New Year Means New Online Presence for the PAGCS


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The PAGCS will kick off 2016 with a new online presence.  A year in the making, the PAGCS has rolled out a new tech savvy and mobile friendly website. In conjunction with the new site, the PAGCS is streamlining its social media accounts.

The new PAGCS website will feature a user-friendly interface, along with specialized features, such as the new PAGCS Blog and an easier-to-access Members Only area. Members and friends of the PAGCS alike will enjoy a site that is quick to navigate and provides the information you need in one click.

Speaking of one click: the PAGCS is one click away on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and more. Check out the links on the home page or just search our handle: PAGCS 1925.

PAGCS Toy Drive Huge Success

toys 2Since 2012, the PAGCS has partnered with Think Grey and the Matthew Renk Foundation to collect Toys for CHOP during the Annual PAGCS Christmas Party. And 2015 proved to be the biggest success to date!

The Christmas party, held this year at Barnaby’s Havertown on Dec. 18, yielded over seven industrial sized [44 gallon] trash bags, overflowing with everything from books to games to gift cards.

The generosity of PAGCS members and friends proved once again that the spirit of Christmas always wins!


Passing of the Gavel: PAGCS Elects New Officers

Rob Nolek, Cedarbrook Country Club, accepts the gavel from outgoing president Jon Urbanski.

On Monday, November 9, the PAGCS held its Annual Meeting at Indian Valley Country Club. Among the order of business: elections.

The PAGCS elected former Vice President Rob Nolek, Cedarbrook Country Club, to the presidency, replacing the outgoing president, Jon Urbanksi, Bidermann Golf Club. Filling Rob’s shoes as Vice President will be Derrick Wozniak, Radley Run Country Club. Doug Rae, Applecross Country Club, will continue on as treasurer and Mark Rubbo, Spring Ford Country Club, as secretary.

For a full listing of Board Contacts, click here.