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The Best in Club Design Trends “Shaken not Stirred” Infusing Experiential Design into your clubhouse: Cocktail Lounge 2.0

By C2 Limited Design Associates As a clubhouse designer, I always enjoy sharing our substantive new approaches to clubhouse enhancements that improve the overall member experience, create a new or enhanced revenue opportunity and streamline operational efficiencies. Over the past couple of years clubs have reached out to us to improve their competitive edge. Not…

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Distinguished President Leads A Distinguished Career

Fred Arbuckle, one of BoardRoom’s Distinguished Private Club Presidents for 2016, also can be recognized for his distinguished career, especially in the country’s real estate development industry. Matt Kellogg, president of the Colorado Golf Club, also selected as a Distinguished Club President of 2016, and will be featured in the July/August issue of BoardRoom. Arbuckle…

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Fred Arbuckle – BoardRoom magazine’s Distinguished Club President for 2016

By Dave White, editor Private Club Presidents of the Year major supporters Kopplin Kuebler & Wallace | The Association of Private Club Directors As a volunteer, serving as president of a private club is a large enough task. Serving as president of a second private club is an even larger commitment. Leading a private club…

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Do Boards Make Legal Mistakes? If So, What Are They, and What Do They Do About It?

By John G. Fornaro To err is human, so how does that relate to boards of equity, non-profit, private clubs. Well, mistakes that private club boards make are often considered ‘sacred cows’…the less said about them the better. But it’s important to understand the legal implications and impact mistakes can have upon the successful operation…

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How Do You Tear Down a Building that Everyone Loves?

Members of the Onteora Club in the Catskill Mountains of New York State loved their golf and tennis house. As one of the oldest buildings on the 140 year-old thousand-acre club, the house showed its age. The bark had fallen off its log siding, windows no longer closed, the roof sagged, and because most members…

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