$15,522 raised through theGoFundMe page. Page remains open.
Gay and I are so humbled by all wonderful people at MCCC.
We have a ways to go but are going in the right direction.
Ladies golf association has formed a GoFundMe page to assist Ross in mounting medical expenses.
As many of you know Ross Lapointe has had a recent health scare. Ross was hospitalized with an infection.
He has been released from the hospital and is now home.
Ross is currently going through infusion treatments.
Ross continues to battle the infection as it has caused complications.
If you wish to send a note to Ross his mailing address is
PO Box 4622
Emerald Isle, NC 28594
Those wishing to leave donations at the club can leave donations in the golf shop
Pizza, wings & drink specials
Regular menu also available
Dine in or take out.
Regular menu also available.
Serving from 5 to 8.
Blackened snapper over penne pasta with cajun cream sauce and veggies $20 Online Registration
Movie showing during dinner from 6 to 8 on Friday
After discovering a Yeti on the roof of her apartment building,
teenage Yi and her two friends embark on an epic quest
to reunite the magical creature with his family. _____________________________
Sunday brunch served from 10 till 2.
Treat yourself to a mimosa or bloody mary!
MCCC COVID-19 UPDATE
From the beginning of the pandemic, MCCC has been monitoring all Federal, State and local guidance
on maintaining a safe workplace for our employees and members and have been following such guidance diligently.
Employees must maintain social distance, wear masks, wash their hands and monitor their health on a daily basis.
Capacity at the club has been reduced to a level below the guidelines required by the State of North Carolina.
Cleaning of public areas within the club occur on a regular basis in accordance with CDC recommended guidelines.
Members are notified and encouraged to wear masks at all times while on the premises
and to maintain social distance between other members and staff and to frequently wash their hands.
Such notices are posted throughout the club as required by all regulatory guidelines.
The notices also inform the members that they should NOT enter the club premises should they have a fever,
or exhibit other symptoms that may indicate they have COVID. Members should also not enter the club if
they believe they may have been in close contact with anyone suspected of being infected with COVID-19.
Close contact is spending 15 cumulative minutes or more within 6 feet of an infectious person,
regardless of if they are wearing a mask. Close contact is also any physical contact for any length of time.
As January 28th, no staff member of MCCC is currently positive for COVID nor are any exhibiting symptoms of it.
As with any business, church, restaurant, retail store or other operation in Carteret County, it is almost a certainty
that someone has entered the facility that may have had COVID. CDC and regulatory agencies advise that once an individual
knows they are infected, they should notify individuals that they have been in close contact with and quarantine.
Recently, MCCC has been notified that a member(s) may have had COVID while at the club and this was
investigated with staff and appropriate actions were taken by the club in accordance with all regulatory guidelines.
MCCC is prohibited by law from disclosing any health information on a member and will rely upon the affected
member(s) to notify possible contacts as set out in the CDC guidelines.
We recommend that if a member has questions about our procedures or possible COVID exposure,
that they call and speak with the General Manager to avoid unintentional and inaccurate misinformation.
Social Media or hearsay can often cause the dissemination of inaccurate or completely false information.
Also remember that MCCC is prohibited by law from revealing specific medical information about staff or members
to other members but we will strive to provide the most accurate information we can in accordance with
current regulation on this serious issue. Unfortunately, we are still dealing with the pandemic and ultimately
each member has to decide for themselves whether they feel safe spending time at the club.
As a small business and as a golf course, MCCC is one of the few allowable locations members can socially
distance to get away from the uncertainties of today’s events and enjoy the fellowship of other members.
Hopefully, if the membership will follow the guidelines, and we as a club, diligently follow all mandated requirements,
we will be able to continue to offer a safe place for our membership to relax in these uncertain times.
And be advised that if circumstances warrant, we will adjust our operations and policies to ensure all staff and members are protected.
$840,000 Is the current amount raised for clubhouse project through lifetime memberships.
Lifetime memberships are currently closed _____________________________
All applicants will be subject to the current wait list.
Membership options include full membership & social/afternoon golf memberships.
Social/afternoon golf includes membership rates for golf after 12:30.
Both full and social/afternoon membership categories have options including:
junior (under age of 40), non-resident & resident memberships
All memberships are family memberships.