What do mothers and three-year-olds have in common? Both will be celebrated in style May 6-8 at The Greenbrier Sporting Club. Saturday delivers one of America’s finest traditions, with the 137th running of the Kentucky Derby, featuring the world’s greatest three-year-old racehorses in a field that continues to pull even as the race approaches. For the Derby on Saturday, May 7th, hors d’oeuvres begin at 4 p.m. at The Members’ Lodge, with a race post time of 6:24 p.m. Also on Saturday, the club is offering “The Art of Gaming” class in The Casino Club from 4-5p.m with Art Kusakull. A signature drink such as a Mimosa is offered to members while Art provides an overview of Blackjack and Roulette. Advanced registration required by Thursday, 5/05/11.
On Sunday, we shift gears and honor our mothers on their special day. Mother’s Day was actually initiated by the West Virginian Anna Jarvis, who passed out 500 white carnations at her mother’s church, St. Andrew’s Methodist Episcopal Church in Grafton, West Virginia—one for each mother in the congregation. The Greenbrier Sporting Club’s celebration will include an a la carte brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Members can call now and secure gift certificates for Ananda Spa services, dining at either the Lodge or Summit, golf on The Snead, and a number of other activities.
For more information please contact the GSC Concierge desk at 304-647-6440 or email email@example.com.
Ten Years! It’s hard to imagine The Greenbrier Sporting Club is poised to celebrate its 10th Annual Homecoming Weekend beginning this Thursday. The weekend is always a favorite with members, as they reconvene to play, relax and dine together for an unforgettable weekend full of club activities. There are a number of happenings beginning on Thursday and Friday, including an open house reception at Ananda Spa Friday evening. Things really begin to ramp up on Saturday. In the morning, the shotgun golf tournament will blast off at 9am. Soon after, a variety of both children and adult activities will begin to take place throughout the day. Among them: cocktail mixology for adults and pony rides, dodgeball, pond fishing, archery and s’mores for the whole family! At 6pm, a reception and awards banquet will take place at The Members’ Lodge before everyone breaks for dinner.
June is the beginning of the king salmon run and the fishing for rainbow trout, arctic grayling, and arctic char is very good. The big rainbows will be feeding on the outgoing migration of salmon smolts and after a long winter under the ice they are ready to feed.
We will have six full days of action packed fishing. Each day begins with breakfast at the lodge and then we head off in jet boats or float planes to our daily fishing location. Lunch is streamside with big hearty dinners back at the lodge.
The lodge at Rainbow Bay Resort has ample space for you to spread out and relax after a tough day of fishing. The lodge sleeps ten people so our group will have it all to ourselves. Bedrooms have two queen beds and private baths.
Cost for this trip is $6000.00, includes food and lodging at Rainbow Bay Resort, fly out guided fishing, beer and wine. Does not include fishing license and king salmon tag, liquor, travel to Anchorage, food and lodging in Anchorage, or transportation from Anchorage to Rainbow Bay Resort.
To book this trip or answer questions call Jacob at 304-667-8337 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org