We celebrated RUTH ADAMS’s 86th birthday with cake provided by her daughters Nancy and Sue.
And look who ended the day at the TOP of the chart! We all wish you many more years of picking our pockets Ruth!
We also welcomed our very own RAY MIELBRECHT back! Ray has been absent for many weeks while his wife recuperated.
FOR THE RECORD:
AL DeCARO scored the FIRST 24-HAND
MIKE SUDDUTH ended the day holding THE CHICKEN
KIM LAZARE emptied out the SKUNK POT
Nobody got the DIRECTOR’S AWARD, which is a FLUSH-RUN.
(Next week we’ll ease up a little and allow a 4-card flush-run in the hand.)
And the RAGGEDY JULIA and RAGGEDY ANDY will both roll over to next week.
SPECIAL NOTE: A reminder that Ken Larson’s 5th grade class will be learning to play cribbage at Chautauqua Elementary at 2:30 next Friday. Ken would love to have you join him to help teach the kids the GREAT game of CRIBBAGE!