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December already! What happened to the year 2014? It’s time for the seasonal activities and parties. So, put this date on your calendars. The Niner’s Christmas party is December 5 in the Navajo Room. Please note the time; 4:00 p.m. social hour and 5:00 p.m. for the dinner. The price for the evening is $15 for Niner members and $17 for guests. Guests are welcome! An auction will be held so bring some extra cash! The sign-up sheet is on our bulletin board in the Pro Shop. Also, all money for playing and for activities should be put into the black box marked Niners which is on the wall in the scoring room.
Membership dues for 2015 are $25. In order to have your name included in the membership book, please have dues paid by December 15.
Our golf course is open and looking great! Let’s keep it looking that way, so fix those divots!
The Niners chose to play scrambles during for the first month of the course being open. At the time of the writing of this article, there were only two weeks of play results to report. The following teams were the winners:
10/28. – Two teams tied for 1st place with a score of 39; Team 1 of Goldie Herberg, Jackie Aagaard, Cathy LaMothe and Phyllis Swanson; Team 2 of Verla Matuschka, Jan Conley, Elaine Hair and Myrna Graves
11/04. – Two teams tied for 1st place with a score of 40; Team 1 of Susan Geis, Phyllis Truesdale, Jan Conley and Cathy LaMothe; Team 2 of Joann Brown, Lorraine Brammer, Vera Moschowsky and Fran Morolla
We are having a good time; so, ladies, come join us on Tuesdays for golfing with a great bunch of gals.