You may have heard, I’m back as a reporter for the News Argus.
Monday was birthday Monday for March, so we celebrated Harry Shreenath and Pat Keim and enjoyed cake in their honor.
Today’s column will be a public service message on the importance of dental hygiene.
Every once in awhile I believe it does us a world of good to have something hit us between the eyes.
Just one more Bill Allgaier story: Gary Partin remembers that when Bill started playing with Ray Galloway years ago, Ray always passed. Whatever Bill bid, Ray would pass.
Our dear Bill Allgaier died last week. Bill and his wife had both been struggling with health issues for a while, but things were better, and Bill had returned to the game to everyone’s delight.
Do you ever find yourself in a time warp — comfortably trapped between “the good old days” and the many options before us now.
It was hard for addicts to get their bridge fix over the holidays since we missed two Monday games, one on Dec. 26 and another on Jan. 2 because the church was closed. Players came roaring back on Dec. 29 and Jan. 5.
God has a wondrous ability to take even our smallest gifts and use them.
At the end of the year we have all sorts of congratulations and achievements to celebrate.
The Christmas party was a big success with 50 people playing bridge and four non-playing spouses showing up for the social hour and dinner. Kudos to Bill Warren for doing yeoman’s work pairing the novices with the more experienced players. Five people came from Kinston to play and four came …
The Christmas season is a season of giving, and Wayne County residents can give an animal a new home by adopting a pet from the local animal shelter.
Let’s hear it for the bridge students. I told them at the first lesson that the only requirement of the course was that they come to the Christmas party, that their only excuse for not coming was that they were having a heart transplant the day of the party.
In November we celebrate All Saints’ Day when everyone pauses to remember those who have gone before. As All Saints’ or All Souls’ Day is celebrated, bridge players remember all those former club members who are no longer with them but who remain in their hearts and minds. There are more fol…
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