf course superintendent) as well as Chris Marchiori (assistant superintendent) and staff have done a great job repairing this damage already. We thank all members for their patience and understanding as the sod has time to knit.

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Wascana Country Club Members to attend

Western Night Friday, August 31st Be prepared to dual with Chef Rod as he serves up a spectacular meal with all the fixins including: Mesquite Smoked Prime Rib Roast BBQ Baby Back Ribs Southern Fried Chicken Yukon Gold potatoes Texas Style Chilli Fresh Corn On The Cob

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Marinated Bean Salad Roasted Vegetable Slaw Taco salad Baby Potato Salad

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Fresh Baked Corn Bread Deep Dish Apple Crumble Saskatoon Berry Pie Bread Pudding with Jack Daniels sauce Strawberry Shortcake

Reservations Required Contact Maija Salmon at 586-5666 ext. 228 or by email at reservations@wascanacountryclub.com to book your table.

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Champions of the Wascana The Wascana Country Club is proud to congratulate it’s members on its June tournament successes. Congratulations to the team of Mitch Zaba, Virgi Punga, Michelle Inglis and Linda Huber on winning the Elk Ridge Resort Pro Lady Tournament on Monday, June 18th! This is the first time Wascana members have finished first in this tournament. Each winner received a TaylorMade Rocketballz driver for their accomplishment. Congratulations! Another Congratulations to Ryan McNall who finished in first place at the Pub Linx Golf Tournament at Tor Hill on June 23rd and 24th. Ryan had scores of 71 and 71 after the completion of this two-day tournament. Congratulations Ryan!

Practice Tee Effective July 3 it is our intention to do some much need restorations including topdressing and overseeding to the upper levels of the practice tee. As such we intend to utilise the lower tee deck only from July 3 through July 9. We apologise for any inconvenience. Happy Birthday!

This coupon entitles the purchaser to a

Free Entrée With a party of 4 in the Spike Lounge. Valid on the designated month of your birthday only. Value of the free entrée is equal to the lowest value of entrée ordered within your party of 4.

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Happy Birthday to all Wascana Country Club Members! Alport

Ted

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Grieman

Keri

July

15

Anderson

Riley

July

11

Haines

Kevin

July

07

Baker

Chick

July

06

Haynes

Robert

July

02

Benson

Gary

July

14

Hodgson

Daphne Anne July

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Billan

Lorna

July

15

Hodgson

John

July

08

Bonneau

Marc

July

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Hodgson

Nadia

July

08

Book

Barry

July

11

Hunter

Douglas

July

22

Brandvold

Roger

July

27

Hunter

Judith

July

Brown

Brian J

July

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Inglis

Cathy

July

Bundon

Mo

July

01

Jedlic

Harry

Burgess

Helen

July

27

Johnson

Clarke

Kirsten

July

23

Deane

Jim

July

15

Derksen

Trevor

July

07

Desjarlais

George

July

11

Dizy

Len

July

02

Dollard

Calder

July

14

Dollard

Kennedy

July

15

Drummond

Jason

July

19

Drury

Dennis

July

18

Dubord

Bryan

July

20

Duguid

Evan

July

09

Nelson O'Brien O'Dow Oslie

Craig Michael Vanessa Robert

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Otway

Robert

July

30

Pasterfield

Karen

July

23

Pawliw

Regan

July

18

Penner

Neil

July

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Perkins

Terry

July

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24

Perkins

Tyler

July

11

July

10

Pettigrew

Joann

July

13

Chris

July

16

Piche

Stefan

July

24

Johnson

Doug

July

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Rea

Lee

July

19

Johnson

Julien

July

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Reeve

Jordan

July

12

Jones

Denis

July

07

Reibling

Ross

July

10

Reis

Ethan

July

28

Judelson

Jeffrey

July

04

Rever

Marianne

July

09

JulĂŠ

Richard

July

21

Richardson Rikki

July

20

Kalmakoff

Jeff

July

18

Robbins

Trent

July

06

Les

July

04

Keith

Ross

July

18

Robinson

Kelln-Trudelle

Shelley

July

28

Rodgers

Ken

July

14

Kleisinger

Erin

July

03

Sali

Michael

July

04

Koyl

Gavin

July

15

Schneider

Bret

July

04

Kozicki

Paul

July

15

Sexton

Ken

July

29

Shaw

Scott

July

04

Lanigan

Adam

July

10

Steeves

Gord

July

12

Laube

Grant

July

25

Stockan

Mathew

July

07

LeBlanc

Larry

July

21

Terichow

Bob

July

04

LeBlanc

Stephanie

July

28

Lee

John D.

July

08

Toms Tremblay Tremblay

Leslie Gary Sybile

July July July

13 06 16

Tulloch

Neil

July

25

Uhersky

Kelly

July

28

Vancise

Billy

July

15

Walker

Wendy

July

25

Al Jill

July July

07 20

Duncan

Debra

July

21

Dyck

Alex

July

12

Dyck

T. Paul

July

20

Einarson

Eric

July

31

Ell

Jordan

July

12

English

Borden

July

03

Ford

Alan

July

02

Lockwood

Eric

July

19

Ford

Zachery

July

21

Lothian

Pamela

July

26

Foster

Doug

July

06

Marcial

Jayvee

July

14

19

McDougall

Ken

July

27

McGeady

Peter

July

26

McKinnon

Wayne

July

23

Waters Wellman

McPhadden

Hugh

July

09

Westerlund Murray

July

27

Mintz

Todd

July

03

White

Jason

July

10

Mulvihill

Dennis P

July

22

Wilson

Andrew

July

09

Murphy

Geneva

July

22

Yang

Christien

July

29

Murray

Troy

July

01

Ziegler

Bernadette

July

19

Fox

Aaron

July

Galbraith

Scott

July

05

Gaul

Ellen

July

07

Gilroy

Lauren

July

14

Gilroy

Terry

July

12

Goldade

Daniel

July

30

Graham

Todd

July

08

The Wascana Chronicle


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July 2012 Sun

Mon 1

Tue 2

Wed

9-Hole 3 Ladies' Lunch

Thu

Steak Night

Fri

4

Sat

5

6

7

12

13

14

19

20

21

27

28

Ladies Golf Clinic by Mitch Zaba 5:30PM-6:30PM

8

9

10

11

Steak Night

Ladies Golf Clinic by Mitch Zaba 5:30PM-6:30PM

15

16

17

18

Men’s Day Shotgun 3PM

Ladies Golf Clinic by Mitch Zaba

Wascana Mixed League

Music Off the Green featuring Blake Berglund 7:30PM

5:30PM-6:30PM

22

23

24

25

Steak Night

Ladies Golf Clinic by Mitch Zaba

26

Taylor Automotive Group Tournament

Margaritaville 6:30PM

5:30PM-6:30PM

29

30

31

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