Posted on May 21, 2018
2 cans shoepeg corn (yup, shoepeg)
2 cans black beans
1 can white beans
2 large tomatoes diced
2 avocados diced
1 bunch cilantro chopped (minced)
1 red onion minced
2 cloves garlic, minced
½ cup balsamic vinegar
Serve with tortilla chips or as side salad
* Drain the canned ingredients and rinse. Mix the other ingredients and enjoy
Recipe from: Patty Shribbs
Updated on May 21, 2018
Yesterday was a spectacular day for PBC. We had our first ever Unit Game. I love firsts because we can make mistakes, and no one judges. Well I must brag though ……… I don’t think we had any goofs. Cecelia was on top of her game as our Director. She ran a smooth game. We had nine full tables. But the food, OMG! Our players put on quite a spread. Three kinds of sandwiches, from tuna to chicken and ham to curry chicken salad. The salads included, Cowboy Confetti salad (recipe to follow), mac and cheese salad (Patsy, I want that recipes), Cecelia’s Cole slaw, yummy and more. There were appetizers of cheese and crackers, meat balls (loved the BBQ sauce) and other delicious foods. Desserts were also good, but I have to say, those mini chocolate brownies drizzled in fresh raspberries have me still on a cloud.
So ok, it was not a goof but one of the coffee pots expired before we could get any coffee. But if that’s the worst that happened I am a happy camper. For yesterday’s game results on line go to: www.petalumabridgeclub.com then click ‘here’ under the game results tab and then click ‘go’ under month and year. This is where you see that Chuck and Patsy came in first for C’s E/W. You guys did well! Lynn Blumenthal and Shelly Dunietz came in first N/S and Bob Klein and Sara Rothmuller came in first E/W. Our view overlooked the patio and lake but wow, we also witnessed a mother goose and her eggs. So precious.
PBC is looking forward to another event coming up in June. The Longest Day is June 21st and we will rally for this benefit to support Alzheimer’s research. We have been getting donations for the raffles and silent auction. Stay tuned for more information soon.
Posted on April 23, 2018
MAY 10 and 12: STaC week – This is a SILVER points event $10
MAY 20: Sunday Unit Game – Extra black points, Lunch served $10
JUNE 2: PBC closed – The Community Center is closed for a special event
JUNE 7: NAP (North American Pairs) – almost double RED/BLACK points event $9
JUNE 16: NAP (North American Pairs) – almost double RED/BLACK points event $9
JUNE 21: The Longest Day charity event for Alzheimer’s research (more info to follow) $10
JUNE 28: NAP (North American Pairs) – almost double RED/BLACK points event $9
JUNE 30: NAP (North American Pairs) – almost double RED/BLACK points event $9
JULY AND AUGUST: NAP continues (TBA)
Updated on February 4, 2018
A big congratulations to Wayne Kaneko – he just earned his points for RUBY Life Master !! WTG, Wayne
Congratulations to Frances and Jim O’Brien (72.48%) and Nancy Gunn and Bob Klein (72.82%) 70%+ games today during our combined International Charity and REACH events today. Lots of Red/Black point awarded and for some lucky folks a chance for GOLD.
We have a most supportive club with players bringing extra food (Maureen, where did you get those grapes?) and Cecelia, please give us your recipes for the cran/apple/walnut cake. All those who help clean up (Brian and Richard – you guys are awesome) a special thanks. When we all pitch in by bringing bidding boxes to the front, cleaning up our messes, returning table mats, kindles, pencils to the front, we are through in no time. We are particularly blessed by having the ‘bestest’ director ever, Cecelia, thank you for your support.
Thank you all ! PBC is growing because of your support……. i am humbled
Posted on January 3, 2018
Most Saturdays from 11 to 11:30 am
Game to follow at noon
Dec 30: Negative Doubles — Responder
Jan 6: No Lesson.
Jan 13: Negative Doubles — opener bid after negative double
Jan 20: Reopening Double when responder passes
Jan 27: Support Double; Responsive Double
Feb: Takeout Doubles. (several lessons)
March 24 and on: Beginner Lessons
March 18 (SUNDAY): Learn Bridge in a Day. Details to follow
Posted on November 3, 2017
Picture one shows three incredibly talented ladies. They decorated, prepared and cleaned up. I am beyond appreciation.
Wanda handed out ‘trick or treat’ candy. We had several prizes for best costume (won by Kim F.) and drawings. The gifts were donated by Jan Lee, Lynda McGuire and Karen Rocco (all artists) also known as the clever ACBL chart, the Queen of hearts and the Bidding box.
Tons of food from bloody fingers, vomiting pumpkins (hummus and guacamole) spider deviled eggs, eyeball stuffed mushrooms, Sangria just to name a few. Can’t wait till next Halloween. Or maybe we should plan another event like St. Patrick’s day. Can I wait that long?
Posted on October 19, 2017
Re-open starting October 26th
Due to the situation, the team event is postponed. But we will have Club Appreciation games both remaining days in October. Extra Black points!
Remember our ‘after’ Halloween Party on November 2nd. Come early and come hungry. Lunch served at 11:30 followed by a bridge game. Lots of super nice prizes! Costumes are optional but the best costume wins a prize!
11.2 – After Halloween Party – lunch served at 11:30 come early
11.4 – The Community Center is closed to the public. The PBC game will be held at the Kenilworth Teen Center THIS DAY ONLY (located @ 150 Fairground Dr. behind the Library on E. Washington and Payran)
11.18 – Unit Game, extra black points – $9
11.23 and 11.25 – PBC closed for the Thanksgiving weekend
11.30 – Club Championship – almost double black points
Free lessons with John Shribbs on Saturdays. Note the new start time effective November – lessons will be 11 to 11:30 am
December is STaC time