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Lewis River Golf Course’s new owner plans property updates

Venue hosting grand reopening Saturday

By , Columbian staff writer
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Woodland’s Lewis River Golf Course at 3209 Old Lewis River Road was purchased late last year by Princess Cheese, LLC. The golf course had been under the ownership of the Stading family for three generations.

“Princess Cheese has a long-term vision for the property that is bringing an original and exhilarating experience and vision to this cherished acreage,” according to a statement about the purchase.

The company says it will update the property with plans to reinvest in its recreational character in the future.

“Being a positive contributor to the Woodland community is at the heart and soul of each manager and employee at (Lewis River Golf Course), because the intention is to be here for at least three generations, as well,” the statement reads.

The golf course will be managed by Nelly Sweet, who was an employee there before the sale.

“We are grateful for Nelly’s leadership and her commitment to her family, her community and to the surely magical land that Princess Cheese has now been entrusted with,” the statement reads.

The facility, including the rustic clubhouse, will be updated throughout the year.

The clubhouse is Northwest themed, with log, river rock and iron accents. The restaurant, the North Fork Grill, will offer new menu items.

The venue is hosting a grand reopening 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. An Easter brunch will also be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, and dinner will be held 4 to 10 p.m.


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