Dolores and John Brown enjoying life at Lakeside, OH on July 20th, 2016.
2018-2019 SEASON WINDS DOWN
FL P-23B at Betmar, March 4, M/L Doubles, 75 pts. Men Main: 2. Dave Kudro and partner. Consolation: 1. Ron Nurnberger-Larry Mardis. B-23A at Ft. Pierce, M/L Doubles, 75 pts. Ladies Consolation: 3. Flo Kowalewski and partner.
SWCD D-20 at Trailer Estates, March 7 Mixed Doubles, 75 pts. Main: 1. Arlene McCague-Bob Kendall, 2. Marilyn Everett and Jerry Everett, 3. Lois Wegner-Ralph Lozano, 4. Ron and Pam Nurnberger. Consolation: 1. Letha DeVries-Grant Childerhose, 2 John Mickle-Cindy Slaughterbeck, 3. Tom and Cheryl Putnam, 4. Marlene Simpson-J. R. Rathburn.
SWCD A-16 at Trailer Estates, March 8, Any Ams/Any Doubles, 75 pts. Main: 1. Jim Lessard-Norman Goodwin , 2. Gordon Fethke-Stan Bush, 3. Fernand Montplaisir-Donald Cadotte, 4. Ursala Joyal-Rita Marderosian. Con solation: 1. Richard McCowan-Neal Baum, 2. Ann King-Frank Marderosian, 3. Rosalie Walker-Sandra Kolasinski, 4. Alan Heimbaugh-Murielle Lamy.
Thursday, March 14, (Rain Date) finish SWCD D-10 (from Golf Lakes) at Bradenton . Also A-7, 16/75, Single Mingles.
Friday, March 15, Restart SWCD D-11 at Bradenton, Open M/L Doubles, 75 pts. Also A-8. Open to all, even if you were not present on Dec. 20.
Next Monday, March 18, FL P-25at Lakeland, Open M/L Doubles, 75 pts. Reminder: Open to all.
. Last week’s column which saluted the valiant behind –the-scenes contributions of Mabel Sue Daidone failed to observe the fact that both Sue and Chuck Daidone are standing members of the Southwest Coast District Hall of Fame. Chuck was so honored because of the fact that he was legally blind during his shuffleboard career, he used a small telescope to see the goal, and played faithfully as long as health permitted, and played very well considering his handicap. Both have many friends across the Distrct.
. Although registration was less than last season, SWCD D-20 was a spirited, well played contest with several surprises and some new names placing as well. And so went A-16 as well. Past District President Jerry Stannard believes many players could learn more as spectators at tournaments.This would also apply to the Masters coming up March 20-23, at the end of which will also be the annual installation of new members in the SWCD Hall of Fame.