July / August 2012 - Broken Sound Club


July / August 2012 - Broken Sound Club

July / August 2012STRESS RELIEF thru QIGONG pg 8DEFENDING THE LOB In DOUBLES pg 10CYCLIST PAVES THE WAY pg 4Page 1www.brokensoundclub.org

PHONE NUMBERSAdministrationJohn Crean, General Manager/C.O.O. 241-6855Cathy Grana, Asst. General Manager 241-6837Ed Cichielo, Club House Manager 241-6866Carol Boettcher, Dir., Human Resources 241-6886Lisa Fuller, Executive Assistant 241-6810AccountingDianne Hart, Director of Finance 241-6834Club Billing 241-6830Fitness & SpaMichael Tompkins, Director 241-6858Reception/Appointment Desk 241-6899Food & BeverageJoe Longo, Executive Chef 241-6891Tim Nelson, Food & Beverage Director 241-6831Lorant G. Botha, Catering Manager 241-6892Cecilia Smith, F&B Admin Assistant 241-6824Carl Ramallo, Lead Dining Reservations 241-6877Hostess Podium (Main Dining Room) 241-6859Hostess Podium (Centre Court Cafe) 241-6815Old Course Bar 241-6854Pool Bar 241-6856GolfTee Time Computer 997-1146Men’s Locker Room 241-6852Ladies’ Locker Room 241-6822Club CourseScott Feller, Director of Golf 241-6806Pro Shop 241-6860Old CourseJohn Skaf, Director of Golf 241-6893Pro Shop 994-8505Golf Course MaintenanceJoseph Hubbard, Director 997-7793MembershipMaureen Schreiber, Director 241-6820Jean Ouellette, Assistant 241-6835Elyse Arnel, Website Administrator 241-6872Social ActivitiesAl Salkeld, Director 241-6846Sue Salkeld, Assistant 241-6870TennisGreg Wheaton, Director 241-6888Pro Shop 241-6880Automated Reservations 989-5279Other NumbersAccess Control (Guest Access) 998-5823/5818Banyans Gate 241-5947Club Reception 241-6800Community Maintenance Association-CMA998-5813Security (Yamato Road Gate) 997-6935Valet 271-5500Email Addresses:Department Managersfirstname_lastname@brokensoundclub.orgBoard of Governorsboard_governors@brokensoundclub.orgMEMBERS IN THE NEWSCyrille Lazo, a resident of the Broken Soundcommunity for 12 years, is also a memberof the Boca Raton Bicycle Club. She is a longdistance bicyclist and clocks in at least 100miles weekly.She is dedicated to promoting cyclingsafety and greater awareness of the sportthrough club events and community activism.Some of you may know her as a volunteerwho runs the Tour of Boca. This event issponsored by both the Boca Raton BikeClub and the City of Boca Raton. The Tourtakes place 5 times a year in beautiful BocaRaton with a 15 mile, easy-paced, policeescorted bicycle ride beginning at PatchReef Park on Yamato Road. There is a reststop midway through the ride at RutherfordPark, Cyrille and the Bike Club providefor refreshments, energy bars andfruit. Any member interested in Tour datescan contact Cyrill Lazo:cyrillelazo@comcast.net or 561-998-2002.Cycle in the “Hottest Ride In Florida” onJuly 15, 2012, a Frank Stark celebrationride. It is a Boca Raton tradition, 23 yearsin the running, featuring a scenic ridealong the Atlantic coast starting from BocaRaton City Hall to the mansions in PalmBeach. It then crosses over the intracoastalCyrille Lazo paving the waywaterway and follows the newly renovatedshoreline in West Palm Beach. Proceedsbenefit many National Charities andBicycle Advocacy groups. Sponsored bythe City of Boca Raton and Boca Raton BicycleClub. Contact info for registration:bocabikeclub.org or 561-391-6109.Broken Sound Club assists inmaking a Bucket List dreamcome true. Shelly Siegel grinsear to ear as he takes commandof a Backhoe duringdemolition of the pool grill.July / August 2012 Page 4

ecord setting attendance of 72 participantsmemorial day tennis round robinRobin Kissen, Cindy Braun, Jeff Feingold, andEliot KurtzRoberta Botwinik, Lois Bender, Loraine Ovadia, andStacy BrumelGail Eagle, Robin Weinfeld, Diane Mischel, andRhoda BerkeLynn Martin, Ginny Kobren, and Chase WheatonPaul Harris, Larry Kobren, Bob Drogowitz, andJeff MinkoffJeff Minkoff, Judy Litwin, Bob Drogowitz,Mark Goldman, and Stephen YoungJoan Nadler and Max SapioMrs Moore, Mrs Hoffer and Mrs SisiskyMrs Chandler and Mrs BettingerMrs Kane and Mrs ChaissonPage 5www.brokensoundclub.orgMarcy Lavine celebrates after winning gift certificate

CLUB COURSE INFORMATIONScott Feller, Director of Golf 241-6806Club Course Pro ShopMonday - Sunday 7:00 AM - 5:30 PMClosed on ThursdaysDriving RangeSun, Tue 7:00 AM - 5:30 PMMon, Wed thru Sat 7:00 AM - duskClinicsTuesdays and Fridays 10:00 - 11:00 AMWith Donnie and Barbara$25.00 per player. Back of practice rangeKids Clinics - Saturday 3:30 - 5:00PMHOLE IN ONEPaul ShinMay 10 - Hole #12Joann CelanoApril 1 - Hole #14Allan SchacterMarch 29 - Hole #12Nick CarboMarch 25 - Hole #3John Gavin JrFebruary 25 - Hole #14MAINTENANCEJoseph Hubbard, CGCSAerification Schedule and Closings:July 24 h , 25 h & 26 th Second AerificationAug 28 th , 29 th and 30 th Third Aerification9 Hole Broken Sound West Women’s GolfAssociation Board of Directors 2012-2113Presidents - Myrna Rogoff and Linda SelbstVice President - Candace GladstonTreasurer - Paula GluckmanSecretary - Stephanie SmileyWe welcome all new members. This year therewill be a new format. We plan to have 2flights. A competitive and a non competitiveflight.Please sign up in the golf Pro shop.Club Course Newsby Scott Feller, PGA Director of GolfDear Golfers,Summer is here and wewant you to please takecare of yourself while onthe course during thesehot months. Make surethat you drink plenty ofwater and apply sunscreen. We haveprovided you with cool towels at the reststations along with Gatorade in thecoolers and fruit. Don’t wait until youbecome thirsty to re-hydrate. Heatexhaustion can overcome you verySUMMER HOLIDAY MIXERSdriver putter wedgequickly so, drink that water! Stay hydrated.As our rainy season is here also comesafternoon thunderstorms which can alsoinclude deadly lightening strikes. Even ifit is not raining lightening can strike.Before and after the storm can be thedeadliest times. This explains why theThorguard Lightening Prediction Systemsounds and you look up and everythingseems fine to continue playing. Pleaseheed the warnings and take cover. Onelong blast signals that you must leave thegolf course. Three short blasts signal it issafe to resume play.This year the Club Course and the Old Course are teaming up to share the summerholiday mixer. The Club Course is hosting the 4 th of July Event on Sunday July 1 stwith a Fire Cracker Scramble. Guests are invited to enjoy our beautiful facility. Checkthe website for the tournament results.The Old Course will be hosting the Labor Day Mixer and all Golf Members of BrokenSound are invited to play. This will be a great opportunity for members and staff tocome together and enjoy a great day of golf and fun.Boca Raton teen punches U.S. Women’s Open ticket in qualifierBoca Raton’s Jaye Marie Green, a high-school senior who stands No.12 inthe world amateur ranking, survived a four-hole playoff to grab the lastavailable U.S. Women’s Open berth from last week’s qualifier at PlantationBay G&CC in Ormond Beach.The 18-year-old Green, who is still an amateur, two-putted for par, sinking a15-footer, to secure a spot in the U.S. Women’s Open, scheduled July 5-8 atthe Black Wolf Run Championship Course in Kohler, Wis. She could haveclinched the spot on No. 18, the previous playoff hole, but missed a 4-footer for birdie.“I’m kind of in shock. It will probably sink in on the ride home,” said Green,who is from Boca Raton. “I came back here (Wednesday morning), notknowing what I was doing. We rushed to finish before it got dark(Tuesday). It was a long day — 36 holes and every shot counted — and thento come back the next day, it was crazy. It almost felt like a fulltournament.”Donny Green and Jaye GreenJuly / August 2012 Page 6

Old Course NewsJohn Skaf, Director of Golf241-6893Pro Shop 994-8505Hours: Mon - Sun 7:00 AM - 5:30 PMClose on Mondays thru the second week of Oct.Driving Range Hours 7:00 A.M. - dusk.Dr. Larry & Joan Stone andDr. Larry & Sandy LapkinSteven & Sandy Fishman / Jay & RoniBernsteinmemorial dayNorman & Gwen Kamikow and Elisa Grabois & Harvey FeldmanBurt & Robin Rapoport and Gary & Dr. Connie SiskowskiStu & Judy Friedman and Michelle & Michael ChandrossMAINTENANCEJoseph Hubbard, CGCSOld Course Aerification ScheduleAug 20 th , 21 th and 22 thAlan LeskHole #14June 2, 2012Elisa GraboisHole #3March 29, 2012hole in onePage 7www.brokensoundclub.org

FOOD FOR THOUGHT4th Of July Dinner and DancingTim Nelson,Director of Food & Beverage241-6831Lorant G. Botha, CHS, CHSPCatering Manager241-6892Old Course Dinner - All MembersSelect SaturdaysJuly 14, July 28 and August 11Music by Horizon for your Listening and Dancing Pleasure5:30pm – 9:30pm$29.95 per person plus tax Children 6-12 yrs Half Price and 0-5yrs No ChargeReservations Required 241-6877Chef’sTABLETuscan NightBUFFETSundays July 1, 15 & 29July 13. July 27. Aug 10. Aug 24$70 pp Reservations Required 241-6877Summer DiningBUFFETSundaysBURGERS & BREWSMondaysPRIX FIXETuesdaysALA CARTEFridaysREAL DEAL BARBEQUESunday Buffet, July 22ASIAN NIGHTBuffetSunday, July 8Page 9www.brokensoundclub.org

MY SIDE OF THE COURTGreg Wheaton, Director of Tennis 241-6888Pro Shop 241-6880Monday - Sunday 7:30 AM - 3:00 PMStarting October 1st till 5:30pmMEN’S MEMBER GUESTVernon GettoneLearnin’ WithVernonTips & StrategiesFor Fun &Successful Tennis!Defending theLob in DoublesThe first line of defense for a lob is an overhead...there is no other shot that is moreof an equalizer for a lob! Having a goodoverhead sends your opponent the messagethat the lob will not work. Eliminatinga shot your opponent can hit causesthem to have to rethink their strategy andtakes away the option of the lob.If you and your partner are at the net andyour opponents are hitting deep lobs thatprevent you from hitting effectiveoverheads, your team should play closerto the service line.If at some point during the rally you havean opportunity to hit the ball short, do so.This will make it more difficult for your opponentsto hit a successful lob becausethere will be less court into which youropponents can hit.If you are not able to hit effectiveoverheads, and hitting the ball short orplaying closer to the service line does notwork, then you and your partner shouldplay two back.You have an arsenal of defenses againstthe lob... you just have to play smart!JUNIOR SUMMER TENNIS CAMPAll levels for boys & girls age 7 to 18. Guaranteed ratio of 4 players to 1 instructorJune 11 through July 27 2012 / Monday thru Friday 9AM to 2.30PMA typical day consists of the following:Price per week (5 days) $225- 9:00am: Greeting on court 16Siblings $175 per child - Daily $55- 9:05am: On court warm up / stretchingBring your lunch.- 9:15am: Tennis instructionDrinks (Filtered water and Gatorade)- 10:45am: Cool down break / snackprovided all day- 11:00am: Supervised match play- 12:15pm: LunchBook early. Due to court restriction we- 1:00pm: Ping Pong, Game Room, etcwill enroll a maximum of 28- 2:30pm: End of the day / Pick upparticipants per weekxxxxsummer campersBrandon RessCalvin RastinJuly / August 2012 Page 10

BOCA FRIENDSFORCANCERRESEARCHCome to Hadassah’sexciting, educationaland enjoyableprogramsFor Now. For Life.Dear FriendsThe season has endedand many of you are up north and/or onvacation. Your Hadassah Board is stillworking to provide exciting events andprograms for the coming year. It is wonderfulto have e-mail and phones so thatwe can keep in touch. Here are the go-topeople of your Broken Sound Hadassah.Shalom,Caryle Gulker and Judy NeedlerwCaryle Gulker, President 561-912-9471Judy Needle, President 561-995-8327Paula Gluckman, Exec. VP 561-988-0506Sheila Garber, Treasurer 561-241-2665Sandy Gaynor, Fundraising VP 561-998-0389Susan Slinger, Fundraising VP 561-994-5437Susette Rabinowitz, Program VP 401-359-4001Evy Udell, Records Administrator 561-994-0785Joyce Weiner, Recording &Corresponding Secretary 561-998-8068Cecily Feldman, Bulleting Editor 561-278-3940Board Members At LargePhyllis Greenblatt Iris MalenRose SmithDebra SteinartRuth Levy Platt Barbara RothJane Sonenshein Phoebe WofchuckREEL WONDERS CINEMA NITE7:00 PM Pelican Room Marilyn Laber 997-7313Monday, July 9“Mermaids”Another film from Richard Benjamin. Starring Cher,Bob Hoskins, and Winona Ryder . A hilariousheartwarming single parenting family experience.A non-traditional mother, a Jewish daughter whowants to be a nun and other complications that testthe bonds of family.Cher today! Moderated by Marilyn LaberMonday, August 13“Mrs Miniver”William Wyler’s academy award film Oscar to GreerGarson. A magnificent portrait of the courage of aBritish family in every day life during the horrors ofwar. Detailing the film: Moderated by Marilyn LaberMUSICAL DVD SERIESMovie 7:00pm Pelican RoomBev Sisisky 241-8522, Millie Evans 999-9298Complimentary. No reservation neededMonday, July 30The Rat Pack - Live From Las VegasThis tribute concert captures the original Rat PackersSammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra whoare stunningly brought to life courtesy of dead-onimpersonationsMonday, August 20The Benny Goodman StoryStarring Steve Allen, Donna Reed, Lionel Hampton,Gene Krupa, and Sammy Davis Sr.Boca Friends committee along with John Crean, General Manger / COO and Ivan Snyder,President BOG, presents check from very successful Car Show fundraiserWell here we are in the beginning of Julyand Boca Friends Board is busy makingplans for a very exciting 2012-13 season.Our outside events are well attended. InJune 61 members enjoyed a tour andluncheon at Costume World.We are very excited to introduce our firstever miniature golf event on the ClubCourse. Tee off August 17, 2012. Youdon’t even have to be a golfer toparticipate in this fun filled evening. Thedress is casual and the cost is $20pp. Thisevent will follow with snacks at happyhour and drinks can be paid with yourcredit card or club chit. If you would liketo stay and have dinner, cost can becharged to your credit card or clubaccount. For reservations, contact PaulaKarp.Mark your calendars. October bringscooler weather (we hope) and our paidup Membership Tea. October 20, 2012Another new event for our organizationon November 8, 2012 will be a CanastaPage 11Tournament and brunchIn December we are sponsoringmotivational speaker Barbara Braunstien.January 13, 2013 brings us back outsidefor our annual Walkathon, to includelunch and vendors.March 2, 2013 is Casino Night. A jointventure with Hadassah. This includes afabulous buffet dinner, gambling and asilent as well as a Chinese auction. This willbe a great evening.We are anticipating having the 2nd annualExotic Car Show. (date to be determined)Whew, I am exhausted just writing abouteverything and I didn’t even mention ourfootball poll and possible cruise. Keepreading our articles and check your emailto keep posted.See you soon... don’t forget to fill out yourmembership forms and let’s get the meninvolved.Be well and enjoy the moment.Paula Karpwww.brokensoundclub.orgSOLOSBobbie Roger 999-8928 or Marilyn Laber 997-7313July 28FantasticksBuy a Ticket !! Join us at Dramaworks.Clematis St. West Palm Beach2:00 P.M. Dinner to followCall Marilyn Laber - 997-7313August date to be determinedA Day At The BeachTie up your hair and pack your chair. Fun galore anddinner at the shore. Call 997- 313 / 997-8928GREAT COURSESPresented By The Teaching Co.July 2 & 23, August 6 & 277:30pm Media Room. Herb Levin 998-2411The Pap Corps honors John Crean for making us therecipient of the proceeds of the 2012 Antique Car Show

YOUR SOCIAL COMMITTEE AT WORKChair: Marjorie Lassoff andVice Chair: Rowena KovlerBAGEL BREAKFASTStart the day off right and meetyour neighbors, make newfriends and enjoy the relaxedatmosphere. Main Clubhouse.Bagels and coffee served 7:00AM - 9:30 AM, Monday thruFriday.GAMES/CARDSWhat’s your game? We can help you find players onall levels for both men’s and women’s cards, includingBridge, Canasta, Mah Jong, Gin Rummy, Pinochle,Dominoes and board games.Games Sub-Committee Co-chairs,Elaine Silverstein at 995-1051 MzElaineS@aol.comTHE SOCRATES CAFEConnection To ConversationA program to revive the lost art of conversation.Expand your capacity to listen and engage with oneanother with questions and unique points of view. Allmeetings 4:00pm Sandpiper Room. No registrationJuly 3 “What Constitutes Courage?Facilitator: Dr. Murray SeltzerJoin Broken Sound members for another excitingsession of discussion and questioning.For Further Info Call: 999-8928 // 997-7313August 7topic to be announcedExperience theEPIC MARVELof thePanama CanalOctober 13, 2012Oranjestad, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Colon,Puerto Limon, Ocho RiosAt The Club SATELLITEHAPPY HOUREvery Friday 5:30 PMMain ClubhouseINDEPENDENCE DAYDinner & DancingWednesday, July 4 / 5:30 PM.Featuring Horizons Band. RSVP Carl 241-6877SinglesBOCA WESTNAME THAT TUNEMonday, July 16 / 7:00 - 9:00 PM$20pp includes light appetizers, onebeverage. RSVP by July 2 Al & Sue 241-6846Day TripsOLD SCHOOL SQUARE HISTORIC TOURThursday, July 19 / 10 AM$7 pp itransportation on your own. Meetingat Crest TheatreMYSTERY TOURThursday, July 26 / 10 AM departure$44 pp includes lunch and transportationIf you like the element of suspense, Al & Sueare keeping a lid on the day tour itinerary.THE NATIONAL CROQUET CENTERInstruction and PlayThursday, August 9, 2012 / 9:00 am departureLunch following at Howley’s (not included)$20 pp / RSVP Al and Sue 241-6846The National Croquet Center is home to theworld’s largest dedicated croquet facility,with the finest lawns spanning four acres.February 2, 2013San Juan, Philipsburg, Basseterre7 Nights - Concierge Class $1,294Agent Elliot Stoll 561-736-1704KRAVIS CENTERSunday August 5 / 1:00pm$61pp rsvp Al & Sue 241-6846ShowsDIVORCE PARTY The MUSICALKRAVIS CENTERTuesday, July 10 / 7:30 PMDeparting Broken Sound 4 PMDinner on your own City PlaceGreat EscapeEntertainmentPETER PAN starring Cathy RigbyKRAVIS CENTERSunday, August 5, 2012 / 1 PM$61.00 pp transportation on your ownCANYON RANCH MIAMI BEACHJuly 5 - 7, 2012$165 pp per night double occupancy.CANYON RANCH LENOXAugust 26 - 30 or September 2 - 6, 2012$1,595 pp double occupancy w/ $340 spaallowance.RE OF THE SEASPANAMA CANALIsland PrincesOctober 13, 2012Oranjestad, Cartagena, Panama Canal,Colon, Puerto Limon, Ocho Rios,Balcony Stateroom :BA $2064.90Balcony Stateroom : BC $1984.90Mini Suite with Balcony : $2294.90Ce;ebrity Cruise CaribbeanFebruary 2, 20137 nights - Concierge Class $1,295Agent Elliot Stoll 561-736-1704EJuly / August 2012 Page 12

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