Dear Members of the Waugh Chapel Swim Club,
I wanted to take a minute to send a quick letter to the entire membership expressing our thanks and appreciation for a successful 2019 season. I also wanted to thank everyone for their patience and understanding this year as we were able to work through some of the issues and incidents that may have occurred.
We have a lot of dedicated folks on the Board of Directors who volunteer their time to be able to provide the membership with an enjoyable experience every time you are there. In order for any organization to improve and get better, feedback, whether positive or negative, is a valued contribution. I would like to ask everyone to take a few minutes and let me know what we did well this year and what you think we need to work on. What did you like about this past year and what did you not like? What do you think we could have done differently? Do you have any suggestions for the 2020 pool season? This will help us in the off season to possibly make changes that will positively affect the membership next year and for years to come. Please send all responses to President@WCSwimclub.org.
We are still in need of some volunteers for vacant Board positions. We are in need of a Vice President, Socials Director, and Communications Director. The list of duties and responsibilities can be found in the By-Laws. If anyone is interested, please send me an email and list any relevant experience so we can discuss and invite you to meet with the Board; please send by Oct. 7. Unfortunately, if no one shows an interest in certain positions such as the Socials Director, we will be unable to provide the membership with the same amount of events and activities that you may have become accustomed to over the years. We will no longer have opening weekend activities, decorations, events such as the Crab Feast, Hawaiian Luau, etc. We will operate like a traditional pool and always provide excellent customer service from our lifeguards, front desk and snack bar staff, but we will not be able to provide activities above and beyond that if we continue to receive no interest in the available Board positions.
I hope everyone enjoyed this past year. We are excited for the upcoming improvements we are planning in the off season and can’t wait to see everyone next pool season.
Join us for WCSC’s Annual Crab Feast! You get to eat to your heart’s content not only delicious, succulent, meaty Maryland crabs, you also get All-U-Can-Eat shrimp, crab soup and corn on the cob, plus a drink! Servers bring crabs right to your table – no setup, no cleanup – it doesn’t get any easier than this folks. You just sit, pick, hang out with friends and enjoy. And the Tiki Bar will be OPEN! Online sales are now closed but you can still buy tickets at the front desk.
Tickets prices vary based on age:
Adults ages 13 & up: $40
Kids ages 8-12: $20
Kids ages 4-7: $5
Kids 3 and under: FREE
WCSC, in partnership with Titan Cigars, will be hosting its inaugural HERF – the first ever held at the pool, and we’re hoping it becomes a tradition! Taking place on Friday, July 26, 9pm – midnight, the HERF includes:
- Two cigars
- Two Drinks (selection of whiskey, bourbons, scotch and wine),
- Italian cold cut sandwiches from Capri’s in Glenn Burnie.
Extra cigars will be available for sale and there will be door prizes such as cigars, a humidor, lighters, and more.
Enjoy a night out with friends – men and women both are encouraged to attend this fun event. Only $50 per person!
Join us for Movie Night – Friday, July 12, featuring Moana! And she’s bringing her friends Pua, Tomatoa, HeiHei and of course – Demigod Maui! Movie starts at approx. 9:15 pm. Popcorn will be served for free and snacks will be for sale.
Get your tickets today for the Annual Luau! Taking place this coming Saturday, July 13, the luau is the hottest ticket in town! Dinner is at 7pm. Everyone’s favorite Hula girl, “Malia,” will be back with her fellow dancers for an enchanting evening that will transport everyone to the beautiful island of Hawaii. The fire dancer will be back too! Show starts at 9:15pm.
Buy tickets separately for the Dinner & Show – children get special discounts depending on age.
Ages 9 & Up – $10
Ages 4-8 – $5
Ages 13 & Up – $10
Ages 4-12 – $5
Kids 3 & Under with parent – Free!
Costs in a coconut shell, for Dinner & Show Combo:
– Ages 13 & Up – $20
– Ages 4-12 – $15
– Ages 4-8 – $10
Tickets are available at the front desk or buy them online today!
The menu is amazing – check out all the delicious Hawaiian fare you can enjoy.
- Chicken Egg Rolls with Mango Sauce
- Kalua Pork with King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
- Passion/Guava Sweet & Sour Meatballs
- Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken
- Pan Fried Noodles with Vegetables
- Coconut Rice
- Potato/Macaroni Salad
- Coconut Pudding White Cake
- Macadamia Nut Fudge Brownies
Missing a towel? A bathing suit? Goggles, swim toys, hat, shirt, koozie…need I go on? Please look through the Lost & Found at the pool to see if anything belongs to you. After June 30, everything will be stored in the back room so that we can start off with fresh L&F bins. Items will be available to look through for the next 15 days – please ask a lifeguard to see what is in the back. After 15 days, everything will be donated (all towels will be washed and donated to an animal shelter) or thrown away. There are some really nice beach towels here, so if you don’t want to lose yours – please look through the L&F as soon as possible!
Please come get any of your belongings!