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Employment History

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CaddyShack


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CaddyShack's restaurant


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Caddy


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www.orilliapacket.com

Joe Winacott, owner of CaddyShack's restaurant and bar on West Street at Colborne, was hoping to take possession of The Zoo on Aug. 1 and begin a complete renovation in the fall.He was hoping to expand and jazz up the restaurant to capitalize more effectively on tourist traffic while pulling in more locals.But the private deal fell through.Winacott, whose family sold CaddyShack's in the meantime, had planned to take staff with him to the new location beside the Orillia Legion.But that isn't going to happen."The staff could be out of luck," he said.Continued After Advertisement BelowAdvertisement> Winacott said he couldn't comment on the circumstances that led to the collapse of his deal to purchase The Zoo or what would eventually happen to the property.Winacott said he is disappointed at the turn of events, but has back-up plans.


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Joe Winacott, owner of CaddyShack's restaurant and bar on West Street at Colborne, was hoping to take possession of The Zoo on Aug. 1 and begin a complete renovation in the fall.
He was hoping to expand and jazz up the restaurant to capitalize more effectively on tourist traffic while pulling in more locals. But the private deal fell through. Winacott, whose family sold CaddyShack's in the meantime, had planned to take staff with him to the new location beside the Orillia legion. Winacott said he couldn't comment on the circumstances that led to the collapse of his deal to purchase The Zoo or what would eventually happen to the property. Winacott said he is disappointed at the turn of events, but has backup plans.


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In 2003, when Joe Winacott, owner of Caddy- shack's, hired him, he had no idea about his condition: "He was fine back then.For Winacott, who called Sweeney a loyal and trusted friend, the slippery slope of his disease lingered in the back of his mind.


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Sports - 6/1/2007 @ 09:00 Caddyshack's owner Joe Winacott picked a great time to register his first hole-in-one, accomplishing the feat during the 20th annual Georgian College Classic earlier this week at Hawk Ridge Golf and Country Club.Osprey Media. - Orillia Packet & Times - Ontario, CACaddyshack's owner Joe Winacott picked a great time to register his first hole-in-one, accomplishing the feat during the 20th annual Georgian College Classic earlier this week at Hawk Ridge Golf and Country Club. Playing in a foursome with Doug Vance and Matt Osbourne, representing Molson's, along with Mick Kingston of the college, Winacott aced the 116-yard, 13th hole on the Meadow Nest course using a pitching wedge.The shot just cleared the lip of the green, bounced twice and ended up in the hole, according to Winacott, who will receive 36 dozen Nike golf balls for his effort on the sponsored hole.


www.orilliapacket.com

Joe Winacott, owner of CaddyShack's restaurant and bar on West Street at Colborne, was hoping to take possession of The Zoo on Aug. 1 and begin a complete renovation in the fall.He was hoping to expand and jazz up the restaurant to capitalize more effectively on tourist traffic while pulling in more locals.But the private deal fell through.Winacott, whose family sold CaddyShack's in the meantime, had planned to take staff with him to the new location beside the Orillia legion.But that isn't going to happen."The staff could be out of luck," he said.Continued After Advertisement BelowAdvertisement> Winacott said he couldn't comment on the circumstances that led to the collapse of his deal to purchase The Zoo or what would eventually happen to the property.Winacott said he is disappointed at the turn of events, but has backup plans.


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