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Nine families bought the renamed The Club at Wynstone Golf Club in their North Barrington subdivision. The new owners say elimination of a men-only dining area and other changes represent the private golf club of the future.
Families relaunching Wynstone as private golf club of future in North Barrington
Elimination of a men-only dining area and other changes represent what a new ownership group says is the private golf club of the future in North Barrington.
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Ribbon cutting attendees included: (back row) Patty Jacobsen (Jensen Jacobsen & Associates, Inc.), Peg Blanchard and Jeff Lawler (Village of Barrington), Nancy Schumm, Tristan Blus, Dusko Stupar, Zlatko Hromic, Will Lewis, Manny Galvan, Tom Leonard, Will Buchta (Dawson Builders), Liz Luby (@properties I The Luby Group, 365Barrington.com), and Chema Albarran (Dawson Builders); (front row) Heather Vitale, Alana Besten, Erica Shein, Allison Meier, Kelly Bond, Melissa Dawson, John Dawson (owner), Gaby Arambula and Raul Ramirez (Dawson Builders), Dennis Kelly (FGMK Insurance Agency, Inc.), Frank Cisneros, Andrew Lieske (Dawson Builders), and Suzanne Corr (Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce).
Dawson Builders opens showroom in Barrington
This image released by the Santa Fe Opera shows Edward Parks as Steve Jobs in Santa Fe Opera's world premiere of Mason Bates and Mark Campbell's opera, "The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs," in Santa Fe, N.M. (Ken Howard/Santa Fe Opera via AP)
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In this Friday, July 14, 2017, photo, Meg Dowaliby, along with her colleagues behind, wears Bose noise-canceling headphones, a perk of her job, as she works at her computer at Geniuslink in Seattle. Small and medium-sized companies offer enviable and sometimes quirky perks and benefits so they can attract and keep top workers. Many owners also provide the extras because they want staffers to have a humane, rewarding, even fun work environment. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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