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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | January 8, 1997
Saying they want to ensure a future for Bonnie View Country Club's next generation of golfers, club leaders are exploring a move north into Baltimore County's scenic countryside.The top choice for the new course is a farm near Dover Road and Knox Avenue, where representatives of Bonnie View have initiated talks with property owners, said Bonnie View President William L. Kirk, a Towson lawyer."Most of our kids are moving out and away from where we are," said Kirk. "We believe it's for the future of our club -- for the kids."
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By Andrew A. Green and Andrew A. Green,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2004
For 25 years, Joel Cohen was a loyal member of Bonnie View Country Club. "We had the prettiest building, the best golf course and the nicest array of people," he said. But now, Cohen, his wife Joan and 17 others are in a bitter dispute with club leadership - complaining that they have been unfairly left out of an expected windfall from the sale of Bonnie View's 160 acres of prime real estate. A year ago, with the club closed and its future uncertain, the 19 walked away from their memberships.
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By Gerard Shields and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | November 13, 2001
In a case of musical-chairs development, Bonnie View Country Club plans to relocate to Reisterstown and sell its golf course near Mount Washington to a developer that plans to build a retirement community. The moves are part of a wave of development in northwestern Baltimore County that includes converting a rock quarry into a housing development and a country club into a yeshiva. Bonnie View plans to move to 217 acres of farmland at Mount Gilead Road and Route 30. "It's a beautiful piece of land that we think works for us," said Bonnie View President Sidney Weiman.
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By Gerard Shields and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | November 13, 2001
In a case of musical-chairs development, Bonnie View Country Club plans to relocate to Reisterstown and sell its golf course near Mount Washington to a developer that plans to build a retirement community. The moves are part of a wave of development in northwestern Baltimore County that includes converting a rock quarry into a housing development and a country club into a yeshiva. Bonnie View plans to move to 217 acres of farmland at Mount Gilead Road and Route 30. "It's a beautiful piece of land that we think works for us," said Bonnie View President Sidney Weiman.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1998
A squabble over the purchase of a farm near Glyndon has led to the eviction of an influential Baltimore County land preservation group from its offices, amid accusations by a local real estate agent that the group is guilty of a breach of trust.The Valleys Planning Council was told to vacate its work space of 30 years at 212 Washington Ave. after Henry F. LeBrun, whose wife owns the building, said the group had "lost its credibility" -- a charge based on incidents involving two deals LeBrun was brokering.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | August 28, 1994
Kathy Murphy, teaching professional at Bonnie View Country Club, will have her administrative hat on this week when the Northeast Section of the LPGA's Teaching and Club Professional Division holds its annual championship in Rochester, N.Y.Murphy is president of the section, responsible for administering its business for some 90 members. Additionally, and more exciting from her standpoint, are the applications on file for membership. Of the 125 applicants in five sections nationwide, the highest number, 30, are from the Northeast.
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By Andrew A. Green and Andrew A. Green,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2004
For 25 years, Joel Cohen was a loyal member of Bonnie View Country Club. "We had the prettiest building, the best golf course and the nicest array of people," he said. But now, Cohen, his wife Joan and 17 others are in a bitter dispute with club leadership - complaining that they have been unfairly left out of an expected windfall from the sale of Bonnie View's 160 acres of prime real estate. A year ago, with the club closed and its future uncertain, the 19 walked away from their memberships.
NEWS
July 17, 1996
Police logElkridge: 5800 block of Bonnie View Lane: Someone broke into the storage room at the Econo Lodge Saturday and stole sodas.Pub Date: 7/17/96
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | August 5, 1995
Anne and Wally Engle of Hillendale Country Club posted 79-15-64 yesterday to lead 92 teams in the annual Maryland State mixed two-ball tournament at Chestnut Ridge Country Club. The team of Diane Herndon and Jim Bonifant of Argyle CC was one shot off the pace with 71-6-65.Cheri Cooper and Bruce Shaver, of Hobbit's Glen GC, last year's net winners, collected low gross with 2-under-par 35-3570. They were followed by Andrea Kraus-Sheldon Kalish, of Woodholme CC, at 71, and Pam-Jack Soliman of Eagle's Nest, 73.Gross leaders: Cheri Cooper-Bruce Shaver, Hobbit's Glen, 35-3570; Andrea Kraus-Sheldon Kalish, Woodholme, 35-3671; Pam-Jack Soliman, Eagle's Nest, 35-3873.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 30, 2002
Corey Brigham, University of Maryland golf team star, whipped the rest of the field by eight shots, and Billy Wingerd, outstanding local publinx player, survived a playoff at steamy Bonnie View Country Club yesterday to claim one of two additional spots in qualifying for the 102nd U.S. Amateur Championship. Brigham, 22, All-Atlantic Coast Conference and Middle Atlantic District Player of the Year from Rumson, N.J., produced 11 birdies in two trips over the 6,248-yard, par-70 course, finishing with 7-under-par 66-67-133.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1998
A squabble over the purchase of a farm near Glyndon has led to the eviction of an influential Baltimore County land preservation group from its offices, amid accusations by a local real estate agent that the group is guilty of a breach of trust.The Valleys Planning Council was told to vacate its work space of 30 years at 212 Washington Ave. after Henry F. LeBrun, whose wife owns the building, said the group had "lost its credibility" -- a charge based on incidents involving two deals LeBrun was brokering.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | January 8, 1997
Saying they want to ensure a future for Bonnie View Country Club's next generation of golfers, club leaders are exploring a move north into Baltimore County's scenic countryside.The top choice for the new course is a farm near Dover Road and Knox Avenue, where representatives of Bonnie View have initiated talks with property owners, said Bonnie View President William L. Kirk, a Towson lawyer."Most of our kids are moving out and away from where we are," said Kirk. "We believe it's for the future of our club -- for the kids."
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | August 28, 1994
Kathy Murphy, teaching professional at Bonnie View Country Club, will have her administrative hat on this week when the Northeast Section of the LPGA's Teaching and Club Professional Division holds its annual championship in Rochester, N.Y.Murphy is president of the section, responsible for administering its business for some 90 members. Additionally, and more exciting from her standpoint, are the applications on file for membership. Of the 125 applicants in five sections nationwide, the highest number, 30, are from the Northeast.
NEWS
May 4, 1995
POLICE LOG* Ellicott City: 7900 block of Rustling Bark Court: Someone tried to steal a 1989 Honda Accord by tampering with its ignition Sunday, police said.* Elkridge: 5600 block of Furnace Ave.: Someone vandalized the interior of the Melville United Methodist Church after prying open a basement door Friday, police said.7300 block of U.S. 1: Office equipment was stolen from the Quick Servant Co. after someone smashed the front glass door to enter Sunday, police said.5900 block of Bonnie View Lane: Someone tried to steal a 1985 Oldsmobile by tampering with its ignition Friday, police said.
NEWS
By Ed Heard and Ed Heard,SUN STAFF | February 28, 1996
An Elkridge man beaten during a street robbery Sunday was saved from further harm by the shout of a nearby witness, Howard County police said.The victim, whose name was not released by police, was on his way home about 5 p.m. when he was stopped by another male who got out of a passing red 1988 Ford Mustang GT near the intersection of Bonnie View Lane and Hooks Lane in Elkridge.Police said the suspect knocked the victim to the ground, kicked him and threatened to hurt him more. He then took an undisclosed amount of money from the victim's pocket and fled in the car when he heard a woman shouting, police said.
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