- Alexandria US-VA
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Spanning 214 verdant acres in Centreville, Virginia, the Chantilly National Golf and Country Club was founded in 1959. A private facility owned by members, Chantilly promises its members an affordable experience with an exquisite dining area, top-notch tennis courts, a large swimming pool, and one of Virginia's most beautiful golf courses. Last year, Chantilly completed renovations to its locker rooms and pool area, the clubhouse and golf course. Chantilly offers activities that will meet the interests of any member. Swim team registration for 2010 is active; prospective swim team members can download a registration packet from CNGCC.org. The Chantilly golf course offers 18 holes of play accessible for those new to the game yet challenging for golf aficionados. Early tee times and the club's constant upkeep of the course are just two of the many benefits of Chantilly membership. Those interested in joining Chantilly can visit the club's website, CNGCC.org, for more information.
Mr. William Begel leverages 35 years of professional experience toward his current role as a Certified Relocation Consultant for Victory Van Corp. With a unique background in teaching, leadership, and sales, William Begel is uniquely equipped to lead clients through the relocation process, as well as familiarize them with valuable information needed to get through each development as efficiently as possible. William Begel is a member in good standing of the American Moving & Storage Association and the Professional Sales Association. William Begel’s efforts on behalf of Victory Van Corp. led to his ranking first and second in sales in 2007 and 2008. William Begel garnered his diverse knowledge through holding three decades’ worth of varying positions. To date, William Begel has worked as a science teacher and a football coach for the New Bedford School District in Massachusetts, a Director of the Army Golf Program, Director of the Armed Forces Sports Program, Secretariat to the Armed Forces Sports Council, and Executive Director of the American division of the International Military Sports Council. William Begel obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and his Teaching Certificate from Averett College. An avid sportsman to this day, William Begel is a member of the United States Golf Association and the Chantilly National Golf and Country Club. Additionally, William Begel enjoys playing football, tennis, baseball, and basketball. Mr. William Begel is a resident of Alexandria, Virginia.
Founded in 1859 as a school for young women, Averett grew to a fully accredited, co-
educational, four-year college in 1971. Today, the university attracts students from 30 states and 15 foreign countries and offers degree programs at more than 11 Virginia locations.