The Scorecard - Jeremy Golf and Country Club

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The Scorecard - Jeremy Golf and Country Club
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MESSAGE FRON THE PRESIDENT
It’s hard to believe that I stepped into the position of President of The Jeremy one
year ago this month. It has been a very exciting, challenging, frustrating (my golf
game went south), and rewarding year for me. My tenure was enhanced by
having the opportunity to work with a great Board of Directors who all
shared the goal of making everyone’s experience at The Jeremy the best
possible while taking seriously the responsibility of being the stewards of the
Clubs finances and resources. They have truly been a joy to work with.
I was also blessed to have an excellent General Manager (Rick Schaefer), as
well as responsible dedicated Department Heads and staff ( Tom Rhoades, Tom
Costello, Jake Hanley, Heidi Henning, Alayna McSweeney, Eric Frady, Ken
Campbell, Sauwanee Bahn, Chris Young, and Ryan Prosowski), who recognized
the needs of the membership and did everything possible to meet those needs.
We would be hard pressed to find a better Manager and Staff at any Private Club
in Utah.
DECEMBER 2006
Prime Rib Every Thursday Night
2nd Lights On - Club Christmas Party
9th Breakfast with Santa
24th Christmas Eve Day
Club will close at 5 pm
25th Christmas Day - Club Closed
31st New Year’s Eve ala carte dining
I would also like to thank all the membership for your participation in club activities and functions, as well as your input for improvements and direction for the
club. I personally heard from many of you, and greatly appreciated you sugges1st
tions. Remember, a great staff is of little use if the club members do not utilize
and actively participate in the club functions.
until 9 pm
JANUARY 2007
Prime Rib Every Thursday Night
New Year’s Day - Club Closed
Many very good things happened this year, but they have only laid the foundation for what is to come in the future.
Most, if not all, of our accomplishments start at the committee level, and our committees are only as good as those
who make up the committees. We have excellent Committee Heads for this coming year, and we need any and all
members who can serve on these committees to do so. It is here that all progress for The Jeremy starts. I strongly
encourage you to join a committee and help continue Jeremy’s progress towards being the best club in the state.
Please contact Rick Schaefer, or Mark Pennels to offer your services for one of these committees.
The committee that I have been in charge of this year is the Information Services Committee. You have not heard
much from this committee this year, but they have been very active. Our club will be rolling out a new web site
sometime during the first quarter of ’07, and I am very excited about what we will be able to do and the quality of
service that we will be able to offer through the new web site. We do, however, have one problem, only 200 members out of the 437 members here at The Jeremy have provided us with an e-mail address. It is hard for me to believe 237 of our members do not have an e-mail address. If you do have an e-mail address, but have not notified the
club of this address, PLEASE let Alayna know your address so that you can participate in all that the club has to offer on line. You can call, or send an e-mail message to Alayna at [email protected]
Once again, I would like to thank the entire staff here at The Jeremy, and the entire membership. IT HAS TRULY
BEEN A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU!!!
Larry Eagan
A Newsletter for the Members of The Jeremy Golf and Country Club
WANTED
We are looking for Committee member volunteers. There
is a lot of work to be done so it is important that these
committees are in place by the end of December 2006.
If you are interested please contact Rick Schaefer, CCM General Manager or Mark Pennels - President.
We have begun our guest Utah artist program at The Jeremy. Each work of art will be for sale by the artist. Every
six weeks we will introduce another artist for your enjoyment. Please visit the Clubhouse soon!
Our first guest artist is Carole H. Evans.
Carole H. Evans lives in Salt Lake City, Utah where she is a fulltime painter.
She is a graduate of the University Of Utah, receiving a BFA in Fine Art and
Painting. Continued study with national and local teachers has added to her
on-going learning process of painting. Her award winning paintings are included in private, corporate and museum collections. Oil is the medium of
choice, however, experimenting with other mediums is of interest. Layers of
paint and glazing give depth to her work. The palette knife is a favorite tool in
applying paint which gives freedom in putting ideas and feelings on canvas.
The artist has a deep love for the land which is a frequent subject for paintings.
"Painting is a love, passion and challenge that is a part of my everyday life. It
is my hope that those viewing my work feel the pleasure I feel in making a
painting. It is important that an impression of a place or time is one that can be
revisited time and time again."
Beginning the last week of November our next guest artist is Steven K. Sheffield.
"My art is continually changing. I paint in distinctly different styles and mediums;
it forces me to keep my work fresh and innovative." Steve works on synthetic paper as well as canvas/board.
He has exhibited in numerous shows, receiving a number of awards, including
four 'Best of Show' awards. He is a signature member, and past chairman of the
Western Federation of watercolor Societies, and is a lifetime-honorary member
and past president of the Utah Watercolor Society.
N
ATTENTIO
The 2006 Men’s Member—Guest Invitational
was a sell out!
ATTENTIO
N
Participants from the 2006 event will have first right of refusal for the 2007 Round-up. Specific dates, format, and
entry deadlines will be made and communicated in the near future.
If you did NOT play in the 2006 event, but are potentially interested in participating in the 2007 Round-up, you must
submit a request to be put on the wait list. The wait list is being created now based on membership feed back. The
order of the wait list will be based on submittal date.
Please email Rick Schaefer, General Manager, at [email protected] with your request.
LIGHTS ON
Saturday, December 2nd, 2006
7:00 pm Buffet and Music
$55.00 Per Person (plus tax and gratuity)
No Host Bar
MENU
STATION ONE (Banquet Room)
Chilled Shrimp with Lemons and Cocktail Sauce
Oysters on the Half Shell with Tabasco Sauce
STATION TWO (Grille Room)
Assorted Lettuces
Assortment of Greek and Italian Salad Toppings
Assorted Dressings
Gourmet Bread Display with Olive Oil and Butter
STATION THREE (Banquet Room)
Tuscan Stuffed Pork Tenderloin
Carved Beef Wellington
Silver Dollar Rolls
Assorted Seasonal Vegetables
SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES
Park City Singers
Sleigh rides provided by
Boulder Mountain Ranch
Music by Joe Muscalino Band
and Dancing
STATION FOUR (Banquet Room)
Petite Fours
Baked Alaska
STATION FIVE (Main Dining Room)
Antipasto Display
Baked Ziti
Bowtie Pasta
Angel Hair
Assorted Sauces and Toppings
PIER BAR
Assorted cold Hors d’ oeuvres
RSVP BY November 30th, 2006
No Ala Carte Dining This Evening
From The Golf Shop ~ Jake Hanley, First Assistant Golf Professional
The golf course has now been put to sleep, while the golf shop will remain open Thursday thru Sunday. Golf shop hours will be eleven to seven Thursday thru Saturday, and eleven to five on Sunday.
If you are looking for a new outfit for that trip down south or for a series of golf lessons as a Christmas present, please stop in and see us. We have some great merchandise that includes a new Tommy
Bahama men’s and women’s line. Demo clubs are all on sale and there are some great buys on Nickent and Sonartec hybrid clubs. If you have a club or shirt in mind that is not in stock please let us
know and we can special order the item for you. It typically takes five to seven business days to receive special order items.
The annual “Grudge Match” was held in November and congratulations are in order for the 8 Man
Senior team who defeated the Junior team by a healthy margin. This annual match has become a fun
tradition and I know the Junior team will be looking forward to next years match over the winter.
The Men’s Association will be adding two new teams to the Tuesday Night League. Those of you
who would like to enter a new team can sign up today. Please call the golf shop or email me at
[email protected]
As some of you know our Head Golf Professional, Tom Costello, has played his way in to the final
stage of the Champions Tour Qualifying School. This is a great accomplishment, as there were only
a small number of players nationwide who made it this far. To be continued in January’s newsletter.
The golf shop staff wishes everyone a Happy Holiday Season and a very Happy New Year. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to a great 2007.
See you on the first tee.
WELCOME NEW JEREMY
SHAREHOLDERS
Dennis and Vicki Hoffman
Jeff Barker and Leslie Trask
Brad, Jessie, Austin and Aubrey
John and Mindy Halsey
Charlie, Tommy and Duncan
FAREWELL TO THE
FOLLOWING
JEREMY MEMBERS
Don and Kae Babinchak
Thomas and Julie Bagley
Greg and Kay Barmettler
PRIME RIB EVERY
THURSDAY NIGHT
5 ~ 9 PM
Choice of
Tossed Salad, Caesar Salad, Soup Du Jour
Choose from two sizes
12 oz Queen Cut
$20.50
16 oz King Cut
$23.50
Includes
Baked Potato, Vegetable Du Jour, and
Creamy Horseradish and Au Jus
Please call for reservations 801-531-9000 or 435-649-2700.
Ala carte dining will also be available.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
Saturday, December 9, 2006
Adults
$12.95
Kids (4-10)
$9.95
Kids under 4
complimentary
Plus tax and gratuity
Photos with Santa and Breakfast Buffet Begins at 9:00 am
MENU
Assorted Chilled Juices
Selection of Morning Pastries,
Muffins and Coffee Cakes
Seasonal Fresh Fruit Tray
Scrambled Eggs
French Toast
Bacon, Sausage and Ham
Hash Browns
Pictures with
Santa
Coffee, Decaf
Milk and Chocolate Milk
Each child will receive a ginger bread man
and frosting to decorate during breakfast.
Please RSVP by Wednesday, December 7th.
THE JEREMY LADIES ASSOCIATION
DECEMBER 2006
The 2007 JLA Board had their first meeting on October 26th and the second on
November 16th. The Chairs gave their reports and confirmed their assignments.
We would still like to get more volunteers for a variety of committees. Call Mert
Gertino to get more details.
Stop by the Ladies’ locker room to view the JLA historical photo album for 2006
along with the updated champions plaques.
Following the October and November JLA Board meetings we gathered to play
some pretty intense games of Bunco. Ryan Prosowski, Clubhouse Manager later
told me that he could hear the laughing and cheers all the way in his office. Light
snacks were served.
October Bunco Winners
Tevy Vetter
Most Buncos
Mert Gertino
Most Wins
Kathy Smith
Traveler
Tammy Schechinger Most Losses
November Bunco Winners
Rene Wood
Most Buncos
Kathy Smith
Cindy Stalsberg Traveler
Sue Gleason
Tevy Vetter and Cari Zylstra
50/50
Most Wins
Most Losses
I need more practice, thus didn’t win anything. Bunco is open to all JLA members of The Jeremy not just golfers, so please come join in the fun. There will be
no Bunco in December. We hope you will join us Thursday, January 18th at 7
pm for our next Bunco night.
JLA 2007
Offices & Chiarpersons
Co President
Paula Wild
Linda Theriault
Co Vice Presidents Kathy Ure
Becky Ponich
Secretary
Rene Wood
Treasurer
Hollie Epp
Membership Chair Mert Gertino
Social Co Chairs
Leah Bedell
Invitational Co-Chair Jan Stephenson
Karrie Jarratt
18 Hole Co-Chair
Patti Pavey
Janice Swanson
9 Hole Co-Chair
Sue Gleason
Cyndy Stalsberg
Terri Wright
A Team Co-Chair
Ellen Artist
Claudia Nielson
B Team Co-Chair
Peg Armstrong
Marian Tidwell
Historian
Christina Sullivan
JoAnn Krajeski
Bridge Chair
Fran Johnson
Bunco Co-Chair
Cari Zylstra
Christine Moore
Handicap & Rules Chair
Peg Armstong
Club Championship & Rally For A Cure Chair
Dorothy Thomas
Wouldn’t it be great to play on T-DAY? Well anyway have a nice Thanksgiving
and dream about it while your relaxing after eating that birdie, I mean Turkey…..
There will be no Board meeting in December due to the Holiday parties held at
the Club. Our first Board Meeting of 2007 will be held on January 18th at 5:45
pm.
The JLA Board would like to wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season that is
shared with family and friends.
Till then…..
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President Jeremy Ladies Association 2007
BRIDGE
Monday’s
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
December
4th & 18th
January
8th & 22nd
Contact:
Fran Johnson
435-649-9624
DECEMBER 2006
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
WINTER HOURS NOV. 13 , 2006 - MID APRIL 2007
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If snow closes the course sooner, this schedule will begin at that time.
Main Dining Room / Grille
Thursday & Friday
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Pier Bar
Saturday & Sunday
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Golf Shop
Thursday - Saturday
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
3
4
JLA Bridge
@ 1 pm
5
Sat
Fri
2
Lights On
Club Christmas Party
6
7
Prime Rib
8
9
Breakfast
with Santa
10
11
12
13
14
Prime Rib
15
16
17
18
JLA Bridge
@ 1 pm
19
20
21
Prime Rib
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Prime Rib
29
30
Christmas Eve
Club closes
@ 5:00 pm
31 New Years
Eve Day
Club is Open
Regular Hours
Club Closed
JANUARY 2006
Sun
Mon
1
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Tue
Wed
Thu
Sat
Fri
2
3
4
Prime Rib
5
6
Club Closed
7
8
JLA Bridge
@ 1 pm
9
10
11
Prime Rib
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Prime Rib
19
20
26
27
JLA Board
5:45 pm
Bunko 7 pm
21
22
JLA Bridge
@ 1 pm
23
24
28
29
30
31
25
Prime Rib
WINTER HOURS
Main Dining Room / Grille
Thursday & Friday
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Pier Bar
Saturday & Sunday
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Golf Shop
Thursday - Saturday
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
FAREWELL TO A FELLOW GOLFER AND FRIEND
Donal Bernard Hutchison
1928 ~ 2006
Donal B. Hutchison (Huck), 78, passed away from the effects of pancreatic cancer on Saturday, October 28,
2006. Since childhood he was always know as Huck by his friends and associates.
Huck was born in Ogden, UT on September 19, 1928 to Bernard Hutchison and Lillia Agnes Nielson
Hutchison. After his mother’s divorce and remarriage, he became particularly fond of his stepfather, Franklin
LeRoy Monson.
He graduated from Ogden High School in 1946 and after serving in Korea with the U.S. Army entered the University of Utah. He
graduated in 1950 with a BA degree in business administration. He worked for many years for First Security Bank. He is a Past
President of the Ute Club, Past President of the Ogden Junior Chamber of Commerce. After living in Ogden for many years he
became a well-known resident of Park City, UT. He was the owner of Summit County Title and a partner in Gaydos Investments,
LLC. He happily retired after selling his business interests.
He was an enthusiastic skier and tennis player, but his primary joy was golf, at which he excelled. He was an Honorary Member
of The Jeremy Golf and Country Club and played there regularly. All of his golfing buddies, “The Fossils”, and his friends will
greatly miss him.
He was preceded in death by his father, mother, and stepfather. He is survived by his half-sister Constance Hadlock of Bountiful,
UT.
A memorial was held at The Jeremy Clubhouse on Friday, November 17, 2006.
Get Well Soon
Marie Bambo
Who recently had surgery
IN MEMORY
Our deepest sympathy to
Arnie Ferrin for the loss of
his son, Richard Bard Ferrin,
who passed away
October 28th.
Our thoughts and prayers
are with you during
this difficult time.
Warmest thoughts
and Best
Wishes for a speedy recovery
Happy Holidays
We hope you will enjoy this time with
your family & friends.
The Club will be CLOSED
Christmas Day, & New Year’s Day.
We would like to wish the following people a Happy Birthday.
1 Bill George
Katy Moran
Peggy Desseyn
2 Linda Steele
3 Adam Greenhalgh
Ann Yeaman
Donald Saba
James Crittenden
Lauren Stanek
Oliver Martin
4 Mike Curtis
Slade Weber
5 Carl Fischer
Carlo Laurella
Jenny Tempfer
Jessica Rocchi
Robert Sullivan
Ronald Mahan
6 Buffy Mayerstein
Joan Mills
Leslie Nazzaro
Timothy Cook
7 Colin Block
David Yeaman
Jocelyn Manangan
8 Amy Cutt
Corey Bethke
Joyce Fischer
9 Austin Martin
10 Barbara Woodbury
Blake Graves
Jeff Jonas
Josh Phifer
Linda Cherrington
11 Andrey Malloy
Avery Thronson
Lauren Cheng
Laurie Brown
Marny Schlopy
12 Jack Stephenson Jr
Jeanne Wood
Larry Rogers
Leslie DeWald
Michael Schofield
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14
15
16
17
Michael Weber
John Gilbert
Stanley Plaisier
Rex Crosland
Walker Jensen
Todd Turnlund
Cory Merrell
18 Derek Stanek
Dan Flick
Mary Freer
Katherine Symonds
Mark Schmitz
Michael Barnes
19 Creed Healey
Nick Manangan
Carl Laurella
Rachel Massey
Joey Kennally
Scott Wortley
Katherine Turnland
Susan Carter
Michael Ferro
Adan Ahlin
20 Alex Mason
James Goryl
Arthur Woodbury
Jolene Jamison
Ashley Burt
Colleen Hoffman
Edmund Nelson
Hudson Magee
Julie Schiller
Jack Footer
Justin Brauner
Nicholas Nepo
Mallorie Hale
Bruce Booher
Mary Leavitt
Rylee Bukovinsky
Matt Walje
Alayna McSweeney
Mike Hessick
Deborah Cole
Mona Burton
21 Julie Bagley
Ken Wayman
Lynn Worthington
22 Edward Barfield
Nancy Barth
Sandy Sandberg
23 Clint Christiansen
Jake Malloy
Richard Bregger
24 Constance Desha
Roxy Chanslor
25 Candra Busse
Cindy Strong
Gordon LaHaye
Jack Irwin
26 Carey Cusimano
Gary Johnson
Kevin Brown
Que Christensen
Ryan Packer
27 Alison Wilhelmi
Blake Dolman
Florian Hernandez
Kyle
Leishman
Larry Pozil
Maureen
Wilkerson
Spencer Clawson
28 Christina Sullivan
Christopher Morris Christopher
Renne Emily Cohn
Mary Kraft
29 Jason Kreis
Julie Grove
Todd Crabtree
30 Andrew Hoyt
James Smith
Keith Kearns
31 Bill Melville
Howard Wallack
8770 North Jeremy Road
Park City UT 84098
JEREMY GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
8770 N. Jeremy Road Park City, UT 84098
(435) 649-2700 (801) 531-9000 Fax: (435) 649-2193
Web Site ~ www.thejeremy.com
E-mail ~ [email protected]
CLUB MANAGEMENT
2006 BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Larry Eagan
[email protected]
President ~ Information Services Com
Mark Pennels
[email protected]
President-Elect ~ Grounds Committee
John Fischer
[email protected]
Treasurer ~ Finance Committee
Bea Peck
[email protected]
Secretary ~ House Committee
Scott Benson
[email protected]
Golf Activities Committee
Brian Parcell
[email protected]
Membership Committee
Tom Ponich
[email protected]
Social Activities Committee
James Tidwell [email protected]
Restaurant Committee
Dennis VanLeeuwen [email protected]
Long Range Strategic Planning Comm
Name
Rick Schaefer, CCM
Tom Costello
Tom Rhoades
Eric Frady
Ryan Prosowski
Chris Young
Ken Campbell
Title
General Manager
Head Golf Professional
Grounds Superintendent
Financial Manager
Clubhouse Manager
Executive Chef
Facilities Superintendent
Email
Extension
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected] 435-649-2484
[email protected]
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CLUB STAFF
Name
Jake Hanley
Adrian DeJesus
Jack Lennon
Heidi Henning
Alayna McSweeney
Sauwanee Bahn
Title
1st Assistant Golf Pro
Golf Professional
Golf Professional
Merchandise Manager
Member Services Director
Administrative Assistant
Email
Extension
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
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THE SCORE CARD ☺ DECEMBER 2006 EDITION