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Huntley Area Lions Club: The Huntley Area Lions Club will again be hosting a pasta dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 10, at the Huntley High School cafeteria, 13719 Harmony Road.

Cost is $9 for adults if purchased in advance of the dinner ($10 at the door) and $5 for children 10 and younger.

Tickets are available from any Huntley Area Lion or at the door for an extra dollar.

Dinner includes pasta with meatballs, salad with tomatoes and cucumbers, ranch or Italian dressing, garlic bread, ice cream cup, chocolate chip cookie, milk, lemonade or coffee.

In addition to the food you are contributing to local and worldwide Lions charities for the vision and hearing-impaired, scholarships to Huntley High School seniors, and local charities like the Grafton Food Pantry, Home of the Sparrow, Transitional Living Services' veterans programs, including the New Horizons center in Hebron, the Veterans of Foreign Wars' Veterans Starter Kits for homeless vets just receiving housing.

The Lions are almost 1.5 million strong worldwide. They are active in more nations and political entities than the United Nations. Its motto is "We Serve," and thanks to all of you, they can serve more who truly need and appreciate a helping hand.

For tickets and information, call Lion Jim Harper at (847) 961-1646.

Pinochle: The results from the April 15 morning session, with 31 members present, are: high score Tony Barruzza, 604; low score Dennis Watts, 405; high round Gene Oostdyk, 150; double pinochle Frank Mrozek and Al Brewer; all tricks Rollin Paxon and Carole Marsh.

The results from the April 15 afternoon session, with 64 members present, are: Tony Paladino, 639; low score Jack Wagner, 382; high round Arlene Wille and Tony Palladino, 170; double pinochle Carol Anderson, Carol Charpentier, Stu Goldstein and Dennis Smith.

Monday duplicate bridge: The results for April 15 are: North/South: Ken Kenny and John Nelson, 58.42 percent; John Snow and Carleen Eschenbach, 56.84 percent; Ray and Sue Tunelius, 53.10 percent; and Gary and Mary Meyer, 50.77 percent; and East/West: David and Nancy Bachman, 57.49 percent; Mike Haller and Bob Sears, 56.01 percent; Pat Zenner and Pierre Pollin, 55.74 percent; and Nancy Riley and Charlotte Irvine, 53.89 percent.

Tuesday evening contract bridge: The results for April 16 are: Larry and Dawn Schlarb, 5,660 points; Karen Richardson and Carol Charpentier, 4,800 points; Pat Zenner and Karen Carroll, 4,660 points; Harry and Gini Leopold, 3,610 points; Lai-Ming Ma and Mary Ann Karl, 3,430 points; and tie, Sam and Beth Gilbert and Nancy Riley and Pierre Pollin, 3,080 points.

Wednesday contract bridge: The results for April 17 are: Paul Clark, 8,070 points; Ruth Kelly, 5,640 points; Olivine Grove, 5,070 points; Pierre Pollin, 4,710 points; Carlos Castellon, 4,640 points; and John Petras 4,360 points.

Friday duplicate bridge: The results for April 19 are: Section A North/South: Sam and Beth Gilbert, 58.58 percent; Dennis Lynch and Richard Houde, 56.25 percent; Jan Koerner and Lois Morrissey, 55.96 percent; and Rod and Dorothy Johnson, 53.54 percent; East/West: Jocelyn Levy and Jay Kadakia, 58.68 percent; Pat Zenner and Pierre Pollin, 58.47 percent; Carlos and Dottie Castellon, 57.57 percent; and Ruth Kelly and Donna Irwin, 56.72 percent. Section B North/South: Ted McHugh and Bob Batiste, 57.08 percent; Kay Burda and Arvind Shah, 55 percent; Gary and Mary Meyer, 52.08 percent; Kathy Dahl and Bobbie O'Toole, 48.33 percent; and East/West: Larry Schlarb and Jim, 57.08 percent; Janet Hundley and Lorraine Rasmussen, 52.50 percent; John Knoll and Ken Kenny, 52.08 percent; and John Snow and Carleen Eschenbach, 49.17 percent.
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