the weather was extremely foggy, Jerry
Edge and Doug Cote were seeing clearly
enough to record a 70.83% game. Very well done!
Lamoen has had surgery to set her badly broken ankle. She
continues her recovery and expects to be at the club soon.
Elliott had a bad fall last week. Apparently nothing was
broken, but he
is suffering considerable pain. We all wish him a speedy recovery.
- Sorry no Friday O/A STaC are available at
starting this week, Jan will be turning her partnership chair
duties over to Lil Neale
for a couple of weeks. Contact Lil at
Membership page is in need
of editting; especially the inactive list.. Please, have a look
at this page and advise if you are aware of any
- On a sadder note, we
were all deeply saddened to learn of the passing on Friday of Pam Good, one of
our most improved players. A card of sympathy has been sent to
husband Steve and family. As well, the club will be making a
the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital Foundation in Pamís memory.
PAM ANNE GOOD: On
February 16th the world lost one of the happiest people we know. Pam
wonderful wife, mother and friend, who will always be remembered for
for life, quick smile and contagious laugh. She is
lovingly survived by her husband and best friend of forty-seven
years Steve, her daughters Jenny (Dave Chromczak), Corry (Eric
Edith Wheeler (predeceased by her father John), brother Jeff Wheeler
wife Cindy, brother-in-law Paul Good and his wife Joan and
Beth Smith and her husband Brad and nieces and nephews. Pam
spent her early years on a farm on the lake near Selkirk before moving
to Simcoe in elementary school. After graduating from Simcoe Composite
Pam obtained her honours psychology degree from the University of
Ontario and a teaching degree from the University of Toronto. Pam and
finally settled in Tillsonburg where they remained for the last
loved to travel, read, play bridge,
golf, walk in the woods and watch
the dogs run or just relax by the pool on a Sunday afternoon. Most of
loved spending time with her family.
Milestones this month:
loved her community and was a past president of the ladies section of
the Tillsonburg Golf Club, past director of the Curling Club and past
the Tillsonburg Museum Board.
we wish we had more time with Pam, we will cherish all of the
amazing memories we have with her. Visitations
will be held at Ostrander Funeral Home, 43 Bidwell St.
Tillsonburg, ON (519-842-5221) on Wednesday, February 21,
from 2-4pm and 7-9pm, followed by a celebration of Pamís life for
friends at the Bridges at Tillsonburg Golf Club on Saturday February
starting at 7pm. Unfortunately, we could not honour her request for a
- New Life Master: Liz Iles & Jim Duffus
- New Bronze Life Master: Liz Iles & Jim Duffus
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If you are a CBF
member, check out M. Abbey's
article, 'Helping to Speed Up the Game', that discusses 6 ways to speed up the
game. It is on page 11 in the Bridge
Canada Magazine. Tho his writting and web site (BeginnerBridge) are geared to
the novice/beginner these points serve as a good review for ALL players.
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