Saturday October 25, 2014

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Wheatland Senior Centre news

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The Wheatland Senior Centre held their weekly activities with the results as follows:

Friday's Bridge tournament ended with Marion Brown in first place, second place to Basil Holyer, and in third was John Whitell.

The Monday Bridge tournament results were in first place George Gillies, second place went to Erskine Sandiford, and Howard Giroux in third.

Howard Giroux also placed first in the Trump Whist tournament with a tie for second going to Basil Holyer and Phyllis Lindskog.

In Hi-Lo Whist, the team of Connie and Ray Boucher placed first with second place going to Jim and Marion Brown, and Norma Lohse and Lorraine Tytlandsvik in third place.

In Canasta, Eveline Porte finished in first place with second to Anne Gutzke, and in third place was Minnie Borshowa.

Basil Holyer and Kay Bachman took first place in Kaiser with second place going to the team of Elsie Callan and Lavine Stepp, and John Schiller and Jean Fahlman in third place.

Thursday's Crib ended with first place going to Basil Holyer and Howard Giroux, and in second place, Connie and Ray Boucher, with third to Bill and Joan Harder.

The Fun Shuffleboard tournament results were: first place to Agnes Tumback and Bonnie Evans, second to the team of Mary McCurry and Pat Schutz, and Norma Lohse and Ray Boucher in third place.


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