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8th Annual DaytonDefense Golf Outing - Monday, July 17, 2017

The 8th Annual Golf Outing will take place on Monday, July 17, 2017 at the Dayton Country Club.

 

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Dayton Country Club
555 Kramer Road, Dayton, Ohio 45419

7:00 AM Registration and team photos

8:00 AM Shotgun Start

1:00 PM Lunch

The Shotgun Golf Outing Event Fee includes:

  • Green Fees
  • Cart and Driving Range Privileges
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Luncheon/Presentation of Prizes 
Event Fees:
Government Employees & DaytonDefense Members
$ 125
Registration is Closed
Non-Members of DaytonDefense
$ 175
Registration is Closed

Directions to Dayton Country Club

 

Optional Moraine Farm Reception - Monday, July 17, 2017

The optional reception will be held at Moraine Farm from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Monday, July 17, 2017. The cost for the event is $100 per person. Reservations and payment can be made on the WDI Registration Form. Reservations are limited and will be taken on a first-come first-serve basis.

 Moraine Farm

Moraine Farm
1233 W. Stoop Road, Kettering, Ohio 45429

Moraine Farm was originally the home of Col. Edward Andrew Deeds, chairman of NCR’s board, who assisted Charles Kettering in inventing the first automobile self-starter which is now on display in Dayton’s historical Carillon Park. Moraine Farm is presently owned, maintained and preserved by Kettering Health Network, our sponsors for this event.

In 1921 the farmhouse was completely transformed into an English Manor style home with over 45,803 square feet of living space, to include an observatory which still today houses a 7’ refractor telescope. Col. Deeds often used the observatory to project vacation photographs on the grounds for guests and family members. He frequently entertained many people coming into Dayton to learn about the Miami Conservancy District, NCR, Delco, and Frigidaire…the likes of Henry Ford, Edsel Ford and Thomas Edison were all guests in his home.

There are many historical furnishings that still exist in the house, to include a music room that has a walnut Steinway piano, said to be one of the largest in the country. There are many beautifully decorated rooms, with one room showcasing the wood paneling, furniture and fittings which all came from Deeds’ yacht, one of his many prized possessions. The Moraine Farm was also the first home in the United States to have a private airstrip, which is presently known today as West Stroop Road, (the wide section visible west of Moraine Farm).

Tours of the facility will be given at 6:00 PM, 7:00 PM, and 8:00 PM. More information on where to meet will be given to you upon arrival.

Step back in time and join us for an evening to be remembered at one of Dayton’s most historical landmarks.

Event Fee
$ 100
Registration is Closed

Directions to Moraine Farms




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