Today's FIRST 24-HAND prize went to Ruth Adams!
We ended the day with the CHICKEN in my hot little hands
and the LAST 24-HAND prize!
Nobody claimed today's DIRECTOR'S AWARD, a Raggedy Ann (6-7-8-A-A),
so that prize pot will roll over to next week
and I will add an additional $5 to celebrate my success today!
So next week's DIRECTOR'S AWARD will be worth $15 next week!
JULIA BICK got picked on by Steven Wennstrom and I,
putting the only two skunks today, so she easily
won the WORST SCORECARD prize!
See me next week Julia for your prize!
(Julia, if it's any consolation, you and Karen Keil both won
the same number of games and earned the same number of game points.)
Out of the goodness of her heart, EDITH PAYNE responded
quickly when I called her at the last minute to say we had an odd number of players
(not to be confused with having "odd players")
and she rushed right over to join us.
She even brought some delightful brownies!
Edith was rewarded when she finished in SECOND PLACE!
By the way, Edith is the newest member to "officially" join the club!
WELCOME to the 29 Club Edith!
We all wish Ray Mielbrecht a speedy recovery from his recent knee surgery!
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