Club News 03.23.24

March 23, 2024 at 1:00 a.m.


Wednesday Bridge Group Met
Wednesday Night Bridge Group met at Grace Village on Wednesday.
The winners were Kathy Clary, Betty Walston, John Wagley, Sam Salisbury, Annette Magner and Nancy Dalton.
The group welcomes bridge players of all skill levels to join them from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays at Grace Village. If interested, call John Wagley at 574-268-1330.

ABC Bridge Club Played
The ABC Bridge Club met at Grace Village with Sharon Tuttle as hostess.
Winners were Peggy Wilson and Edith Vitoux.

Vintage Motorcycle Club To Meet
The local chapter of the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club meets at the Old Train Depot in Pierceton at 6 p.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. This is an informal meeting and all who are interested in motorcycles are invited to attend.

Thursday Bridge Met
Thursday Bridge Club met at Maria’s Restaurant.
On March 14, winners were Sharon Hotz, Carol Freeman, Carolyn Young and Nancy Dalton. On Thursday, winners were Sondra Dicken, Carolyn Young, Nancy Dalton and Nanette Newland.

Literary Club Met
WINONA LAKE– The Winona Literary Club met Wednesday.
The featured music performer was Nate Braun, a homeschooling senior from Elkhart County, who performed his senior piano recital for the club. Braun has been performing piano recitals since 2016. In 2021, he competed in the Symphony of the Lakes Young Artist competition and won third place. Braun's recital for the club was a mix of classical pieces and hymns.
Norma Roose gave a 5-minute personal history. She will be 100 years old on March 31. If anyone wishes to send her a birthday card, her address is 181 Grace Village Drive, Winona Lake, IN 46590.
Lorna Klein gave an engaging book review on "Women in the Civil War" by Larry G. Eggleston. There were 27 members present and two guests. The business meeting was conducted with minutes read, treasurer's report, courtesy report and new business. The next meeting is April 3. Dr. Donald DeYoung will be the special speaker. Young is chairman of the Science and Mathematics Department at Grace College, Winona Lake. His courses include physics, astronomy and mathematics. He will speak about the upcoming total solar eclipse on April 8. Text or call your RSVP to Carol at 574-551-7668 by March 30.
The Winona Literary Club meets on Wednesdays, biweekly, at 1:30 p.m. at the Grace Village Robin Hood Community Center in Winona Lake. Meetings are scheduled six times in the fall and six times in the spring. Speakers, book reviews and music are interspersed throughout the year. A short business meeting and refreshments are included. Ladies from the community are welcome to attend.

Wednesday Bridge Group Met
Wednesday Night Bridge Group met at Grace Village on Wednesday.
The winners were Kathy Clary, Betty Walston, John Wagley, Sam Salisbury, Annette Magner and Nancy Dalton.
The group welcomes bridge players of all skill levels to join them from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays at Grace Village. If interested, call John Wagley at 574-268-1330.

ABC Bridge Club Played
The ABC Bridge Club met at Grace Village with Sharon Tuttle as hostess.
Winners were Peggy Wilson and Edith Vitoux.

Vintage Motorcycle Club To Meet
The local chapter of the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club meets at the Old Train Depot in Pierceton at 6 p.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. This is an informal meeting and all who are interested in motorcycles are invited to attend.

Thursday Bridge Met
Thursday Bridge Club met at Maria’s Restaurant.
On March 14, winners were Sharon Hotz, Carol Freeman, Carolyn Young and Nancy Dalton. On Thursday, winners were Sondra Dicken, Carolyn Young, Nancy Dalton and Nanette Newland.

Literary Club Met
WINONA LAKE– The Winona Literary Club met Wednesday.
The featured music performer was Nate Braun, a homeschooling senior from Elkhart County, who performed his senior piano recital for the club. Braun has been performing piano recitals since 2016. In 2021, he competed in the Symphony of the Lakes Young Artist competition and won third place. Braun's recital for the club was a mix of classical pieces and hymns.
Norma Roose gave a 5-minute personal history. She will be 100 years old on March 31. If anyone wishes to send her a birthday card, her address is 181 Grace Village Drive, Winona Lake, IN 46590.
Lorna Klein gave an engaging book review on "Women in the Civil War" by Larry G. Eggleston. There were 27 members present and two guests. The business meeting was conducted with minutes read, treasurer's report, courtesy report and new business. The next meeting is April 3. Dr. Donald DeYoung will be the special speaker. Young is chairman of the Science and Mathematics Department at Grace College, Winona Lake. His courses include physics, astronomy and mathematics. He will speak about the upcoming total solar eclipse on April 8. Text or call your RSVP to Carol at 574-551-7668 by March 30.
The Winona Literary Club meets on Wednesdays, biweekly, at 1:30 p.m. at the Grace Village Robin Hood Community Center in Winona Lake. Meetings are scheduled six times in the fall and six times in the spring. Speakers, book reviews and music are interspersed throughout the year. A short business meeting and refreshments are included. Ladies from the community are welcome to attend.

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