Augusta Bridge Club

AUGUSTA — Augusta duplicate bridge club winners for Wednesday were Jean Bird and Paul Jones, Leslie Lord and Nancy Lindgren, Stefanie Barley and Nina Mendall, and Sharron Hinckley and John Hackett. Winners on Thursday, June 28th were Glenn Angell and Rona Backstrom, and Ken Harvey and Donna Bartlett.

The club meets at 1 p.m. Wednesdays at Granite Hill Estates, 60 Balsam Drive, Hallowell, and 6:30 p.m. Thursdays at Kennebec Plaza, 20 Willow St., Augusta. All are welcome; a partner is guaranteed.

For more information, call 485-2530.

Fairfield Bridge Club

FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield nonsanctioned bridge club winners on Tuesday were David Bourque and Suzanne Morrison, who placed first; Carroll and Audrey Harding, second; Barbara Terhune and Karen Torrey, third; and Diane Bishop and Jackie Chadbourne, fourth.

The club meets at 11:30 a.m. every Tuesday at the Elks Lodge, Industrial Road in Waterville. Bring your own partner.

For more information, call 453-2410.

COHEN COMMUNITY CENTER

HALLOWELL — Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center, announced its recent bridge winners.

Game day bridge winners on Wednesday were Gene Murray, who placed first; Maureen Brochu, second; and Paul Betit, third.

Cribbage is played Mondays, game day bridge Wednesdays and bridge Thursdays at the center. For more information, call 626-7777.

Waterville Bridge Club

WATERVILLE — The Waterville nonsanctioned bridge club winners on Thursday were Betty Perry and Barbra Terhune who tied with Louis Violette and Frances Roy, for first place; Anita Mathieu and PeggyThompson, second; Gabrielle Rice and Carmen Landry, third; and Evelyn Lerman and Joan Roderique tied Alice King and Dick Quinlan, for sfourth.

The club meets at 11 a.m. Thursdays at Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center, Gold Street. Bring your own partner.

For more information, call 872-5932.

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