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New General Manager

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Terry Hills Golf Course, Restaurant and Banquet Facility has promoted Danielle Rotondo to General Manager and Chris DeVay to Restaurant and Banquet Manager. Amanda Narburgh has re-joined the team as Assistant Restaurant and Banquet Manager.

In her new role, Danielle will be responsible for overseeing daily operations of the golf course, restaurant and banquet facility. In her former position as Restaurant and Banquet Manager, Danielle was instrumental in positioning Terry Hills to become one of the premier locations for weddings and events. Danielle has over 20 years of experience in the golf course and restaurant industry. She earned her business degree in Golf Club Management from SUNY Delhi and is a 2008 graduate of Leadership Genesee. She is a member of both the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and the Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation. Danielle is also the on-site wedding specialist, assisting brides through the entire process and making sure their special day goes smoothly. She is the perfect fit for General Manager.

Filling the Restaurant and Banquet Manager position is Chris DeVay. Chris was the Assistant Restaurant and Banquet Manager and is making a smooth transition filling Danielle’s former role. Chris is a graduate of Genesee Community College and has almost 25 years of experience in the restaurant business. With his hands-on experience, skill set and attention to detail, Chris is an excellent choice to expertly execute daily operations of the restaurant and banquet facility.

Amanda “Mandy” Narburgh has re-joined the Terry Hills team, filling the Assistant Restaurant and Banquet Manager position. Mandy had previously worked at Terry Hills as a Server and Floor Manager. She has 15 years of restaurant experience, specializing in front of the house operations. Mandy is a great addition to the management team and she strives to make every guest’s visit a memorable one.


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The Bridge

If you have ever golfed at Terry Hills, you are familiar with the bridge leading to the 14th green. It has become the iconic hole of the golf course, used in many of our marketing materials and so popular with brides and grooms for wedding pictures. Now there is a new bridge!

When the second nine holes were constructed, number 14 was to have a green mostly surrounded by water. You could still get to the green without a bridge, but why not build a bridge! So in 1986 two very large telephone poles were delivered to the area and the bridge came to life. This walking bridge served the 14th green for 32 years, but weather took its toll on it and it was taken down this spring.

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Harvest Wine & Food Dinner

Our next installment of wine dinners was the Harvest Wine & Food Dinner on November 1st. This sold out event featured five delicious courses paired with five amazing wines highlighting the unique flavors of fall.  The festive room was filled with good food, good conversation, good wine and great friends. Wine tidbits and information were shared throughout the evening, but not to worry, there were prizes for those paying attention!

In asking Head Chef, Mike Devay, what inspired him for the menu, he said “I love to eat, so it’s only natural that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday!” This is the third wine dinner for Chef Devay and he chose to theme it around the upcoming holiday. “Every time we do one of these dinners, I try to bring new and creative courses to the table that most people haven’t tried or don’t think would taste good”, stated Chef. He sure hit that one on the head this time around!

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