Bridge club wrap-up

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, call Jane Nearing Go at 826-9753, or Betty Moore at 245-1994.

Winners of Thursday’s seven table, 28 player event were: North-South — First, Pat Burgess and Loukas Fytros; Second, Sheila Honeywell and Janet Rauchet.

East/West tied for first and second: Jim and Coleen Lawshe and Dick Shen and Jane Asher.

Thursday, the game and luncheon were held at the Regency at Puakea to celebrate the forthcoming birthday of King Kamehameha. The site is beautiful and the directors wanted their seniors to see the Regency.

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.

Results for Thursdays, three table, event are: First, Judy Smith and Rob Van Ekeren; Second, Ilse Rothschild and Glenda Lewis.

The ACBL-sanctioned Sunset Duplicate Bridge Club plays each Saturday (open game) 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.

Results for Saturday’s five table, 20 player event are: First, Dick Shen and Dileep Bal; Second, Bill and Betty Carroll.

Members of the Ka Haku o Hawaii 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.

Today the club will be celebrating King Kamehameha Day with a luncheon following the game sponsored by the Club.

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