Although the recently auctioned Bay Pointe Country Club’s (in Wareham) future remains in question, already-booked brides and grooms can still get married there and reception guests can still toast them.
The country club’s mortgage holder, which made the highest and only bids at last week’s auction, hired a management company to help with operations.
“We will be honoring all events that were booked prior to DCU purchasing the property and will have the staff and management company work with those individuals to ensure that they have a first-class experience at the facility,” wrote John LaHair, a spokesman for Digital Federal Credit Union of Marlboro. “That includes providing catering and liquor service.”
There are now 25 events scheduled at Bay Pointe, according to LaHair, who said this number includes wedding and receptions.
The Club is seeking to transfer the liquor license. Until then, the only liquor that will be served at Bay Pointe will be at already-booked functions, where the liquor license is held by outside vendors, LaHair wrote. In the meantime, he said DCU is “submitting an application to the Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission for the license.”