Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

. It is an upper income tourist resort area best known for its association with golf. The Sawgrass (Sawgrass, Florida) development is the home of the ATP Tour, the PGA Tour, and The Players Championship, played at the TPC at Sawgrass. Characteristics The area is known for its resorts including the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club (a AAA (American Automobile Association) five diamond resort), the ''Lodge and Club'' (four diamonds), and the ''Marriott at Sawgrass'' (three

diamonds). It also lies in the third wealthiest county in Florida, ranking just behind the Palm Beach (Palm Beach, Florida) and Naples (Naples, Florida) areas. "Florida Spas: Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, Jacksonville" Travel to Wellness, April 21, 2010 There are multiple beach clubs from the Lodge and Club to the Cabana Club and the Plantation Club. Between the residential neighborhoods lining

visitorinfo history.cfm title History of Ponte Vedra Beach thumb right 300px A stream running through Ponte Vedra to the St. Johns (File:PonteVderaStream.jpg) Ponte Vedra Club In the early 1920s, the National Lead Company had built a 9-hole golf course and 12-room clubhouse constructed of logs for the use of their employees. "Ponte Vedra Inn & Club"


Orizaba

America In Brazil: (São Paulo); Chile: (Villa Alemana); Colombia: (Bogotá), (Ipiales) and (Pasto); Costa Rica: (San José (San José, Costa Rica)); Mexico: (Guanajuato), (Orizaba) and (San Miguel de Allende). thumb right upright 1.10 Earliest club picture in professional era, 1944. (File:ClubPuebla44.JPG) The city of Puebla has competed in the sport since 1904, when an English Athletic club Puebla A.C. joined the Primera Fuerza

. The club was founded two years after the first known league was established in Mexico, Puebla along with Reforma AC, C.F. Pachuca, Albinegros de Orizaba, Mexico Cricket Club and British Club (British Club (football)) were the first teams to play any sort of organized football competition in Mexico. In their first tournament in 1904, the club lost all games and did not score a goal in the 8 games played. In 1905, the club struggled and managed to score its first and only goal

in that tournament, finishing last with no wins, 1 draw and 7 losses, and 20 goals against. For the 1906-1907 season, the club finished third, with 3 wins, 3 losses and 2 draws, for a total of 9 points with 8 goals scored and 6 against. After this season, the club folded, and the league dropped to 4 clubs. The club would not see action for 8 years, until 1915,


Keflavík

name Weatherbase Sport The town is represented in Icelandic football by Keflavík Football Club. In popular culture The former NATO military base Naval Air Station Keflavik is used as a setting

''' ****'''Cork City (Cork City Football Club)''' 0–0 Djurgårdens IF (Djurgårdens IF Fotboll) (away goals) Early years Keflavík Youth Club (Ungmennafélag Keflavíkur, UMFK) was founded on 29 September 1929 by 28 young people in the town of Keflavík. The club became a member of The Icelandic Youth Federation which had been established in 1907 as part of Iceland's drive for independence. The Keflavík Youth Club was a typical youth club of the era; forming teams in swimming (sport) swimming

and athletics (track and field athletics), teaching physical education, putting on theatre productions and supporting various local causes. An important part of the Youth Federation was appreciation for the country and its people and the movement was especially active in rural areas and small towns. Helgi S. Jónsson: '20 ára afmælisfagnaður U.M.F.K.', ''Faxi'' 1949 (9:9-10), pp. 2-5 On 12 July 1950 a second sports club was founded in Keflavík


Barry Town United F.C.

dates back to 1892 when a club entitled '''Barry and Cadoxton District''' was formed in the area. During the early years, the club endured many upheavals, playing on five different grounds and variously being known as '''Barry Unionist Athletic''', '''Barry United Athletic''' and '''Barry District'''. In November 1912, the club reformed as '''Barry AFC''' (the 'Town' suffix was added in 1931), secured a lease on land owned by the Jenner family (which became known as Jenner Park) and joined

, the Barry board gave priority to Southern League fixtures, swayed by aspirations of joining the new English Third Division. Inspired by Stanley Cowie, the title was clinched in early May, and yet hopes of Barry being able to play in the Football League were scuppered just a month later, when their application failed and Charlton Athletic and Aberdare Athletic (Aberdare Athletic F.C.) were elected instead. The club retained membership of the Southern League for more than 60 years


Léogâne

to explore the exotic flora and fauna in Léogâne is on foot. Ayiti (Haiti), which was the native name given to the entire island of Hispaniola to mean, "Land of high mountains", has many mountains. Ten of the thirteen communal sections of Léogâne are located in the mountains which covers more than 25,000 acres of mountainous region. thumb left Léogâne Cycling Club (LCC) (File:Léogâne Cycling Club (LCC).jpg) Hiking is quite a popular activity in Léogâne among visitors

. With the success of Mountain Bike Ayiti (MTB Ayiti) an event hosted by the Léogâne Cycling Club (LCC) in 2013, Léogâne has become a location adventure tourism. Léogâne is also a home to thousands of local plants and natural species. The rehabilitation of natural grottoes such as the grotto Belloc, Anacaona, and Fond d'Oie can offer visitors a unique experience

: www.haitilibre.com en news-8245-haiti-culture-rara-festival-2013-in-leogane.html accessdate 2013 agency Haiti news; the haitian people's voice publisher haitilibre.com Sport Léogâne is well known for being a city of sport. It is home to five major league sports teams: the Léogâne Cycling Club (LCC), Cavaly Association Sportive Club (CASPORT), League Basketball Léogânaise (LBL), the Valencia Football Club (VFC), and the Anacaona Football Club (AFC). Léogâne Cycling Club Léogâne


Jönköping

%; overflow: auto; padding: 3px;text-align: left; border:solid 1px;" title "braglist - zum scrollen"; 1000px Panorama (Image:Jönköping panorama.jpg) Sport * HV71, ice hockey team in Swedish Hockey League of ice hockey. * Jönköpings KK, successful kayak club both at national and international level. * Jönköpings IK (JIK), floorball team who has played several

swimming (swimming (sport)) and diving. *

publisher Norstedts Pocket location Stockholm year 2007 pages 67–73 isbn 978-91-7263-790-0 language Swedish In 1920 the club won their first district championship title by defeating Falkenbergs FF with 4–0 in the final and boxing was introduced by the club. In 1921 the club yet again won the championship, this time by defeating IS Halmia, the club also won ''Hallandspostens pokal'' after defeating ''Halmstads IF'' 5–0, a women's section was added to the athletics part


Oak Bay, British Columbia

Island. A leisurely stroll through the Village finds 7 superb Art Galleries and Craft Studios representing some of the finest Canadian art & crafts available. * Its beautiful and rugged shorelines and beaches, popular with boaters. * Its two marinas the Oak Bay Marina & Royal Victoria Yacht Club. * Well-maintained houses and gardens throughout the municipality. * Oak Bay has a large number of old style and heritage homes. * The Oak Bay community is known for being stringent against

geared towards both families and seniors. * A long-standing opposition to large commercial development and suited homes. * Its three golf courses the Victoria Golf Club, Uplands Golf Club & Oak Bay Recreation henderson golf course. Oak Bay is a community of British heritage, and has a stereotyped reputation as a quaint, charming neighborhood with a genteel British atmosphere. Oak Bay has been referred to as being located "'''Behind the Tweed Curtain'''",

and South Oak Bay neighbourhoods. In addition to being an attractive retirement area, Oak Bay has also long appealed to families with young children and others seeking safe and well-maintained neighbourhoods. Oak Bay boasts wonderful beaches, the Oak Bay Marina, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, and the Royal Victoria Yacht Club located on the shore of Cadboro Bay. The Victoria Golf Club is located in South Oak Bay. It was founded in 1893, and is the second oldest golf course west of the Great Lakes


Čakovec

centered in its northwestern part, where the center for sports and recreation is located. The center includes a football (football (soccer)) and athletics (Athletics (sport)) stadium with 7,000 places, an indoor hall mostly used for handball, basketball and volleyball matches and a bathing resort, where several swimming (human swimming) schools are organized throughout the year. Sports clubs * IHK Pozoji, an inline hockey club * KK Željezničar Čakovec http

: webograd.tportal.hr kk_zeljeznicar_ck - ninepin bowling club * KK Međimurje, a basketball club * NK Međimurje, a football club in the Croatian Third League (Treća HNL) * ŽRK Zrinski, a women's handball club in the Croatian Premier League (Croatian Premier League (women's handball)) * MRK Čakovec, a handball club in the Croatian Thrid League of Handball * TK Franjo Punčec, a tennis club * Disc Golf club Zrinski relations

wingback . He is now a manager (manager (football)), but is currently without a club after resigning from his managerial post at Istra 1961 (NK Istra 1961) in September 2010. Born in Čakovec, Jarni started his career in his hometown with NK Čakovec, then known as MTČ Čakovec. In June 1985, he was spotted by Hajduk Split while playing for MTČ in a cup match in Split (Split (city)) and started his professional career by joining the club in February 1986. He stayed with Hajduk until


Hudson, Quebec

% - Events and tourist attractions Tourist attractions of Hudson include: * The Hudson Players Club, Quebec's oldest continually operating theatre company, English or French, professional or amateur * The Village Theatre (located in the historical train station) * Finnegan's antique market * The Auberge Willow Place Inn restaurant * Mon Village restaurant * Greenwood Centre for Living History * St. James', St. Mary's, Wyman Memorial United and St. Thomas Aquinas churches * Chateau du Lac (bar

in a historic building) * Cunninghams Pub (Irish Pub) * Que De Bonnes Choses (famous gluten-free baked goods) * Brigadoon B&B Gite Bed & Breakfast - an alternative lodging when staying right in Hudson * Mademoiselle's English Tea Room & Floral Emporium High Tea served daily www.mademoiselleclifford.com * The Hudson Music Fest Notable annual events in Hudson include the Hudson Street Fair, the Hudson Yacht Club Labour Day Regatta, the FruitBowl Regatta (North America's

a game of road hockey. Hudson Yacht Club The Hudson Yacht Club (HYC) is a boating and social club founded in 1909 on the shores of Lake of Two Mountains (Lac des Deux Montagnes). The club annually hosts the "FruitBowl" regatta for young sailors and the Labour Day Regatta for its general membership and visitors. The HYC has published two retrospectives: ''Hudson Yacht Club: Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Year'' in 1984


Pétionville

: www.nytimes.com aponline 2010 01 12 world AP-CB-Haiti-Earthquake.html title Haitian Earthquake Causes Hospital Collapse date 12 January 2010 work The New York Times accessdate 12 January 2010 The 7.0-magnitude earthquake destroyed many buildings in Port-au-Prince, and a lot of homes in the Montana area including the Hôtel Montana. The ''Club de Pétionville'' (Pétionville Club) golf course has been changed into a tent city

by the US Army and now houses 50,000 to 80,000 Haitians. Ireland On-Line, "Aid agencies overhaul food distribution in Haiti", 30 January 2010 (accessed 31 January 2010) Its tennis courts host the US 82nd Airborne. ''Boston Globe'', The field hospital at the club was operated by NDMS teams from the US Department of Health and Human Services. http

: www.boston.com news world latinamerica articles 2010 01 31 much_rests_on_haiti_elite "Much rests on Haiti elite" , Maria Sacchetti, 31 January 2010 (accessed 31 January 2010) The club was built in the 1930s and had only around 300 members at the time. Golf.com, "Once a club with 300 members, Haiti's lone golf course is now a refugee camp", Farrell Evans, 20 January 2010


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