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1 H A M M O C K B E A C H LIVING FOR MEMBERS OF HAMMOCK BEACH RESORT November 2018 MEMBERSHIP E V E N T S 1. Thanksgiving Day Buffet 2. Member Holiday Party 3. New Year s Eve After Party in the Ocean Ballroom 4. New Year s Eve Celebration at the Conservatory INSIDE THIS ISSUE: MEN S INVITATIONAL RESULTS HOLIDAY GIFT SHOW & SALE HAMMOCK BEACH CLUB TALENT SHOW FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

2 Dear Club Members: Since the last communication from the Member & Manager s Reception in October, there are a few updates. At the last Member & Manager s reception, I recapped several projects and improvements that have either been completed or are scheduled to be done shortly. I would like to take this opportunity to repeat this list, especially for the members who were not present: New Updates The AC system in the Indoor Pool has been replaced and is operational as well as the AC system at the Conservatory men s grille/locker room area. We are happy to share this update. Yacht Harbor Village HOA also has a big project underway of painting the exterior of the condo building. The Fitness center at the main club was painted last month, along with the Aerobics studio. The Terrace at the Conservatory has ended lunch and bar service in the restaurant due to lack of business. Moving forward, the plan is to provide a monthly themed dining event at this location beginning in The Conservatory Turn will continue to offer breakfast and lunch service on the patio and Men s Grille room. 2

3 Updates previously communicated: The company (Cat 5) hired by the Phase 1 HOA is preparing to begin the roof replacement toward the end of October. This will be one of several projects the HOA will be undertaking that will greatly improve the exterior of the club. Donna Gialone has accepted the position as the Lead Fitness Instructor for Hammock Beach. Please congratulate Donna on her new role. A more detailed description of Donna s credentials and experience is included in this edition of the Hammock Living newsletter. The culinary staff will be launching new Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner menus in November for the Atlantic Grille, which will coincide with new elements being added, such as placemats, different china and glassware to freshen the experience. The new menus are designed to expedite service and staff is being trained on the Forbes standards which together will improve service, wait times and enhance the overall dining experience. The Resort was invited to the Hotel Collection program from American Express for This is an exclusive community of hotels and resorts that meet the criteria and expectations of American Express elite card members, i.e. Gold, Platinum and Centurion. The Resort once again ranked among the top 30 resorts in Florida coming in at #16 on the 2018 Conde Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards. Hammock Beach was previously ranked in 2017 at #28. Thank you for your continued patronage and support of the Club. Warm regards, BRAD HAUER, PGA General Manager 3

4 Congratulations to Donna Gialone in her new position as Lead Fitness Trainer/ Instructor Donna Gialone is a native of Charleston, South Carolina. She received an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Columbia Southern University in 1996 and a graduate degree in Nutrition Education from Kaplan University in Donna joined the U.S. Navy in 1980 where she served in various administrative assignments. In 2008 she was the first African American woman to be promoted to the rank of Chief Warrant Officer-5. She retired from the U.S. Navy in 2010 after 30-years of service and started working as a Group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, Spin Instructor and Nutrition Educator at Hammock Beach Resort. She is a Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor through National Academy of Sports Medicine. She specializes in strength, high intensity interval training, and endurance training programs, wellness coaching, and spinning (indoor cycling). Donna is an avid runner and regularly competes in half-marathons throughout the country. She is also a member of Christ Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL. Donna specializes in positive body image. Her philosophy is love and embrace your body, it s the most amazing thing you will ever own. 4

5 Golf Tip by Kirk Williams Assistant Golf Professional FIGHTING A SLICE? Your best swing thought is to keep your back facing the target longer in the downswing. Make a full turn behind the ball, and then keep that right shoulder passive so your upper body doesn t spin out. With the club dropping to the inside, you can swing out to the ball, which lets your arms release and square the clubface. 5

6 Couples Golf Sunday, November 18 at 2pm 9 holes Ocean Course This fun Golf Member Couples event features a 9 hole Scramble with beer, wine and hors d oervres after play. Couples may select other couples to be paired with or the Golf Shop will pair you. Entry Fee: Per Couple $30 - plus service charge & tax = $38.52 Per person $15 plus service charge & tax = $19.26 Cart Fee, if applicable. Click here to register by 5pm November 16. Cancellations must be made on-line by 5pm November 16 to avoid a full charge. 6

7 Hole in Ones! Congratulations to Valerie Marshall on her Hole-in-One! Here are the details: Valerie Marshall 10/22/2018 Ocean Course - Hole #4 75 yards 9 iron Congratulations to Tom Evans on his Hole-in-One! Here are the details: Tom Evans 10/11/2018 Conservatory - Hole #3 160 yards 4 iron Congratulations to Sue Sedlak on her Hole-In-One! Here are the details: Sue Sedlak 09/07/2018 Conservatory - Hole #8 98 yards 8 iron Congratulations to Mike Lindsay on his Hole-in-One! Here are the details: Mike Lindsay 09/29/2018 Conservatory - Hole #8 119 yards Pitching Wedge 7

8 2018 Men s Invitational Fifty-five teams kicked off a very successful 2018 Men s Invitational. The Results Congratulations to the 2018 Champions Steve Carruthers & Tom Connelly!! Congratulations to the following flight winners: Pine Valley Flight Bill Hoffman & Marc Fried Pebble Beach Flight Glen Moller & Anthony Lupo Oakmont Flight Tom Salcito & Michael Salcito Baltusrol Flight Joe Roth & Frank Garcia 8

9 Cypress Point Flight Barry Sherman & Scott Guasta Merion Flight Michael Paul & Gary Paul Shinnecock Hills Fligh Tom Pieters & Michael Jancosek Medinah Flight Jim Ferreira & James Cannon Augusta National Flight Steve Posford & John Wallis Winged Foot Flight Steve McCune & Kevin Connelly 9

10 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer On October 10 th, the HBLGA (Hammock Beach Ladies Golf Association) organized its 4 th Annual Play for Pink fundraiser on behalf of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, a local organization affiliated with the American Cancer Society. Once, again this benefit was dedicated to those who have lost the fight and to those still fighting. Last year the HBLGA broke all records raising over $41,000. We anticipate breaking this record. We could not have done this without the generous donations of numerous local businesses that gave in so many ways. Generous donations at the Auction were also provided by many members. Also, the Club and many of its employees donated private lessons, spa treatments, and Private Chef dinners. While some gave another special gift - their time, assisting us with the many challenges that accompany an event like this. One other very important supporter was our Hammock Beach Family, 150 ladies and their guests attended the luncheon in support of this great cause. We could not have done this without them. The HBLGA has again been joined by the MGA in support of this great cause. This year the MGA s Play for Pink event, spearheaded by Rob Effner far exceeded our expectations. The success of this event has grown every year, we cannot thank the men of the MGA enough for their generosity and support. The HBLGA s golf event was highlighted by a Red Mustang donated by Palm Coast Ford for a Hole in One on the 8 th Hole, unfortunately no-one won it, but it was fun trying. The ladies had a great turnout, carts were decorated, and players dressed up in creative outfits, there was Pink everywhere! The final figure raised will be announced at the next Member Manager. 10

11 Tennis Stroke of the Month 3 rd Wednesday of the Month at 10am Come to the Tennis Center and increase your Tennis skills by learning a new stroke! For a Better Net Game, Master the Continental Grip by Gene Paul Lascano, Director of Tennis One of the most difficult techniques to master in tennis is the use of the continental grip. Mostly associated with serve, the continental grip is also used with volleys, overheads and in some cases, even the bottom hand for players that use a 2-handed backhand. When players volley in particular, they are more accustomed to using their forehand groundstroke grip as they find it more comfortable. One of the biggest issues with doing so however is that the strings of the racquet will face directly forward (photo 1) and most volleys will be hit downward rather than out into the opposing court. Even if a player has managed to put their shot into play, the result is usually a very short volley which can be attacked. Another drawback of not using a continental grip on the volley is that it can make dealing with lower balls a challenge. A primary advantage of using the continental grip is that it can be used for both forehand and backhand volleys. Often times, players that use a forehand groundstroke grip on their volleys have to constantly adjust their grip when switching between forehand and backhand volleys. During a rapid exchange, they simply don t have the time to make the quick changes in grip. To find the proper grip for volleys, you want to familiarize yourself with the bevels or edges of the racquet handle. For a right-handed player, placing your index knuckle around the top-right bevel of your handle will get you into the continental grip (photo 2). By default, the continental grip will force players to lead with the bottom edge of the racquet (photo 3) while volleying which will send the ball much deeper in the court. Players can also generate backspin on their volleys due to the nature of the open racquet face which will help keep balls low on their opponents. The switch to the continental grip may not feel stable at first, but if you re looking to develop your net game, it s important to take the time to become familiar with it. Happy hitting! 11

12 Your Special Event Looking for that special setting for a wedding or social event, or a Holiday Party? Our oceanfront resort offers a variety of spectacular outdoor venue options. Contact or via at to book your event and take advantage of your special Member incentives. 12

13 Cooking with the Chef Tuesday, November 6 Menus will be ed to registered Members a few days prior to each demonstration please note, no substitutions will be permitted. If the menu is not to your liking, please cancel so we may accommodate other Members. This event is now open to Members and Guests of Members. As a courtesy to other Members, please keep socialization during the demonstration to a minimum. Cost: Member: $27 plus service charge & tax = $34.67 Guest: $37 plus service charge & tax = $47.51 Click here to RSVP three days prior to the event. Cancellations must be made on-line by 5pm three days prior to avoid a full charge. 13

14 November Recipe by Chef Kevin Luque, Executive Chef Turducken Main Ingredients 1 cup kosher salt 1 cup brown sugar 1 gallon water 18- to 21-pound turkey, skin intact and boned except for drumsticks Turkey Seasoning, recipe follows Cornbread Stuffing, recipe follows 3- to 4-pound duck, boned 3- to 4-pound chicken, boned Paprika Turkey Seasoning 1/2 cup salt 1/4 cup black pepper 1/4 cup garlic powder 1/8 cup poultry seasoning 1/8 cup dries sage Cornbread: 1 cup self rising cornmeal 1/2 cup self-rising flour 3/4 cup buttermilk 2 eggs 2 tablespoons vegetable oil Cornbread Stuffing: 7 slices white bread, dried in warm oven Cornbread 1 sleeve saltine crackers 2 cups chopped celery 1 large onion, chopped 8 tablespoons butter 5 cups chicken stock 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1 teaspoon dried sage 1 tablespoon poultry seasoning 14

15 Directions To make the brine: Mix salt and sugar with the water. Brine is ready when the mixture is completely dissolved. If the water is heated to quicken the process, make sure it is cooled to room temperature before placing meat in. Let the 3 birds sit in brine in the refrigerator overnight. 1. Preheat roaster to 500 degrees F. 2. Lay turkey skin side down on a flat surface. Dust turkey with House Seasoning and add 1/4-inch layer of cornbread dressing. Lay duck skin side down on top of dressing. Dust duck with House Seasoning and add 1/4-inch layer of dressing. Repeat with the chicken. 3. Begin trussing up the turkey at the neck. Insert metal skewer about 1/2-inch from the edge and up through the other side. Run butcher s twine between skin and skewer and tighten to draw both sides together. Continue down to legs. With every other skewer, draw together the duck and chicken skin. Tie together turkey legs to resemble standard turkey. Dust turkey skin with paprika. 4. Roast turducken for 15 minutes. Then turn the roaster down to 225 degrees F to finish, approximately 3 hours. Remove turducken from roaster once the internal temperature in the chicken reaches 155 degrees F. Let rest for at least 20 minutes before carving. 5. Cut across the middle of the breast completely through. Plate thin slices containing turkey, duck and chicken. Turkey Seasoning: 1. Mix ingredients together and store in an airtight container for up to 6 months. Stuffing: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. 2. To make the cornbread, combine all ingredients and pour into a greased shallow baking dish. Bake for approximately 20 to 25 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool. 3. To make the dressing, crumble dried white bread slices, cornbread and crackers. Mix together and set aside. Saute chopped celery and onion in butter until transparent, approximately 5 to 10 minutes. Pour over corn bread mixture. Add stock, mix well and add salt, pepper, sage, and poultry seasoning. Follow instructions above to stuff birds. 15

16 Trivia Night Wednesday, November 7 Loggerheads 7pm-9pm We are trying a new trivia group called Trivia Nation Check them out and give us your feedback! Challenge your general knowledge skills in this fun event, or just come and watch the competition! Teams of 4 are NOT required by this group. This event is complimentary to Members. Click here to register for Trivia in November by 5pm on November 6. 16

17 Holiday Gift Show & Sale Saturday, November 17, noon-4pm Atlantic Ballroom Hammock Beach Resort Open to the Public An opportunity for talented Club Members and local artists to showcase and sell their art and craft work and provide unique gifts for the holiday season! Holiday Gift Item Offerings: Handcrafted Unique Jewelry Crystal & Stone Jewelry Candles, Christmas ornaments and accessories Make Up and Skin Care Products by SeneGence Soaps, lotions and bath bombs by Purely Soap Paintings Oils, Acrylics, Watercolors & Mixed Media Quilts Shell Artwork Purses and Hand Painted Totes Paper Mosaics on Canvas Florida s Favorite Honeys by Bee Friends Farms Mary Kay Cosmetics Health & Wellness Products Exfoliants and Salts Please bring cash, checks and credit cards to purchase items. Purchases may not be charged to your Club account. 200 Ocean Crest Drive Palm Coast, Fl

18 9 th Annual Turkey Trot Thursday, November 22 Build up an appetite for your Thanksgiving meal by joining us for our Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk Stretching begins at 8am, Atlantic Ballroom Complimentary event No RSVP needed. 18

19 Thanksgiving To-Go Thursday, November 22 Pick up Location: Atlantic Ballroom This Thanksgiving, leave the cooking to us! Order your full Thanksgiving dinner to go by November 21, and pick it up hot and ready to eat on Thanksgiving Day. $130 plus tax =$ feeds a family of 4 Add a guest for $23 plus tax = $24.61 per additional guest Last TOGO Order will be taken on November 21 by 5pm Disposable Plates, Napkins and Utensils available upon request Pick up times are from 12pm until 4pm every hour Thanksgiving To Go will be ready 15 minutes before scheduled pick up and held for 30 minutes after scheduled pick up time. Payment is due at time of order and failure to pick up will result in forfeiture of payment. Reserve your dinner by contacting Melissa Santiago at or 19

20 Thanksgiving Day Buffet Thursday, November 22 Ocean Ballroom Seating from 12noon-5pm Soup & Salad Station Freshly Snipped Greens, Micro Greens Assorted Dressings, Shredded Cheeses, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Red Onions, Candied Pecans, Croutons, Applewood Smoked Bacon, Almonds, Cranberries, Fresh Barriers, Dried Blueberries. Maine Lobster Bisque, Crème Fresh, Cayenne Oil, Pumpkin Soup Roasted Pumpkin Seed, Cilantro Oil Brussels Sprout, Mango Slaw Couscous Salad, Roasted Squash, Yellow Raisin, Roasted Almond, Heirloom Tomato, Fresh Mozzarella, Basil, Balsamic Dressing Honey Roasted Chicken Salad Sweet Corn & Bacon Salad Baby Beet Salad, Feta Cheese Cheese Boards Domestic & Imported Cheese, Artisan Breads, Crostini & Crackers, Roasted Apple, Tomato, Parmigiana-Reggiano Bruschetta, Fresh from the Sea White Wine Poach Shrimp, *Oyster on the Half Shell Spicy Cocktail Sauce & Lemons, Smoked Seafood Display Chef Attended Stations *Pork Steamship Chimichurri, Roasted Garlic Mashed Yukon Potatoes Orange Marinated Turkey Pan Gravy, Sage Cornbread Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce Assorted Rolls Entrees Braised Rib of Beef, Rosemary Horseradish Demi Roasted Seabass, Champagne Lemon Cream Sauce Bacon Studded Baby Bok Choy Sweet Potato Casserole, Green Bean Amandine Children s Entrees Meat Loaf Marinara, Chicken Fingers Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered Succotash Composed Entrees Herb Mini Filet, Parmesan Risotto, Mushroom Jus, Pan Seared Cobia, Heirloom Tomato, Butternut Squash Puree Sweets Bread Pudding, Crème Anglaise Apple Crisp, Cinnamon Sugar Banana Foster Station, Vanilla Ice Cream White and Dark Chocolate Fondue Pound Cake, Rice Treats, Pretzel Rods, Marshmallow, Candies, Assorted Toppings, Fresh Fruit Extravaganza, Honey Yogurt Dipping Sauce, Pecan Pie, Apple Pie, Sweet Potato Pie, Pumpkin Cheesecake Strawberry Shortcake, Chocolate Cake, Red Velvet House-made Cupcakes, Cookies & Brownies White Chocolate Mousse Cups, Fruit Tarts, Dessert Bars, Petit Fours, Chocolate & Banana Pudding, Jell-O Adults: $55 plus service charge & tax = $70.62 Children ages 4-12: $25 plus service charge & tax = $32.10 Members receive 20% discount. Reservations Required To make reservations please contact Melissa Santiago at or 20

21 Festival of Lights Wednesday, November 28, am-5pm All Day Breezes Boutique Holiday Sale Select your holiday gifts, then draw a lucky ticket to receive a surprise discount of up to 35% PLUS your Member Discount of 15%, for a total possible discount of 50%! Applies to all merchandise sales on November 28 only. 6pm-7pm Member s Fireside Tree in the Lobby Members are asked to take, in advance, a paper ornament from the Member s fireside tree in the Lobby with the name and wish list of a needy Flagler County child and bring a new, wrapped gift for that child. Please tape the paper ornament with the child s name to the gift and place under the tree by December 14. Our fireside tree once again supports the Christmas Come True charity, aiding Flagler County families in need. Your generosity is appreciated. 7pm-7:30pm Lighting of the Club followed by Caroling by our local Flagler Palm Coast High School choir in the Courtyard Count down the moments until a single switch ignites over 500,000 sparkling white lights, lighting up the Club and surrounding grounds. Enjoy Christmas carols sung by our local high school. 7:30pm-8:30pm Refreshments in the Breezeway & Grand Event Lawn Complimentary Chili, clam chowder and desserts along with delicious cider, eggnog and hot cocoa will be served No RSVP necessary for this event 21

22 Member Holiday Party Saturday, December 1 Ocean Ballroom Cocktail Hour 6-7pm Dinner & Dancing to the Hot Property Band (5-piece band) 7-10pm Hot Property s exceptional vocalist and musicians have crisscrossed the country for over a decade, performing for conventions, corporate functions, and all types of social and special events. Their featured singer is legendary for engaging everyone to get up on the dance floor, and they will have you wanting more. 1 st Course Mixed Green Salad Artisan Lettuce, Fresh Mozzarella, Heirloom Tomatoes, Cucumber, Roasted Almond, Raspberry Vinaigrette 2 nd Course Grilled Filet Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Carrot, Asparagus, Wild Mushroom Ragout Grilled Pork Chop Cornbread Stuffing with Herbs, Vegetable Medley Blackened Grouper Oven Roasted Blacken Grouper, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Medley Vegetable 3 rd course Eggnog Cake Member: $43 + service charge & tax = $55 Guest: $53 + service charge & tax = $68 Click here to RSVP online with your entree selection by 5pm November 24. Cancellations must be made by 5pm November 24 to avoid a full charge. 22

23 New Year s Eve Celebration at the Conservatory 8:30pm-12:30am Entertainment by CJ the DJ 1 st Course: Hammock Salad Farm Fresh Greens, Goat Cheese, Poached Pears, Sunflower Seeds, Dried Cranberries, Champagne Vinaigrette 2 nd Course: Beef Tenderloin & Shrimp Scampi Herb Seared Tenderloin, Jumbo Shrimp Scampi, & Chive Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes, Sautéed Asparagus, Baby Carrots, Red Wine Reduction 3 rd Course: Chocolate Raspberry Bomb, Peanut Butter Powder Complimentary Champagne Toast at Midnight Member: $47 + Service Charge & Tax = $60 Guest of Member: $57 + Service Charge & Tax = $73 Click Here to Rsvp online by Monday, December 24. Cancellations must be made online by 5pm, December 24 to avoid a full charge. 23

24 New Year s Eve After Party Reception & Breakfast Reception & Breakfast 8:30pm-1am Entertainment by The Stereo FM Band (6 piece band) The hottest new band to hit the streets of Central Florida, Stereo FM is a youthful music act featuring four of the areas brightest rising musicians. These young people are beyond their years and come from extensive music backgrounds as well as a few impressive past credentials including National/Worldwide tours working with some of the biggest named producers and artists in and out of the studio/music industry. Mixing old with the new, Stereo FM has a sound anyone and everyone can get in to! With set lists containing hit songs from chart toppers from the past to the current Top 40 hits, these guys are a sure fire crowd pleaser for groups of all ages 9pm-10:30pm Action Stations: This format is back by popular demand lower pricing, a great band, delicious action stations and carving station, a midnight champagne toast and a fabulous breakfast buffet. The Hammock Beach way to ring in the New Year! 8:30pm-9pm Cocktails (Member Preferred Pricing) 9pm-1am Dancing to the sounds of the Stereo FM Band CARVING Herb roasted Turkey, with gravy and Soft Rolls PASTA STATION Penne, Bowtie, Tortellini Pasta with Marinara, Alfredo or Pesto & Sauce TOPPINGS Grilled Chicken, Shrimp, Italian Sausage, Peppers, Onions, Olives, Garlic, Tomatoes, Mushrooms FARMERS MARKET SALAD Fresh Cut Hydro, Baby Micro Seasonal Greens, Cheeses, Pumpernickel Bread Crumbs, Preserved Vegetables, Fresh Vegetables, Balsamic Dressing, Green Goddess Dressing, Infused Oils, Aged Vinegars CHEF S DESSERT Pumpkin Pie, Pecan Pie, Strawberry Cheese, Chocolate Mousse Cake Midnight Complimentary Champagne Toast 12:15 AM Breakfast Buffet with Bottomless Bloody Mary s and Mimosas Seasonal Slices Fruits, Berries, Assorted Bagels, Cream Cheese. Muffins, Danishes, Sweet Breads, Sweet Butter, Jams, Fruit Preserves, Assorted Yogurts, Granola, Honey, Scrambled Eggs, Chives, Roasted Red Peppers, Caramelized Onions, Fine Herbs, Applewood Smoked Bacon, Country Breakfast Sausages Member: $45 + service charge & tax = $58 Guest of Member: $55 + service charge & tax = $71 Click here to RSVP online by Monday, December 24. Cancellations must be made online by 5pm, December 24 to avoid a full charge. 24

25 Foods to Avoid By Donna M Gialone, Lead Fitness Trainer/Instructor I m a true advocate for clean eating and believe that it is incumbent upon us to be vigilant when choosing what we eat. Take a look at the ingredient list of your high-fiber cereal or snack bar. I can guarantee that you ll probably see an ingredient called cellulose. Cellulose is a code word for wood pulp. It s used by food manufacturer s to increase the volume of their products and add fiber, so it looks like you re getting more bang for the buck when in reality you re left with a mouthful of wood pulp. White Rice Skip the refined grains and go for whole grains. Refined grains put you at a 17% higher risk of diabetes if you consume five or more servings of white rice per week. Gourmet Frozen Vegetables For some an 8-ounce packet of peas in an herbed butter sauce sounds good, but why buy that when you can make your own? Just cook the peas, use a little olive oil and sprinkle on some herbs that you already have on hand. Energy or Protein Bars These calorie-laden bars are usually displayed at the checkout counter because they depend on impulse buyers who grab them, thinking they are more wholesome than a candy bar. Don t be fooled, they have a higher fat and sugar content than a regular candy bar. If you need a boost, grab a piece of fruit, yogurt, or a small handful of nuts. Powered Iced Tea Mixes Powdered and gourmet iced teas are really a rip-off! It s much cheaper to make your own iced tea from real tea bags. Most mixes and prepared drinks are loaded with high fructose corn syrup and other sugars. Bottled Water Bottled water is a bad investment for so many reasons. It s expensive compared to what s coming out of the tap, its cost to the environment is high (it takes a lot of fossil fuel to produce and ship all those bottles), and it s not even better for your health. Smoked and Cured Meat Pass on all cured meats in any form these deli favorites have been linked to cancer, high blood pressure, and migraines. Blueberries Be skeptical when buying cereals, muffins, granola bars, and sauces that contain blueberries. Most blueberry-flavored items on grocery store shelves do not have a single berry, just artificial blueberry flavor. Buy your own berries and add them to your cereal for a real health boost. Multi-Grain Bread This is junk food masquerading in a healthy disguise. Check the ingredient list to make sure whole wheat is the first, and main, ingredient otherwise, you re just getting a few grains mixed into regular white bread. 25

26 Multi-Purpose Use of the Spinning Studio We have heard your concerns and are pleased to announce we have found a solution to assist with some of our fitness class demand. Beginning in November, we will be utilizing the front room of the Member Lounge at the Lodge to store the spinning bikes. This will provide alternate space in the Spinning Studio to expand the Yoga, Pilates and other class offerings and alleviate some of the compaction we experience during the upcoming Winter months. Staff will roll the bikes back and forth from the Member Lounge to the Spinning Studio to facilitate Spin Classes, when necessary. When this process begins, please enter through the bag drop/circle entry to access the Member Lounge. The card rooms, library will still be available and the computer will be moved to the room adjacent to the library. We will continue to monitor our Fitness Classes and make any adjustments as needed. 26

27 Kids Crew November Smores and Stargazing 7:30pm-9:30pm Every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday night enjoy complimentary fire pits, and fun games such as cornhole & trashcan frisbee on the Grand Event Lawn. S mores kits are available for purchase $20 for a pack of 8 s mores. Hammock Beach Game Day Saturday s 11am-1pm Do you like to play sports. Come check us out on Saturdays for all of your favorites. Soccer, Football, Softee Lawn Hockey and Wiffleball to name a few Dive in Movie 7pm-10pm 11-2, 11-9, Join us in our indoor pool for this family favorite. Float on an innertube while watching one of your favorite movies. Enjoy popcorn, snow cones and candy. Recreation Holiday Offerings 2018 Drive in Movie 6pm-8pm November 23 (Friday) Champions Event Lawn Come enjoy a great night on the Champions Event Lawn beside a fire watching a good movie. Showing Home Alone rated PG. Movie is complimentary. Bring your blankets or purchase your very own Hammock Beach picnic blanket and snuggle up with your loved ones. Picnic blankets for sale for a low price of $15 Popcorn and candy are also available. Annual Fall Festival 11am-3pm November 24 (Saturday) Champions Event Lawn We look forward to the family joining our 2018 Fall Festival! Come enjoy a day of fun with a visit from the Critter Caravan petting zoo and then take a pony ride (weight restrictions for pony rides). Bounce in the Bounce house, play Human Hungry Hippos, Basketball Toss, Batting Game, Football Throw, or Hot Potato. Be on the lookout for some new and exciting additions to this favorite Hammock Beach tradition. Plus, as always, put your creativity to the test with our crafts station. $20 for Children. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Starry Night 7:30pm-9:30pm November 24 (Saturday) Ballroom Enjoy this unique experience from a travelling planetarium from MOAS. This event is designed for the entire family and who would have thought you would be learning about the stars and planets while visiting Hammock Beach. Story Time with the Elf Festival of Lights 7:30pm-8:30pm Grand Event Lawn Firepits November 28 (Wednesday) Join us on the lawn for a fun Holiday story told by one of our Hammock Beach Elves. This event is complimentary for our members and guests. Hammock Beach Game Day 11am-1pm November 25 (Sunday) Champions Event Lawn Now that Turkey day is over, it is time to get out and work off that meal. Come join the Kids Crew Staff for an afternoon of soccer may the best team win. Bring your families or come by yourself we will be glad to introduce you to some new friends. This event is complimentary to all of our guests and members. 27

28 BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND. HAMMOCK BEACH CLUB TALENT SHOW Saturday, November pm Ocean Ballroom (during the Member Mixer) Don t miss the fun. Come out and watch our talented members perform. Our last talent show was a great success and we expect this one to be the best ever. There will be singing, humor and good times for all. 28

29 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat NOVEMBER 2018 CALENDAR 1 Tennis Member Guest Day Couples Invitational 2 Couples Invitational Bill Doyle Jazz Trio Lobby, 7pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, DJ Phil 3 Couples Invitational Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, Cloud 9 Band Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Cooking with the Chef 6:15pm 7 Trivia Night 7pm Loggerheads 8 9 Loggerheads Live Entertainment,9pm, DJ Tony 10 Ladies Retreat Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, The Sunjammer Band 11 Ladies Retreat 12 Member & Manager s Reception 5:30-7pm 13 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment,9pm, Jimi Graves & Co. 17 Holiday Gift Show & Sale 12-4pm Member Mixer 6pm Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, The Supernatural Band 18 Couples Golf Ocean 9 Holes 2pm Shotgun Tennis Stroke of the Month Membership Office Closing at 12noon 22 Thanksgiving Buffet Turkey Trot Membership Office Closed 23 Loggerheads Live Entertainment,9pm, CJ The DJ 24 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, The Sidewalk 65 Band Afternoon Tea 2-4pm 28 Festival of Lights Loggerheads Live Entertainment,9pm, DJ Tony 29

30 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat DECEMBER 2018 CALENDAR 1 Member Holiday Party 6pm Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, R.A.N. Band Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Cooking with the Chef 6:15pm 5 Member & Manager s Reception 5:30-7pm 6 7 Bill Doyle Jazz Trio Lobby, 7pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, Jimi Graves Duo 8 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, The Sunjammers Band Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, Cloud 9 Band 15 Holiday Mixer, 6pm Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, CJ The DJ 16 Couples Golf Ocean 9 Holes 2pm Shotgun Afternoon Tea 2-4pm 19 Tennis Stroke of the Month Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, DJ Tony 22 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, The Brk Evn Band Membership Office Closes at 12noon Christmas Eve Service 5pm 25 Membership Office Closed Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, CJ The DJ 29 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Live Entertainment, 9pm, The Paper City Hustlers Band New Year s Eve After Party 8:30pm Ocean Ballroom New Year s Eve at The Conservatory 8:30pm 30

31 CONTACTS General Manager Brad Hauer GOLF Jeff Hager MEMBERSHIP Marianne Murphy RENTAL ACTIVITY STATEMENTS Barbara Barbagallo ATLANTIC GRILLE Joi Upchurch BREEZES BOUTIQUE BELL, VALET & TRANSPORTATION Bell Stand CATERING & CONFERENCE SERVICES CONCIERGE DESK DELFINOS Stuart Grubbs FITNESS CENTER FOOD & BEVERAGE Jason Neff THE CONSERVATORY GOLF TEE TIMES Homeowners Association Management Southern States Mgmt. Group Conservatory Carsten Georg Aegis Community Mgmt. - Ocean Tower, Villas, Yacht Harbor POA & One Bedroom Condo Nathan Wade May Management - Ocean Hammock POA, Yacht Harbor Condos & Phase I Cindie Grant ext. 222 Cinnamon Beach & HBC Condos Annie Marks HOUSEKEEPING KIDS CREW Marianne Nicholson Nathalie Webster Lisa Bryl Member Services MEMBER Club STATEMENTS Denise Pemberton beach.com POOLS COMPLEX & BEACH SERVICES Karlos Matta PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Nancy Burnett Ganene Barnard ROOM RESERVATIONS SECURITY Security Office THE SPA Kadie Withrow TENNIS & COURT TIMES Gene Paul Lascano YACHT HARBOR VILLAGE/MARINA Neil Kaczmarek YH ENTRANCE MAIN Club ENTRANCE

32 THE CONSERVATORY (hours of operations subject to change) Pro Shop: Daily 7am-5pm I Beverage Carts: Daily 9am-5pm Turn Café: Daily 7:30am-3:30pm Fitness Room: Daily 6am-6pm I Pool: Daily 8am-5pm HOURS OF OPERATION THE OCEAN COURSE (Hours of Operation are subject to change) Pro Shop: Daily 7am-5pm I Beverage Carts: Daily: 9am-5pm Hammock House: Daily: 7am-6pm ATLANTIC GRILLE Breakfast: 7-11am Lunch: 11am-5pm Dinner: 5pm-10pm Tapas: 5pm-10pm BREEZES BOUTIQUE Mon-Sat: 9am-6pm Sunday: 8am-5pm CIGAR BAR Seasonal Hours Subject to change COFFEE BAR Daily: 7am-12pm LOBBY BAR Sun-Thurs: 12pm-10pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-12am CONCIERGE DESK Open 24 hours per day DELFINOS Dinner: 5pm-10pm Seasonal Hours Subject to change FITNESS CENTER & LOCKER ROOMS Mon-Fri: 6am-8pm Saturday: 6am-7pm Sunday: 6am-5pm INDOOR POOL Daily: 6am-11pm LOGGERHEADS Evenings Only. Live Entertainment MEMBERSHIP OFFICE Mon-Sat: 9am-5pm OCEAN BAR & CAFÉ Daily: 11am-5pm Bar: Sat-Sun: 11am-6pm Weather permitting POOL PAVILION Daily: 8am-Dusk PUTTING GREEN Daily: 10am-6pm ROOM SERVICE Breakfast: 7-11am Daily Dining: 11am-10pm THE SPA Mon-Sat: 8am-6pm Sundays & Holidays: 8am-5pm SUSHI BAR Seasonal Hours No Take-out Available Subject to change TENNIS CENTER Courts: 8am-10pm daily TENNIS PRO SHOP Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm Sat-Sun: 8am-2pm 32

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