The Club is always initiating a few new and en-gaging activities for its members. Recently COLOR WAR attracted the enthusiastic participation of 400+ members in innumerable events over 3 weeks, end-ing with a super reception and closing ceremony. Coming early next month ABERDEEN ON STAGE will be presenting “The Best of Times!”, a musical Broadway review in the 60s, 70s and 80s, performed with our own talented club members. Last year’s performances were sold out and we expect the same results this year. We look forward to seeing more productions by ABERDEEN ON STAGE in the near future.
Have you heard of Aberdeen’s DANCING WITH THE STARS? You must have! It was the newest fun event at the Club. Three male club members and three female club members, were selected as novices on the dance ﬂoor. They volunteered to take months of dance lessons from professionals and then to dem-onstrate their dancing at the Club event with their professional teacher/partners for the coveted “Mirror Ball Trophy.” We will give you the results in our next issue.
Despite the constant bickering and disagreements on television, in our newspapers and the internet about the national political scene, here at the Club peace reigns this time of year when an election is held for positions on our Board of Directors. This year three candidates were elected, to wit: Richard Haar and Jay Levine were reelected and David Hollander was elected. Congratulations with our best wishes for success!
What else has been happening at the Club lately? Club activities have been as busy as ever. Some of the activities not mentioned previously include the Ladies’ Golf Member/Guest Tournament (one of the most successful), followed by the Men’s Golf Member/Guest Tournament and the conclusion of the Adam & Eve Golf Club Championship. Both of the Member/Guest Tournaments were presented mag-niﬁcently.
Tennis members had the St. Patrick”s Tennis mix-er and Round Robin. The Club held a Table Games Fair to assist members to learn or refresh game skills in various card games. The Lynn U. Conservatory of Music held its annual Concert at Aberdeen again with its ever-talented musicians in another exciting evening of ﬁne music. “Play for Pink” Day with golf, tennis and cards dedicated to Breast Cancer Aware-ness held in February with fantastic participation by our members was the most successful charitable event ever held at the Club!
Late March and April bring the Easter Egg Hunt and an Easter Extravaganza Dinner and the celebration of Passover with a Seder Dinner. Another Show-time Series will be presented with Jimmy Keys entertaining. The Men’s Golf Club Championship and the Women’s Golf Club Championship Tournament swill be started with the Finals to be completed. The Women’s Closing Day and the Men’s Closing Day Tournaments are also scheduled for April. For Tennis players the Battle of the Sexes will be followed by an Exhibition BBQ at the Beach Entry Pool. Clubs and Classes will be continued.
For anyone interested in joining us at the Club, call our Director of Membership, Rose Cizner, at the Club ofﬁce at 738- 4903, ext 325.