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September 28, 2023 News Bulletin

On the Course


Terrific news!  DCC fairways are about to make a giant leap forward with the acquisition of a “new to us” Toro dedicated ride-on fairway unit. This mower has the cutting units out in front of the operator, making it much easier to follow the same path on the cleanup. This results in remarkably improved definition between the fairway cut and the rough; in short, a much-improved course!

From the Ladies' Branch

We are delighted to announce that Paula Minty has once again offered to lead the DCC Quilt project!


Join this time-honoured tradition, which originated in 1976, to raise money for DCC through the Quilt Raffle.  Every year, some 40 to 50 volunteers design, quilt, assemble and sew a unique quilt that is presented for raffle at our DCC Cocktail Party, the signature social event of the season.  We are calling on our veteran quilters, and especially welcoming newcomers to this project.


Please sign up here. Further information will be provided this Fall.  Please email Paula Minty with any questions.

The minutes of the Ladies’ Branch Closing Meeting are now posted in the Ladies’ Branch section of the DCC website for anyone interested in reading about our activities this season.

The Social Schedule

DCC Clubhouse

Saturday, September 30th

5:30PM   Bar Opens

6:00PM   Casual Dinner

7:30PM   Music by Rob Lutes & Rob MacDonald


Join us for our final live music event of the season!  Award-winning singer-songwriter Rob Lutes and master guitarist Rob MacDonald will be on hand for an evening of soulful roots music.  Rob’s most recent album is 2022’s Come Around, which garnered four Canadian Folk Music Award nominations.  This is a must-see event!   Check out the reviews and videos on Rob's website. 


Dinner is now sold-out, but music-only tickets can be purchased at the bar; wristband required. 

The Grimmest Car Rally Ever

Saturday, October 7

Boyd Lake Road at 1:00pm

Gingerbread Clubhouse Dinner

DCC Clubhouse at 6:00pm

Gnome for the holiday?  Get ogre your elf and sign up now  for The Grimmest Car Rally Ever.  All the usual merriment including rallying at 1pm ($20/car) and feasting at 6pm (family-style chili dinner with all the fixings $15 per person!) plus, watch for a young prince charming you onto a boat racing team.

It's the end of the season...time to bring in the dwarf and keep the drive alive!

If the signup link isn't working for you, please email us and we'll sign you up.

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