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New President of Monte-Carlo Country Club is appointed

Melanie-Antoinette de Massy has just been appointed president of the Monte-Carlo Country Club.

The role has become a family tradition, taken by her grandmother, Princess Antoinette, from 1972 to 2008 and her mother, Elizabeth-Ann de Massy from 2008 until 2020.

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Melanie-Antoinette de Massys appointment was made official on 15 July, one month after Baroness de Massy passed away.

In a recent press release, Melanie-Antoinette de Massy said that she has been training for the position all her life by my mother and has accepted her new role with a lot of emotion.

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Le 15 juillet 2020, une communication a été envoyée par Mademoiselle Melanie-Antoinette de Massy aux Membres du Club afin de les remercier pour les nombreux témoignages d’affection et de soutien qui lui ont été adressés lors du rappel à Dieu de sa chère Maman et qui l’ont sincèrement touchée. Cette lettre informe également que Melanie–Antoinette de Massy a eu « l’honneur et le privilège d’être nommée Présidente par l’ensemble des membres du Comité de Direction ». L’engagement, la continuité et l’avenir sont ensuite mentionnés clairement dans les lignes rédigées par notre Présidente aux Membres et si cette nomination marque une étape pour le Club, il est indéniable dans les mots de la nouvelle Présidente que l’Œuvre de la Baronne Elizabeth-Ann de Massy perdurera. Melanie-Antoinette de Massy a également été nommée Présidente de la Fédération Monégasque de Tennis (FMT) par le Comité Exécutif de cette fédération à laquellele Club est affilié. Texte intégral : https://www.mccc.mc/fr/news/melanie-antoinette-de-massy-nouvelle-presidente-du-m-c-c-c-181.html On July 15th, 2020, a communication was sent by Miss Melanie-Antoinette de Massy to the Club Members to thank them for the many expressions of affection and support that were addressed to her following her dear Mother’s passing, a gesture she was deeply touched by. This letter also informs that Melanie -Antoinette de Massy had "the honor and privilege to be designated as President by all the members of the Executive Committee". Commitment, continuity and the future are then clearly mentioned in the lines written by our President to the Members and if this appointment marks a milestone for the Club, it is undeniable, in the words of the new President, that the significant actions of Baroness Elizabeth-Ann de Massy will continue. Melanie-Antoinette de Massy has also been designated as President of the Monegasque Tennis Federation (FMT) by the Executive Committee of this federation to which the Club is affiliated. Full text: https://www.mccc.mc/en/news/melanie-antoinette-de-massy-new-president-of-the-m-c-c-c-181.html

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The Monte Carlo Country Club announced that for over 50 years, the Baroness, who succeeded her mother, H.S.H. Princess Antoinette, as President of the Club in 2009, worked tirelessly to develop and promote the Club. For all her significant actions and her unfailing commitment, they express their deep gratitude and eternal thanks.

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The Passing of Baroness Elizabeth-Ann de Massy, first cousin of H.S.H. Prince Albert II

With sadness we note that Mrs. Elizabeth-Ann de Massy, ​​first cousin of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, daughter of Princess Antoinette of Monaco, died in the Principality in the evening of June 10th in her 73rd year at Princess Grace Hospital. Very attached to the traditions of the Principality, the Baroness regularly took part in events bringing together all generations.

The Mairie in expressing their condolences commented how very attached she was to the traditions of our Country, and how Baroness Elizabeth-Ann de Massy honoured with her presence the traditional Monegasque events and festivals organized by the Mairie – among them, the traditional Cavagnëtu. The Baroness was thus each year faithfully present at the awards ceremony of the Rainier III Academy, the Superior School of Plastic Arts-Bosio Pavilion, and also that of the Monegasque Language Competition.

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