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March 28, 2003 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-28

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The Future of Wabeek Country Club

An open letter to the readership

Dear Reader:

Over the past several months, rumors have circulated about the future of Wabeek Country Club. These rumors are
unfounded and malicious, and the source unclear.

With the current economic climate and the uncertainty of impending war, we have suffered the same hardships as most
businesses, including many clubs across the country. With the loss of members over the past year and the cost of oper-
ating, the 2003-year will be a challenge for Wabeek, as it will be for most clubs. With approximately 75 employees
who count on Wabeek for some form of remuneration, Wabeek Country Club is a viable presence in the communi-
ty and will continue to be so. Wabeek has contributed greatly to the community's financial health and cultural tapes-
try, and is committed to continuing on that same path.

Just as many Clubs in the area are experiencing a decline in membership due to economic hardships, so, too, is Wabeek.
To reassure future members of Wabeek's continued health, the Board of Directors have created a no-risk program for
new members. This program provides for no initiation for a limited time. With several membership levels to choose
from, including the best-valued Junior Membership in town, you will find one tailored to your family's needs. Difficult
times create opportunities for you that normally would not exist; this is one of them. We encourage you to visit our
web site @ www.wabeekcc.org . or call Wabeek's Marketing & Membership Director (248) 855-0700 for a tour and
more information on memberships.

Lastly, the members of Wabeek are to be commended for their unwavering loyalty to the Club. It is unfortunate they
have had to endure the rumors and uncertainty during these past several months. The Board of Directors, manage-
ment and staff thank them for their continued support and devotion.

The Board of Directors
Wabeek Country Club

Thomas Conroy
General Manager

The tradition continues at Wabeek Country Club. With an atmosphere of unhurried tranquility and pristine
beauty, this classically understated refuge offers members and their families an inviting backdrop to a
charming way of life. Enhancing the natural beauty of Wabeek Country Club is its ideal location,
exceptional amenities and gracious service.

Wabeek Country Club is proud to extend membership opportunities for
a limited time only with no initiation requirements.

Monthly all-inclusive obligations range from $400 to $1,100 for the 2003 year,
depending upon membership classification.

To schedule a tour, or for additional information regarding membership opportunities, please contact our Marketing
& Membership Director. For additional information on privileges of membership at Bloomfield Hills' premier mul-
ticultural club, please visit our website at www.wabeekcc.org

Wabeek Country Club is a private member owned club and all applicants are subject to the
customary club admittance procedures



4000 Clubgate Drive, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 r (248) 855-0700 - www.wabeekcc.org

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