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Dogwood schedule announced

Next weekend Rufty-Holmes Senior Center is the location for the Dogwood Tournament.
Friday, Feb 21 sessions are 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., Saturday Feb. 22 sessions are 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
There are sections for novice players only, and all sessions have refreshments available.
Sunday Feb. 23, the Swiss Teams begin at 10 a.m. and continue through the afternoon. Novices are encouraged to get a 4 person team together and compete. Team games are great fun.
On Sunday there is a break for a catered meal around noon.
Players can play any session and are not required to play all sessions. The exception is the Sunday teams game. Teams must play both sessions.
If you need help to find a partner, our partnership chair is John McLaughlin: call 704-636-9781.
The winners at the Friday, Feb. 7, Evergreen game were:
First, Dick Brisbin and Loyd Hill; second, Stella Shadroui and Becky Creekmore; third, John and Myrnie McLaughlin; fourth, Harold and Carol Winecoff.
Tuesday, Feb. 11, Women’s Club winners were:
First, Pat Macon and Carol Bachl; second, Myrnie and John McLaughlin.
Our featured board is #9 from Evergreen.
The Wayne Pegram/Brenda Pace pair had the best N/S score bidding 4CS * and the best E/W score was made by the Patsy Reynolds / Pat Macon pair. They bid 2SE making 5.
E/W was vulnerable and NORTH the dealer.

NORTH:
S A 5
H Q 7 4 3 2
D 3
C Q J 8 5 2

WEST: EAST
S Q 8 S: K J 9 7 4 3 2
H A K 8 H T 6 5
D J T 7 5 4 2 D K 8
C K 6 C 7

SOUTH:
S T 6
H J 9
D A Q 9 6
C A T 9 4 3

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