Nikki Hoffman

Colorful flowers, fresh air and fun are all facets of springtime in Central Florida. In celebration, Harbor Hills invites you to enjoy an exceptional Easter brunch on Sunday, April 21. It includes a hot buffet station, a carving station and salad and dessert stations. The hot buffet station includes Chicken Coq Au Vin and Salmon with Red Pepper Coulis. The carving station features lamb with mint jelly, oven-baked ham and prime rib.
Adult cost is $32.95. Pricing is reduced for children ages 6-12. Children ages 5 and under eat free. Unlimited champagne and mimosas are $8.79. Serving times are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations required. Call 352-753-7000.
Club members and their families are encouraged to grab your Easter baskets and meet us at the back of the clubhouse on Saturday for a special Easter egg hunt filled with surprises. The hunt will begin promptly at 2PM. The Easter bunny is making a special appearance!
March was an exciting month for golf members. Both men and women competed for the 2019 Harbor Hills Club Championship. Congrats to repeat winner Wanda Kurka. Kathryn Dannelly is the low net champion. The men’s champion is Ravi Velappan, second place Kevin Chun and third place, Jay Shaktawat.
The Harbor Hills Men’s Golf Association hosted the 2019 Presidents Cup Stroke Play. The low gross winner is Bill Collier. The low net winner is Leo Chancellor. Harbor Hills golf members are always excited to participate in the Member-Member Match Play. Five flights were fielded with the overall winners Butch Carlson and Steve Gordon. Bruce Wiegmann stunned with ‘closest to the pin’ on both days. Congrats to all!
And congratulations to the Harbor Hills Ladies Charity for another spectacular event! The Unique Boutique clothing sale raised more than $12,000 to help those in need in our local community.

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