The Te Puke bridge Club held their very successful Christmas Party in the Queen Street Club rooms on Saturday 30 November. Members and friends met to play bridge and have a Christmas meal
The occasion also marked the 60th anniversary of the formation of the club, and was attended by more then 50 members including the Club Patron and founding member Janett Burrett.
Also attending were Life members Byrta Wagstaff and Dora Wickham, both well know Te Puke identities
The tournament was supported by two local businesses, Majestic Interiors and CHT Glynavon, and Michelle Watson, the Glynavon Manager was on hand to hand out prizes to the winners Ray Oakes and Margaret Somers