Island bridge clubs wrap up busy week

Members of and visitors to the North Shore and Poalua Bridge Clubs play every Thursday at Sun Village behind Wilcox Memorial Hospital in Lihu‘e at 9 a.m. This is the oldest bridge club on the island and visitors are always welcome to play. To find a partner or additional information, call Jane Nearing Go at 826-9753 or Betty Moore at 245-1994.

Winners of last Thursday’s Howell Movement game were Sheila Honeywell and Deborah Byrnes. Coleen and Jim Lawshe placed second and Jane Nearing Go and Betty Moore came in third.

Members of the Ka Haku ‘o Hawai‘i Bridge Club play the second and fourth Monday of every month at Hanalei Bay Resort in Princeville at 9 a.m. sharp. Players meet for this friendly game for breakfast at 8 a.m. For playing partners or additional information, call Jane Nearing Go at 826-9753.

Winners of last week’s Howell Movement game were Connie Copenhave and Pat Berg, with Bill and Betty Carroll finishing second.

The Sunrise Duplicate Bridge Club plays each Thursday at the Church of the Pacific Hall in Princeville promptly at 9 a.m., rain or shine. The club welcomes North Shore visitors and vacationers. For playing partners or information, call Lolita Horney at 826-6805.

Dotty Nakea and Dick Shen took first place in Thursday’s four-table, 16-player event, while Charlie Herbert and R.C. Smith finished second.

The Sunset Duplicate Bridge Club plays each Saturday at the Church of the Pacific Hall in Princeville promptly at 1 p.m. For playing partners or information, call Lenda Helser at 828-0609.

In Saturday’s 24-player, six-table event, Ilse Rothschild and R.C. Smith took first while Pat Burgess and Lolita Horney tied with Jane Nearing Go and Steve Angelone for second.

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