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BULLETIN

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Click on "Competitions" on the menu bar to see a running total of "Best Player 2019", "Best Pair 2019" and "2019 Masterpoints". This will be a running total until the end of the year.

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ANNUAL MEETING

The Annual Meeting of Phillip Island Bridge Club will be held on Monday, February 25, 2019, commencing at 11.30am.

BEST MONDAY PLAYER - JANUARY

Don Stewart-Uden 60.47%
Kaye Douglas 60.30%
Yvonne Mears 58.58%

BEST WEDNESDAY PLAYER - JANUARY

Kaye Douglas 60.93%
Yvonne Mears 59.32%
Shirley Stewart 59.11%
 

MONTHLY WINNERS
MONTHLY WINNERS

Kaye Douglas was the best Wednesday player for January, while Don Stewart-Uden took the title for the best Monday January player.

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3 SCORE YEARS + 10 TRISH
3 SCORE YEARS + 10 TRISH

Long-time member of Phillip Island Bridge Club, Trish Stewart-Uden, celebrated her 70th birthday recently. Trish, centre of picture, shared her milestone birthday with members of the bridge club.

THURSDAYS WITH BERYL
THURSDAYS WITH BERYL

Beryl Chilcott was a well known and much-loved resident of San Remo. She could be frequently spotted zooming around town on her mobility scooter with her beloved dog Star in tow. She was a remarkable and inspirational woman who always looked for the good in people. She detested bad manners and bad grammar !
Beryl was fiercely intelligent. She attended MacRobertson's girls' school and won senior dux of the school. She was awarded a prestigious scholarship to Melbourne University in the days when scholarships were a rarity and highly prized. Sadly, her parents insisted that she decline the scholarship and seek employment. She went to work for a large insurance company and with mathematics being one of her special gifts she became a systems analyst in the formative years of computers.
Having a daily $1.00 bet on the horses with her brother, Dicky, was one of her pleasures. She was also known to enjoy a tipple or two. She was an avid reader and loved poetry. Another passion was playing bridge and with her strong mathematical and analytical skills she was a natural - and a fierce opponent.
Beryl was a founding member of Phillip Island Bridge Club and in addition to playing club events she started a Thursday afternoon group where novice players could practice their game in a relaxed environment with the support of more experienced players. Play always kicked off with a glass of "bubbles".
Several people are committed to continuing "Thursdays with Beryl" in the spirit of her joy of socialising and her love of bridge. Play commences at 2pm each Thursday and if you are interested in learning bridge or just want to hone your game, come along and join us and help keep Beryl's legacy alive. For more information contact Wendy on 0459200265.

CHARITY
CHARITY
President, Paul Waylen presented a cheque for $350 to Bob Andrews of the San Remo CFA - proceeds of the annual Helen Graham charity day. Members were interested to hear about the continuing work of the CFA including clearing after the local Grantville fire. 
HELEN GRAHAM WINNERS
HELEN GRAHAM WINNERS

Pam Thresher and Paul Waylen were the winners of the Helen Graham duplicate event and were presented with the perpetual shield by club Vice-President, Don Stewart-Uden (right).

2018 Individual Champion
2018 Individual Champion

Individual Champion for 2018 Monika Poole is congratulated by Vice President Don Stewart-Uden.

Calendar
20th February 2019
Wednesday Duplicate
12:30pm
25th February 2019
Monday Duplicate
12:30pm
27th February 2019
Wednesday Duplicate
12:30pm
Results
Monday Duplicate
Wednesday Duplicate
Monday Duplicate