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Rob Richards

Food & Beverage Manager

Clubhouse News

Happy July Everyone!

I hope this summer finds you safe and that you are doing well and enjoying all the warm-weather activities. Here's looking forward to the sunshine in the month ahead.

We've been very busy at the Club, and I believe the trend will continue. Many thanks to everyone who makes this possible for us. We constantly strive to be the best we can be and always provide excellent food and service to our Club members and guests.


To keep everyone moving this summer, grab that beverage of choice and gather around the bonfire for this month's update.


Prime Rib Nights will be Friday, July 8, July 15, and July 29.


Margaritaville Patio Party

Margaritaville Party We're having a Jimmy Buffet Margaritaville Party on Friday, July 22. Dust off the parrothead gear and dig the Hawaiian shirt out of the closet. It's time to get into that beach party state of mind. Think sun, sand, and a warm breeze blowing across the clear blue waters. The taste of the Gulf and South Beach sprinkled with a Caribbean influence. Add live entertainment and drink features and now you’ve got a party. I hope to see many of you here that evening. It should be a nice little get-together.

  • Roasted pork
  • Tropical shrimp boil
  • Jerk chicken
  • Grilled fish pouch wrapped in banana leaves
  • Coconut rice and sweet corn
  • Fresh fruit
  • Mango mousse
  • Key lime pie

Dining begins at 6:00 p.m. with live entertainment from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. with Gabe Bailey performing. Call ahead to book your reservations—$50.00 per person.


Clubhouse closings

The Clubhouse restaurant will be closed for the holiday weekend on Saturday, July 2, Sunday, July 3, and Monday, July 4.

We will also be closed the evenings of Wednesday, July 27, and Thursday, July 28, for private events.


Monthly Menu Feature

Don’t forget to look at our new Monthly Menu Feature for July. This month, we will offer a menu from the Mountain West region.


One last thing...this month brings the celebration we all know as the Fourth of July. The birth of our nation as we know it. But, as disappointing as it may sound, there are some people who don't celebrate this holiday.

It seems that in today's society, people forget what the day represents. People are increasingly discontent with America and are always quick to use their First Amendment right to freedom of speech to voice their opinions negatively. Some people fail to recognize those who have sacrificed to give them the rights, freedoms, and liberties they enjoy today.

Whatever happened to the principles, beliefs, and values of what it means to be an American? Live for the present, but remember the past. Be proud of where you came from, and don't be reserved or ashamed to show your patriotism, even though it may be the unpopular thing to do at times. I'll leave you with the lyrics of a song that sums up being an American.

I walked through a county courthouse square
On a park bench an old man was sitting there
I said, "Your old courthouse is kinda run down"
He said, "Naw, it’ll do for our little town"
I said, "Your old flagpole has leaned a little bit
And that's a Ragged Old Flag you got hanging on it"

He said, "Have a seat," and I sat down
"Is this the first time you've been to our little town?"
I said, "I think it is," he said, "I don’t like to brag
But we're kinda proud of that Ragged Old Flag"

"You see, we got a little hole in that flag there when
Washington took it across the Delaware
And it got powder-burned the night Francis Scott Key
Sat watching it writing 'Say Can You See'
And it got a bad rip in New Orleans
With Packingham and Jackson tuggin' at its seams"

"And it almost fell at the Alamo
Besides the Texas flag, but she waved on through
She got cut with a sword at Chancellorsville
And she got cut again at Shiloh Hill
There was Robert E Lee, Beauregard, and Bragg
And the south wind blew hard on that Ragged Old Flag"

"On Flanders Field in World War I
She got a big hole from a Bertha gun
She turned blood red in World War II
She hung limp and low by the time it was through
She was in Korea and Vietnam
She was sent where she was by her Uncle Sam

She waved from our ships upon the briny foam
And now they've about quit waving her back here at home
In her own good land here she's been abused
She's been burned, dishonored, denied, and refused

And the government for which she stands
Is scandalized throughout the land
And she's getting threadbare and wearing thin
But she's in good shape for the shape she's in
'Cause she's been through the fire before
And I believe she can take a whole lot more

So we raise her up every morning, take her down every night
We don't let her touch the ground and we fold her up right
On second thought, I do like to brag
'Cause I'm might proud of the Ragged Old Flag"

—"Ragged Old Flag" by Johnny Cash


Remember, you can also check the calendar on our website for the most up-to-date listing of Club events and closings.

As always, thanks for all your support.

Take care, be safe, and may the road rise to meet you. See you at the Club.

Rob


Welcome New Members!

  • Bekah Clements
  • Daniel Bonney
  • Amy Taylor
  • Toni Dunbar
  • Nichole Cox
  • Michelle Long
  • Scott Zemberi
  • James Garrett
  • Sarah Bragg
  • Mark Young