OFF SEASON UPDATE from Joy Eon, President
For those of you braving the Maine winter, I hope you’re having some fun playing in the snow or keeping
warm and cozy inside. Probably many of you are thinking “enough already”! For those of you who are in places where you’re able to golf outside, I hope you’re enjoying it and remember to post your scores.
Fortunately the days are already getting longer so eventually we’ll be seeing signs of Spring in our good old home state which was recently voted #2 Safest State in America! The more time I spend away from Maine the more I appreciate it.
Barbara F, I got a chucklle out of your little video. Yup, you may as well take advantage of all the white stuff mother nature has very generously given us.
As Pam pointed out to me, sign ups for our weekly tournaments will begin before we know it. So be ready! Sign ups for Membership 2015 can be taken care of now too. Barbara has received quite a few already. Oops, that reminds m, I should get signed up today while I’m thinking of it!!
Take care all and perhaps if we all “think spring”, the snow will melt quickly soour golf season will begin as scheduled.
Stay warm or stay cool (depending where you are),
NEWS from our Director-Barbara Freeman
Winter has certainly given us many trying moments. Even a snow enthusiast like me has struggled with the number of storms and the below average temperatures. One really has to dig deep (pun intended!)to imagine spring and golf coming any time soon. We can only hope that all the snow is acting as a blanket to protect the fairways and greens so we can hit the ground swinging once all the snow melts.
I am heartened by the optimism of almost thirty members who have already signed up for the 2015 season. Most have signed up online which is hopefully an indication that more members will take advantage of this payment option for membership and tournament entries. Pam Strayer has acquired an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificate for our website increasing our site’s cyber-security.
Speaking of Pam, she has been working diligently and expertly to bring the annual booklet online. Look for all the “booklet” information soon in a new, user-friendly cyber format. Any members who do NOT have internet access can request hard copies from the SMWGA office.
So hang in there! Enjoy the beauty of our winter wonderland! Think spring!
Nicole Moody, Wells
University of New Hampshire
Bailey Marden, Cornish
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Maria Cianchette, Falmouth - Woodlands
North Carolina State University
Sarah Hansen, Cumberland - Val Halla
Grace King, Yarmouth - Woodlands
St. Lawrence University