Thanks for making Bunco fundraiser a success

Editor,

Guild 21 of Providence General Children’s Association hosted their 14th annual Bunco night on March 24 at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club. Guests enjoyed a lively game of Bunco, tasty hors d’oeuvres and an opportunity to bid on terrific items at the silent auction. Thanks to the following individuals and businesses for their support:

PGCA Guilds 1,8,18, 20, 21 and C, Anthony James Salon, Crabby Coffee, Frontier Industries, Joni’s Hair Design, Rumours Salon, Casey’s Crafts, China City, Patron’s Mexican Restaurant, Bernadette Aguiar-Johnson, Brenda DeForest of Park Avenue Salon, Tierra Gabelein, Seattle Storm, Kathy Duffy, Patty Lanes, Penny Gutzmer, Marie Winn, Sue McQueen, Brandi Smith, Margaret Andersen, Sandra Stipe, Susie Black, Dale and Chris Einwalter.

A special thanks to our terrific hosts, South Whidbey Providence General Children’s Association Guild 21: Traci Winn, Jody LaBissoniere, Mary Dettrich, Mary Rovang, Kathy Gianni, Wendy Alexander, Nan Roth, Laurie Gabelein, Nancy Steiner, Lauren Pool, Tricia Bozin and Cindy Currier.

And, finally, our deepest appreciation to Useless Bay Golf and Country Club, especially Kindra, Jacob, Mark and Mac and Chef Steve Anderson.

Traci Winn and Jody LaBissoniere

Guild 21

Whidbey Island

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