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CLUB MANAGEMENT GENERAL MANAGER Rick Coate SENIOR DIRECTOR OF FINANCE Angie Ng DIRECTOR OF FOOD & BEVERAGE Dan Durkin DIRECTOR OF MEMBERSHIP & MARKETING Rachel Ang ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF CLUB SERVICES Eleen Yap ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES Nerang Mohammad ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FITNESS & LEISURE Mark James ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MEMBER SERVICES Julie Zul F&B OPERATIONS MANAGER Duxbury Low DUTY MANAGERS Anthony Pabalan Palani Tharmalingam Ronald Ho MAGAZINE MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER Chloe Tan COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER Min Cheong-Subramaniam GRAPHIC DESIGNER Keith Chang GRAPHIC DESIGNER Jeslynn Cheang MEMBER ENGAGEMENT MANAGER Fadhil Azmi
PRESIDENT Landy Eng firstname.lastname@example.org VICE PRESIDENT Jill Morgenroth email@example.com SECRETARY Mathew Welch firstname.lastname@example.org TREASURER Alex Elkies email@example.com GENERAL COMMITTEE Alex Zecha Christina Maynes Lauren Ullman Marcella Sullivan Nasir Kausar Neetu Mirchandani Ngiam Siew Wei AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SINGAPORE Ashok K. Lalwani
TIME TO GO SITE-SEEING We're proud to announce the launch of the Club's brand-new website. It features a modern interface, improved functionality, enhanced mobile responsiveness and easy access to essential information so that you have the best user experience possible.
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AQUATICS SUB COMMITTEE CHAIR Benjamin Stewar t Lia Teismann Megan Bretting Sharon Pinto
GYM SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Kate McFarlane Charles (Chuck) Shriner Collins Roth
REDEVELOPMENT CLOSE-OUT TASK FORCE CHAIR Alex Elkies Paul Gagnon
STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE (SPC) CHAIR Nasir Kausar VICE CHAIR Alan Goodyear Alex Elkies Christina Maynes Landy Eng Lauren Alexandra Ullman
WORKING GROUP/ TASK FORCE
Nancy Ritchey Shernaz Varia Sofia Lim Todd Chang
Stephen Finch Tay Soo Seng
Virginia Cheuk Yasmin Ghale
RULES COMMITTEE CHAIR Marcella Sullivan James McFarlane Kam Nijar Michael Buchholz
Marcella Sullivan Mathew Welch Neetu Mirchandani Ngiam Siew Wei
COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE CHAIR Landy Eng Amy Talwar Jen Trounson Mark Garlinghouse COMPENSATION COMMITTEE CHAIR Landy Eng Alex Elkies Christina Maynes Jill Morgenroth
HEAL SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Tessa Pang Brian Schwender Jenny Setnicker Judy Chang Riyana Vikram Rupani HOUSE COMMITTEE CHAIR Ngiam Siew Wei Andrea J Wong-Monteiro Car y Horenfeldt Jill Morgenroth INVESTMENT SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Ann Marie Regal Alan Goodyear Ashok Kumar Greg Tanner
REDEVELOPMENT CLOSE-OUT TASK FORCE
Nara Nahm William Egan
STRATEGIC PLANNING WORKING GROUP CHAIR Mathew Welch
SOCIAL & DINING COMMITTEE CHAIR Mathew Welch VICE CHAIR Tessa Pang Arish Khajotia Dennis Mak Kim Eng Michael Schindler Mohan Mulani Ngiam Siew Wei Rajesh Narasimhan Ted Toth Veesheen Yuen SPA SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Jody Che Kate Reynolds Laurence Clements Sandra Johnson SPORTS & RECREATION COMMITTEE CHAIR Christina Maynes Benjamin Stewar t Harvey Glick Jody Che Kate McFarlane SQUASH SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Harvey Glick VICE CHAIR David Nishball
Alex Elkies Alex Zecha Christina Maynes Lauren Ullman Nasir Kausar TENNIS SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Nicole Bell Adam Radicic Bill Cornwell Lauren Ullman Morgan Steinman Rodrigo Floro Jr Sandeep Sharma
SOCIAL AND DINING
YOUTH AND FAMILY
DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE CHAIR Alex Zecha SECRETARY Mathew Welch Charles (Chuck) Shriner Mathew Welch
SPORTS AND RECREATION
Patrick Hyde Paul Gagnon
Klaus Duss Lucy Fung Steve Sun Todd
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PRESIDENT Landy Eng VICE PRESIDENT Jill Morgenroth SECRETARY Mathew Welch TREASURER Alex Elkies FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIR Alex Elkies VICE CHAIR Ann Marie Regal Jay Jobanputra Michael Bell Peter Brian Wood Richard Snowden Ryan
YOUTH & FAMILY COMMITTEE CHAIR Lauren Ullman Emily Sturchio
LIBRARY SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Shirley Kim VICE CHAIR Christi Novomesky Eunice Cheung Kam Nijar Kathy Brundage Shernaz Varia MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE CHAIR Nasir Kausar VICE CHAIR Alisha Barnes Andrew Kochar Eleanor Chan Gerrianne Richards
SUSTAINABILITY WORKING GROUP
Jody Che Kam Nijar Lucy Fung Neetu Mirchandani Tessa Pang
constitution review group
Stephen Finch Tay Soo Seng Thomas Wu
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Abesh Ghale Amina Islam Nitesh Gupta Sunil Mehta
FINE ART SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIR Emma Cherian Garima Lalwani Gerrianne Richards Henny Scott Laura Yung Shernaz Varia
Lim Chiwen Marlene Han Peter Succoso Thomas Wu
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250 F&B Dining Vouchers each Term Membership 250 F&B Dining Vouchers each Service Membership 500 F&B Dining Vouchers each Ordinary Membership 100 F&B Dining Vouchers each Service Membership (Annual Payment plan) 250 F&B Dining Vouchers each Ordinary Membership (Annual Payment plan) MEMBER REFERRAL PROGRAM
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WEAR IT WITH PRIDE Introducing the first-ever The American Club
Merchandise Catalogue. The collection features The American Club brand on cool wearables, homeware, leather goods and accessories.
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C ool, crisp breeze, the smell of trees and leaves, pumpkin sightings, back to school - fall is in full swing. From the hustle and bustle of summer, we’re ready to slow down and enjoy what the season has to offer. Looking forward to many festivities this quarter starting off with Singapore National Day, followed by the Club’s 74th Birthday Bash, Oktoberfest, Canadian and American Thanksgiving, Halloween and Deepavali. It’s a time marked with tasty food, good drinks, traditions and celebrations.
Second, as mentioned, our Redevelopment Project was completed by 2020. However, given our “survival mode” with COVID-19, no official building dedication was ever held. U.S. Ambassador Kaplan has recognized this and has agreed to officiate at our building dedication in September. We’ll check that box soon! Third, our internal systems, including our website, have been operating at an “end-of- life” mode. With that said, we are excited to have launched our brand-newClubwebsite and hope that you’ll enjoy exploring the site as much as I did. More technological enhancements such as the new Member Portal and point-of-sale system are in the works, and will be coming your way soon. Lastly, COVID-19 restrictions permitting, planning will continue for many “big tent” events including our annual Volunteer Appreciation, the Club’s Annual Birthday Bash, Canadian & American Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Lunar New Year’s and Super Bowl. Look out for these event dates to be announced soon. The Club's Fall and Winter events have always been our family's favorites and very meaningful. We'll make special arrangements to be in Singapore and we hope that you'll join us for a glass of wine or holiday eggnog at the celebrations, and sing along to a carol or two in the Lobby.
Pumpkin Chocolate Tart. The decadent Butterscotch Coffee Creamer will sure amp up the calories but sure to warm your tummy and heart.
For many Members in Singapore and those who are traveling, summer is winding down and we’re looking ahead. REFLECTIONS Over the last few years, the Club has experienced change. A massive Redevelopment Project was implemented lasting several years. It involved the construction of a new Scotts Road building and remodelling every touch point in our Claymore Hill building. Though the project was completed by 2020, global volatility was a challenge as we were hit with a global pandemic, natural disasters and geopolitical uncertainties. We still mourn those who were unexpectedly taken from us. The world, Singapore and the Club, are still coping with COVID-19 surges, supply chain disruptions, unrelenting inflation and effects of a faraway war. The Club has navigated successfully all of these challenges and can look back with confidence and pride. One key measurement of our resilience is our membership, whichhas grown toover 3,500 compared to 3,300 during the same period last year, despite all of the challenges. OPTIMISM What can we look forward to? Many things, and with optimism! First, our co-leads of the Strategic Planning Committee, Mathew and Nasir, will join me no later than September when we share our Vision 2030 at our GC Meet and Greet with Members.
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It’s time to party like a rockstar as the Club turns 74 this September. Two years after the refurbishment, let’s raise our glasses for a building dedication on September 16. Join Eli, the Club’s mascot, as he leads the celebration with a series of events for the whole family. From delectable food and drinks to a rock concert, get ready to let your hair down and party like the rockstar that you are. Fall is my favorite season. It’s a time of transition, a shift in gears f rom hectic to unhurried, f rom active to leisurely, f rom distracted to focused. And it’s just the perfect time for introspection, to take stock of the months passed and make plans to make the year a memorable one.
Taste of Singapore Brunch at Tradewinds
Whether you’re a Singapore newbie or almost-a-local, the National Day buffets are not to be missed! Tradewinds celebrates the best of hawker fare and The 2nd Floor celebrates local flavors with a modern twist. For celebrations at home, TAC2Go! has plenty to offer, and only one call away.
Central makes our sweet dreams come true. Get a slice of Germany through the Black Forest cake, a merry medley of chocolate, cherry and delicious. Discover why pumpkin and chocolate are made for each other with
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Ice Chai Tea, Butterscotch Coffee Creamer & Black Forest Cake
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Allison Liu Daisong INK IN ALIENATION
Exhibition period: July 1 – September 1, 2022
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An artist, scholar and collector, Allison captured the world’s imagination with her contemporary take on traditional shan shui (landscape) painting, using the media of ink and color on paper. A stylish Chinese painting that dates back to the 6th century, shan shui is famous for employing a different perspective. Instead of being art for the eyes, shan shui is an object for the mind to ponder. Alienation, was a deconstructed structure that Allison developed since 2019 to explore the boundary of the abstract expression. Her creations are rich in colors. Black was often applied for example – a color that symbolizes elegance and power. Collectors from all over the world including Southeast Asia, China, Europe, Canada and USA, have acquired her art. Allison has authored numerous publications on her research on Asian art masters such as Lim Hak Tai, Chen Wen His, Cheong Soo Pieng, Liu Kuo-Sung and Yeo Hoe Koon. She is also a distinguished speaker at various universities, banks and government bodies in Singapore and China. Allison is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Aesthetics at Renmin University of China.
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to party the night away! Here’s a sneak peek of the night's activities and dining o ers.
SAVE THE DATE! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 6:00 P.M. UNTIL LATE
EVENT HIGHLIGHTS • Live Rock Band
• Live DJ Set • Air Brush Tattoo
• Face Painting
• Rockstar-themed Photobooth • Movie Screening: Bohemian Rhapsody • Special Dining Menus
Song Art Foundation
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CONTENTS #174 Aug-Oct 2022
The American Club Mooncake 2022 Elevate your Mid-Autumn celebrations with the Club’s exquisite selection of baked classics and reimagined gems.
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NEW • Lychee • Black Sesame Bean Paste • Mini Custard (box of 8) • Mini Custard Lava with Salted Egg (box of 8)
CLASSIC • White Lotus Paste with Melon Seed • White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk • White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk RETURNING FAVORITES • Green Tea • Yuzu Low Sugar
Order via TAC2Go!
(Orders must be placed by August 10) EARLY BIRD EXCLUSIVE
10K & 15K Members Elite & VIP Members
Enjoy 10% off with every purchase of a carrier of four mooncake set
Enjoy 15% off with every purchase of a carrier of four mooncake set
Enjoy 20% off with every purchase of a carrier of four mooncake set
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Canadian Thanksgiving Brunch at Tradewinds (October 8 & 9) The Canadian Thanksgiving brunch at Tradewinds is a gathering of family and f riends to enjoy the ingredients and flavors of the harvest season. Tuck into in a perfectly prepared Thanksgiving feast featuring all of the traditional favorites, f rom juicy roasted turkeys to tempting pies.
Oktoberfest Family Set Brunch at The Second Floor (September 18) The 2nd Floor is set to bring a taste of Munich right here to the Club with a specially curated menu that features signature Oktoberfest dishes with a TSF twist. S E P T E M B E R Welcome Home Special Whether you spent your summer abroad or stayed on our sunny shores, we’re glad to have you back at the Club! Catch up with your f riends and family at Union Bar with 50% off all draft beer pints. Celebrate the largest beer festival in the world at Tradewind's Oktoberfest brunch. Sip a cold pint of Erdinger and dig into Oktoberfest classics such as the pork knuckle, sausage platter, schnitzel and more. Oktoberfest Brunch at The Galbraith Ballroom (September 25) Celebrate all things German at The Galbraith Ballroom's Oktoberfest brunch! Raise your steins and toss the empty kegs as you eat, drink and celebrate with traditional Bavarian food, live German music and specially brewed German beer. Now that sounds like a celebration you don't want to miss. Oktoberfest Brunch at Tradewinds (September 24 & 25)
Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Union Bar Get into the Halloween spirit at Union Bar’s Not-So- Scary Halloween Party. The interior will be decked out with spooky décor, complete with Halloween-themed food and drinks. Come dressed in your best Halloween costume and stand a chance to win a $100 Union Bar F&B voucher. Pumpkin Picking at The Galbraith Ballroom Join us as we transform The Galbraith Ballroom into a pumpkin patch of activities that includes a pumpkin carving workshop and complimentary Halloween candies to f ill up your pumpkin basket. Till Death Do Us Part Halloween Costume Party at The Galbraith Ballroom Dress up in your f reakiest, most spooktacular Halloween costume and join us for an eerie-sistible night of haunting spirits and bewitching brews at this adult-only event. Do the Thriller and dance the night away, fueled by a live band playing the most spellbinding music. F1 Final Race Watch Party at The Galbraith Ballroom After two years off the F1 calendar due to the global pandemic, the Singapore Grand Prix is back on track this 2022 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Grab your fellow motorheads and catch the f inal race live at The Galbraith Ballroom on October 2. Food and drinks are served. LIVE SCREENING: Major League Baseball World Series at Union Bar Wave your favorite team’s flag and watch them battle it out for the World Series Crown at Union Bar’s live screening of the MLB World Series.
Canadian Thanksgiving Family Set Brunch (October 9) Skip the meal prep this year and join us for a Canadian Thanksgiving feast at The 2nd Floor. Indulge in a seasonally harvested, prix f ixe menu that will keep you full and leave you grateful.
National Day Family Set Brunch at The Second Floor (August 9) Gather the entire kampung and feast on a spread of delectable dishes that spotlight a harmonious blend of East meets West, dashed with strong Singaporean flavors and influences.
National Day Brunch at Tradewinds (August 9)
Canadian ThanksgivingDinner at TheGalbraith Ballroom (October 10) Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on what you have been grateful for throughout the year. After feasting on our uniquely-Canadian dinner spread at The Galbraith Ballroom, we're sure that good food will rank up there.
What better way to celebrate Singapore’s birthday than to indulge in the nation’s favorite pastime: eating. Dig into the best of local flavors with a multi-ethnic line-up of traditional and modern delights. You’re sure to rate this brunch f ive stars. LIVE SCREENING: National Day Parade at Union Bar (August 9) Come dressed in red and white and catch all the action, song and dance on the big screen at Union Bar.
Deepavali Brunch at Tradewinds (October 22 & 23)
Indulge in rich, flavorful Indian cuisine on the Festival of Lights. Feast on a sumptuous Indian-inspired menu and round off your meal with decadent Indian sweets. Deepavali Brunch at The Galbraith Ballroom (October 23) From the smoking hot tandoor grills of North India to the richness of South Indian fare, you're sure to f ind your new favorite Indian dishes and sweets at The Galbraith Ballroom's Deepavali Brunch. Fang-tastic Halloween Brunch at Tradewinds (October 29 & 30) Spooky season is upon us! Delight in all things devilish and delicious at Tradewinds this Halloween weekend. Think monstrous munches, ghoulish drinks and wicked treats.
Welcome Back Carnival at The Galbraith Ballroom (August 28) Put on your most whimsical outf it and step right up for an afternoon of carnival games, live entertainment and scrumptious fair food. Try your luck at games such as Ring Toss, Milk Can Toss and Wild Wild West. Get ready to be wowed by a good ol' juggling circus act and magic show while you feast on magical fair food such as churros, corn dogs and brightly colored lollipops.
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SPA DEALS FOR AUGUST, SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER
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Achieve a dewy, porcelain-like skin with our 120-minute Signature Jade Radiance Facial at $300 and receive a complimentary Eye Treatment (worth $35). Body Relieve back pain, shoulder aches and tight knots with a 90-minute Hot Stone Massage at $175 (U.P. $210). Your body will thank you after the treatment. Hair Show your scalp a little TLC with 15% off a whole head Keratin Treatment (U.P. $440 onwards). Terms and conditions apply.
Laksa Spaghetti with Grilled Chicken Breast
• Laksa Spaghetti with Grilled Chicken Breast $18 • Creamy Mushroom Soup $10 • Breaded Drumlet Wings coated with Spicy Yakiniku Sauce $12 • Otah-Otah Sandwich $17 • Chicken Satay Pizza $18 • Curry Prawns with Tomato, Okra & Cauliflower served with Prata $20 • Pandan Kaya Cake with Gula Melaka Sauce $9 Beverage • Very Berry Smash $12 • Blanton’s Original $140
Mango Sago Pomelo Cake
The 2 nd Floor • Mango Sago Pomelo Cake $6 (Slice) / $45 (Whole) Beverage • Cold Brew & Cola $5.80 • Arnold Palmer $5.80 • Sambal Shrimp with Otak-Otak served in Kueh Pie Tee $23 • Lion’s Head Meatballs with Chili Crab Meat Sauce $23 • Iberico Pork Rib Satay with Peanut Sauce $57 • Grilled Maine Lobster & Tiger Prawns $57 Beverage • Sling Pop $15
Grillhouse • Chili Crab with Fried Mantou $14 • California Gourmet Burger with U.S. Ground Chuck Beef $22 • Vege Taco $13 • BBQ Pork Satay with Condiments $13 (8 pcs) / $25 (16 pcs) • Laksa Scallop with Mango Sauce Salad $24 • Vegan Tikka Masala $17 • Szechuan Style Pork & Cabbage Dumplings in Hot & Sour Vinegar & Chili Oil Sauce $13 Beverage • Pineapple Vodka Limeade $10
TAC2Go! Themed Family Bundles
National Day Bundle: Go local this August as we bundle up your favorite local dishes to celebrate Singapore’s National day. This meal is inclusive of a limited edition reusable shopping bag and Singaporean nostalgic goodies. Party Like A Rockstar Bundle: To celebrate the Club’s 74th birthday this September, TAC2Go! is bringing you an all-American meal bundle that is sure to rock your socks off. Each bundle comes with a complimentary Swag Kit. Oktoberfest Bundle: Say “prost!” to a fabulous Oktoberfest home party. TAC2Go!’s Oktoberfest bundle offers a hearty mix of Germany’s best meats and beer that will leave you feeling stuffed for days. Canadian Thanksgiving Bundle: Oh Canada, let the feast begin! This Canadian Thanksgiving, warm your bellies and hearts with TAC2Go!’s Canadian Thanksgiving meal bundle featuring the Club’s signature Whole Roasted Turkey with Gravy and Cranberry Sauce. Spookylicious Halloween Bundle: Get the most spook-tacular Halloween bundle and impress your family on the most f rightening time of the year. Exclusively available on TAC2Go!
Wok-fried Singapore Chili Prawn with Broccoli
• Wok-fried Singapore Chili Prawn with Broccoli, served with Jasmine Rice $23 • Spam Luncheon Meat Pizza $22 • Creamy Mushroom Soup with Croutons $8 • Lemon Chicken served with Jasmine Rice $17 • Veggie Patty Multigrain $18 • Mutton Dum Biryani $21 • Asian Cabbage Salad with Lemon Miso Vinaigrette $14 • Pandan Kaya Cake with Gula Melaka Sauce $9 Beverage • Bandung Milkshake $8 • Singapore Sling $10 Tradewinds
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Chili Crab with Fried Mantou
Sambal Shrimp with Otak-Otak
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SAVOR THESE SEPTEMBER SPECIALS
SCRUMPTIOUS OCTOBER OFFERINGS
Union Bar • Grilled Bratwurst Sausage $17 • Pork Schnitzel served with Sauteed Kale, Garlic Whipped Potatoes and Black Peppercorn Sauce $19 • Beef Cabbage Soup $10 • Texas Chili Dog with Shoestring Fries $15 • Pulled Pork Sandwich $18 • Chorizo & Pulled Pork Pizza $20 • Tandoori Chicken Tikka served with Raita, Mint Yogurt & Naan $19 • Black Forest Cake with Chocolate Sauce $9 Beverage • The Famous Bailey’s Shake $12 • Woodford Reserve Bourbon $140
Grillhouse • Nachos with Pulled Pork $20 • Guacamole Slider $23 • Buffalo Chicken Taco with Hot Sauce $16 • Oktoberfest Sausage Platter $22 • Tuna Avocado Salad $22 • Vegan Ball with Marinara Sauce $15 • Vegetarian Thai Green Curry $15 Beverage • Apple Sourz Vodka $10
• Pork Schnitzel $19 • Grilled Assorted Sausage Platter $23 (Available from Sep 17 – Oct 3 only) • Flammkuchen Pizza $20 • Honey Ham Soup $10 • Wok- fried Black Pepper Chicken served with Jasmine Rice $17 • Beer Braised Brats & Sauerkraut $18 • Paneer Tikka Masala $16 • Oktoberfest Salad $15 • Black Forest Cake $9 Beverage • Mango Milkshake $8 • Gin Rickey $10 Tradewinds
Central • Sweet Potato Pie $6 (Slice) / $45 (Whole) Beverage • Affogato $5.80 • Ice Honey Ginger Tea $5.80
Crispy Charcoal Battered Barramundi
Roasted Turkey with Bread Stuffing
Union Bar • Crispy Charcoal Battered Barramundi $20 • Roasted Turkey with Bread Stuffing, Garlic Whipped Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables served with Turkey Gravy & Cranberry Compote $25 (Available on Oct 10 only) • Creamy Pumpkin Soup with Croutons $9 • Crispy Pork Belly served with Chili Shrimp Sambal & Dijon Mustard $13 • Gourmet Sourdough Ham Sandwich $18 • Canadian Pizza $19 • Chickpea & Paneer Wrap $17 • Pecan Chocolate Tart with Salted Caramel Sauce $9 Beverage • Taj Mahal $12 • Meine Helle Weisse $11 • Meine Original $11
Nachos with Pulled Pork
Sweet Potato Pie
Grillhouse • Seafood Pancake $15 • Ahi Tuna Poke Avocado Tacos with Mango Passion Fruit Salsa $19 • Korean Spicy Chicken Burger $19 • Ayam Bakar $18 • Fennel Prawn Salad $22 • Vegan Chicken Burger $18 • Iberico Pork Don $20 Beverage • Peach Lemonade Cocktail $10 • Seafood Chowder Bowl $20 • Roasted Turkey $25 (Available from Oct 10-16 only) • Pulled Pork Pizza $22 • Cream of Cauliflower Soup $8 • Sambal Nasi Goreng $18 • Linguine Alle Vongole $22 • Fish Dum Briyani $17 • California Salad $15 • Pecan Chocolate Tart with Salted Caramel Sauce $9 Beverage • Mint Milkshake $8 • Ranch Water $10 Tradewinds
Grilled Bratwurst Sausage
The 2 nd Floor
Central • Black Forest Cake $6 (Slice) / $45 (Whole) Beverage • Butterscotch Coffee Creamer $5.80 • Ice Chai Tea Latte $5.80
• Thai Style Half-shell Hokkaido Scallop & Tuna Ceviche $25 • Pan-seared Prawn Paste stuffed with Hokkaido Scallops $25 • Chia-crusted Tuna Fillet with Artichoke Puree $49 • Mala Style Poached Red Snapper Fillet $39 Beverage • Lolli Pop Martini $15
Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque with Grilled Prawn & Chopped Pistachio Nuts
The 2 nd Floor • Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque with Grilled Prawn & Chopped Pistachio Nuts $15 • Pink Himalayan Salt Cured King Salmon served with Avocado & Fruit Salad $22 • Roasted New Zealand Salmon with Whipped Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables & Chipotle Sauce Sauce $49 • Herb Marinated Slow Roasted Turkey with Stuffing, Whipped Potatoes, Brussel Sprout, Cranberry Compote
& Reduction Turkey Gravy $38 Beverage • Trick or Treat $15
Thai Style Half-shell Hokkaido Scallop & Tuna Ceviche
Lolli Pop Martini
Black Forest Cake
Butterscotch Coffee Creamer
Seafood Chowder Bowl
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Prices are accurate at the time of publication. Pictures shown are for illustration purpose only.
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• Customizable set-up and function room assignment • Inclusive of complimentary coffee, tea, orange juice and water • Stationary box and complimentary usage of two flip charts • Standard AV equipment (1 projector screen, 1 projector & 2 power cables) • High speed wifi for multiple devices • Stay Green and Awake Kit (reusable bamboo straw and essential oil to keep you awake and focused) • Minimum of 10 persons required Ful l -Day at $85+ per person • Up to 8 hours usage (within the Club’s operating hours) • Selection of themed buffet menu • 2 coffee breaks (morning & afternoon;
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the years ahead. Not long after in November, Camp Pendleton closed its doors as a refugee centre, the flag she had admired on the 4th of July lowered for the last time, signalling the end of a chapter in Kim’s life. Keen to assimilate into American society, Kimenrolled inHollywood High, where she became fluent in English. All this while, she hadn’t forgotten her real family and was doing her utmost to search for their whereabouts.
A Present from the Past
would not be broken. Being the resourceful young girl that she was, she sought help from a camp leader who brought her to Captain Getlin, who compassionately took her under his wing and brought her to a bank to open a safe deposit box to keep her valuables. It was the same fatherly friendship between she and the Army Major that Kim became an interpreter to him. She translated Vietnamese to French as he carried out his official duties. At the time, Kim did not speak a word of English. Kim’s first 4th of July was in Camp Pendleton, a profoundly bittersweet experience for her and her fellow refugees; they were celebrating their freedom from the terrors of war, but in a foreign land so far from home, with so much uncertainty ahead. It was during this emotional festivitivity that Kim recalls seeing the American flag, unfurled in all its glory and flapping valiantly in the wind, as if it were keeping watch over the camp and its inhabitants. A symbol of safety and enduring hope, the flag became synonymous with a fresh start in the United States.
On July 23, 1989, Kim’s wedding day, that impact was further compounded when Kim received a wedding gift from Captain Getlin, with whom she had lost contact for 15 years. It was the very flag that had flown over Camp Pendleton and captivated Kim when she was just a child; one that had now taken on the symbolism of love, reconnection, and family - in addition to safety and hope.
Earning Her Stars and Stripes Kim Eng Club Member Kim Eng shares her story about her awe-inspiring journey through life; from war refugee to grateful American.
graphical of items, actions, and events that transmitted information and knowledge to others. Take for instance, the American flag. Its symbolism depicts the original 13 colonies and 50 states of the Union, as well as the attributes of hardiness, valor, purity, justice and perseverance. To most people, especially Americans, the flag is also a motif of freedom, hope, strength, opportunity, and democracy. To Kim Eng, Landy’s wife of over three decades, the flag stands for so much more - a bastion and testament to her awe-inspiring journey through life; from war refugee to grateful American. Born Kim-Oanh Bui, Kim grew up in Vietnam during the turbulent years of the Vietnam War. Just before the Fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975, young Kim joined thousands of other refugees fleeing from their homeland via flights to the Philippines, Guam, and finally, the United States of America. She made the daunting trip alone, without her parents or any other family member to care for her. representations Escaping the Vietnam War
Camp Pendleton Commander, Captain Getlin.
Kim (first from the right) and her friends on the day of their high school graduation in June 1977.
When Kim arrived in the United States, she was situated at Camp Pendleton in California, where she would remain for the next few months. Helmed initially by a US Army Major, Captain Lon Getlin who served as Commander of the facility, it was the first US military base to provide a safe haven for Vietnamese evacuees in Operation New Arrivals. The mission saw over 50,000 refugees transported to the base in the largest humanitarian airlift in history.
After four years, she had finally tracked down her birth mother and the rest of her family. The reunion took place on Thanksgiving Day of 1979, an occasion very much befitting of the momentous event. With her house in order and inspired by the impact of Captain Getlin’s kindness on her life, Kim then went on to volunteer at numerous other refugee camps in California and across the United States.
The donated American flag is now proudly displayed at Basement 2, near the Union Bar entrance.
(From left to right) Kim Eng and Club President Landy Eng with the Engs' treasured American flag during the Club's 4th of July celebration.
Since then, the flag has remained a prized possession in the Eng’s home for 33 years until it was donated to the Club on July 4, 2022. Its display will be graced by Captain Getlin, who has arranged to fly to Singaporenext year to visit Kim and Landy in a homecoming of sorts. And as Kim’s journey comes full circle, we see more clearly than ever how Kim - in her fortitude, resilience, generosity, and determination to thrive - has become the consummate embodiment of the values espoused by the American flag.
When Landy Eng, President of The American Club donated a frayed American flag to the Club during its 4th of July celebrations, it wasn’t just a gesture of goodwill or largesse; nobody could have anticipated the heartwarming story around it. Since the beginning of time, mankind has used symbols and signs to convey ideas and messages in a way that would be as universally understood as possible. When no written language was available, it was
New Beginnings and a Happy Reunion
Settling into Camp Pendleton
Kim’s foray into the realm of her new life began in September 1975 when she was taken in by the Schellerups, the loving family of a war cameraman turned Hollywood film director, who would foster her through
Barely a few weeks into her stay at the camp, Kim was robbed of her belongings, leaving her even more destitute than before. However, Kim’s spirit of resolve
Kim with her younger brother, Glen, who was also a refugee in a different camp.
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ChineseBrush Painting By Yap Sin Guan Many of us are familiar withWestern art mediums, having
@ The American Club
dabbled in using watercolor and oils in the past. However, with Chinese Brush Painting, a whole new world awaits.
With Instructor Benedict Lau, Malaysian Latin Dance Champion
Through this traditional medium, participants will be able to gain mastery over an unforgettable set of new skills, such as learning how to control and manipulate ink, colors and water on rice paper using fine-tipped wolf hair brushes.Within Chinese Brush Painting, there are endless subjects to explore – under careful instruction, participants will be able to first find their niche within flower-and-bird paintings that feature plum blossoms, orchids, chrysanthemums, bamboos, peonies, carps, angelfish and sparrows, then move on to larger landscape paintings once they have attained a basic proficiency.
Ballroom dancing is a fantastic way to get tter physically and mentally. It gets your heartbeat up, tones your muscles and keeps the brain agile. Whether you sign up alone or as a couple, you will have the opportunity to dance with di erent partners and socialize.
Join instructor Benedict as he teaches you the basics of popular ballroom dances from the USA and Latin America. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, you will never miss a beat.
CLASS 1 DANCE STYLE Waltz, Cha Cha & Rock ‘n’ Roll GYM STUDIO
CLASS 2 DANCE STYLE Salsa & Bachata GYM STUDIO
Every Sunday (star ting June 5) 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Every Monday (star ting June 6) 6:50 p.m. to 7:50 p.m.
Every Sunday (star ting June 5) 3:40 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. Every Monday (star ting June 6) 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
QUAD STUDIOS @ B3
QUAD STUDIOS @ B3
Member (Single) $165 for 6 sessions Member (Couple) $330 for 6 sessions
Guest (Single) $175 for 6 sessions Guest (Couple) $350 for 6 sessions
Benedict represented Malaysia in the SEA Games, Asian Indoor Games and other major competitions, alongside performing in shows such as the Miss Singapore-World pageant. Benedict is also an accomplished choreographer and popular dance teacher certi ed by the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing, United Kingdom.
Every Thursday Gym Studio
Class 1: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Class 2: 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Maximum capacity: 12 participants per class
Maximum of 8 persons per class.
Member : $200/month (four sessions) Guest: $220/month (four sessions) Materials: $120 (one-time payment to the instructor)
For more information or to register, please cal l 6739-4312 or emai l firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
For more information or to register, please call 6739-4312 or email firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
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SUNDAY, AUG 28 THE GALBRAITH BALLROOM Put on your most whimsical outfit and step right up for an afternoon of carnival games, live entertainment and scrumptious fair food. Try your luck at games such as Ring Toss, Milk Can Toss and Wild Wild West. Get ready to be wowed by a good ol' juggling circus act and magic show while you feast on magical fair food such as churros, corn dogs and brightly colored cotton candy.
First Seating: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Second Seating: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Adult Member: $55 Adult Guest: $65 Member’s Child (below 12 years old) : $22 Guest’s Child (below 12 years old) : $20 Child (below 5 years old) : $12 Child (below 3 years old) : Complimentary Terms & Conditions: • Reservations required • Inclusive of coffee, tea, free-flow soft drinks and juices • Booking confirmation is subject to prevailing government restrictions on gatherings and events • Max. capacity: 100 pax • Max. capacity per table is subject to prevailing Safe Management Measures • A 72-hour cancellation policy applies • Admission of Guests is based on the prevailing Club policy • All diners must be fully vaccinated
HOT ENTREES Chicken Corn Dog
LIVE STATION Popcorn Cotton Candy Corn Dog Snow Cone SOUP Potato & Leek Soup with Egg COLD
with Jackson FamilyWines
Louisiana Crab Cake with Lemon Aioli Fried Chicken Wings with Thai Sweet Chili Sauce Crispy Battered Fish with Tartar Sauce Thai Pork Skewer with Nam Jim Sauce Plant-based Chicken Slider with Coleslaw Mac & Cheese Cup Chicken Katsu Don Slider with Shredded Cabbage Creamy Whipped Potatoes Green Bean Casserole with Mushroom Sauce DESSERT Churros with Dipped Chocolate Strawberry-filled Donuts Chocolate Smores Vanilla Cream Puff Apple Crumble with Vanilla Sauce Ice Cream Station
Hosted by Pierre-Marie Pattieu Advanced Sommelier, Ambassador & Educator of Jackson FamilyWines
Soba and Mixed Salad with Sesame Soy Dressing and Deep Fried Wanton Skin Caesar Salad with Traditional Condiments Vegetable Crudités with Blue Cheese Sip Tomato and Mozzarella Salad with Sweet Basil Potato & Egg Salad with Green Peas Smoked Salmon with Traditional Condiments
Sunday, September 4 | 3:00 p.m. The 2nd Floor
Originally from the south of France, Pierre-Marie star ted his career as a Sommelier in a Michelin-starred restaurant in Corsica. He developed interest in Californian wines when he met the Jackson Family in 2014. Jackson Family Wines is the single largest private vineyard owner in California and ninth largest wine producer in the United States. Join Pierre on a guided tasting of six different offerings from Jackson Family Wines and learn more about the history and terroirs of Californian wines.
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Register here UNCORKED Member at $20
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Maximum 30 pax.
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A WARMWELCOME TO NEW MEMBERS
A WARMWELCOME TO NEW MEMBERS
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MAKE THE MOST OUT OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP Spend more and get more rewards. The American Club Niche Group is a program that rewards spend and membership tenure. There are four tiers - Elite, VIP, 15K and 10K - and each group brings its own recognition and rewards ranging from monthly exclusive privileges, birthday benefits, special rates for Club-wide events, special prices on festive takeaways and more.
The Niche Group Program is a great way to enhance your Club experience and get the most out of your membership.
Are you a little short to re-qualify or move up to the next tier? Here are some ideas to help you get there: • Purchase a sên Spa package for pampering treats from head to toe • Purchase a Group Fitness class package to keep fit and stay in tip-top shape • Purchase vouchers which you can use at a later date or as gifts to fellow Members • Sign-up your little ones for our popular Youth Camps and Classes • Tuck into Club favorites in the comforts of your own home by ordering from TAC2Go! • No matter the occasion, we have the perfect reds, whites and bubbly for you. Purchase them from The Gourmet Pantry or on Bottles2Go! • Gift your friends and family unique and premium gifts from The Gourmet Pantry Niche Group Qualification 2022 Good news! The General Committee has approved the extension of the qualification concession. The 20% re-qualification discount will apply for the calendar year 2022. This means that you only need to spend *$16,000 to qualify for Elite; *$12,000 to qualify for 15K; and *$8,000 to qualify for 10K. *Based on cumulative calendar year spending, excluding monthly dues, fees, fines and reciprocal Club spending. Your year-to-date spending is printed at the bottom of your monthly statement of account.
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REWARDS MADE JUST FOR YOU
*Members who achieved Elite status from 15K status in the same year will only receive the difference in vouchers value ($50 dining voucher and $150 sên Spa vouchers) to honor the upgrade from 15K status. Full Elite welcome vouchers will be given upon requalification. ELITE • Welcome gift: $250 (5 x $50) Club-wide dining vouchers and $150 (3 x $50) sên Spa vouchers* • Invitation to two annual Elite parties • Dining privileges of up to 25% off at selected F&B outlets • Up to 20% off treatments at sên Spa • 10% off dry cleaning and laundry services at Essentials • Membership card replacement charge waiver • Special rates for selected Club events • Ad hoc privileges for wine events,festive takeaways and more • Exclusive birthday privileges including $50 off at The 2nd Floor • Free parking for up to two cars (worth $522.50) • Wedding anniversary privilege – enjoy $100 off dining at The 2nd Floor • Annual welcome gift Spend $20,000 in a calendar year to qualify VIP • Welcome gift: $200 (4 x $50) Club-wide dining vouchers (new VIP Members only) • Invitation to the annual VIP party • Dining privileges of up to 20% off at selected F&B outlets • Up to 20% off treatments at sên Spa • 10% off dry cleaning and laundry services at Essentials • Membership card replacement charge waiver • Special rates for selected Club events • Ad hoc privileges for wine events, festive takeaways and more • Exclusive birthday privileges including $50 off at The 2nd Floor At least 25 years of active membership to qualify
• Welcome gift: $200 (4 x $50) Club-wide dining vouchers • Invitation to the annual 15K party • Dining privileges of up to 20% off at selected F&B outlets • Up to 15% off treatments at sên Spa • 10% off dry cleaning and laundry services at Essentials • Membership card replacement charge waiver • Special rates for selected Club events • Ad hoc privileges for wine events, festive takeaways and more • Exclusive birthday privileges including $40 off at The 2nd Floor • Free parking for one car (worth $137.50) Spend $15,000 in a calendar year to qualify 10K • Invitation to the annual 10K party • Dining privileges of up to 15% off at selected F&B outlets • Up to 15% off treatments at sên Spa • 10% off dry cleaning and laundry services at Essentials • Membership card replacement charge waiver • Special rates for selected Club events • Ad hoc privileges for wine events, festive takeaways and more • Exclusive birthday privileges including $25 off at The 2nd Floor Spend $10,000 in a calendar year to qualify
For more information about the Niche Group Program, please contact the Membership Manager at email@example.com
The Club reserves the right to modify the Niche Group Loyalty Program benefits without prior notice.
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