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What's Doing

A listing of area meetings and events in the Brainerd lakes area.

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Brainerd Duplicate Bridge Club scores

Sept. 28: Bruce Eastman and Patrick Spradlin, 56 1/2; Charlie Ruud and Don Rasmussen, 44; Sandy Chase and Lane Weber, 42 1/2; Jan and Ken Herd, 42.

The club meets at 12:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Westgate Mall.

Advance sign-up is encouraged.

To sign up or for more information: bruceclyde71@yahoo.com or patrickspradlin55@gmail.com .

Widow Friends to meet

BAXTER — Widow Friends will meet 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 3, at the Pizza Ranch in Baxter.

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Voice of Democracy competition announced

The annual VFW Voice of Democracy writing competition goes through Oct. 31.

Students in sixth through eighth grades can compete with a 3-5 minute written and spoken essay on the theme, “Why is the Veteran Important?”

Local winners receive $200, $250 and $300.

More than $154,000 in prizes are waiting for those moving to state and national Veterans of Foreign Wars competition.

Previous winner information and competition details are at brainerdvfw.org/voice-of-democracy .

PEO Chapter CJ to meet

PEO Chapter CJ will meet Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Diane Hillman’s home.

Vi Klugness will be the co-hostess. Program will be by Diane Hillman.

The Center, Brainerd, bridge scores

Monday winners: Jeff Hartmann, 4660; Sally Adams, 3840; Dorothy Adamson, 3550.

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Area duplicate bridge scores

Ideal Town Hall, Sept. 20: Carol Johnson and Lori McCormick, 72.5; Chris Brown and Diana Brown, 71.44; Carol Lindahl and Greg Lindahl, 56.81; and Jane Kleinsasser and Sally Larson, 55.69.

Ideal Town Hall, Sept. 22: North-South: Marlene McArthur and Mary Leland, 98; Chris Brown and Enga Wodziak, 96; Janet Herd and Ken Herd, 89.50; and Shirley Gronholm and Lorraine Northagen, 83. East-West: Eric Hanson and Mary De Hanson, 101.5; Sue Caquelin and Joyce Roemer, 99.5; Donna Fleer and Larry Fleer, 95; and Sally Larson and Jane Kleinsasser, 78.

Crosslake Community Center, Sept. 23: Larry Fleer, 5150; Ginny Hersey, 4230; and Shirley Gronholm, 3900.

Senior dances planned

Senior dances will be 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the Eagles Club in Brainerd with music by Frank and Fran; and 1-4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at the Deerwood Legion with music by Two for the Road.

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