inners of the Vanderhoof bridge Challenge Cup

Fun and good company with bridge club

On Sunday, February 27th - the Village Inn hosted 32 players to the 13th Annual Stevens Challenge Cup duplicate bridge tournament.

On Sunday, February 27th –  the Village Inn  hosted 32 players to the 13th Annual Stevens Challenge Cup duplicate bridge tournament. Players attended from Quesnel and Prince George as well as Vanderhoof club members.

This is a “Special” duplicate bridge tournament which began as part of the 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Everett and Lee Stevens.

The Village Inn continues the tradition by hosting it each year.

One attendee in conversation was overheard to say,

“Good food, conversation and competition is hard to resist and we look forward to attending every year.”

The Challenge Cup was won this year by Marie Sonnott (L) & Maureen Larson (R), from Prince George.

The Duplicate Bridge Club in Vanderhoof meets each Monday night at the high school.

 

The club is looking to grow in numbers and anyone interested in learning or joining the bridge club is welcome to call and leave a message at the Village Inn –  250-567-4477.

 

Players attended from Quesnel and Prince George as well as Vanderhoof club members.

This is a “Special” duplicate bridge tournament which began as part of the 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Everett and Lee Stevens.

The Village Inn continues the tradition by hosting it each year.

One attendee in conversation was overheard to say,

“Good food, conversation and competition is hard to resist and we look forward to attending every year.”

The Challenge Cup was won this year by Marie Sonnott (L) & Maureen Larson (R), from Prince George.

The Duplicate Bridge Club in Vanderhoof meets each Monday night at the high school.

 

The club is looking to grow in numbers and anyone interested in learning or joining the bridge club is welcome to call and leave a message at the Village Inn –  250-567-4477.

 

 

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