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Paugusset Club Hosts Open House Saturday Afternoon

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May 152015
 

Screen Shot 2015-05-15 at 10.59.06 PMThe Paugusset Club, Club Road, Orange, will host an open house Saturday, May 16 from 12-3 p.m., opening its pool and tennis club to those who are interested in seeing the facility and all the amenities it has to offer families, couples, and singles.

For information about the club, click HERE.

From the Paugy website:

Since 1951 The Paugusset Club has been opening its gates to welcome old and new friends to enjoy the summer weather while having fun.

Whether you’re a tennis player, a swimmer or a lounger the club is every member’s home away from home. The setting is ideal for some relaxation and fun. The tranquility the wooded facility has to offer is an unexpected surprise.

Seconds from route 34 makes the daily ritual of packing up for Paugy a welcome chore. Once the car is packed the drive is short and sweet.

While at the club make sure to check out the snack bar. The snack bar is affordable, clean and offers something for everyone.  Come visit us and see what our club is all about.

Get Your Mismatched Socks Ready For Celebration Of Doc’s Life Today

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Apr 272013
 

Doc Whitney

George “Doc” Whtiney

George “Doc” Whitney was a treasured figure in Orange for several decades. His death on February 21, 2013, in Brattleboro, VT took the town by shock, as many had just watched him cross the finish line at the Chilly Chili Run 7 weeks earlier.

Different residents remember him for different things: his involvement in town government; his veterinary practice; affection for snakes; as a 5k runner; for his beautiful house on the hill next to Lake Whitney; but for sure everyone knew him for just being Doc Whitney.

Doc was a colorful guy. During road races, you could see him coming from a third of a mile away with his signature neon orange knit hat, mismatched socks (Yes, that was on purpose).

His daughters invite everyone to join them in a celebration of his life at the Paugusset Club, 1 Club Road, Orange on April 27 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Dress is casual, because that’s the way George would have dressed.

Anyone attending wearing matching socks will be asked to make a $10 donation to the Orange Country Fair, one of Doc’s passions.

Doc’s family asks that attendees write their personal recollections Doc and give it to them for inclusion in a family book.

For information, send an e-mail to DocWhitneyCelebation@hotmail.com.

Originally published on: Mar 22, 2013 @ 8:22 a.m.