Monday November 24, 2014


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Wheatland Senior Centre news


The Wheatland Senior Centre held activities last week. The following are results from the various tournaments.

The Monday Bridge tournament ended with first place going to Marion Brown, second to George Gillies, and third place to Andy Dumba.

Friday's Bridge tournament results were Harry Schiller in first place, second place finisher was George Gillies, and third place went to Basil Holyer.

The Trump Whist tournament saw first place go to Connie Boucher, second to Howard Giroux, and Elfreida Mantay in third place.

The Hi-Lo Whist tournament first place winners were Norma Lohse and Lorraine Tytlandsvik, second place were Roger and Marie Marcotte, and third place was a tie between Helen Schultz and Bernice Ward and Jean Knibbs and Andy Dumba.

Canasta play saw first place go to Lavine Stepp, second to Jean Reich, and third place to Marlene Szczecinski.

In Kaiser, first place winners were John Schiller and Jean Fahlman, second place went to Roger and Marie Marcotte, and third place to Howard Giroux and Annie Balzer.

Thursday's Crib tournament saw first place go to Marge and Leonard Schultz, Ray and Connie Boucher in second place, and third place to Phyllis Lindskog and Donna Davis.

Fun Crib on Friday winners were, first place to Basil Holyer, Tom Schutz in second, and third place to Ray Boucher.

Shuffleboard first place winners were Ruby Schmidt and Pat Schutz, with Agnes Tumback and Lavica Mahnke in second place, and third place going to Vi Paterson and Ed Bartlett.



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