Golf Course Management

OCT 2014

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10.14 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 109 Dec. 3-4 — Wisconsin Golf Symposium Phone: 920-643-4888 Website: www.wgcsa.com Dec. 4 — Iowa GCSA Seminar, Otter Creek GC, Ankeny. Phone: 515-635-0306 Website: www.iowagcsa.org Dec. 4 — GCSAA Webcast: Science and perception: Communicating environmental issues with a scientifcally semi-literate society, John Stier, Ph.D. Contact: GCSAA Education Phone: 800-472-7878 Website: www.gcsaa.org/education/ webcasts.aspx Dec. 8 — Duff Shaw Classic, North Ranch CC, Thousand Oaks, Calif. Phone: 310-528-0723 Email: cyndy@cmnsupt.com Website: www.gcsasc.org Dec. 9-11 — Ohio Turfgrass Conference and Show, Khalahari, Sandusky, Ohio. Website: www.cogcsa.org Dec. 10 — GCSAA Webcast: Legume inclusion: A path toward greener golf course management, Jay McCurdy, Ph.D. Contact: GCSAA Education Phone: 800-472-7878 Website: www.gcsaa.org/education/ webcasts.aspx Dec. 15-17 — Washington Turf and Landscape Show, Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue. Phone: 253-219-8360 Website: www.wwgcsa.org Dec. 18 — GCSAA Webcast: From the trenches to the trencher: Leadership transition, Roch Gaussoin, Ph.D. Contact: GCSAA Education Phone: 800-472-7878 Website: www.gcsaa.org/education/ webcasts.aspx ——— To learn if you can receive education points for any of these upcoming programs, visit the External Education Listings in the edu - cation section at www.gcsaa.org/educa- tion/externaled/current.aspx. ——— We want to know about your event in advance. To submit an entry for "Com - ing up," please send your information fve to six months before you'd like to see it in the magazine. We run event information for three months. Send a contact name if all details are not fnal. Contact Golf Course Management, Attention: Coming Up, 1421 Research Park Drive, Lawrence, KS 66049-3859; 785-832-3638; fax: 785- 832-3665; email: hrichman@gcsaa.org. ON THE MOVE ALABAMA Patrick W. Pierce, formerly (C) at Grand National Golf Course, is now (Supt. Mbr.) at Grand National Golf Course in Opelika. CALIFORNIA Jim C. Adsit, formerly (I), is now (AS) at Anderson Tucker Oaks in Redding. Peter A. Fleming, formerly (Supt. Mbr.) at Canyon Lakes Country Club, is now (Supt. Mbr.) at Skywest Golf Course in Hayward. Scott K. Frame, formerly (A) at Saint Mark Golf and Resort, is now (AF) at City of Irvine in Irvine. Thomas Frey, formerly (Supt. Mbr.) at Harding and Wilson Municipal Golf Course, is now (Supt. Mbr.) at Hansen Dam Golf Course in Pacoima. Roger K. Friesen, CGCS, formerly (I), is now (A) at Dragonfy Golf Club in Madera. Jeff Hache, formerly (A) at Simi Hills Golf Course, is now (A) at Sinaloa Golf Course in Simi Valley. Eric T. Lewellen, formerly (S) at California Polytechnic State University, is now (C) at Course at Wente Vineyards in Livermore. Albert Nunes, formerly (Supt. Mbr.) at San Luis Obispo Country Club, is now (Supt. Mbr.) at Morro Bay Golf Course in Morro Bay. Adric Ryan, formerly (C) at Castle Pines Golf Club, is now (Supt. Mbr.) at Bayonet Course at Bayonet/Black Horse Golf Course in Seaside. Todd A. Shank, formerly (A) at Anaheim Hills Golf Course, is now (A) at Alhambra Golf Course in Alhambra. Kevin S. Shipley, formerly (C) at Maderas Golf Club, is now (Supt. Mbr.) at Carmel Highland Golf Resort and Spa in San Diego.

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