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Oct 19 – 25TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT to benefit Compass Regional Hospice. $125/golfer; $500/team. Sponsorship opportunities available. Prospect Bay Country Club. 443-262-4106 or kleager@compassregionalhospice.org.


Oct 5 – FASHION SHOW to benefit Compass Regional Hospice. Prospect Bay Country Club. 443-262-4106 or kleager@compassregionalhospice.org.


Oct 5 – FASHION SHOW to benefit Compass Regional Hospice. Doors open 11am. $45. Limited seating. Prospect Bay Country Club. 443-262-4106 or kleager@compassregionalhospice.org.


May 15 – 3RD ANNUAL BEST GIRLFRIEND’S NIGHT OUT. VIP 5-6pm. Public Event 6-9pm. VIP $100. Gen Admission $65. Prospect Bay Country Club. www.haven-ministries.org.


Apr 26 – 7TH ANNUAL LUNCHEON TEA supporting Haven Ministries. 3pm. $40/person. Prospect Bay Country Club, Grasonville. www.haven-ministries.org or 410-490-0925.

Volunteer Fair to be hosted by Prospect Bay Country Club

Untitled3Volunteer Fair to be hosted by Prospect Bay Country Club

On Sunday, October 5 (from 11 am to 2 pm) Prospect Bay Country Club in Grasonville will host its second Volunteer Fair for the public.  This event will allow community members to familiarize themselves with some wonderful local service organizations and to explore volunteer opportunities by talking with representatives in a casual atmosphere.  The Fair will be open to the public, and there is no cost for participating organizations or for members of the public to attend.

Sixteen local service organizations will participate in this event, representing the diversity of volunteer opportunities in our Mid-Shore area, including social services, animal welfare, nature and ecology and the arts.  Participating organizations include:

  • Chesapeake Bay Enviro. Center
  • Talisman Therapeutic Riding
  • Hospice of Queen Anne’s
  • Character Counts of QAC
  • Kent Island Federation of Arts
  • AAMC Auxiliary
  • Animal Welfare League QAC
  • YMCA of the Chesapeake
  • Our Haven Shelter
  • Adkins Arboretum
  • QAC Free Library (Literacy & Story Time)
  • Crossroads Community, Inc.
  • Chesterwye Center
  • Community Mediation Upper Shore
  • Queen Anne’s County Arts Council
  • Grasonville Food Bank

These organizations will have displays, handouts and other materials to help people understand what they do and how volunteers help them accomplish their missions.  The goal of the Volunteer Fair is to help interested citizens match their time, energy and talents with the needs of worthy service organizations.  Light refreshments will be available along with a few door prizes just to liven things up a bit.

If you have any questions, contact Phil Stapleton, Prospect Bay Volunteer Fair Coordinator at 410-827-7232 (or e-mail at marganphil@gmail.com).

A Night of Masquerade for Lighthouse Christian Academy

UntitledA Night of Masquerade for LCA

Lighthouse Christian Academy presents “A Night of Masquerade”, its 13th Annual Live and Silent Auction on Saturday, April 26, from 6 to 9:30 PM at the Prospect Bay Country Club in Grasonville.  The evening will include a dinner buffet, photo booth fun, games for fabulous prizes and of course live and silent auction excitement.

The Live Auction will include a variety of items and packages such as: a Thai Dinner for 10 cooked in your home, four Disney one-day hopper passes, a fishing excursion, a waterfront home party package, unique items made by the LCA classes, and much more.  The silent auction will include packages for the women, men, and kids.

A major item we are featuring this year is a personalized guitar given to us by none other than Garth Brooks.  Mr. Brooks will sign the guitar with the winner’s requested text before sending it.

How did LCA secure such an amazing auction item?  One of the LCA parents, Mrs. Jodie Gray, volunteers for the production of the Kennedy Center Honors every year.  This time she was assigned to host Garth Brooks for the weekend.  This proved to be an honor and an amazing time getting to know this country music icon.  Mr. Brooks was very interested in learning about the Classical education model at LCA and about life on the Eastern Shore.

At the end of the weekend, he hugged her and said, “you let me know if there’s anything that I can ever do for you.”  Honors volunteers are not permitted to ask for anything of their guests, but since he opened the door, she said that an item for the Annual Auction would be wonderful.  Mrs. Gray was thrilled with the unexpected offer of a personalized guitar, which was given specifically “because it was for a school”.  In addition, Mr. Brooks said, “we’ll send a signed copy of Miss Yearwood’s cookbook, too.”  He always refers to his wife as Miss Yearwood.  The signed cookbook will be offered at the auction as a separate item for bid.

This event is open to the public. Tickets in advance are $40 and will be $45 at the door. For more information or to reserve tickets or sponsorship, visit https://lcamd.ejoinme.org/Auction2014 or email the PTO at pto@lcacademy.org.

guitarThe guitar to by personalized by Garth Brooks, featured as a live auction item at Lighthouse Christian Academy’s Annual Auction on April 26 at Prospect Bay Country Club.

Towson Invitational 2013

It is time to think about the early spring at PBCC. That means the 15th annual Towson Invitational Intercollegiate Golf Tournament is fast approaching. Be sure to make time to come out and see the 26 team field playing the Prospect Bay course from March 30 – April 2, 2013. This year features the largest field in the seven year history that the event has been held at Prospect Bay Country Club.

Some of you will remember the 2007 medalist from St, John’s University, Keegan Bradley shot 2 under par to win the honors. Keegan has gone on to play on the PGA tour and has won 3 PGA events including the 2011 PGA Championship. Several other notable golfers who have turned professional after playing in the Towson Invitational include Billy Hurley III, (Navy), John Hahn, (Kent State) and Nyasha Mauchaza (Towson).

This year’s event will be sponsored by Whiting-Turner Contracting Company and will include teams from the following colleges and universities: Returning champions: Navy, Loyola, Seton Hall (2012) and Towson. Newcomers to the tournament include: Cleveland State, Iona, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Robert Morris and University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Returning from last year: Bethune Cookman, SUNY-Binghamton, Canisius, Central Connecticut, Colgate, St. Peter’s, William and Mary, Fairfield, Fairleigh Dickenson, LIU, Longwood, Mt. St. Mary’s. Rutgers, Sienna and St. Bonaventure.

Invite your friends and come out to see this exciting event that showcases the talented golfers from these schools. You can get up close and personal by following your favorites as they take on the challenging 6,761 yard course from the tips.

Towson coach, Brian Yaniger has commented that Prospect Bay Country Club members have given the golfers a warm and friendly welcome in the seven years that the tournament has been held at this course. Show your support by coming out to watch some of the best golfers in the East.

Prospect Bay’s Buddy Up for Bosom Buddies Golf Tournament Kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Ten years ago, a group of Prospect Bay women dedicated to making a difference in breast cancer prevention began what has become an annual and highly anticipated event, the Rally for the Cure Golf Tournament. This year the group decided to “Keep it Local” and partnered with Bosom Buddies Charities to host the Buddy Up for Bosom Buddies Golf Tournament on September 14, 2012, as a kick-off to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Working together, the Prospect Bay group and the Bosom Buddies raised over $10,000 to help improve the breast cancer survival rates in Queen Anne’s County.

The Buddy up for Bosom Buddies Golf Tournament, held with the beautiful backdrop of Prospect Bay Country Club, brought together 100 golf enthusiasts and supporters of the cause so dear to the hearts of both groups of women. In addition to the participants, 40 local businesses sponsored golf holes and 95 additional businesses and supporters donated items for the two auctions held during the luncheon that took place in a packed Clubhouse. “We are so grateful to the ladies of Prospect Bay and their many friends for their support of Bosom Buddies Charities,” said Bosom Buddies Golf Tournament Chair Linda Bailey. “Bosom Buddies thanks Linda Bailey and Karen White, both Prospect Bay residents and supporters of Bosom Buddies, for all their hard work and dedication to our cause,” said Bosom Buddies Board Chair Biana Arentz, whose mother is a breast cancer survivor.

Bosom Buddies has been a force for good in the community since its inception in 2006. The group’s mission of promoting breast cancer awareness, encouraging early detection, supporting treatment, and celebrating healing, keeps them fully committed to activities that transform those words into tangible benefits for Queen Anne’s County residents. Bosom Buddies has raised over $1 million in five short years and funnels the proceeds from all fundraising events back into the community. The organization has donated the digital mammography equipment at the Kent Island Breast Center, funded a highly successful Survivor Retreat last spring, and supports a nurse navigator to help guide breast cancer patients through complex medical systems and negotiate through the barriers to care along the continuum. This year’s Taste of the Island Ball—their major fundraiser—will be held January 19, 2013.

Bosom Buddies Charities encourages all women to discuss with their physicians the appropriate mammography guidelines for their particular medical history, and encourages all women over 40 to have their annual mammogram during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And because our focus is local, we especially urge all Queen Anne’s County residents to visit our website, www.bosombuddiescharities.org, to learn more about Bosom Buddies Charities and how we may help each other make our community a healthier one.

“Rally for the Cure” Golf Tournament

The Prospect Bay Country Club in Grasonville, Maryland was the proud sponsor of a very successful “Rally for the Cure” golf tournament on Monday, September 20, 2010. The PBCC ladies organized the annual event which was designed to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer and to raise funds for breast cancer awareness and research. The rally raised $14,200 which will be contributed to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation to be used for local Maryland initiatives.

One hundred and twelve ladies participated in the eighteen hole tournament to “Tee Off Against Breast Cancer.” The winners were as follows:
• First place: Beth Wieczorek, Karen Seibel, Lori Yacobi, and Dorothy Cahill won the tournament with a score of 65 after a match of cards.
• Second Place: Karen White, Karen Dooley, Mary Watko, and Bianca Hutton came in second with a score of 65.
• Third place: Linda Bailey, Julie Dixon, Sherry Leisenring, Liz Young
• Pink Ball first place: Ellen Taylor, Diana Wolfe, Sheila Chittams, Janine Harig
• Pink Ball second place: Susan Ponchock, Joan Posner, Kathy Kelly, Dee Dee Murphy
• Longest drive: Karen Seibel
• Straightest drive: Joyce Stilson
• Closest to the pin on the Rally Holes: Diane Godfrey and Jan Thompson
• Pretty in Pink: Marge Fuller
• Congratulations to all of our winners!

Our rally planning committee worked since April to ensure the success of this tournament. Thank you to Sue Bray, Dot Dernoga, Marian Dipboye, Karen Dooley, Caryn Taublib, Pam Timony, Mary Watko, Karen White, Liz Young, and Deb Zussman for their tireless efforts.

Many local businesses and individuals, as well as the Prospect Bay Country Club supported the rally with generous donations, hole sponsorships, and volunteer hours. Rich Setter, Mike Norton, Tom Tipton and their staffs provided a top notch tournament, outstanding playing conditions on the course, and a fabulous luncheon. Thank you to everyone who made this event such a success.