"There needs to be something more substantial to understand they don't treat people in this manner," she said.
Grandview's full statement from co-owner JJ Chronister: "Yesterday at Grandview Golf Club, several of our members had an experience that does not reflect our organization's values or our commitment to delivering a welcoming environment for everyone.
Archaeologist Sturt Manning and colleagues have revealed variations in the radiocarbon cycle at certain periods of time, affecting frequently cited standards used in archaeological and historical research relevant to the southern Levant region, which includes Israel, southern Jordan and Egypt.
Please know that we are taking this issue very seriously and expect our own organization to meet the highest standards for service that allows for everyone to feel comfortable and welcome." african american, carolyn dow, discrimination, dover township, golf, grandview golf club, j.j.
She is also the president of the York branch of the NAACP and a former candidate for York County judge.
Instead of a meeting, she was hoping for sensitivity and diversity training.
Also, the group that was playing behind the women had taken a break as well and had not even teed off yet, Harrison said.
Thompson said they were offered reimbursement for their memberships, but she said, "That is the equivalent of, 'We don't want your business.' We kept saying, 'Look, we're members,'" she said.