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River Creek Blog: Senior member guest tourney

The River Creek Club will have its 10th annual Senior Member Guest golf tournament Aug. 17-19. The tournament is an opportunity for members to invite their friends from other locales to come and enjoy golfing at River Creek. According to the club's golf pro, Chris Bates, “This event is open to players age 55 and older as of Aug. 17. The program includes two 18-hole rounds of tournament golf, practice round, skills competition and an awards dinner.

“The entry fee is $600 for the tournament (for each team of four). The fee includes green fees, cart fees, tee gifts, meals and tournament prizes.”

Breakfasts, lunches and beer will be available to complement the golf. After the practice round on Aug. 17, serious competition runs the following two days.

Members and their guests are urged to sign up as soon as possible. To do so, check in at the pro shop, call 703-779-8486 or email Matt Ryan at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

The Adrian Duke Project


The Lansdowne Sumer Concert series will have its finale the evening of Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. According to the Club at Lansdowne on the Potomac, “The Adrian Duke Project is a full seven-piece band, including trumpet and sax as well as the soulful stylings of female vocalist Theresa Richmond.”

They play music from The Beatles, Elton John, Ray Charles, Duke Ellington and Frank Sinatra, among others.

Denny Corby Review

Last Friday at the River Creek Club, highly touted Denny Corby performed as a comedian, illusionist and magician. One of the patrons, Elaine Beller, commented that “he was funny and his magic tricks were amazing.” She talked about one of his tricks involving a $100 bill that supposedly was shredded but miraculously reappeared in an orange. She said, “The show as extremely entertaining and creative.”Another attendee, Marlys Rustad, said, “He really impressed us with his magic acts and his high energy level performance. Great show, he was very, funny.”

Corby, from Scranton, Pennsylvania, has been on “America’s Got Talent” and has appeared on cable networks like Fox and NBC.
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