The 21st Annual Pink Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament took place on October 19, 2018, at OC Golf Club

We had over 150 golfers! The more than $35,000 in proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Programs.
Thanks to all contributors for making this Tournament a great success!



What's Happening?

 Event coordinator – Judy Kight, 410-591-9291, judykight1968@gmail.com
2018 LPGA Amateurs, Eastern Shore Events

Click Here to See a 1-Page List of Our 2018 Events

Annual Holiday Shopping and Progressive Dinner in Berlin

 Date of Event – Wednesday, December 12, 2018

 Event description

Shop at Berlin stores – discounts provided to LPGA AGA members – Noon to 5PM

Appetizers / Cash Bar - Fins Restaurant (119 N. Main Street) 5:00 to 6:15 PM

Dinner – Atlantic Hotel (2 North Main Street) 6:30 to 8:00 PM (choice below)

Dessert & Coffee – The Globe (12 Broad Street) 8:00 to 9:00PM

 Dinner Selections- All include non-alcoholic beverage, salad, and rolls
--Twin bone-in pork chops topped with pancetta, nuts, golden raisins, demi-glace, starch and seasonal vegetable
--Broiled salmon with lemon dill beurre blanc, starch and seasonal vegetables
--Grilled portabella cap stuffed with eggplant caponata and melted fontina with cheese filled ravioli touched with marinara

 Cost - $58.00
Deadline for registration and refunds – Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Event Contact: Suzie Parker

Register Here


Fall Golf Leagues

Bear Trap Dunes, 7 Clubhouse Drive, Ocean View, DE 19970
Phone: 302-537-5600 ext. 1
Dates: Tuesdays, September 4 – October 30, 2018
Rate with cart: $30 for 18 holes and range balls - no 9 hole leagueTee times vary between 11:45 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. (Handicap of 40 required) One time fee of $10 for weekly prizes. If you are interested, please contact Anne McBride at awmcbride55@gmail.com 
or 914-224-4794.
Eagles Landing Golf Course, 12367 Eagles Nest Road, Berlin, MD 21811
Dates: Thursdays, September 20th - TBD
Details: 18 hole rate - $35 - beginning after 1:00 p.m.
9 hole rate - $20 - beginning at approx. 3:00 p.m.
If you are interested, please contact Joan Twigg at joantwigg1@gmail.com to be added to the weekly Evite list. If you need to speak with Joan, please call 443-370-2710. 
DE Fun League will continue Fall play on Mondays at the following courses: 
Salt Pond, Plantation Lakes, and Mulligans Pointe.
If you are interested, please contact Bonnie Patrick at patrick2350@mchsi.com to be added to the weekly Evite listIf you need to speak with Bonnie, please call 302-539-1719.



Enter a Score, or Establish Your Handicap. Click Here. 
MUST LOGIN. Select "My Handicap". 
If you have forgotten your password, select "Login to Member Clubhouse" and follow the reset prompts.
(This is formerly the EWGA Member Clubhouse)


Need to Rejoin EWGA? 302-750-2116

As in previous years, EWGA is providing Chapters the opportunity to offer a special discount of $20 to new members who join at the classic level.

In addition, LPGA Amateurs members who want to rejoin can take advantage of the "Once a member, always a member" pricing.  Members who have lapsed for any length of time do not have to pay the new member fee and can rejoin at the annual renewal price of $130.  (Please call LPGA Amateur Golf Association HQ at 561-691-0096 ext. 110 to reactivate the account prior to completing the process online).

For each event, a deadline is posted within the registration information found on our website.  Refunds for events will be governed by this deadline date--refunds will not be made if a member cancels or does not show up at an event beyond the deadline time frame.  Exceptions will be made for extreme circumstances.  Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.




Tips and Tricks from the LPGA Amateur Golf Association Headquarters' Website

How do I log into the LPGA Amateurs Member Clubhouse?
If you are on LPGA Amateurs Golf Association then click the ‘SIGN IN’ button on the top right of the home page and then proceed to enter your email address and password.
If you are on the Quick Links page of the upgraded member clubhouse (https://members.ewga.online/), click the ‘LOGIN’ button on the top right of the screen and then proceed to enter your email address and password.

How do I reset my password?
If you completely forgot your password, click on the reset password hyperlink on the login screen. You just need to remember which email address you used as your primary contact with LPGA Amateurs. You should receive a response in less than 5 minutes with a link back to the sign-in. If you haven’t received it, check your spam mail. Should all else fail, and you don’t receive an email, please email member@myewga.com for further help.

Where do I find the stuff that used to be in the old LPGA Women Who Play Member Clubhouse?
My Profile - demographic information is now found under ‘My Profile’ in the new Member Clubhouse.
My Connections - this functionality is going away. You can still search for other members by going to ‘Member Directory’ in the new Member Clubhouse.

How do I renew my membership?
Log into your account. Select ‘My Profile’ and click on the ‘Overview’ tab. An orange ‘Renew’ button will appear on the right side of the screen next to your membership level. Click on this button and follow the instructions to renew your membership.


Did you know ...

 According to Research that volunteering leads to better health ?

The LPGA Amateur Golf Association of the MD/DE Eastern Shore Chapter is run solely by volunteers. In order to make the magic happen throughout our season we need YOU!

See any area of interest from the list below?  If you answered yes, please contact Beth Deeley at bdeeley67@mac.com.

Newsletter Assistant, Pink Ribbon Committee, Historian/Photographer, Join the LPGA Board, Co-chair an event, Assist with a league, Participate in the Junior Golf Tourney, Website assistant, Your League news journalist, Charitable Giving Committee

December 19th was a beautiful day for golf at Ocean Pines Golf Club.
Congrats to Holly Calcara for her long chip shot on No, 4 Par 5,
giving her a well-earned par! 


Through our partnership with Troon Golf, any member who makes a hole-in-one during a LPGA Amateurs-sponsored event receives a complimentary round of golf for four at a Troon Golf facility.
You just need to send a copy of your scorecard, attested by your playing partners, and verified by the club’s Golf Professional (if possible).  Also include the yardage of the hole, the hole number, and the golf club you used to make the shot.
Send your information to
amanda_hoey@ewga.com and she will coordinate with Troon to have your certificate for your complimentary golf sent to you – as well as get you posted as an inductee of the Hole-in-One Club on the LPGA website!

Also, be sure to let one of the Chapter board members know about it so we can publicize it in our newsletter.




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LPGA/EWGA Alliance

LPGA Amateur Golf Association
Eastern Shore of MD/DE Chapter
As most of you may know, we have a new name! We are now the LPGA Amateur Golf Association. Our new website address is: lpgaamateurseshore.com. Please bookmark this in your favorites. If you use the former address, it will automatically point to the new one. This re-direct will remain in effect for the next several months.
So, what does all of this mean to you?
This alliance doesn’t change anything we do as a Chapter. It does provide the strength of the LPGA as they work with us to remain committed to the EWGA’s core membership, golf and event experiences, now powered by the LPGA brand.
Mike Whan, LPGA Commissioner, said, “We have the same mission and that is to bring women into the game of golf. I don’t care if you play competitively, for work events or just for fun, you are important to this alliance and we want you to play and stay. With the resources and global reach of the LPGA and the passion and commitment of EWGA, I believe we have what it takes to make women’s golf bigger, stronger and better for decades to come.”
In the coming weeks, you will see us replace the EWGA logo with our new logo on the website, newsletter, facebook and all other written communication. We’ve also taken this opportunity to change our tagline to incorporate our Delaware membership which is now almost half of our total members.
We hope you are as excited as we are about this new venture! Please reach out to any Board Member with questions, concerns or comments.


Board Members Contact Information:
Lorri Urban, President: lorriurban@msn.com
Sharon Repass, Director of Records: srepass@comcast.net
Tricia Murphy, Director of Golf Programs and Services: mpmurph51@aol.com
Sue Flynn, Director of Events and Activities: sueflynn0807@gmail.com
Beth Deeley, Director of Member Services: bdeeley67@mac.com
Judy Kight, Director of Member Recruitment: judykight1968@gmail.com
Susan Penn, Director of Marketing and Communication: slpenn33@msn.com

Our Charities

Giving Back

The LPGA Amateur Golf Association – Eastern Shore MD/DE Chapter is a successful organization and that is all due to our many, many volunteers and our membership, which grows every year.

 We raise money for one large charity, the American Cancer Society, with a Pink Ball Week held in August of each year and our long-running Pink Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament held in October of each year. It’s time we gave back a little more. So, we are adding two more charities—one in Sussex County, Delaware and one in Worcester County, Maryland.

 What is Your Voice – Sussex County

What is Your Voice, Inc.? Peer Support Advocates empower women and children to live violence-free lives. The objective of this organization is to reduce the risk of women or children repeating the cycle of violence or fleeing from violent homes, becoming a statistic of poverty, homelessness, addiction or human trafficking. They provide a holistic approach of healing through intensive aftercare for the whole person--Body, Soul and Spirit--while breaking the cycle of violence within Sussex County, Delaware.

The focus is a holistic view of the initial needs of victims in full crisis, providing support in the journey through the courts or requiring long-term care. They target stabilization in all forms, removal of isolation for community connection, empowerment and economic self-sufficiency. They address financial and health needs, isolation, trauma, PTSD, educational direction or employment, housing needs for temporary shelter and entrance into rental situations.

Diakonia – Worcester County

Diakonia operates two locations in West Ocean City, Maryland where it provides emergency and transitional housing, emergency food services, and counseling and assistance for its residents. More than just a shelter, the organization attempts to address the root causes of homelessness through a variety of programs and initiatives.

For those who are in danger of becoming homeless, for whatever reason, Diakonia offers counseling, guidance and assistance in accessing a wide variety of support programs and, where necessary and appropriate, financial assistance for certain housing-related costs. For those who are homeless, Diakonia offers a roof over their heads as well as counseling and support in addressing the issues that contributed to homelessness in the first place.  Diakonia also operates a food pantry that provides food assistance to hundreds of needy families every month. 

The source of our contributions to these wonderful organizations will come from our 50/50 contests that we hold throughout the year at many of our events. Half of the money that normally goes into our ‘account’ will be spread equally between these two charities.



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At the 2018 End of Year Banquet at Seacrets,
Mktg & Comm Dir, Susan Penn, gives a Special Recognition award to Janet O'Brien. Congratulations Janet!

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Winners--Lighthouse Sound Member/Guest 2018!
Closest-to-the-Pin /  Beth Deeley
Longest Drive / Dan Naleppa
Longest Drive / Peggy Meyerowitz 

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Sunset League Captain Beth O'Malley with
League Winner Maura Vlachos

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Rum Pointe Captain Linda Truitt, League Winner
Trisha Whistleman, and Captain Claire Walker

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Magnolia Rifle is collected and curated for the bohemian woman with a classic flair. She’s ahead on the trends, but savors the timeless staples in her wardrobe. Stumbling her way to the next milestone, she’s currently searching for her next creative project. She finds inspiration in the everyday, excitement in simplicity, and opportunity in adventure.

Ever since I was a little girl, I knew I was destined for a career in fashion. My mom was a merchandiser and stylist for a local boutique, and from age 14 to 18, I spent my afternoons styling windows and choosing pieces. Just like the thread in my needle, I was hooked on the industry and anything to do with it.  I started fueling my passion in high school by creating a fashion blog. What began five years ago as an artistic outlet turned into a profitable entity that still exists today!

After high school, I packed my bags and journeyed south, spending four, unforgettable years at Savannah College of Art and Design. Originally enrolled as a fashion design major, I eventually found my true strengths laying in the business side of things. I graduated with a degree in merchandising and moved back home to Ocean City, Maryland.

I worked a few different jobs during my first post-grad year, but couldn’t find anything broad enough to explore all my interests. During college, my partner Harrison and I created content for nationally-recognized brands – photos, campaigns, magazine spreads… The works. But when I went back home, no one was doing that for the little guys. With my fancy new education, I knew I could be that person. And thus, Lt Grey Creative was born.

I’ve been the boss of my own advertising agency for just over a year, and I absolutely love it. Every day I write, design, and brainstorm for small businesses. While I’m very passionate about this work, I never stopped thinking about that boutique I grew up in. One day, I just decided to do it. Follow my dreams. And here we are.



Ms. Efficiency - Professional Organizer

Life is More Fun When You’re ORGANIZED!

Amy Fisher – a.k.a. Ms. Efficiency – a Professional Organizer with over 16 years’ experience helping her clients de-clutter their homes and simplify their lives. Amy grew up in Nebraska, lived in Colorado for 35 years, and has just recently moved to Sussex County.

Late to practice because your kids can’t find their sports gear? Can’t park your car in your garage? Ms. Efficiency has simple solutions to tackle those trouble spots – closets, pantry, garage, attic and mudroom.

Piles of never-ending paperwork taking over your dining room table and kitchen counters? Ms. Efficiency has proven strategies for handling your incoming mail, paying the bills, filing – even kid’s school-related paperwork and artwork.

Unsure about a Professional Organizer? Here are some frequently asked questions:

  1. What does Ms. Efficiency offer that I can’t do myself?  My goal is to help you get started and then break through that feeling of being overwhelmed. Getting (and staying) organized does not come naturally to everyone and we all could use an extra pair of hands. I also help keep you focused – so we stay on task and get the job done! Working together with you, we will come up with a game plan that works for you and your family.
  2. Will you make me get rid of everything?  Never! As your “coach”, I will support you in making decisions about what to keep and “give you permission” to let go of the things you’re holding on to for the wrong reasons. It really does help to have an un-biased, third party there to talk it through.
  3. Do I need to prepare for an appointment? Definitely not for the initial consultation. I need to see the space as is so I can make an accurate assessment of your situation. Don’t worry about any judgments from me – I’ve seen it all!!
  4. How long will it take? How do you charge?  Due to the nature of organizing, it is impossible to be precise about the amount of time required. Some clients are ready and willing to “let go” of the clutter and others might need a bit more hand-holding. I do charge by the hour – I am happy to give you an estimate during our initial consultation and let you know as we progress if that needs to change.
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  6. Can you provide references?  You bet!

I know, from personal experience and from 16 years of client feedback, how liberating it is to clear the clutter, reduce excess, and organize the rest! Now that the kids are back in school – and your summer guests have all gone home – it’s the perfect time to take some time and complete a few chores from that To-Do list. The Holidays are right around the corner…

 Call me today for a free consultation!

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Become a LPGA Eastern Shore  of MD/DE Chapter Sponsor or recommend a Sponsor!

 Cost for one year is $75 for members or $100 for non-members. Sponsor benefits include the following:

  • Business featured on our website with your logo, business card and a link to your website

  • Logo and or business card  in our E-newsletter 

  • Sponsor Spotlight during the year in our E-newsletter and  website

  • Opportunity to attend a chapter event to showcase your business or host an event for LPGA members at your location

For more information on how we can promote your business and to become a sponsor, contact Susan Penn:  slpenn33@msn.com or 410-598-5880