Clubhouse 25 Project Plans to Give Back to Community Sports Clubs

The management at Clubhouse 25, Ocean View golf course’s newest restaurant and bar, had a big announcement and presentation this afternoon.

“ When we started Clubhouse Limited, we knew that Ocean View has been built by people from the community not just in this area, but throughout the island,” Clubhouse 25 partner Chase Smith said.

“ Management came to the decision as a team to reach out to the Devonshire Wolves and Flatts Sports Clubs so that we can continue to charter our paths to success as well as long-term relationships. Today, we are happy to announce that this portion of our vision is complete.”

Mr. Smith and business partner Dawnette Garnet Robinson praised both sports clubs for not only their commitment to sports, but also for their commitment to the community’s youth and senior populations.

“ In recognition of [these clubs’ commitment to the community], Clubhouse 25 will impose a cover charge on patrons on the fourth Friday of every month (beginning on Friday August 27),” Mr. Smith said.

“ All proceeds raised from the cover charge will go directly to either the Devonshire Wolves or the Flatts Sports Clubs.”

Since the project is just getting started, only the two sports clubs are involved right now. According to Mr. Smith, management might involve more community sports clubs as the project goes along.
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