Club News & Events

3/16/20 – Club Closure – Please Read

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Dear Member,

We realize that this is a challenging time for all which makes this announcement more difficult to make.  Governor Hogan has mandated that all gyms close by 5:00pm today.  With that said, the Club will be closing at 5:00pm until we are told we can re-open.

We support the Governor’s decision as it is important that we protect our team and the members.  We ask that you continue to do your part in staying healthy and minimizing exposure.

Many of you will have questions about refunds for classes, court time and other prepaid items.  Once we are clear on our date to reopen, we will then be better prepared to assess the answer to those questions.  In reference to that, we do ask for your continued patience.

We will continue to keep you updated via social media and other methods of communication.  We ask that you not send emails or leave phone messages as those will not be responded to during this time as our team will not be at the Club during this time of closure.

Thank you for your continued support during this very difficult time.

Best of health,

Danielle Bouchard & Your AHC Team

Danielle Bouchard

General Manager

Club News & Events

Celebrating 40 Years at AHC!

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By: Alex Aleshin-Guendel

Jeff and his daughters Emma and Sarah
Jeff with some of his team members from over the years

On Friday, October 18th we celebrated Jeff Klein’s 40 years at the Aspen Hill Club with a Surprise Party! Jeff started his career here in 1979, as one of our first pros. Throughout the years, Jeff has held many different positions within the Tennis Department, including his role of Tennis Director for 15 years. Jeff’s teaching style focuses on the mental aspect of the game with notable phrases you may have heard on the court like: “Move to the Ball”, “Move, Position, Swing, Recover” and “Here, not There”.

Joining us to celebrate his achievement were over 100 friends, members and co-workers, old and new. After a genuine surprise (who would have thought that was possible with the number of people who knew) we celebrated. Along with food and drinks, there were “Pin the Pony on the Pro” and  “Name ALL of the Operations” games as well as a slideshow of memories from the past 40 years. Displayed in the East Lounge were over 40 written memories from family, friends, members and co-workers who described Jeff’s impact on their life and/or a tennis game.

We want to thank the Club, Management and Team Members for their generous support with the event, as well as everyone who attended or sent well wishes for this monumental occasion! And a special thank you to Jeff—reaching this career milestone truly demonstrates your dedication to your craft, your students, and the Club itself.