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Jeanie Hulsey Bridge Benefit Raises Over $3,100 for The Library at Cedar Creek Lake

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The Literary Club of Cedar Creek Lake hosted the Jeanie Hulsey Bridge Benefit at the Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church in Tool, TX on October 22, 2015.  There were two divisions, with Gloria Rowland of the Bridge Studio as the director of the sanctioned duplicate division.  Ruth Pimm and Judy Scott co-chaired the event.


Donated prizes were awarded to the winners of both divisions.  Joe Ellis was the winner of the donated $100 Wal-Mart gift card.  Literary Club members worked in the kitchen to serve lunch to the players.


Winners in the Rubber Division are Kay McDowell and Kay Oksanen.  Winners in the Duplicate Division (East-West) are Sandy Molander and Bonnie Magee.  Winners in the Duplicate Division (North-South) are Patsy Gordon and Pansy Blakely.


The Cedar Creek Lake Literary Club raised $3,153 to benefit the Cedar Creek Lake Library in Seven Points.  This brings a grand total of $52,347 from past years to sustain the library for the community.


The Literary Club meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 9:30 a.m. at the Library at Cedar Creek.  Guests are welcome and for information regarding membership, please contact President Rosalie Randall at (903) 498-8333.




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