Mink Meadows Champs
Mink Meadows Golf Club hosted its two-day club championship tournament on July 13 and 14.
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Benefit Golf Tourney
On Sunday, Sept. 23, the Mink Meadows Golf Club is hosting its second annual tournament to benefit Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard. CBS News correspondent Morton Dean will serve as one of the hosts of the event.
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Golf Scramble

Golf Scramble

The 21st annual Howard W. Leonard golf scramble to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martha’s Vineyard took place on Sunday, Sept. 20. The Martha’s Savings Bank and Mink Meadows Golf Club sponsored the event. Beautiful weather contributed to the fantastic spirit of the day as 36 golfers took to the Mink Meadows course following coffee and breakfast foods provided by the Black Dog Cafe.

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Mink Meadows Golf Club Hosts Benefit Tourney

Swing for the kids this Sunday, Sept. 19, at the 22nd annual Howard W. Leonard golf tournament hosted by Mink Meadows Golf Club. Registration is $100 per player with proceeds benefitting the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program of Martha’s Vineyard.

Play begins with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Interested players can create their own foursome or the club will play matchmaker.

Breakfast is from the Black Dog and lunch from Tea Lane Caterers.

To sign up or for more information, call 508-693-0101 or contact Mink Meadows at 508-693-0600.

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Ken Williams Golf Benefit Swinging Success

The 12th Annual Ken Williams memorial scholarship fund golf tournament was held on Sunday, August 22 at Mink Meadows Golf Club. More than 50 golfers participated in a day of charitable golfing including three celebrity golfers: Prof. Charles Ogletree, author Roland Martin and Dr. Ewart Brown, Premier of Bermuda.

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Mink Meadows Links a Community The Old Vineyard Way: No Jacket Required
John H. Kennedy

To the newly arrived hacker on the Island, Mink Meadows sounds like some kind of luxury fur farm. But Vineyard golfers know better.

For 75 years now, the Mink Meadows Golf Club has welcomed players who appreciate its layout, condition and laid-back culture. The nine-hole track on West Chop — just a drive and a wedge from Lake Tashmoo — has hosted everyone from U.S. presidents and captains of industry to farmers and trades people.

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Mink Meadows Property Owner Cited for Filling Wetland, Dredging Pond
Peter Brannen

In what conservation commission leaders are calling the worst violation they have seen in decades, a West Chop homeowner has been cited for dredging a pond and filling a wetland without permission.

The property is owned by Mary Howell of Arlingon, Va., and Vineyard Haven.

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Contractor Fined in Wetlands Case
Katie Ruppel

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has levied a heavy fine against an Edgartown contractor who did the work on a Mink Meadows project last year that violated state and local wetlands laws.

In an administrative consent order issued June 29, Steve Handy of Handy Trucking and Bobcat Service was fined $11,000 by the DEP for the unpermitted dredging and filling work. Mr. Handy was ordered by the DEP to pay $4,500; the balance of the $11,000 fine will be suspended for three years as long as there are no further violations.

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