Lots of new members have been coming to the Club for various reasons, some for social, some for the tennis and others for the golf – because Aberdeen is one of the better country clubs that has it all! Our tennis pro once pointed out the importance of the ac-tual “placement” of the tennis ball on the tennis court to be most effective in playing the game. Isn’t it most important for our everyday lives that being a mem-ber of the Club establishes our best personal “placement.” That so-called “placement” as an Aberdeen Club member will be our most effective strategy to experience a taste of the good life.
Once again, the sounds reverberating through-out the Club were voices of those of our members who were planning to leave for their summer homes or planning trips or exchanging telephone numbers with other members taking their summer trips. For those of our members who have either already left or plan to do so shortly, we wish you all a healthy and enjoyable summer. When you return to the Club, changes will have taken place: the weather will per-haps be cooler, the Clubhouse will have had its annual re-polishing and refinishing and the Fitness Tennis and Aquatic Center will be sparkling, along with our always-challenging 18-hole golf course, and our 15-tennis court complex.
In the meantime, June is still busting out all over at the Club as many activities during the sum-mer months will continue. May had a most active month of events including, a Mother’s Day Brunch Extravaganza, a Cinco de Mayo Poolside Party fea-turing the live sounds of “Uptown Express,” 92nd Street Y simulcast live broadcast featuring Leslie Stahl and Tom Brokaw, a Memorial Day Bridge Tournament, another Ladies’ Birthday Celebration for March through May birthdays with dinner and entertainment, for a special evening, followed by the Aberdeen Men’s Birthday Lunch and the Memorial Day “Americana” Dinner Dance with the music of “Uptown Express.”
In addition, the Memorial Day Golf Tournament is planned as well as a Memorial Day Tennis Round Robin. June events follow along including Come to the Cabaret with “Wayne L,” the Father’s Day Jazz Brunch Extravaganza, Thursday Night Socials at the Sunset Lounge and a Golf Special Event “Placeholder.”
During the summer months the Club has made arrangements for Dining Reciprocity for Aberdeen Club members at a number of fine country clubs in Palm Beach County for those members interested in dining elsewhere. In addition the Club has made arrangements for Golf Reciprocity at about 12 other prominent country clubs throughout Palm Beach County during the summer period. The Club permits members to bring one guest during the week during the daytime and one guest during the evening between Monday and Wednesday. For those members who do not have computer access at home, broadcast emails are posted at the Bulletin Board in the Communications Room off the front lobby. The Palm Room, which has a beautiful view of the golf course and to sunsets, has activities in ping pong, billiards, soft tip darts and internet cafe with WiFi connection.
To further inaugurate the summer programs at the Club, the Men’s Summer League in the South County Men’s League for 2016 had their first 2 games, the first being won as the last twosome finished with the winning score for Aberdeen, the second being split as a rainout. The Ladies have started in the South Palm Beach League and with a newly-formed PAR-TEE LADIES LEAGUE, the latter with 7 Palm Beach country clubs participating. Should be an interesting summer of golf.
If you are interested in experiencing an enjoyable life style, come join us at the Club. Information may be obtained from Rose Cizner, Director of Member-ship, by calling 738-4903, ext. 325.