Ladies “Birthday Bash” - Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club

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Ladies “Birthday Bash” - Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club

2701 NE 42nd Street

Lighthouse Point, Florida 33064

954-942-7244 www.lpyrc.com

Jan/Feb

2009

Volume 6 No. 1

More Events 2

Last Month’s Fun 3

Dining 4

Social Doings 5

Calendar 6

Activities/Sports 8

Little Skippers 9

Club Info 10

FYI 12

5TH ANNUAL TASTE OF

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Enjoy the best food and wine our local

restaurants have to offer!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009 6:30-9:30pm

Live & Silent Auctions, Live Music

Join the LHP Chamber of Commerce as we

sample fare from these fine restaurants:

Bonefish Mac’s, Cap’s Place, Columbo’s Market,

Dockside Galley Grill, Federal Grille,

Fifth Avenue Grille, Fin & Claw II, Gourmet

Galley, Hot Tomatoe, J. Mark’s, John L. Sullivan’s,

Kosta’s Greek Eatery, Le Bistro, Lighthouse Point

Yacht & Racquet Club, Red Fox Diner, Seafood

World, Siam Cuisine II and Wahoo Grille.

Tickets $40.00pp in advance; also available

at the club. $50.00pp at the door.

Book Review Luncheon

January 7 and February 4

The first Wednesday of the month, 11:30 am.

Join the group to discuss books you have read.

Ladies “Birthday Bash”

Luncheon

Wednesday, Jan. 14th, 2009 11:30am

Dining Room – Upper Level

Help us celebrate with “Ladies of the Club” who have

Birthdays during the months of November, December,

January & February.

Cruising in the Eastern

Mediterranean

Tari McCabe will do a

presentation about their

8 year sailing adventure

cruising on their sailboat in

the Eastern Mediterranean.

Highlights are the beautiful

and historic sites visited in

Turkey, Cypress, Syria,

Lebanon, Israel, Jordon and Egypt. Join us and enjoy

the beautiful presentation, learn a little about the

area and the people and get ideas for your next trip!

Special Salad Bar Buffet and Dessert

$12.00 ++pp

Prizes for the Birthday Ladies!

ALL ladies are welcome to help celebrate.

Please call for Reservations 954-942-7244.

MOVIN’ AND GROOVIN‘

DANCE CLASS

(Back by popular request)

Begins Mon, January 5 at 1:30 in the State Room.

Featuring Country Western, Latino, Hula, Jive,

Character & Broadway.

Complimentary! Come in Comfy Clothes!

Bring a Friend! Lots of Giggles!

To register: Contact Instructor

Janet Harrison at (954) 427-3562

Dance Educators Qualified

Ila Bishop’s Duplicate

Bridge Group

We will reconvene on January 16, 2009.

The group usually meets on the 1st and 3rd

Fridays of every month.


Upcoming Events

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SPA NEWS

Times are difficult and we can go

through a lot of stress. We understand

that stress can cause a lot

of unknown disease. As a benefit

to your membership, the club

is offering special discounted

services to all the members and

friends of members for the holiday

season until further notice.

Health is more than the absence

of illness. Health is the presence of energy, joy and relaxation. It is important

to be maintained and it is wise to listen to your body. Do not let your

body to go into overdrive. Take advantage of your membership benefit.

HOLIDAY SPECIALS - SPA DISCOUNTED SERVICES

SWEDISH MASSAGE ........................50 minutes .....$49

DEEP TISSUE ..............................50 minutes .....$60

TABLE THAI ...............................80 minutes .....$90

ETPS NEURO-MECHANICAL ACUPUNCTURE . . 15 minutes .....$20

(for chronic pain and can be combined with any services)

The new spa menu is available at the lobby or at the spa & fitness center.

Also coming in the New Year there will be workshops on spa home

treatment and various health-care seminars. Pre- Registration required.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR APPOINTMENT

CALL THIAM 954-608-9810 or 561-245-5231

ALL SERVICES ARE BY APPOINTMENT.

GIFT

CERTIFICATES

Are also

Available

February 14th, 2009

3 Choices $39.95pp++ 4 Choices $49.95pp++

Choice of:

Lobster Bisque

Jumbo Crab Cocktail

Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail

Baked French Onion Soup

Choice of:

Traditional Caesar Salad

Gorgonzola & Tomato Salad

Wedge Salad

Choice of:

Grilled Petite Filet & Broiled Lobster Tail

Florida Stone Crab Claw Dinner

French Veal Chop w/Mushrooms & Sauce

Japanese Crusted Chilean Sea Bass

w/ Lobster Sherry Sauce

Desserts

Bananas Foster with Vanilla Ice Cream

Chocolate Obsession Cake

Baked Alaska

Regular Menu Also Available

Reservations Requested 954-942-7244

Juliette’s Get Fit Weightloss ProgRam

January 14, 2009 This 6-week Program will include:

• A daily log

• Weekly meetings on Wed. 5:30 pm with accountibility

• Discussion and understanding cardiovascular training

• Weekly strength training programs for gym or home

• Nutrition ideas

This program is a 5 level program. It is designed to meet all levels from

a non-active person to an athelete. This might help you make the healthy

lifestyle change you have been looking for. It’s a great way to stay

motivated and accountable.

Cost: $130.00 RSVP: Juliette D. Woodmansee (954) 854-5170

Fitness Festival

(Children 3 & up) Poolside

Saturday, January 31st, 2009

• Runners Registration at 8:00am

• Family Fun Activities at 9:00am

• Fitness Classes at 9:00am

• Snack Bar opens at 11:30

• Krava Mega Self Defense Demo at 11:45

• Awards Ceremony 12:30

$25.00 - Family (Up to 4) add’l Person $5.00

$10.00 - Individual

RSVP by Jan. 15 to Kim/Stacey (954) 942-7244


Last Month’s Fun

Boat Parade

Watching the Boat Parade Cheryl Kleinhenz & Sharon Henley the Victory Lane

Boat Owners which participated:

LtoR: Gary & Patty WIllis, Buddy & Suzanne Cafferky, Joe & Millie Moyer, Rosemary & Fred Krieger,

Mark & Karen Wolfson, Lesley & Lee Manne, Ed Whitman, Ed Urbanski, and Waden Emery.

Bob & Lisa Gothier

Theresa Rosenberg & Gloria Sieg

Boys & Girls Club Luncheon

Reel Trouble- another boat parade participant

Nancy Bader & Buddy Cafferky

Boys & Girls Club Luncheon Volunteers Bella the Clown entertains the kids Alison helps Santa & Mrs. Claus gift a young man

with a new bike.

New

Members

Patrick Gustafsson

& Nina Persson

with Linus, Laban

and Linnea.

Lee Donais sings carols with the kids

Santa & Mrs. Claus

with a lovely young lady

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Dining

This Month’s Recipe

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT PASTA PLUS

is our Traditional Pasta Buffet (with whole wheat pasta

available), sauces, vegetables, plus weekly specials.

The fabulous ice cream bar for all ages ends the evening.

$16.95 Adults,

$7.95 Kids 10 and under.

Happy Hour - 4:30-6:30 pm.

THURSDAY NIGHT

is Prime Rib Night. Start out with a salad,

followed by a 12 oz. Cut of prime rib, accompanied

with a baked potato, vegetable and bread. $18.95 Adults.

Happy Hour is from 4:30-6:30.

Live entertainment starts at 7:00 pm.

FRIDAY NIGHT

is Surf & Turf Night. Enjoy a delicious filet mignon

with shrimp scampi, or lobster tails.

Little Skipper’s child care is available from

6:00-10:00. Happy Hour is from 4:30-6:30 pm, and live

entertainment begins at 7:00 pm. Remember, our regular

dinner menu is available on these evenings as well.

Carry-out menu

We are now offering a Carry-Out menu for the

dining room, and you may pick up one in the Club lobby.

This is a great opportunity to have Chef Rudy’s delicious

cuisine when you are unable to be at the Club!

SUNDAY BRUNCH

Our fabulous Sunday Brunch

is available from

11:00am- 2:00 pm.

We also have an Ala Carte

menu with breakfast and

lunch items available for

your dining pleasure.

Dixieland Brunch

January 11 and February 8

$18.95++.

CHOCOLATE

GINGERBREAD

SQUARES

(Serves 15)

3 Tbsp Melted Butter

¼ Cup Unsweetened Cocoa Butter

¾ Cup All-Purpose Flour

1 Tsp Ground Ginger

½ Tsp Ground Cinnamon

½ Tsp Baking Soda

½ Cup Brown Sugar (Dark)

¼ Cup Molasses

1 Egg

1/3 Cup Sour Cream

½ Cup Chocolate Chips

METHOD

Heat Oven to 350. Butter square

baking pan. Whisk together cocoa,

flour, ginger, cinnamon and baking

soda in a bowl. In a separate bowl

mix together butter, brown sugar,

molasses, egg, and Sour cream until

smooth.

Add flour mixture into creamy

mixture and stir until moistened.

Add in Chocolate chips. Place

mixture into baking pan and bake

for 30-35 minutes. Let cool and cut

into squares

Beverage Corner

December was certainly a busy time for the lounge. Holiday cheer was spread far and wide.

The Santa hats showed plenty of wear by the time they were put away for the season.

We would like to thank everyone who helped make College Game Day on Saturday’s a big

success and look forward to continuing this tradition next season. The next new tradition

is “Cigar &Cognac” on the patio. We hope to host this event at least once a month.

The trial run took place on December 12th. It was a BYOC plus an extra cigar or two to

share or trade. Look for the next “Cigar & Cognac” event on either January 16th or the

31st. There will be representatives from a local cigar shop in attendance to offer discounts

and special pricing. We will have single-malt Scotches, Cognacs and Ports available from

our bar to enjoy with your favorite smoke. See you there.

The bar staff would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our

members a Happy and prosperous New Year!


Social Doings

Christmas Extravaganza

Tina Guida with Family and friends

The Bergaminis

Santa with Hannah Bauer

The Marsenisens

Kevin Mendez colors

Rob the Portrait Artist sketching

Frosty & Friend

Frosty & another friend!

Fun on the Trackless Train

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Calendar

of Events

January

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2 3

club is

Closed

Lunch

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Uptown Express

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

6

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock

Open

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

BOOK REVIEW

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

Lunch

11:30am-2:30 pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Uptown Express

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

Boys and Girls Club

Luncheon

11 12 13 14 15 Lunch 16 17

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Dixieland Jazz

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock

Open

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

FAMILY NIGHT

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

Lunch

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

WILL BRIDGES

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock

Open

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

TASTE OF

LIGHTHOUSE

POINT

6:30 - 9:30

25 26 27 28 29 30 31

SUNDAY

BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock

Open

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

Book Review

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

Lunch

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Uptown Express

Lunch

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Uptown Express

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

BOOK REVIEW

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

Lunch

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Keeper’s Day

8 9 10 11 12 Lunch 13 14

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Dixieland Jazz

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock Open

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock

Open

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

FAMILY NIGHT

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

February

Lunch

11:30am-2:30 pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Will Bridges

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

VALENTINES

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock

Open

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

Lunch

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Uptown Express

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SUNDAY BRUNCH

11am - 2pm

Kitchen & Lounge

Closed

Fitness, Pool,

Tennis & Dock

Open

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Pasta Buffet

6:00-9:30pm

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Dinner/Prime Rib

Special

6:00-9:00

Mark Bornfield

Lunch

Happy Hour

4:30-6:30 pm

Little Skippers

Club

6:00-10:00pm

Uptown Express

Lunch

11:30am-2:30pm

Dinner

6:00-9:30pm

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Club Activities & Sports

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Fitness Corner

The Difference between looking “fab” or “flab”

When using the cardio machines the panels can be confusing. You see everything from your heart rate, speed, mets,

watts, calories per hour, total calories burned and distance covered. Most people just look at calories burned. Yet a good

understanding of your cardio machine could literally mean the difference between looking “fab” or “flab”. Here are

some tips to help you understand what all those readings mean.

Mets

Mets stands for metabolic equivalent,

which simply means the

amount of oxygen you consume in

one minute. The relevance of this

is that your body converts fat into

energy through a process called

glycolysis, in which oxygen is

the major catalyst. This is why you

feel the need to breathe faster when

under physical exertion, like when

you’re running on the treadmill. You

will notice that the met reading

on your console rising as you work

harder, indicating that you are consuming

more oxygen and, therefore,

burning more fat. So, if your aim is

to lose fat, it is necessary to maintain

a high met count.

Calories

Most modern cardio machines have

two calorie counters; one that shows

the total calories burned at the end

of the session and one that estimates

how many calories you would burn

in an hour at a given level of effort.

They are nowhere near accurate! This

is because the amount of calories

you burn in an exercise session will

generally vary due to several factors.

For instance, heavier people burn

more calories than lighter people

because they use more energy to do

the same tasks. People with a higher

percentage of muscle also burn more

calories because muscle is metabolically

active tissue that burns calories

24 hours a day. Men also tend to

burn more calories than women because

they have higher levels of the

fat-burning hormone testosterone

and, more often than not, a lower

overall percentage of body fat. All

these factors count, but your average

machine has no way of computing

this information. My verdict? Don’t

sweat the calorie count too much.

Treat it as an estimate rather than an

incontestable fact!

Watts

Watts refer to the actual power

output of your work-out session at

a given point. During your average

cardio session, you often “generate”

enough energy to light up a 100-

watt electric bulb for a minute!

Heart rate

This is where you need to concentrate

because it measures something

that is tangible. The basic aim of

most cardiovascular programmes

is to keep the participant within

the “aerobic heart rate” zone for as

long as possible. This simply means

the point at which your body is just

about able to meet your body’s

oxygen requirements at a given workload.

If you move any faster, you step

into the “anaerobic zone”, where

your body cannot meet its own

oxygen demands and you burn out

quickly from too much lactic acid

in the muscles. If you move slower,

you are not working hard enough to

significantly stimulate your heart &

lungs enough to reap the benefits of

the exercise. This will happen if you

chat on your cell phone or read while

working out on the treadmill. If you

fluctuate between high & low in your

zone you will burn more calories.

Please wipe off the machines with

you finish. Thank you,

Juliette D. Woodmansee,

Fitness Director

Swimming News

We made it to the National Championships! John Jessel, who trains with

Coach Larry competed in three events at USA Swimming’s Conoco Phillips

National Swimming Championship in Atlanta , GA John swam lifetime

personal records in the 200, 500 and 1650 yard freestyle races. John placed

33rd in the 1650.

Our winter swim team will continue in our heated pool. Practice is

offered for all abilities. Our Pre-Competitive Stroke School swims Monday,

Wednesday and Friday or Tuesday and Thursday from 4-5pm or 5-6pm.

Swim Lessons will begin again in March. We are available for private lessons for beginners or video / technique

analysis for competitive swimmers.

Any questions? Contact Coach Larry Blomberg (954) 788-7300.


Tennis

Coastal Clay Courters Christmas Party

Sandy Sawer, Kay Doverspike,

Tari McCabe, Jeannette Usher

Janet Harrison, Gloria Zieg, Carol Robbins,

Dolores Rosenberg

Fausto’s Wednesday 4:00pm Clinic

Claudette Klein, Martha Innes,

Carol Steigelman, Fausto Villarroel

Jo Ann Donat, Ann Miller, Betsy Rost,

Mary Spieker, Lorraine Weiss, Carol Steigelman

LPYRC Tennis Championships 2009

Senior Men’s & Women’s Doubles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 10 & 11

Men’s & Women’s Doubles 3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 31 & Feb. 1

Men’s & Women’s Doubles 4.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . February 14 & 15

Mixed Doubles 3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . February 14 & 15

Men’s & Women’s Singles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . February 28 & March 1

Mixed Doubles Open . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 14 & 15

Mixed Doubles 4.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 28 & 29

All finals played on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 11 & 12

All matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday.

Senior tournaments are 65 and over.

Mixed Doubles 4.0 teams must have an “A” and B” player. Cost: $20.00

Women’s Grand Prix

Round Robin

Friday Jan. 16th . . . . . . 9:30am

Friday Feb.20th . . . . . . 9:30am

Intra-Club

Saturday Jan. 17th . . . . 1:00pm

Saturday Feb. 16th . . . . 1:00pm

Intra-Club Team

Standings:

David Roy . . . . . . . . 17 points

Kathy Tight . . . . . . . 15 points

Moe Johnson . . . . . . . . 9 points

Terry O’Connor . . . . . . 7 points

Little Skipper’s

Youth Program Director - Jane Sparrow 954-881-0596

Korner

Hope your Holidays were wonderful!

Remember to mark your calendar for Family Night on the second

Wednesday of every month. Come get your face painted by

“Dot the Clown “and play with Ligia and I in the Crow’s Nest.

(Dot will be here – January 14th, and February 11th.)

We offer Childcare every weekday morning from 8:25 am to

12:00 pm. Please make your Reservation by 2:00 pm on Friday

for Friday evenings Little Skippers Program, which runs from

6:00 pm -10:00 pm.

Join us January 31st for Family Fitness Festival. Call Juliette at

954-854-5170 for your Reservation. Look for more information

on this Event in this Newsletter. Hope to see you soon!

Friday, Jan. 2nd

• “Bingo” in the Crow’s Nest

• Craft

Friday, Jan. 9th

• Hangman Competition

•Craft

Wednesday, Jan. 14th

• Family Night with”Dot”

Friday, Jan. 16th

• Air Hockey Tournament

• Craft

Friday, Jan. 23rd

• Basketball Tournament

• Craft

Friday, Jan. 30th

• Magic Night • Craft

Friday, Feb. 6th

• Pizza and Movie Night

• Craft

Wednesday, Feb. 11th

• Family Night with “Dot”

Friday, Feb. 13th

• Talent Night •Craft

Friday, Feb. 20th

• Charades • Craft

Friday, Feb. 27th

• Game Night • Craft

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Club Information

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December was a busy month with

the Club’s boat parade. One of our

two formal balls was in early December

with 176 Corinthians and guests

dancing to the music of Street Talk.

We were saddened by the passing of

one of our Past Commodores, Ted

Scantlebury. Ted was one of the

original Blue Angels and was very

active in the Corinthians. We had a

memorial service and burial at sea.

January has us cruising to Miami’s

Bayside Marina. This is a popular

trip with the ladies due to the nearby

Bayside Market Place. A trip to Jungle

Island is also planned. Later in January

we participate in the Pompano

Nautical Flea Market.

February brings the first of our

three quarterly membership meetings.

Following the business meeting there

will be dinner & dancing. The theme

of this program is an Evening of Las

Vegas Entertainment featuring the

Sounds of Sinatra. On February 27

through March 1 we plan to visit the

Delray Beach Yacht Club.

As you can see we have an active

agenda. If you’d like to hear more

about membership call

Hal Bishop 954-725-0918

Chuck Schroeter 954-943-5556

Ken Holland 954-784-7781

You can usually catch us at the Club

at Thursday Happy Hour or our regular

Saturday noon Corinthian meeting.

My motto is “Live for Today”.

- Commodore Hal Bishop

committees

Advisory Board

Carolyn Bergamini

Karen Kniskern

Mary Bentz

Terry O’Conner

Past Commodore

Lee Donais

Commodore Hal Bishop

Jay Carrier

Dolly McDonough

Marina Committee

Lee Manne

Gary Willis

Lee Maguire

LPYRC Management and Administrative Staff

David Stevens - Chief Operating Officer

Sari Keiser - Asst. Clubhouse Manager

Gary Stallone - Dining Room Manager

Rudy Spezzano - Executive Chef

Linda Lennon - Membership Director

Gina Dube - Special Events Coordinator

Patricia Vargas - Controller

Miriam Corrar - Club Accountant

Bob Garey - Dockmaster

Fishing Committee

Christine Elbualy

Bill Farmer

Barry Miller

Celia Morris

Mark Williams

Membership

Committee

Rick & Carla Tobin

Fritz & Anna Nordmann

Bob & Stephanie Heyman

Al & Missy White

Spa Committee

Bob Becker

Ed Keiler

Tennis

Committee

Ron Concato

Joann Fairweather

Bob Dunn

Nick Bykowski

David Roy

Mary Bentz

Becky Concato

Susan O’Connor

Chuck Schroeter

A REMINDER FOR OUR MEMBERS

Guidelines for appropriate attire when using the Club facilities:

Dining Room: Men are required

to wear long pants with collared

shirts. NO tank tops or sleeveless

shirts, please. Ladies are allowed to

wear casual dresses, slacks, capris

and blouses.

Holidays: Jackets are requested

for all gentlemen. Long pants with a

collared shirt are acceptable.

Lounge: Casual attire is allowed.

NO swimwear or baseball caps, please.

When wearing tennis clothing, please

cover your chair with a towel.

Club Members are asked to please

inform your guests of these current

Club policies.

Thank you!

Hello Boaters!

Hello Boaters and Happy New Year! Let’s hope that this year is better than the

last! Fuel prices are down and the fishing has been great! Looks like we are off

to a good start! Thanks to all who participated in the Holiday Boat Parade.

It was a blast! Don’t forget to join us in the dock office every Saturday for

coffee and donuts.

Happy Boating! Bob Garey, Dockmaster

Julio Santana - Dining Room

Stephen Sawer - Tennis Pro

Fausto Villarroel - Asst. Tennis Pro

Larry Blomberg - Swim Coach

Juliette Woodmansee - Fitness Director

Tim D’Amico - Maintenance Director

Stacey Lippman - Receptionist

Jane Sparrow - Children’s Activities

Coordinator


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If you would be interested in advertising

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please call Linda Lennon at 954-942-3524

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2701 Northeast 42 Street

Lighthouse Point, Florida 33064

For Your Information

Dining Room

954-942-7244

Tuesday– Saturday (Oct-May)

Lunch 11:30am – 2:30 pm

Wednesday

Dinner 6:00pm – 9:00 pm

Thursday

Dinner 6:00pm – 9:00 pm

Friday & Saturday

Dinner 6:00pm – 9:30pm

Fitness Center

954-943-5088

Monday

6:00am – 12 Noon

Tuesday – Saturday

6:00am – 9:00 pm

Sunday

9:00 am – 7:00 pm

Personal Trainer

Juliette Woodmansee 954-854-5170

Tennis Pro Shop

954-943-5550

Entertainment

Thursday Entertainment

Piano Bar 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Friday Entertainment

(Check Calendar)

Piano Bar & Special Events

7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Membership Office

954-942-3524

Tuesday – Saturday

9:00am – 5:00 pm

Sunday & Monday CLOSED

If our regular business hours do not fit

into your busy schedule, please call

and we will be happy to set up

an evening appointment.

Dock 954-942-6688

Monday

8:00am – 4:00pm

Tuesday–Thursday

8:00am – 5:00pm

Friday & Saturday

8:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday

8:00am – 5:00pm

Bridge Groups

Daily

Joan Gasparro (954) 942-3907

Thursday

Sandy Wright (954) 785-6673 or

(954) 593-5591 (cell phone)

Duplicate Bridge

Experienced Players Only, Please

1st & 3rd Fridays

Ila Bishop (954) 725-0918

Corinthian

Membership

Ken Holland (954) 784-7781

Chuck Schroeter (954) 943-5556

Massage Therapy

Thiam (954) 608-9810

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