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2013 Golf Tournament
Willow Oaks Country Club is the venue for the 10th Annual AIA Richmond Golf Tournament Monday, May 20, 2013. The club is located in the City of Richmond and the course is adjacent to the James River. Originally opened in 1957, the Course was rebuilt in 2007 utilizing integrated drainage design strategies, and environmentally sensitive golf course architecture. Lester George, accomplished golf course architect, served the membership of Willow Oaks in their quest to respectfully construct land features and waterways while preserving natural airflow and vistas.
10:30 am - Registration, range and putting greens open
11:30 am to 12:00 pm - Lunch in Club Banquet Room
12:00 pm - Shotgun start for Golf Tournament or Paddleboard on the James
4:30-6:30 pm - Cocktail Party on the Club's Main Terrace overlooking the Golf Course & James River. Presentation of Golf Tournament prizes
Lunch - $10 to all non-golfing members and $15 to all non-golfing non-members
Golf Tournament - $100 per golfing member, allied member and invited guest
Price includes lunch, golf, range balls, greens fees, on course drinks and snacks, cocktail party and prizes. Limited to the first 96 to sign up.
Paddleboard the James - $60.00
The Paddleboard group will head to the river following lunch at Willow Oaks. We will meet up at the James River Landing (behind James River High School) for instruction and a two hour river exploration. Instruction, boards, paddles, life vests or safety straps are included. Bring your bathing suit, T shirt and a towel.
First come, first serve email Carter@Lightingvirginia.com to reserve a spot. (Please include your cell phone number.) This is subject to the weather and river conditions. Instruction and equipment provided by www.eastcoastboardsports.com.
AIA Regional of the Virginia's - Seeks Regional Director
The primary duty of the Regional Director is to represent the Components within the Virginias at the national level. The AIA National Board Handbook (Chapter 5) further details this role. One quotation from that Chapter bears repeating here:
“Regional Directors are selected to serve on the AIA Board because of their experience, contributions to the profession and understanding of the region or organization that selects them. As a director, your viewpoint should be national in scope, while at the same time representing your region’s or organization’s unique interests”
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