The Club has opened a book of condolence for former US President George HW Bush (pictured), who passed away on November 30.
The former vice president under Ronald Reagan served as the 41st president of the United States from 1989 to 1993.
Members are invited to sign the book, which is placed in the Formal Lobby (1F), through December 9.
The Stars and Stripes at the entrance to the Club will fly at half-staff until December 30.
Eight Members were voted onto the Board of Governors in the Club's annual election.
The results of the ballot were announced at the Club's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on November 20.
At the first Board meeting following the AGM, Michael Alfant was selected as representative governor. It is his third consecutive one-year term in the role.
In other Board positions, Jesse Green and Anthony Moore were named first and second vice president, respectively, with Betsy Rogers named secretary and Michael Benner continuing in his role as treasurer.
Trista Bridges Bivens
Women's Group Representative
CHOP Steakhouse's wine list has received international recognition for a fourth consecutive year.
The World of Fine Wine, a London-based magazine, awarded the Club restaurant three stars in the world’s best medium-size wine list category.
“It is extremely rewarding to see the efforts of our wine team continue to be recognized by this prestigious publication and its panel of industry experts,” says Sera Goto, the Club’s wine program director.
Now in their fifth year, the awards are regarded as the sommelier’s version of Michelin stars.
To celebrate these achievements, from November 12 to 16, diners at CHOP and American Bar & Grill can receive a complimentary glass of bubbly* when they mention this news to their server.
(*Limited to one glass per diner for the duration of the offer.)
Member satisfaction reached a record high in this year's annual Club survey.
Ninety-two percent of the 1,463 respondents rated the Club as either “excellent” or “very good,” up from 91 percent last year.
Membership value also improved, with 64 percent of Members deeming it either “excellent” or “very good.” Last year's figure was around 63 percent.
The Club’s top three draws for Members were the recreation and fitness facilities (75 percent), the dining outlets (70 percent) and family-oriented activities (38 percent).
Of the 26 Club areas evaluated, Member and Concierge Services received the highest rating.
The survey was conducted in September. Check the full survey results (log-in required).
The Traders' Bar taps will feature the Club's own beer from October 6.
Traders’ Session IPA, produced by Shizuoka Prefecture-based brewery Baird Beer, is a medium-bodied India Pale Ale, made from hops from America’s Pacific Northwest.
“While the Traders’ Session IPA bursts with character, it is also nuanced and supremely balanced," says Bryan Baird, owner of Baird Beer.
Members can sample the beer at First Friday: Oktoberfest on October 5.