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JUNE/JULY/AUGUST 2009 • NEWS & EVENTS ExcluSiVEly for MEMbErS of ThE uNiVErSiTy club of MichigaN STaTE uNiVErSiTy
Economic Stimulus Plan Phase 3...
pool & Maui beach
U-ClUb 80th anniversary snack bar grand
Open hOUse! Opening Weekend!
Saturday, May 23 –
Thursday, May 28 • 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Monday, May 25
Summer is the perfect time to introduce your non-member friends, colleagues, and family Celebrate the season opening
to the university club – especially those young families with children! The sparkling u-club of the U-Club pool and Maui
pool is open, outdoor dining on the Terrace is in full swing, and the full array of Kidz camps, Beach Snack Bar during Memorial
swim, tennis, and golf lessons and teams create a family-friendly atmosphere! Day weekend (weather permitting).
Show off your club by inviting a non-member to our fabulous 80th anniversary open See page 6 for hours.
house! Enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and beverages, meet other members and staff,
register for door prizes, and tour the facilities. if that date doesn’t work, bring them to one
of these other great events with our compliments!
Free guest Days
• June 6 & 7: Free Guest Days at the U-Club Pool (see page 5) at the pool
• June 24: Mai Tais in Paradise Member Cocktail Party (see page 4) Saturday, June 6 –
Sunday, June 7
Sponsor a new member by June 30 and receive an Economic Stimulus “bonus”
Regular Pool Hours
for every new member you sponsor – an $80 food and beverage credit toward
your summer dining at the club! The new member also receives these bonus Bring a prospective member to the pool for free!
incentives to join by June 30: See page 5 for details.
• 80% off all Social initiation fees
for regular members school’s Out splash!
Wednesday, June 10
• $80 one-time initiation fee for Junior members
5:30 - 10:00 p.m.
(under 35 years of age)
Come make a splash at our end-of-school pool
For more details on this program, see our website party! See page 4 for details.
at www.universityclubofmsu.org or contact
Phyllis Riley at 353-5350.
a Conversation 2009-2010 WHaRTOn
BROaDWaY THeaTeR SeRieS
with Mark Dantonio Tickets on sale now through July 15th!
hot new shows & Classic hits!
MsU FOOtball heaD COaCh once again, the university club will pair Wharton’s fabulous
lineup of broadway shows with dinner and transportation.
Wednesday, June 17 here’s this season’s lineup for our four-show package (also
Cocktails: 6:00 p.m. available individually):
Dinner & Program: 6:30 p.m. White Christmas a Chorus Line
from his first day on the job as head of the Young Frankenstein South Pacific
Spartan football program, Mark Dantonio
pledged to support MSu’s student athletes in addition, Dinner or brunch packages
in their pursuit of excellence— both in the classroom and on the field. for the following shows are available
his high standards for both academic and athletic achievement have for individual purchase:
restored historic traditions and pride in Spartan football.
Join us for dinner and a conversation with coach Dantonio, as he talks
the sinatra project
about MSu’s prospects for the ‘09 season and his goals in the pursuit
of excellence. reservations required, call 353-5111. (Seating will be at 101 Dalmatians The Musical this issUe
tables of 8 with other members.) Phantom of the Opera tO plan
Adults: $27.95++ • Youth 16 and under: $22.95++
A portion of this evening’s proceeds will benefit the Arthur Ray, Jr. Fund, a former MSU football
Steppenwolf’s yOUr hOt
aUGUST: OSaGe COUnTY
recruit and current MSU student battling cancer.
See page 12 for details!
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WELCOME NEW MEMbErs!
David G. Cartwright (MSu ’93), employed at Daniel L. Popoff (MSu ’60), financial
ford Motor credit company, his wife Kimberlee advisor for financial Technology inc., and
K. Cartwright, business manager for looking daughter Alexis. Sponsor: Koula Curtis.
forward, and children David and Brooke. Melissa Shanker, self-employed writer,
Bethe Day, her husband Michael Day, cEo for her husband Randy Shanker, owner
Emerald bio agriculture, and children Kate, of canada Dry bottling company, and
University Club of Michigan State University Colan,  Dylan, and Aidan. children Julia, Lila, and Charlie. Sponsor:
3435 forest road, P.o. box 27157 Sponsors: Dr. & Mrs. Lance Lemon. Howard Stover.
lansing, Mi 48909-7157
www.universityclubofmsu.org Robert E. Gregoreski (MSu ’79), senior engineer Edwin Westmoreland, quality sales
for National fuel gas corporation. and marketing manager for Sanofi-
Reservations & Dr. Douglas N. Henry, division director of aventis Pharma, and his wife Kimberly
General Information ........................353-5111 pediatric endocrinology for Sparrow regional Westmoreland, administrative finance
children’s center, his wife Diane Henry, and director for Michigan Public health
Catering Department ...................... 353-5112 institute. Sponsor: John Boles.
• Marilyn Mays, Dir. catering & Special Events daughter Cammy. Sponsors: Jim & Barb Dunlap.
• Janice McNeely, assistant catering Manager Dr. Sarah Knapp (MSu ’92), optometrist for Donald P. Wheatley (MSu ’61), employed
• amy grey, catering Sales representative Visioncare associates, her husband Scott Knapp, with gorsline-runciman funeral home,
attorney for Dickinson Wright, and children and his wife Judith (Judi) Wheatley (MSu
Fitness Center & Spa....................... 353-5113 ’65), employed with l&S associates.
• Patrick Sustrich, athletic/facilities Director William and Holden. Sponsor: Molly Chan.
Sponsor: Dave Ford.
• Tasha Mills, asst. athletic Dir./aquatics Dir. Robert Pfauth, II, general manager for Pavement
• Steve o’rourke, fitness Manager Management Services, and his wife Kristin Pfauth J. Charles Wolohan (MSu ’57), retired,
• Jennifer Wells, Spa operations coordinator (MSu ’89), manager, bond services for Skanska and his wife Darlene M. Bailey Wolohan
uSa building. Sponsor: Tim Barron. (MSu ’56).
Executive Offices ............................ 353-5114
• richard bruner, general Manager & cEo
• Karen grannemann, chief operating officer
• John fischette, chief Engineer
Member Services .............................353-5350
• Phyllis riley, Director of Sales First thursday
• Karla Taylor, Member Services Manager Fun & Fashion featuring Coldwater Creek • thursday, June 4
• angela berry, Member relations Manager
• rosemarie harman, controller Buffet & Bridge • thursday, July 2
• Deborah barosko, human resources Director Buffet & Bridge • Thursday, august 6
Food & Beverage Department ..........353-5351 Reservations begin at 11:30 a.m.
• Scott Stromer, culinary Director
• brandi Kirchhoff, food & beverage Manager Enjoy a fabulous gourmet luncheon buffet, followed by fellowship and bridge with
• John findley, Executive chef your U-Club friends. In addition, enjoy summer fashions by Coldwater Creek in June.
Fax .................................................353-1991 $13.95++ per person
Monday - friday, 7:00 - 9:00 a.m.
The Writers’ Group
lunch: Monday - friday, 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 • 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. • Open to writers of all levels
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday, 5:30 - 9:00 p.m. The Writers’ Group will not meet in July or august.
brunch: Sunday, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Come advance your writing skills! Whether you choose to present your written
Tuesday - friday, 4:00 - 9:00 p.m. work for advice and guidance or just listen and learn, the evening will be well spent.
Saturday, 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Contact Dr. Celia B. Guro at 432-2734 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Monday - friday Tasting Society
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Your Tasting Society membership pays off all summer long! Enjoy these great
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. benefits in addition to 10% off bottles or glasses of wine at the Club:
Available to children of members and their guests whenever on
premise. Accepting infants to age twelve; 24-hour notice required June 5 & 6: Garden Terrace Grand Opening
for children younger than two years old. Call 353-5113. Free summer drink tasting flight! - (see page 4)
Fitness Center & Spa June 24: Mai Tais in Paradise Cocktail Party
Monday - friday, 5:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Free drink ticket! (see page 4)
Saturday, 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. July 16 & august 13:
Sunday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tapas & Tastings nights
Save $3 on admission! (see page 4)
University Club board of Directors
William Dansby, President
Wanda Lipscomb, Vice President Help us stay in touch!
& Summer Recreation Chair
Patrick McPharlin, Secretary & Membership Chair Provide us with your email address.
Ray Schmidgall, Treasurer & Finance Chair help us stay in touch in between issues of our seasonal newsletter by giving us your email address
William beekman, Director and keeping your online membership profile up-to-date! We’ll contact you via email with specials,
David brower, Director
event details, our popular birthday coupons, and more! if your current email address (and birthday)
Stella cash, Past President & Social chair
are not listed in your membership profile, you’ll miss out!
David closs, Director
Marti heil, Director To update your profile, go to www.universityclubofmsu.org and click Member login to access the
James Potchen, Director private, members-only side of the u-club website. Then, click on My Profile to review and update
l’Mell Smith, athletic chair & Wellness chair your information.
robert von bernuth, facilities chair
Don’t use email? Call us at 353-5111 and we’ll make other arrangements
to ensure you receive our valuable information and coupons.
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Lunch & Learn
eVeRY TUeSDaY aT nOOn • Buffet Lunch: $11.95++
Program Coordinator: Ron Karle • Visit our website to read more about each program and speaker.
Caring for Your Heart
Tracy Pride, Ms, PA-C, Physician’s Assistant
Advanced Cardiology, PLLC
Bountiful Breakfast Buffet What is coronary artery disease, who is at risk, and how do we
prevent it? Some of the simplest lifestyle changes can go a long way
Monday - Friday • 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. to improving your cardiac health. Learn from the experts about caring
Four Seasons Room • Henry Center for your heart - while enjoying a delicious, heart-healthy lunch buffet.
Enjoy the view from the henry center’s four Seasons room
overlooking forest akers West. hot-off-the-griddle waffles • breakfast
June 9, 16 & 30
potatoes • Eggs & omelets to order • biscuits & gravy • fresh fruit •
crispy bacon & sausage links • Juice, coffee, tea and much more! Luncheon Colloquy Roundtable
Adults: $7.95++ • Children 4-11: $3.95++ • Children 3 & Under: Free Join with fellow Club members for lunch and good conversation
Specialty Starbucks beverages available at an additional charge. at the Club.
every Sunday • Main Dining Room June 23
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
How the Philosophies of
traditional sunday brunch
Without a doubt, the best brunch in town! Join us for an abundant alfred P. Sloan Could Benefit
array of cold salads, seafood delicacies, fresh fruits, breakfast
favorites, hot entrées, made-to-order omelets, and chef’s carving
general Motors today
Joshua Davidson, Automotive Writer, Editor,
station, topped by a sinful selection of pastries and desserts. and Publisher
Adults: $21.95++ • Children 4-11: $8.95++ • Children 3 & Under: FREE This unique presentation on Alfred P. Sloan, GM’s CEO from
special entertainment: 1923-1956, will focus on his successful business philosophy that
sunday, June 7, July 12 & August 23 dominated the industry for decades, and how it was allowed to
Four seasons string Quartet become obsolete. Davidson will explore how Sloan’s principles
sunday, June 21, July 26, might be applied to modern circumstances as the basis of a 21st
August 2 & August 16 – ricky Nalett, Pianist century GM strategic identity.
every Wednesday • Garden Terrace • 5:30 - 9:00 p.m. July & august
Garden Terrace Specials On Tuesdays in July and August, join your fellow Club members at
noon for a “community table” lunch in the dining room to share in
JUne: sirloin steak platter good conversations over a social lunch. The Lunch & Learn Colloquy
8 oz. Sirloin steak served with caramelized onions, series will resume in September with featured programs and guest
baked potato, and fresh corn-on-the-cob. speakers.
JULY: bbQ Chicken
bbQ half-chicken served with roasted potatoes
and fresh corn-on-the-cob.
aUGUST: all-you-Can-eat Fajitas every Tuesday • Dining Room/Terrace
Seasoned beef and/or chicken served with traditional toppings, 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Mexican rice, refried beans, and flour tortillas.
Terrace Specials are just $12.95++! Kids eat Free night!
come out for a swim and stay for supper! Kids 11 and
NEW under enjoy one free selection from our Kidz menu, with the
Fridays, June 5 - September 4
(Not available July 24 & August 21)
! purchase of one or more entrées from the Club’s à la carte
dinner menu. Dress is summer casual for this family-friendly,
Dining Room/Terrace • 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Barbecue Ribs Special
Enjoy our fabulous barbecue ribs with your choice of soup or
salad, plus a hot, baked potato, and chef’s choice of vegetable.
Full Slab: $17.95++ • Half Slab: $12.95++ Maui Beach “Sunset Grill” nights
Enjoy live music with pianist ricky Nalett on Friday, June 26! Sundays, June 14 - September 6 • 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.
also open September 7 for the Labor Day holiday!
every Thursday • Main Dining Room • 5:30 - 9:00 p.m. The Maui beach Snack bar expands its offerings on Sunday nights to
include three full dinner options. choose from grilled salmon with fruit
Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special salsa, one-half barbecue chicken, or a top sirloin steak, all served with a
This long-time u-club tradition has taken on a new twist! tossed salad and baked potato. Place your order at the Snack bar, then
come out every Thursday night for a gourmet creation prepared relax by the pool as we grill your selection to order right there on the
by chef Tom, at a special price! in addition, all diners will enjoy pool deck! (Not available on august 30 due to the country Western fair
any bottle of wine on the club’s wine list for 25% off! & field Day event.)
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garDen terraCe granD Opening
Friday & Saturday, June 5-6 • 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.
it’s the official start to summer dining at the u-club! During our grand opening
school’s Out splash!
weekend, enjoy live music by pianist Ricky Nalett and drink specials, as you Wednesday, June 10
dine al fresco with one of our new summer entrées! Sample our summer drinks 5:30 - 10:00 p.m.
with a tasting flight (free for Tasting Society Members) too! Buffet: 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Music, DJ & Pool Games:
starting at 6:00 p.m.
Mai Tais in Paradise Make a sPLAsH at this end-
of-school pool party! Fill up
with hot-off-the-grill burgers,
Tropical Temptations & Tiki Bar barbecue chicken, and hot dogs,
plus all the fixings, including hot
Wednesday, June 24 • 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. corn-on-the-cob, macaroni and
Put on your best tropical attire and celebrate cheese, French fries, salads, and more.
summer at an island-style member cocktail party! Craving something sweet? You’ll find
Enjoy lavish tropical appetizers and entrée samples it at our Picnic Dessert buffet and ice
from our summer menu, along with Mai Tais, blue cream sundae bar, with favorites like fresh
hawaiians, and other cocktail specials (member- strawberry shortcake, homemade pies,
signed) at our Tiki bar! Say aloha as you meet new fudgy brownies, jumbo cookies, and more.
people and reconnect with friends! (Event held rain or shine in the rock out to some great music, compete in some
ballroom & Patio.) While you’re having fun at this event, kids can enjoy fun pool games, and climb our Monster Float!
our Kidz Night out Pajama Party (see page 11)! Space is limited, so The Maui beach snack bar will extend its hours to
register today for a taste of paradise! cover your late-night munchies.
$15++ per person • Tasting Society members receive a free drink ticket! Call 353-5111 to make your reservations.
Adults: $12.95++ • Children 4-11: $7.95++
Children 3 & Under: FrEE
Tapas & Tastings Nights JULY 16—The latin-inspired acoustic guitar of Joe
Baldino sets the stage, as we take a tour of South america.
a variety of wines from countries such as chile and
argentina will be paired with tantalizing tapas that capture
Thursday, July 16 • Wines of South america • 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. the diversity of flavors found in South american cuisine,
Thursday, august 13 • Michigan Microbrews • 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. prepared by Executive chef John findley.
AUGUST 13—Explore the flavors of Michigan, as we pair
frosty microbrews from bells brewery of Kalamazoo with
chef findley’s “great lakes” Tapas, capturing the fresh
tastes of Michigan cuisine! Enjoy the creative sounds of
acoustic guitar by Joe Baldino as you relax and savor the
tastes of summer!
Call 353-5111 to make your reservations.
Members: $26++ • Tasting Society Members: $23++
Three special summer nights for Seafood lovers!
Seafood & Lobster Lovers’ Oceanside extravaganza Buffet
Weekend Friday, august 21 • 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, July 24-25 More than one seafood favorite? No need to choose just one!
5:30 - 9:00 p.m. feast from all-you-can-eat seafood stations featuring chilled
oysters, crab claws, and jumbo shrimp anchoring a spread
Two nights to savor seafood at the u-club! of summer salads, soups and breads; a hot buffet with fried
order your favorite lobster and seafood shrimp, scallops, mussels, and crisp batter-fried calamari; plus
delights from an à la carte menu of seaside char-grilled flank steak and spinach-stuffed breast of chicken
specialties, including whole Maine lobster, for landlubbers. Enjoy specials on ice-cold draft beer 
a seafood platter, crab cakes, and salmon and summer cocktails and be sure to save room for a sweet
specials, along with New york strip steak or two, as you select from our dessert and coffee bar to
or grilled chicken for landlubbers, too. your complete your meal.
served dinner will include a summer-fresh salad
station, and homemade breads. Enjoy ice-cold Adults: $29++ • Children 4-11: $12.95++ • Children 3 and under: FREE
draft beer and cocktail specials, too. While you’re While you’re enjoying dinner, the kids can have a blast with
enjoying dinner on friday night, kids can have a their own supper & fun at our Kidz Night Out Pajama Party
blast at our Kidz Night out Pajama Party (see page 11)! (see page 11).
Please note: During the three seafood events, no regular à la carte dining will be available. The Lounge Menu will be available in the Cocktail Lounge.
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father’s Day fun Day spartan tailgate
Father’s Day brUnCh Friday, July 17
Sunday, June 21 • 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Rain date: Saturday, July 18)
Piano Music by Ricky nalett • Games and Prizes! Set-up: 5:00 p.m.
Crafts & activities for the Kids! Tailgate Dinner: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Treat Dad to a lavish buffet brunch featuring roast prime rib of beef, bring your tent and sleeping bags and cheer
made-to-order-omelets, garden fresh salads, and more; then watch for the green and white at our third annual
him compete in our putting and chipping contests. he’ll also enjoy family camp-out! have fun as we enjoy a
a putter demo from forest akers and a chance to win fabulous camp evening filled with Spartan spirit for
prizes like a $100 Kositchek’s gift certificate or a forest akers range kids and adults. We’ll have delicious tailgate-
card! Kids can make Dad a homemade card and enjoy some games Members will be charged style food (hot dogs, chips, sodas, etc.), then
of their own, too! return later in the afternoon to enjoy some in full for reservations enjoy face painting, float-making, a Spartan
on record as of 48 hours
poolside field games (see below) and dinner at the Sunset grill (see prior to the event, or the parade, and a variety of tailgate games
page 3). call 353-5111 early as this event is always a sell-out! actual number served, and activities lasting well into the evening.
whichever is greater. after the kids are tucked in bed, grown-ups
Adults: $22.95++ • Children 4-11: $9.95++ • Children 3 & Under: FREE
can relax and play cards in our screened
tent. Set up your tent on the lawn anytime
pOOlsiDe FielD gaMes after 5:00 p.m. food will be served from
5:30 – 6:30 p.m., with games and activities
Sunday, June 21 • 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. immediately following. one adult must
Come out and have fun while spending time with your family. Participate in poolside accompany each family.
games and field activities such as Ultimate Frisbee, a fast-paced sport that is sure to Adults: $8 • Children 12 and under: $6
get all participants fired-up! Games are free to all members and their guests, with FRee to Camp Sparty & Camp Sparty Jr.
prizes awarded. Afterwards, stay and enjoy dinner at our fabulous Sunset Grill. participants. Call 353-5111 to register.
Disc Jockey mes FaMily CaMp-OUt
Field Day G Friday & Saturday, august 7 - 8
& activit ies
0 p.m. Enjoy camping with fellow U-Club members at Sleepy
2:00 – 5:0 Hollow State Park in Laingsburg! Families are free to enjoy
Hot-Off-the t the many activities offered at this state park, such as fishing,
Country Bu p.m. hiking, biking, and canoeing on their own. On Saturday,
0 we will come together at select times for optional U-Club
2:30 – 4:3 coordinated family activities, such as a guided nature walk,
fire building, cooking with a stick, and crafts. Contact the
DNR state park at 1-800-447-2757 to make a campsite
reservation. When making your reservation, book your
site near the U-Club campsite #51. There is a two-night
minimum stay at $19 per night and a vehicle permit at $6
a, featuring ou per day (required for entry to the park). Additionally, there
al extravaganz , and bounce house.
r our fifth annu Run, dunk tank is a $5 activity charge per child to participate in the U-Club
and cowgirls fo n and win
Round up your cowboys ic by Jump Start DJ, a 5K Fu mes led by the U-Club staff coordinated activities listed above. Call 353-5111 to register.
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sUMMer hOUrs AQUATIC PrOgrAMs See your U-Club
Summer Fun Guide for
WEATHER PERMITTING complete details on
these events and more!
eaRLY MORninG LaP SWiM
Maui beach Monday - Friday • 7:45 - 8:45 a.m.
June 15 - July 24
Snack Bar Hours:
May 23 - September 7 MaSTeRS LaP SWiM
Tuesdays & Thursdays• 7:00 - 7:45 a.m.
Daily: 11:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. June 16 - July 23
Are you looking for an extra push in your lap swimming
routine? Join our U-Club swim team coaches for a new
workout each day. The coaches will design reps and sets
Garden Terrace Hours: for you to complete, pushing yourself to the next level.
Free to ALL U-Club social members.
June 5 - September 5
Monday – Friday:
11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Great, Low-impact
Tuesday – Saturday: Workouts in the Pool...
5:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Sunset Grill Hours: for adults
tuesdays & thursdays
June 14 - September 6* 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.
& Labor Day, September 7 Private/Semi-Private Swim Lessons June 16 - august 13
Sunday: 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. Great for adults or children, providing extra attention to
*Except August 30 perfect strokes, turns, starts, and even water acclimation. Shallow Water
Lessons can be specialized to work on a certain trouble
area, or can follow Red Cross level guidelines.
aerobics for adults
Mondays & Wednesdays
Morning Group Swim Lessons 10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
POOL HOURS: Group swim lessons are offered in five-lesson sessions,
June 15 - august 12
Open May 23 - September 7 Monday through Friday. See your Summer Fun Guide
(weather permitting) for session dates and times. aqua pilates
Monday - Thursday: Levels 0-3: 9:45 - 10:30 a.m. Mondays
11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Levels 4-6: 10:45 - 11:30 a.m. 7:10 - 7:50 p.m.
Friday: 11:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. June 8 - July 13
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. & July 20 - august 24
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
All pool areas (including the lap lanes and diving
well) will be closed for several hours for swim meets
(see page 7). The diving well will be closed periodi-
cally during the Lifeguard Training class June 11-13. Discover SCUBa (ages 10 & Up)
Lap lanes will not be available during Monster Float Wednesdays, July 15, 22 & 29 • 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Nights (see page 7) and other special events. Try SCUBA under the direct supervision of a professional instructor with a 20-minute “dive” session.
Pre-registration for specific time slots is available at the Outdoor Athletic Office on the day of each class.
The pool is open during published hours whenever
possible. However, inclement weather conditions
occasionally require that the pool be closed. When
ZZ Basic SCUBa (ages 10 - adult)
uncertain, please call the Outdoor Athletic Office at
Prepare for your Open Water certification in this private class which is arranged to fit your schedule and
353-7665 to make sure that the pool is open before held at the U-Club pool. Contact ZZ Underwater World at 485-3894 for details and to schedule.
coming to the Club. Please be aware that all or parts
of the pool will be closed during various events.
See our website or pick up a pool closure schedule
at the Outdoor Athletic Office. lifeguard Training
pool guest policy Guard Start (Jr. Lifeguard Program)
The U-Club pool is for members and their immediate
family (spouse and children) residing with the member. Monday - Friday, July 13 - 17
Please sign in at the desk each time you visit to the or august 10 - 14 • 9:45 - 11:30 a.m.
pool. Members may bring guests to the pool for a Children ages 11-14 prepare for the Lifeguard Training Course.
fee of $6 per person. Please remember that you
must accompany each of your guests during their
entire visit to the U-Club. Lifeguard Training Course
Grandchildren (ages17 and under) of members who Thursday - Saturday, June 11 - 13 • 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
live outside of the area and are in town for a visit may
use the pool as members. Grandchildren who live
Receive American Red Cross certificates in Lifeguarding, First Aid, CPR, and AED.
within the Lansing area are considered non-members
and guest fees apply. Now’s a great time to have
your son or daughter join the Club -- see our 80th
Water Safety instructor (WSi)
anniversary membership special on page 1. Wednesday - Friday, July 29 - 31 • 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Receive American Red Cross certificates in FIT (Fundamentals in Training)
and WSI (Water Safety Instructor).
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sWIM, TENNIs, & gOLF TEAMs FOr kIDs
Junior Swim Team Ages 5-17 Junior Tennis Team Ages 8-12 Junior Golf Team Ages 8-12
Mon. - Fri., June 15 - July 24 Mon. - Thurs., June 15 - July 23 Thursdays, June 18 - July 23
Summer Sports Teams offer Fun, Friends, and Fitness!
Don’t let the kids turn into couch potatoes this summer, sleeping late, Parent’s Team Meeting
watching TV, and playing computer games. The club’s swimming, Monday, June 15 • 9:00 a.m. OR Tuesday, June 16 • 5:45 p.m.
tennis, and golf teams offer a great way to get the kids up and
active, participating in healthy sports while meeting new friends Please join us poolside for an informational meeting on your child’s summer Golf, Tennis
and experiencing friendly competition. Teams run six weeks and and/or Swim Team programs.
are scheduled to allow participation in multiple teams. check out Pancake Breakfast & Pep Rally
discounts for dual enrollment in Kidz camp and a team too!
Thursday, June 25 • 8:30 a.m.
• Swim Team: Three choices for swim team practice times; plus
All team participants are invited to this fun event. Have breakfast with your teammates and
extend the season with a one-week pre-season and/or two-week
coach, make spirit banners and enjoy a visit from K.C. Seal, the U-Club mascot. All team
post-season option. participants are free; $6 each for family and friends. Please call 353-5111 to register.
• TenniS Team: Junior Tennis Team (for beginners ages 8-12);
Tennis Team b (for ages 9-13) and Tennis Team a (for ages 14-18). Team awards Banquet
all tennis teams have a one-week pre-season and/or two-week
Thursday, July 23 • 5:30 p.m.
Members of all swim, tennis, and golf teams and their families are invited to attend this
• Junior Golf Team: Perfect for ages 8-12; runs six weeks end-of-season banquet. Team and individual awards will be presented followed by
with three, nine-hole matches. karaoke, D.J. music, food, and fun! Please call 353-5111 to register.
Participation in any team includes coaching, matches, team shirt, Adults: $16.95 • Children 12-17: $11.95 •
team photo, and the Pancake breakfast & Pep rally. Enroll your child Children 4-11: $8.95 • Children 3 & Under: FREE
in one or more of our teams to build self-esteem, confidence, and
2009 SWiM MOnster FlOat nights
teaM Meets Wednesdays • 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
June 10 - august 12
Thursday, June 18* The Monster Floats come out for Monster Fun! We’ll crank up some
relay Meet tunes, play some pool games, and keep the Snack Bar open late.
Bring your own favorite float and make a big splash! (Lap lanes
at the U-Club will be closed during these events.)
Thursday, June 25* teen nights
MaC vs U-Club (ages 13 & up)
at the U-Club Wednesdays • 9:00 - 10:30 p.m.
June 17 - august 12
Thursday, July 9* At 9:00 p.m., when the pool normally closes, we’re keeping things
WHCC/CCL vs. U-Club open exclusively for teens (or those who’ve completed 7th grade)! The
at the U-Club Monster Float remains in the pool and the Snack Bar stays open late.
Teens can  compete in cannon ball contests or play ping-pong,
Saturday, July 25+ Guitar Hero, or karaoke — games and activities will vary each week!
(Lifeguards and adult supervision will be at the pool at all times. We’ll
Championship Meet have seating around our cozy fire pit for parents wishing to stay, too.)
at the U-Club
* The pool will be closed
FaMily & FrienDs nights
from 5:00 p.m. until the meet
is completed at approximately
at the pOOl
Sundays • 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. • June 14 - august 30
Special reduced guest fees of $2 per person for entry after 5:00 p.m.
The pool will be closed
make it easy to bring lots of friends to the U-Club pool!
until approximately noon.
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gOLF NEWs TENNIs NEWs
U-ClUb tOUrnaMents & events tennis Mixers anD events
For more information on these events or to register, Reservations are required for aLL events listed below;
call Denise ngubeni at 355-1636. call 353-7665. all programs will be held at the U-Club
Tennis Courts. in case of rain, events will be held at the
MSU Tennis Center.
Saturday, June 20 • West Course • 9:00 a.m. Shotgun intro to Cardio Tennis (FRee)
An 18-hole two-person scramble event open to ALL U-Club members June 12 • 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
and their guests. Lunch will be held following the event.
Junior Club Championships Week
Four-ball stroke play event
(Two-Person Best Ball) adult/Junior Doubles Tournament (FREE)
Saturday, July 18 • West Course • 9:00 a.m. Shotgun July 24 • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
An 18-hole stroke play event open to ALL U-Club members and their
guests. Lunch will be held following the event.
Mondays, June 15-august 10 • 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Club Championship Tournament Meet your friends for a fun tennis lesson designed for beginner to intermediate levels.
& awards brunch
Saturday, august 22 • east Course • 8:00 a.m. Shotgun Weekly Co-ed Tennis Clinics
Sunday, august 23 • West Course • 8:00 a.m. Shotgun Wednesdays, June 24-august 12 • 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
A 36-hole two-day tournament on Forest Akers East and West Courses, Practice sessions help you develop skills and strategy through structured drills under
open to ALL U-Club members (sorry, no guests). An Awards Brunch the supervision of a pro. See your Summer Fun Guide for the clinic schedule.
immediately follows tournament play on Sunday (free for all Golf
members; separate brunch fee for Social members).
Fridays, June 19 - august 14 (no class July 3)
9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Fall U-Club Mixed Golf League Designed for adult players of ALL ability levels who want a quick, calorie-burning
Mondays, august 31 - October 26 tennis workout accompanied by uplifting, heart-pumping music.
Join the fun! This league is open to both men and women and play will
be by tee times between 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Contact Gary Mayhew at
Private/Small Group Tennis Lessons
email@example.com or 349-0704 for details. A great way to improve your tennis skills. Call 355-2209 to make your appointment.
yOUth tennis lessOns
yOUth gOlF Youth tennis lessons are offered in four-lesson sessions, Monday through Thursday.
See your Summer Fun Guide for session dates & times.
Mighty Mite Pee Wee Tennis (ages 4-6)
Junior Golf Clinic (ages 4-6) Young Beginners (ages 5-9)
Fridays, June 19 & 26 Beginners (ages 9-13)
Fridays, July 10 & 17 An introduction to the game of tennis, emphasizing fun and basic skills; perfect for
those who have never played or those with very little or no formal instruction.
8:30 - 9:15 a.m.
Children learn to golf using the SNAG™ Golf Training advanced Beginners (ages 9-14)
System, which contains all the basic elements of golf but Tennis experience recommended. More emphasis  will be placed on skill
in a modified form. development with a focus on learning all of the strokes. Graduates move on
to the Junior Team.
Junior Golf School
Fridays, June 19 & 26
Fridays, July 10 & 17 See your U-Club
10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Summer Fun Guide
Classes cover short game mechanics,
full swing with woods & irons, ending for complete
with a short game championship.
A great way to review and build details on these
the basic fundamentals of golf!
events and more!
all U-Club members have signing privileges at Forest akers also avalable online at
Golf Courses and the MSU Tennis Center. identify yourself as www.universityclubofmsu.org.
a U-Club member and provide your member number. Charges
will be reflected on your next month’s statement.
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FOCUs ON FITNEss locker rental & laundry service
Why haul your workout bag and dirty clothes around? With a
Seasonal Fitness Memberships rental locker and laundry service, your workouts will be care-free!
a summer fitness membership grants privileges from available to fitness members only.
Memorial Day to labor Day for just $249 per person with Locker Rental: $20/month • Laundry Service: $10/month
no initiation fee. This membership option is open only to Need more space? Add a second locker in the same locker room
u-club Social Members. To enroll, call 353-5113. for an extra $10/month.
Sexy Soccer Mom Club
iron Member Training June 15 – July 16 (no class July 2)
Thursdays, June 11 – august 27 (no class July 2 & august 20) Morning: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
6:20 – 7:30 a.m. evening: Mondays & Thursdays, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Train to compete in the club’s first annual iron Member competition bring your Sexy back! Join us for an action-packed, well-
(see below). instructor Patrick Taylor will keep it exciting with a variable rounded fitness program, designed for women of all shapes,
walking/running course, cycling course on our indoor spinners, a lap swim, sizes, and fitness levels. The program includes group strength
and bench press training. Each week will deliver a different challenge and cardiovascular training, a weekly weigh-in, body fat testing,
designed to get you into great shape! (iron Member competition free to supplement consultation, and more!
class participants.) See your Summer Fun Guide for further details!
See your Summer Fun Guide for further details!
U-Club iron Member Competition sPA NEWs
For Spa info., appointments,
& gift certificates: call 353-5113
Sunday, august 30 • Start time: 9:00 a.m. or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Test your strength, endurance, power, and stamina with this competition,
comprised of four different events in which individual winners will be
crowned. Participants have the option of competing in any combination Enjoy a Summer Spa-cation!
of events to determine an overall male and female winner…the iron The University Club Spa is
Members! Select from: THE resort destination where
• Half-mile swim in the U-Club pool luxurious service and value meet
right in your own back yard!
• 10-mile bike ride on the Spinner Pro stationary bike
Visit our website at
• 5K (3.1 mile) run through the U-Club grounds universityclubofmsu.org
• Bench Press competition for current specials.
See your Summer Fun Guide for further details! See page 12 for a
Summer Service Spotlight
To help protect or repair sun-damaged skin, the university
Summer Spin Series club Spa offers the following luxurious treatments:
• facials featuring antioxidants and vitamins for a smoother,
Saturdays, June 6, July 18 & august 22
9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
• body polishes and scrubs for silky smooth summer skin.
Each 90-minute class will focus on a different theme. climb the hills
of San francisco, sprint through Paris toward the arc de Triomphe, or • cooling and hydrating wraps to soothe sun-damaged skin.
gear up for a race-day ride like none other! Pre-registration is required • Pedicures to keep your feet looking great in sandals
and can be done at the fitness center front desk or by calling 353-5113. around the pool.
• custom essential oil massages offering soothing sun relief.
Performance Spinning® Program
Mondays, July 13 - august 31 Exceptional Skin Care Products:
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
get all the testing, training, coaching, and motivation you need to improve
SkinCeuticals, Phytoceane & Equavie
your fitness level and overcome plateaus. Take your workouts to a new level Skinceuticals is known for its patented use of anti-
with the same exercises and cardio programs that professional athletes use. oxidants, respected scientific studies, and advancements
Participants receive a detailed manual and logbook to record their progress, in the science and practice of skin care (especially in
track heart rates, and celebrate success! the area of anti-aging). Phytoceane is a marine-based
line, deriving its healing ingredients from the sea.
See your Summer Fun Guide for further details! These products offer gentle skin-balancing cleansers,
re-mineralizing moisturizers, and a full line of bodycare
DalMaC bike ride products. Equavie is an organic and environmentally-
September 2 – 6 conscious skin care line inspired by both the richness
become part of the u Team and join fellow u-club members and staff for of Mediterranean gardens and the exceptional properties
the DalMac, a nationally-known lansing to Mackinaw bicycle ride! The u of fruits and grains.
Team will have opportunities to train together prior to the five-day, 365-mile
trip and then have a blast riding, camping, and dining together throughout Enjoy these products in all of our facials or schedule a
this amazing journey! Participants should register for the 5-uP ride directly complimentary skin assessment with our experienced
with DalMac (www.dalmac.org) and then contact Patrick Sustrich at the esthetics staff, who will customize a guided in-home
u-club to become part of the u Team and receive a free T-shirt, $100 off program just for you.
the Performance Spinning® class, and other team information.
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sUNDAY MONDAY TUEsDAY WEDNEsDAY THUrsDAY FrIDAY sATUrDAY
MAY 31 1 2 3 4 5 6
Start of Tumbling Toddlers Lounge Special – First Thursday Fun & Fashion Garden Terrace Grand Opening Garden Terrace Grand Opening
Lunch & Learn Sirloin Steak Platter featuring Coldwater Creek BBQ Ribs Special Free Guest Day at the Pool
Kidz Eat Free Night Monster Float Night Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special Summer Spin Class
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Sunday Brunch featuring Start of Session 1 Lunch & Learn Roundtable School’s Out Splash Start of Lifeguard Training Free Intro to Cardio Tennis
The Four Seasons String Quartet Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night Garden Terrace Special – Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special BBQ Ribs Special
Free Guest Day at the Pool Sirloin Steak Platter Start of Iron Member Training
Monster Float Night
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Sunday Brunch Start of Session 2 Lunch & Learn Roundtable A Conversation with Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special BBQ Ribs Special Two-Person Golf Scramble
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Summer Programming Writers’ Group Coach Dantonio Dinner Relay Swim Meet at the U-Club
Sunset Grill Night Parent’s Team Meeting Kidz Eat Free Night Garden Terrace Special –
Start of Sexy Soccer Mom Club Sirloin Steak Platter
Parent’s Team Meeting
Monster Float Night
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Father’s Day Brunch Start of Session 3 Lunch & Learn Mai Tais in Paradise Cocktail Party Team Pancake Breakfast & Pep Rally BBQ Ribs Special
featuring Ricky Nalett, pianist Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night Kidz Night Out Pajama Party Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special featuring Ricky Nalett, pianist
Poolside Field Games Rock Climbing Camp Garden Terrace Special – featuring Ricky Nalett
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Sirloin Steak Platter Swim Meet at the U-Club
Sunset Grill Night Monster Float Night
28 29 30 1 2 3 4
Sunday Brunch Start of Session 4 Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – BBQ Chicken First Thursday Buffet & Bridge BBQ Ribs Special
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night Monster Float Night Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special
Sunset Grill Night Low Rope Challenge Teen Night
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Sunday Brunch Start of Session 5 Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – BBQ Chicken Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special BBQ Ribs Special
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night Monster Float Night Swim Meet at the U-Club
Sunset Grill Night Teen Night
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday Brunch featuring Start of Session 6 Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – BBQ Chicken Tapas & Tasting Night- Spartan Tailgate Family Camp-Out Golf Four-Ball Stroke Play Event
the Four Seasons String Quartet Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night Discover SCUBA Class Wines of South America featuring BBQ Ribs Special Summer Spin Class
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Start of Guard Start Joe Baldino, Guitarist
Monster Float Night Family Camp-Out (Rain date)
Sunset Grill Night Start of Performance Spinning Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
Sunday Brunch Start of Session 7 Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – BBQ Chicken Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special Free Adult/Junior Championship Swim Meet
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night Discover SCUBA Class Team Awards Banquet Doubles Tennis Tournament at the U-Club
Sunset Grill Night Junior Tennis Club Monster Float Night featuring Jump Start DJ Seafood & Lobster Lovers’ Weekend Seafood & Lobster Lovers’ Weekend
Championships Kidz Night Out Pajama Party
26 27 28 29 30 31 1
Sunday Brunch Start of Session 8 Lunch & Learn Roundtable Start of WSI Class Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special BBQ Ribs Special
featuring Ricky Nalett, pianist Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night Garden Terrace Special – BBQ Chicken
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Discover SCUBA Class
Sunset Grill Night Monster Float Night
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Sunday Brunch Start of Session 9 Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – First Thursday Buffet & Bridge BBQ Ribs Special Sleepy Hollow State Park
featuring Ricky Nalett, pianist Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night All-You-Can-Eat Fajitas Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special Sleepy Hollow State Park Family Camp-Out
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Monster Float Night Family Camp-Out
Sunset Grill Night Teen Night
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Sunday Brunch Start of Session 10 Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – Tapas & Tastings Night-Michigan BBQ Ribs Special Golf Club Championship
Family & Friends Night at the Pool Summer Programming Kidz Eat Free Night All-You-Can-Eat Fajitas MicroBrews featuring Joe Baldino,
Start of Guard Start Monster Float Night Guitarist
Sunset Grill Night Low Rope Challenge
Teen Night Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Sunday Brunch Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special Oceanside Extravaganza Buffet Summer Spin Class
featuring Ricky Nalett, pianist Kidz Eat Free Night All-You-Can-Eat Fajitas Kidz Night Out Pajama Party
Family & Friends Night at the Pool
Golf Club Championship
& Awards Brunch
Sunset Grill Night
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Sunday Brunch featuring the Four Lunch & Learn Roundtable Garden Terrace Special – Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special BBQ Ribs Special
Seasons String Quartet Kidz Eat Free Night All-You-Can-Eat Fajitas
Family & Friends Night at the Pool
Sunset Grill Night
30 31 sEPTEMbEr 1 2 3 4 5
Sunday Brunch Start of Kidz Eat Free Night Lounge Special Candlelight & Wine Dinner Special BBQ Ribs Special
5K Fun Run Fall Golf League Start of DALMAC Bike Ride
Iron Member Competition
Country Western Fair & Field Day
Family & Friends Night at the Pool
Sunday Brunch Labor Day Pool, Snack Bar Closed for season
Sunset Grill Night Sunset Grill Night
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kIDZ CLUb NEWs YOUTH ACTIvITIEs
All members are invited to take advantage of these nominally priced services, available
to members and their guests while on the premises…whether for a meeting, workout,
round of golf, or to dine. Open to children, infants through age 12. To ensure proper Summer Youth Fitness
staffing, we require 24-hour notice for children younger than two years of age.
MEMBER RATES: $3.25/hour for first child Programming!
$2.00/hour for each additional child Want to start a fitness program for your child?
NON-MEMBER RATES: $4.25/hour for first child Sign them up for:
$2.50/hour for each additional child • YouTh fiTneSS – designed to implement
Due to Kidz Camps & Preschool Camps, weekly themes and parties a healthy lifestyle.
will not be held in June, July, or August. • STrenGTh & CondiTioninG CampS –
created to take the athlete to the next level.
Kidz night Out Pajama Parties! • YouTh perSonal TraininG - individual training
sessions designed to help increase speed and strength.
Wednesday, June 24 • Friday, July 24 • Friday, august 21
5:30 – 9:00 p.m. • ages 12 & under • u-Crew VirTual rowinG Club - an interactive,
concept2 rowing Machine-based class, designed to
While mom and dad enjoy our Mai Tais Cocktail Party, Seafood & Lobster Lovers’
make fitness fun with virtual games, internet-based
Weekend, Oceanside Extravaganza Buffet, or other activities at the Club, kids can
have some pajama party fun! Wear your pajamas or favorite comfy clothes and start competitions, and pool-side training.
the evening with a delicious kid’s meal for dinner. Then, enjoy a movie, popcorn, crafts, See your Summer Fun Guide for complete
and other fun slumber party games and activities. Children will be grouped according details and sign up today!
to ages and older kids will have fun in our U-Zone youth area featuring Wii games and
activities just for them! Advanced registration required. Space is limited—call 353-5111
to reserve. $5 per child
Tumbling Toddlers (ages 2 - 4)
neW Youth Outdoor
Tuesdays and Fridays, Beginning June 2
10:10 – 10:50 a.m.
See your Summer Fun Guide for complete
This introductory class uses music, exercises, and singing to improve your toddler’s
strength, confidence, and flexibility in a fun atmosphere. Purchase an 8-class punch
details and sign up today!
card for $40.
sUMMer CaMps FOr KiDs! Rock Climbing
Campers enjoy creative programming in small sessions with fantastic staff, and Camp (ages 12-16)
nutritious snacks; full-day campers are served a tasty, healthy lunch buffet (available Three-Day Camp:
to half-day campers for an additonal charge). To register, call 353-7665 today, as Monday - Wednesday
camps fill up quickly! June 22, 23, 24
challenge yourself! The first two
Kidz Play Camps days held at the u-club, campers
Full-Day Camps (ages 6-12) learn to support and trust each
Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. other as they develop their skills
on low-rope course elements and
Half-Day Camps (ages 5-7) group games. basic knots used in top-rope climbing will also
Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 11:35 a.m. be learned in preparation for the final day’s outdoor climbing
• Recreation Camp experience at oak Park in grand ledge.
Swimming, Golf, Tennis June 15 – 19
• The DaVinci Camp June 22 – 26 navigation Camp (ages 12-16)
• Sports of all Sorts July 6 – 10 Three-Day Camp:
Monday - Wednesday, July 20, 21, 22
• Camp Sparty July 13 – 17
learn what it takes to navigate through life. Work with
• Honey We Shrunk the Club July 20 – 24 a partner and as a team to give direction and take direction
• Heroes Camp July 27 – 31 to accomplish a  goal. low-rope course elements
and group games held at the u-club will help build
• Recreation Camp communication skills and prepare participants to work
Swimming, Golf, Tennis august 3 – 7 with peers. Wednesday will feature a canoe trip at
• Contraptions in Motion august 10 – 14 burchfield Park in holt.
Pre-School Camps Low-Rope Challenge (ages 12-16)
Half-Day Camps (ages 3-5) Two, One-Day Camps:
Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. OR 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 30 • Tuesday, august 11
Mighty Minds June 22 – 26 This program builds confidence along with teamwork,
problem-solving, and leadership skills. Team games, group
Ready, Set, Go! July 6 – 10 initiatives, and low-rope elements will challenge and keep
Camp Sparty Jr. July 13 – 17 participants active. Sign up for one or two sessions, as
Bitsy Spider July 20 – 24 each program will have a unique focus essential to youth
leadership and problem-solving skills. all activities to occur
Superhero Camp July 27 – 31 on the u-club premises with lunch provided.
We Like to Move it, Move it august 3 – 7
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2009-10 Wharton broadway Theater Packages
White Christmas The University Club’s fabulous
Broadway Theater Package includes
aDDiTiOnaL inDiViDUaL SHOWS aVaiLaBLe:
Thursday, December 10, 2009 • 5:00 p.m. • $114 Michael Feinstein: The Sinatra Project
the following for all four shows:
The story of two showbiz buddies putting on a show in a magical Saturday, October 10, 2009 • 5:30 p.m. • $99
Vermont inn, and finding their perfect mates in the bargain. Full of • Hors d’oeuvres and Journey back to the swingin’ days of Sinatra with Feinstein’s
dancing, laughter and some of the greatest songs ever written! member-signed bar 17-piece big band.
(beginning at 5:00 p.m.)
Young Frankenstein • Three-course gourmet dinner 101 Dalmatians The Musical
Thursday, February 4, 2010 • 5:00 p.m. • $114 (beginning at 5:30 p.m.) Sunday, January 31, 2010
Dr. Frankenstein attempts to create a monster – with scary and hilarious 11:00 a.m. • $90/adult, $74/kids
• Round-Trip Luxury Coach An experience for the entire family about what it means
complications. The sensational cast delivers all your favorite moments Transportation (departs Club
from the classic film, plus brand-new show-stopping numbers with music to be a family, canine, and courageous.
at 7:00 p.m.)
and lyrics by three-time Tony® winner Mel Brooks. Steppenwolf’s aUGUST: OSaGe COUnTY
• Zone One Ticket
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 • 5:00 p.m. • $95
a Chorus line (show begins at 7:30 p.m.)
A gripping new play about a large extended clan that comes
Thursday, april 8, 2010 • 5:00 p.m. • $114 • Service charges & tax together at their Oklahoma homestead when the alcoholic
For 17 dancers, this audition is the chance of a lifetime. It’s the one • Cost: $430 per four-show patriarch disappears.
opportunity to do what they’ve always dreamed—to have the chance package or $114 per show -
to dance. Winner of nine Tony Awards® and the Pulitzer Prize Phantom of the Opera
Order by July 15, 2009 Thursday, May 20, 2010 • 5:00 p.m. • $120
for drama, this singular sensation is the longest-running American Sunday, May 23, 2010 • 11:00 a.m. • $105/adults, $85/kids
Broadway musical ever. Order the Club’s Broadway Theater Andrew Lloyd Webber’s international award-winning phenomenon
Package and earn Priority One or
South Pacific Priority Two status (depending on
is a timeless story of seduction and despair.
Thursday, april 29, 2010 • 5:00 p.m. • $114 your other activities with Wharton). Get more details and register online at
Set on a tropical island during WWII, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Sign up now for great seats and a www.universityclubofmsu.org. as always, feel free
Pacific tells the romantic story of two couples and how their happiness hassle-free, relaxing evening with the to call us at 353-5111 if you have any questions
is threatened by the realities of war and by their own prejudices. opportunity to meet other members or wish to place your order over the phone.
before, during, and after the show.
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