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Archive: Sites & Meetings 2001

Sties & Meeting 2001
Education Chairperson - Robert M.Wyatt

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DATE CLUB HOST EVENT
January 16, 2001
Tuesday
Franklin Country Club, Franklin, Mass. Greg Cincotta

Education: "Legislative Report"

January 28 - February 1, 2001 San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina San Diego Chapter CMAA CMAA 74th Annual World Conference and 24th Annual Exposition
February 15, 2001
Thursday
The Country Club, Brookline, Mass. David Chag, CCM Education: "Invest in Change Before It Happens" Revision of the Massachusetts Food Establishment Regulation in Process with Speaker, Pamela Ross-Kung, M.S., R.S.
March 1, 2001
Thursday
The Westin Copley Place, Boston, Mass. Massachusetts Golf Assocation (MGA) MGA Spring Conference
The MGA annually conducts its Spring Conference featuring nationally recognized speakers (including Gordon Welch, CCM, CHE, Senior Vice President of CMAA) on a variety of golf topics. The Conference is generally attended by member club officers, directors, committee chairs, members and staff. Reservations may be made through MGA's Nick Burchard, Director of Member Services at 781-449-3000.
March 19, 2001
Monday
New York Yacht Club, Harbour Court, Newport, RI Patricia Fleming Education and Tasting: "The Great Wines Grapes" with speaker Randy Sheehan, Area Manager/Wine Educator for Remy Amerique, Inc. and Co-founder and Editor of the The Quarterly Review of Wines.
March 27, 2001
Tuesday
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, Mass. Kevin Prechtl or Andrea Kazanjian University of Massachusetts at Amherst Career Day 2001
Take advantage of this great annual event to recruit summer seasonals, interns, entry level staff and mid-level management staff for your club. This is the largest university hospitality Career Day in New England. Over 80 companies will be present and over 500 students will be in attendance. A number of clubs have already signed up. Please contact our Career Day office to reserve a space or share a space with other clubs from your area. For more details, check our WEB site or call our Career Day Office, (413) 545-3438, and ask to speak with Kevin Prechtl, Chairperson or Andrea Kazanjian, Marketing and Student Representative. You can also contact them by EMAIL at hrtacareerday@yahoo.com
Click to visit the UMass at Amherst Career Day Website
April 9-10 2001
Monday-Tuesday
The International, Bolton, Mass. Brian Lynch Education: ANNUAL SPRING TWO-DAY CMI WORKSHOP (12 CMI Workshop Credits) Featuring Nationally Renowned Speakers:
ROBERT P. SEXTON, CCM, CHE, of Managing Expectations presents "Managing Up: Board and Committee Relations for Manager and Department Heads"
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GARY A. HAMILTON, J.D., Professor, Collins School of Hospitality Management, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona presents "Power Politics in Clubs - Part I and II: A General Manager’s Survival Guide"  and "Crisis Management: Successfully Managing the Unexpected"
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STUDENT EDUCATION SESSION
"Present a Better Image - from Hairstyle to Body Language" with GINGER BURR, and
NECMA David Meader Fund Scholarship Awards Dinner
Click for more details and reserve now online.
April 12, 2001
Thursday
Holiday Inn, Boxborough MA (Exit 28, Rte 110 off I-495) NEPGA
(508)869-0000
New England Professional Golf Association (NEPGA) 2001 Spring Merchandise Show – 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Click to visit the NEPGA Website
May 4, 2001
Friday
The Country Club, Brookline, MA Massachusetts Golf Association (MGA) MGA Spring Course Conditions Summit Meeting
The Massachusetts Golf Association in cooperation with the USGA Green Section and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of New England will be conducting a summit conference to discuss the far reaching effects of the ice damage and winter kill sustained by many member clubs from this past winter season...
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May 7, 2001
Monday
6:00 p.m.
Lanam Club, Andover, Mass. Gerry O'Callaghan Special Meeting of the New England Chapter
The purpose of this "special meeting" will be to vote on the proposed New England Chapter Bylaw amendments.
NECMA Members: click to review the proposed Chapter Bylaw amendments (NECMA Members only, ClubNet® username and password required) NECMA Members: Click Here to Register on ClubNet®
Click for meeting details
May 7, 2001
Monday
Lanam Club, Andover, Mass. Gerry O'Callaghan Education: "Mini Food Trade Show"
In conjunction with the Department of Food and Agriculture, the Lanam Club will host a "Mini Trade Show" featuring New England farm and specially food products. Over fifteen exhibitors will be present to display their products.
Education: Featured Guest Speakers: Jonathan Healy, Commissioner, Department of Food and Agriculture and William Fehr, Great Bay Aquafarms.
May 21, 2001
Monday
Nashawtuc Country Club, Concord, Mass. Dee Curran, CCM Annual President/Manager/Pro/Superintendent Outing
Special Guests: James B. Singerling, CCM, CEC, Executive Vice President /Chief Executive Officer of Club Managers Association of America (CMAA); Bob Ruszala, President, Golf Course Superintendents Association of New England (GCSA); Eddie Carbone, Executive Director, New England Professional Golf Association (NEPGA); and Thomas E. Landry, Executive Director, Massachusetts Golf Association (MGA).

 
June 25 2001, Monday Tatnuck Country Club, Worcester, Mass. Bob Wyatt Education: "Top Ten List of Concerns for Pool Managers - Safety to Maintenance" with speaker, Stephen R. White, President of Underwater Pool Masters, Inc.
 
July 9, 2001
Monday
Vesper Country Club, Tyngsboro, Mass. Mike Donahue  Education: "What Managers Do That Drive Superintendents Crazy" - A Panel Discussion with Greens Superintendents
 
August 12, 2001
Sunday
Bonnet Shores Beach Club, Saunderstown, RI Eric Jenssen Annual Summer Social - Beach Day and Casual Cookout Dinner
 
August 13, 2001
Monday
Metacomet Country Club, E Providence, RI Barbara Iannucci Annual Summer Social - Golf Day and Traditional New England Clambake
 
September 15-18, 2001
Saturday-Tuesday
Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City, VA CMAA CMAA Leadership/Legislative Conference
 
CANCELED
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September 20, 2001
Thursday
Charles River Country Club, 483 Dedham Street, Newton, MA New England Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals (HFTP)
Ginny Clarizia
The New England Hospitality & Technology Professionals (HFTP) cordially invites the NECMA Members to a National Club Association presentation on "Hot Club Topics and Trends in Clubs."
- Registration at 4:30 PM 
- Presentation from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Cocktails at 7:00 p.m. 
- Dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Cost $45.00
Bring an interested Club Officer.
For more information and reservations, please contact Ginny Clarizia at Tedesco Country Club, email GClarizia@Tedescocc.org or phone 781-631-2800 x229.
September 24, 2001
Monday
Misquamicut Club, Watch Hill, RI Phil Koretski Education: Risk Management Insurance
October 1, 2001
Monday
Manchester Country Club, Bedford, NH Scott Hobden, CCM Annual Purveyors Golf Outing 2001
A David Meador Education Fund Event

Special Thanks to Our Key Sponsors:

October 21, 2001
Sunday
Metropolis Country Club, White Plains, NY  Mitch Marron, New York State Chapter CMAA A Night with The Godfather - Featuring Niebaum Coppola Wines and a Menu inspired by Francis Ford Coppola’s 1974 Classic Film.
 
October 22, 2001
Monday
Chilton Club, Boston, Mass. Bob Wood, CCM Annual Chapter Meeting and Elections 2001
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Click for Election Results
October 31, 2001
Wednesday
10:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m.
Woodland Golf Club, Auburndale, MA

“How to Prepare for Golf Course Medical Emergencies”
Sponsored by GolfSafe, Inc. and the New England Section of the PGA of America
  • Understanding Medical Emergencies, Dr. David Barash, Medical Advisor, GolfSafe, Inc.
  • Performing a Safety Audit of Your Facility, Jonathan Epstein, Vice President, GolfSafe, Inc.
  • Planning your Medical Response, Patrick Rosell, President, GolfSafe Inc.
  • Defibrillators and Staff Training, Jonathan Epstein
  • Legal Issues and Rick Management, Dr. David Barash
  • Panel Discussion - Inactive discussion with speakers

PGA Members receive 4 C.E. credits. Price: $25. Contact: NEPGA Office, 508-869-0000. Or log onto the www.nepga.com home page, click on "NEPGA Events", then click on "Public Event Applications".

November 5, 2001
Monday
Kirkbrae Country Club, Lincoln, RI Anthony Tarro  Education: Human Resources - "Retention Strategies That Respond to Worker Values"
Guest Speaker - Ms. Deborah E. Matthews, Human Resources Director at Allmerica Financial in Worcester, Mass.
November 19-20, 2001
Monday-Tuesday
Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI Johnson & Wales CMAA Student Chapter  Education: NECMA Annual Two-Day Technology Workshop
Day One - The Current State and Future of Club Technology, and The Basics and Benefits of Club Websites Panel Discussion with Club Website Application Service Providers (ASP), and ASP Mini-Trade Show.
Day Two - Efficient Use of Club Office Productivity Software Applications, and Hands-on Computer Lab Instruction on Office Productivity Software Applications.

December 2, 2001
Sunday
Harvard Club of Boston, Boston, MA Eric Gilberg, CCM The Holiday Gala - A Formal Dinner Dance
"Club Collecting for Communities" Campaign - "Toys for Tots®" Drive Drop-off Location.
Music by "Brass Attack"

 

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