Bridge club wrap-up

The Sunrise Duplicate Bridge Club plays each Thursday at the Church of the Pacific Hall in Princeville at 9 a.m. The club welcomes visitors and part-time vacationers. For playing partners or information, call Barbara Adair at 826-5115.

Winners for the four-table, 20-player game on Thursday were: First, Bill and Betty Carroll; Second, Ilse Rothschild and Glenda Lewis.

The ACBL-sanctioned Sunset Duplicate Bridge Club plays each Saturday at the Church of the Pacific Hall in Princeville at 1 p.m. This long-established club conducts friendly and competitive play for all island players. For playing partners or information, call Barbara Adair at 826-5115.

Winners for the eight-table, 32-player event were: North/South — First, Francine Donahue and Loring Harkness; Second, Ilse Rothschild and Earl Reeve; East/West—First, Gail and Rob Van Ekeren; Second, Steve Angelone and Jane Go.

Members of and visitors to the Poalua and North Shore Duplicate Bridge Clubs play every Thursday at Sun Village behind Wilcox Memorial Hospital 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 for more information, please call Jane Nearing Go at 826-9753, or Betty Moore at 245-1994.

Winners for the seven- table, 28 player game on Thursday were: North/South — First, Jim and Coleen Lawshe; Second, Patty Ficker and Louise Halfhill.

East/West — First, Doris and Johnny Glover.

Members of the Ka Haku o Hawai‘i Bridge Club play the second and fourth Mondays of every month. The games start promptly at 9 a.m. and visitors are especially welcome. For further information or to find a partner please call Jane Nearing Go at 826-9753.

Results for the Howell Movement game Monday were: First, Jane Nearing Go and Glenda Lewis; Second, Sarah Schmanski and Laura Thomson, a visitor from Colorado.

The winning percentages were remarkable: First, 75 percent; Second, 72.5 percent.

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