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Local Bridge with Myrnie McLaughlin

Christmas bridge

Our Salisbury Bridge party was held on Dec. 7 at the Livingstone College facility at the old Holiday Inn, catered by the Livingstone College Culinary Arts program. The preparation of the room and the food were superb. We all had a wonderful time visiting with friends and spouses and the time together was priceless.

We have had two games played at the Salisbury Women’s Club since the last article. Winners at the Nov. 29 game were: 1st Chuck and Margaret Rimer, 2nd Becky Creekmore and Dick Brisbin, 3rd Anna and David Goff. The Women’s Club Dec. 6 Charity game winners were: 1st Pat Featherston and Dick Brisbin, 2nd Betty Bills and Lawana Ford, 3rd Carol Winecoff and Myrnie McLaughlin, 4th Marie Pugh and Loyd Hill.

Our Evergreen game played Dec. 2 was lively and challenging. It was won by:N/S 1st Andra Cozart and Jan Glover, 2nd Marie Pugh and Ruth Bowles, 3rd Fern Albracht and Christy Cline; E/W 1st Judy Gealy and Carol Bachl, 2nd Pat Featherston and Dick Brisbin, 3rd Patsy Reynolds and Toni Iossi.

Featured is board #12 from the December 2nd game N/S vulnerable West dealer

NORTH:

S  7 5 4

H  K J 9 4

D  A T 6 5

C  Q 7

WEST:         EAST:

S  Q 6 2        S  K T 9 3

H  7 5 2        H  6 3

D  7 4 3         D  K Q

C  8 6 4 3      C  A K T 5 2

SOUTH:

S  A J 8

H  A Q T 8

D  J 9 8 2

Best N/S was Dave and Anna Goff making 3HS and best E/W went to Judy Gealy and Carol Bachl who defeated 3NS 2 tricks.

We will hold our “bring your favorite goodies” Christmas party on Dec.r 16 at Rufty-Holmes.

Note: There will be no game at Rufty-Holmes Friday Dec. 23. The center is closed for Christmas. We will resume the Rufty game Dec. 30. There will be games at the Women’s Club Dec. 20 and 27.

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