58 Years Old and Getting Younger Every Year!

Posted on Jan 27, 2015

58 Years Old and Getting Younger Every Year!

Jan 27, 2015

Happy Birthday to Us. Let’s Play Ping Pong!

This month marks the Nashville City Club’s 58th year and we’re wrapping up January with a very serious business function.

Thursday (January 29) we launch the first in a series of monthly company ping pong challenges. Four-person teams from Emma, the City Club and Nova Copy will face off in the club’s Game Room, which less athletic people know as the library.

New Years Eve Nashville

Ringing in the New Year, City Club Style

Admission is free and open to non-members, and Happy Hour drink and food specials are in play from 6 to 8 p.m.

The NCC’s Ping Pong League is one of several new events aimed at introducing more people to the Club as well as creating programs that appeal to our growing membership of young professionals.

Club members recently received an email survey asking for their input on a wide-ranging list of existing and potential programs. Among the new ideas:

  • Ballroom Dancing Lessons hosted and taught by professionals
  • Live music Friday nights at the Club
  • Game Night: Cards Against Humanity, Pictionary, Trivia, Mafia
  • A Self-Defense Course for men and women
  • Farm dinner at Bear Creek with Executive Chef John Williams
  • Foodie Club “Apprentice and Learn” events with Chef John and Chef Ian
  • NCC Member “Chopped” Culinary Competition

Of course learning and networking remain at the heart of the City Club. Managing Director Chris Weinberg continues to lead an Entrepreneur Mastermind Group, a 3-month journey for Club entrepreneurs building their businesses.​ We revamped the Mentor Program, approaching it strategically, and asked all interested protégés to complete a survey and personality profile so we could pair them with an ideal Mentor. We had 15 protégés and 15 Mentors participate in the first round; the next quarter begins in February.

NCC New Year's Eve

Think of it as casual networking.

Please take a minute to respond to the recent email survey and identify programs that grab your interest.

We’ve got big plans for 2015, and 2014 was great, too. Highlights in 2014 included new partnerships with the Nashville Symphony, the Nashville Sports Council and Cheekwood. The Club also received three Toast of Music City awards.

We hosted several sold-out events including our 4th of July Fireworks Celebration, wine dinners with Cakebread and JC Cellars, our second annual Bourbon event, and our Annual New Year’s Eve Bash, which set a new Club sales record.

Not a bad way to wrap up the year. We feel younger already!

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