Bluffs Bulletin: May 13, 2011

Wednesday morning league returns

Well what a beginning for the Wednesday Morning Ladies on May 4!

We had 17 ladies for luncheon and most stayed for dominoes and cards.

Thank you for coming and making this a great beginning for the year!

Cherry Street Grille (Jon) is serving us again this year. The food is always good. Desserts were by:  June Wagner and Ellie Davis…tasted both and both were great.

We have a new member this year right off the bat � Joan Olson. Welcome Joan!

Quarters drawing is a tradition and here are the first winners this year: Glennis Stewart, Sally Gilbertson, Vaneta Youngworth, Rula Hatch and Pat  Steckelberg. 

There is no golf report as two ladies came (Edith Nelson and myself). It was so windy and too cold for us. Don�t want to catch cold on first day!

The Bridge and Dominoes and other card game results will be in the next report.

Everyone take care. Come join us for all the fun!!!

Pat Steckelberg – Reporter

Mother Nature not cooperating with well

Mother Nature is not cooperating with the WELL. It was another windy night May 5, although only three layers were required instead of four needed for the Monday scramble league. The board members didn�t have all their ducks in a row and forgot to put out the longest putt prize.

Peggy Donnelly, WELL president, improvised with a drawing. The name drawn was Pat Durkin. There were no birdies tonight and Low Net went to Ann Stewart with a 30.  Three ladies had low gross of 47; they were Jane Uhl, Ann Stewart and Liz Merrigan. 

Good job ladies! We hope Mother Nature will be kinder next week.

Seniors go two by two

On May 3, the seniors played a two man scramble format.  Only the winning team earned a prize.  All other balls were distributed randomly by a draw of cards.  A list of teams according to scores was as follows: 

�Dick Burbach and Allan Clem with the best score of 37, Ross King and Elmer Mount at 38, Bob Solomon and Cleland Cook with a 40, Rex Huska and Vern Holter with the better 41, then Harlan Scholt and Jim Reed with the other 41.  Elmer Mount had the only long birdie putt of the day with a 23 footer on hole #15.

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