Friday, November 11, 2016
GVMC Remembrance Day Crib Tournament
The GVMC's Remembrance Day Crib Tournament will be held on Friday Nov. 11, 2016 at the GVMC Clubhouse at #306-192nd St. Surrey B.C. Sign up and coffee will be from 10:30am - 11:00am with the games starting at 11:02am after two minutes silence to honour our veterans. The event is generally over by 4:00pm. Signup is $20.00 which includes snacks, a meal and cash prizes. All are welcome. You don't have to be a Club member to participate. Just a beginner - come on out and learn - we don't play cut throat crib. Everyone is more than happy to help new players. It's great fun - lots of laughs - and a chance to socialize off the bikes. Friends and family are welcome as well.
As we only have room for a maximum of 32 playersplease let us know if you are planning on attending by contacting us through the Contact Us on the left so that we can put your name on the list and count noses for food. Be sure to give us a phone number so that we can contact you if there are any changes to the event or if our quota is filled.
Check under Past Events for pictures and information on previous Remembrance Day Crib Tournaments. More photos in the Photo Gallery.
The Remembrance Day Crib Tournament was held Nov 11, 2016. We had the required number of players to proceed. Tables and boards were set up and games started. Dinner was cooked & snacks were purchased accordingly for the day.
There were 24 players and some others who enjoyed a fun afternoon of food, laughs camaraderie and playing cribbage.
First place went to Anne Talley and Ron Serne, 2nd to Phil Blackburn and Jackie Heppler, 3rd place to Berny Shultz and Rob Pinder. David Massey and John Fell won the prize for low score.
We managed to show a profit of $131.00 and some remaining food will be used for the club in future.
A special THANK YOU to Phil &Julie Blackburn, Jackie Heppler. Donna Serne, Surena C., Berny S.,Sandy G. and Bill Talley for assistance with food prep and clean up for this event
Hope to see you all out again next year. Jim Brooke