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Jeanie Hulsey Bridge Benefit raises $3,123 for The Library at Cedar Creek Lake

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The Cedar Creek Lake Literary Club hosted their semi-annual Jeanie Hulsey Bridge Benefit on March 24, 2016 at the Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church in Tool, TX.


Duplicate and Rubber/Party bridge divisions were offered for the participants with a luncheon served.  The sanctioned duplicate division was directed by Gloria Rowland of The Bridge Studio in Gun Barrel City.


First Place for the Rubber/Party was Barbara Mueller and Jeanne Hight.


First Place Duplicate (East/West) was Sandy Molander and Bonnie Magee.


First Place Duplicate (North/South) was Jimmy Wright and Sandra Campbell.


The winner of the Wal-Mart gift card was Fran Sonka.  Recipients of the flowers was awarded to Nell Alspaw, Jimmy Wright and Gloria Rowland.


This bridge benefit and luncheon raised a total of $3,123 from entry fees, baked items, the Wal-Mart raffle and generous donations.


To date, this event has raised a Grand Total of $55,470 for the Library.


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




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