Indian Creek Ribbon Cutting
Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club opens 'new and improved' facilities
Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club, 62 Club Drive, Kilmarnock, on May 16 held a ribbon cutting ceremony and champagne reception to mark the official opening of the club's new and improved Grill Room.
This space has been under renovation since January and thanks to the hard work and dedication of local contractor, Connemara Corp, project manager Ben Estes, Randall Kipp Architecture Inc. and many volunteers, members now have yet another new and refreshed space with upgraded ambiance and elegance, reported sales and marketing coordinator Megan Stephens.
The club's focus is not only on the culinary creations being prepared each day, but the experience and atmosphere of each and every venue the club offers to its members and their guests, said Stephens. The club holds a special place in the hearts of many and there is no doubt that the upgrades and enhancements will allow this to be true for many generations to come.
The unveiling of new spaces for the club continued with the Memorial Day Grand Opening. Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held on the practice putting green and Willow Oaks Terrace, two additional major projects undertaken by the club this past year, she said.
Members enjoyed children's games, music by Right Turn Clyde, an all-American buffet and special ceremony to mark this special day, said Stephens.
Club president Len Hoerneman, thanked member volunteers and project managers John Coyle and Charlie Sherupski for their time and diligence on seeing these projects through.
The Willow Oaks Terrace will serve as a comfortable outdoor dining venue with casual fare and the newly enlarged practice area is now available to help golfers sharpen their skills.
Membership information may be found at icycc.com or by visiting the club.