Sunday November 23, 2014


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Wheatland Senior Centre news


The Wheatland Senior Centre hold weekly tournaments, the following are the results from the week of June 30 to July 4.

In the Friday Bridge Tournament, first place went to Chris Diemert, with second to Chuck Widdis, and third place going to Basil Holyer.

The Monday Bridge Tournament resulted in first place going to George Gillies, second place to Kay Bachman, and the third place winner was Erskine Sandiford.

For Trump Whist, first place was Howard Giroux, second went to Phyllis Lindskog, Lavica Mahnke placed third.

In Hi-Lo Whist, first place went to Marge and Leonard Schultz, with Jim and Marion Brown in second place, and placing third were Helen Schultz and Bernice Ward.

The Canasta Tournament saw first place go to Ellen Eddy, with second place to Kay Bachman, and third place was Marlene Szczecinski.

In the Kaiser Tournament, first place went to Basil Holyer and Kay Bachman, with second place to Alice Schneider and Agnes Tumback, and John Schiller and Jean Fahlman in third place.

Thursday's Crib tournament saw first place go to Basil Holyer and Howard Giroux, with second place to Marge and Leonard Schultz, and Phyllis Lindskog and Donna Davis in third.

In Shuffleboard, first place went to the team of Ed Bartlett and John Tumback, with Norma Lohse and Lavica Mahnke finishing second, and Mary McCurry and Joan Harder in third place.



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