Interested in Bridge Lessons? Contact Patti Lee for more information.
On Friday, May 3rd, we are holding our Annual Cambodia fundraiser. It is at Trinity Presbyterian Church at 2737 Bayview Ave, just south of 401.
Events start at 9.30 am. John Rayner will be lecturing. He is fabulous and it is super fun. This will be followed by lunch and a presentation by Patti Lee and then a game in the afternoon.
Minimum donation is $40.00 plus $14.00 for lunch and rent (yes, we do pay a substantial rent). There is NO maximum on the donation.
We do need your help so that we can keep sustaining our FIVE schools in remote villages of Cambodia. You will receive a tax receipt for your donation.
CAMODIA FUNDRAISER @ Penfield Country Club, Penfield, New York
On Thursday, May 9 at the Penfield Country club, 1784 Jackson Road, Rochester NY!
We will also have a Silent Auction. This year it will be focused on bridge items. Many of our wonderful "A" Players are donating their time to play in a game of bridge with you. This is a priceless opportunity to improve your bridge game, while being gently coached by these experts. As well, Cheryl and Duncan have again volunteered to run a game in your home. What a lovely way to entertain your friends. And much more is being lined up for you to bid on!
MINIMUM DONATION of $35.00 (no maximum) (Tax receipts will be issued for your donation) PLUS $20 to cover cost of continental breakfast, lunch, and coffee & tea throughout the day.
PLEASE PRE-REGISTER Please make checks payable to SALLY HILL
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Canadian Kindness Felt in Faraway Cambodia
Most people in the bridge world know Barbara Seagram as one of the top teachers, a prolific author and an intrepid tour guide. What's not so well known is how far she will go to help her fellow mankind.
About three years ago, Seagram and fellow tour guide Patti Lee discovered a need in Cambodia and went into action.
Today, they and their supporters sustain the operations of four schools in Phnom Penh area, paying for electricity, supplies (including computers) and the salaries of teachers and librarians.
Funds to help run the schools come from the bridge players of Canada.
"We couldn't do it without them," says Lee, a retired IBM accountant executive who took up teaching and directing bridge after leaving the company.
Lee has traveled with Seagram for 20 years, organizing and escorting bridge groups in various parts of the world.
Seagram is gratified at what she and the bridge players of Canada have managed so far but she is realistic: "There's so much that needs to be done." Continued...
Please visit the Banyan Tree Organization website. Your donation will be used for the construction and operations of the schools. The schools are supported from donations through the Bridge Groups from Canada and the U.S.A.