Happy New Year!
These last few weeks of 2020 have been challenging for everyone, and we hope that you are all safe and healthy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We feel extremely fortunate to be able to welcome our members to the Club in the New Year of 2021.
As the state of this public health emergency changes from day to day, we will remain focused on keeping our employees and our members safe, healthy, and informed. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Please wear a mask
Everyone will need to wear a mask at all times in the Clubhouse. We want to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Don’t have a mask? No problem! Call us ahead of time and we’ll bring one to the door for you.

Practice social distancing if dining in
Please remember to stay a safe distance (at least 6 feet) from other members of the Club. Let’s all be as safe as possible.
And thank you for your compliance.
Social Distancing
Don't feel like coming inside? That's alright! We will remain open for curbside pickup as well. Call ahead of time to place your food order and we'll bring it out to your vehicle.
Board Members
Board of Directors
Commodore - Neil Martin
Vice Commodore - Rick Means
Rear Commodore - Stewart Brenegar
Secretary - Melissa Nehrbass
Treasurer - Lisa Candella

Board Members
Robert Brumback
Danny Dangerfield
Mary Harrington
Michael Hatchett
Cynthia Watson
Dominic Velardi

Please note:
The Annual Meeting is scheduled for Friday, January 22nd
Details will be send in a separate e-mail from the secretary.
Events and Food Specials
of the Month
Fun Fact - Did you know?
The Word Taco Means “Light Lunch”
Roughly translated, the word taco means “light lunch” there are other translations too, such as “plug” or “wad.” However, most people use the “light lunch” translation. It seems a bit odd considering most people can’t resist tacos enough to keep it light.
According to NationalTacoDay.com, Americans are eating billions of tacos every year, 4.5 billion to be more specific.

Fun Facts Any Pasta Lover Will Appreciate
Spaghetto is the singular word for spaghetti. Generally speaking, Italian words ending in "O" are singular and words ending in "I" are plural.

Before machinery, pasta was kneaded by foot. Because pasta dough is so tough, workers would walk over large batches of dough to knead it and a single batch would take "a full day's walking" to make.

Al dente pasta not only tastes better, it keeps you full longer. This is because it takes longer to digest al dente pasta than it does overcooked pasta ― thus making you feel full longer.

The average Italian eats 60 pounds of pasta per year...While Americans eat just 26 pounds a year.
Family Deal is back!
Feeding an entire family is very different than feeding one person. We are looking to ease your meal planning by offering Family Meal Packages. We will be presenting something different each week. Curbside pick up service will be offered. Simply place your order with us by 2 pm every Thursday, schedule the time of pick up, we will bring your order out to your car.


Those who grew up observing traditions of the Catholic Church will know all about the meat guilt on Good Friday.
The more devout followers of the religion will have had this guilt probably every Friday, and many households will still observe a fishy Friday due to the Christian tradition.

Learn why we eat fish on Friday
Recipe Share with Chef Chun began as a recorded video posted online in attempt to connect with WYCC membership during the times of pandemic. Since then, our family of viewers has grown and has inspired us to expand our horizons and start doing it in person. We hope to surprise you with many more yummy recipes in the new year. Please make reservations if planning on attending. Otherwise, follow us on Facebook Live Stream.

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400 Maxwell Lane, Newport News
VA, 23606