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Rick Quick
Director of Golf
4255 Perretta
Drive  Canastota,
NY  13032
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Corey Quick
PGA Professional
Rob Quick
PGA Professional
Great to see so many players last week.   Now it appears that we are under the weather again for a while.  

We do have league meetings coming up this Sunday March 11th :  Friday night men's league is at 12 PM and
Monday night men's league is 1 PM.  If you are interested in playing please come on down. Both leagues have
a couple of available spots. These are 2 person teams- if you are with out a partner we usually have a spot
also available.  The bar will be open and basketball and golf will be on the T.V., maybe a card game might

All clothing is on sale- so if you need a gift or want to do next year's Christmas shopping- perfect time to get
a deal.

Memberships for this season are also available-  also covers your league green fee's, discounts on all
Casolwood events, use of over 20 reciprocals, eligible to play in all member-guest and Ryder cup events.

On the lighter side:  Seeing how we have snow again and feels more like Christmas- this is how our Christmas
tree cutting event went.  Tam & I like to cut our own tree so got up early to beat the crowd.  Walked way
back in and found a nice big tree.  I forgot the saw!! Fortunately one of the other early tree hunters brought 2
and let me borrow his.  So now I cut down the tree- and drag it out to the pick up place where we waited for
the tractor to pick it up.  While waiting Tam noticed a nest in the tree- I quickly disposed of the birds nest and
we waited.  Tam decided to get more of the nest out and out popped a mouse!  She knew it wasn't a birds
nest- had a great laugh and the guys showed up and gave the tree a good shake down just in case.  They
hauled it down- ran it through the bundle machine and home we went!!  Day 2:  finally brought the tree in, cut
the rope -perfect - until we saw our cats perched up on the couch peering into the tree.  We thought they just
smelled the mouse - we looked on every branch and saw nothing- false alarm.  Day 3:  Middle of the night we
hear a cat ruckus break out as they sometimes do- but this was more vicious.  Next morning we have a small
blood trail in the bathroom with the cats guarding the stove.  There was a second mouse.  Long story short-
we found the mouse- autopsy report not in yet but we feel confident the cats did it!!  Almost as good as the
Griswolds Christmas!!

Have a great week
Updated: 03/06/18