REPORTER FILE PHOTO The Shelter Island Country Club will have a new eatery, The Flying Goat, and financial reforms for the 2017 season, according to a report presented to the Town Board Tuesday.
A new group of officers on the Shelter Island Country Club’s (SICC) board of directors reported to the Town Board Tuesday on plans to overcome serious financial problems.
According to a report presented to the board, membership revenue for the club at Goat Hill last year was down 25 percent over 2015, greens fees were off 18 percent, bar sales took a 40 percent hit and the total income of the club was down 34 percent. (more…)
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The Shelter Island Country Club’s clubhouse at Goat Hill.
The Shelter Island Country Club (SICC) announced Sunday a new restaurant is slated for the Goat Hill clubhouse. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO The Shelter Island Country Club will be looking for a new restaurant at Goat Hill.
The Shelter Island Country Club’s financial picture is about as bleak as it was last year. And once again, another honeymoon with a restaurateur has ended in a split. Endless Summer Grille operator Peter Ambrose won’t be back at Goat Hill next year. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO The new chef at the helm at the Shelter Island Country Club is Peter Ambrose.
For the third successive year, the Shelter Island Country Club will have a new chef at the helm. Last year’s Vué will be replaced by “The Endless Summer Grille” under the direction of chef Peter Ambrose. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO| The United States Postal Service Long Island District Manager wrote to the Reporter this week..
From the post office
To the Editor:
The Postal Service is proud to be part of the Shelter Island community, where records of postal operations date back to 1846.
As the Postal Service Long Island District Manager, my commitment to you is professional, reliable and courteous service.
Upon learning about recent mail issues on Shelter Island, I immediately visited both post offices here. I am glad I made the trip. (more…)