Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN

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June 29, 2010

Bridge-a-rama players sought

PLAINFIELD — The Plainfield Tri Kappa bridge-a-rama scramble was held earlier this month at Van Buren Elementary School.

Winners in the daytime play were Mary Arnold and Irene Talvis, first; Dee Anderson and Harla Lyle, second; and Judy Knight and Mary Arnold, third.

The nighttime play winners were David and Karen Gooding, first; Matt and Brian Gooding, second; and Bill and Barbara Furman, third.

Anyone interested in playing bridge is welcome and the group is currently signing up players for next year. They play once a month from September through May, excluding December. Cost is $10 for the year.

Proceeds from this project go to local charities.

For more information or to sign up, call Betty DeBaun at 745-5882 or Mary Ann Shrum at 839-6605.

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