By JoAnn Mullen Flag – a cloth with colors, patterns, etc. used as a symbol of a nation; the history of which tells a compelling story of duty, honor and commitment. LCG will celebrate Flag Day this month with a presentation originally created by the late Les Tenney. Les was a great patriot and collected… Read More »
Flag Day, Father's Day, weddings - it must be June!
By JoAnn Mullen My father watched me like a hawk as I grew up. Early on I had put him through his paces. He was there to let some air out of my way-too-ambitious plans. When I talked as if I’d just invented a cure for athlete’s foot, he would cut me down to size… Read More »
By Dave Dana Do you know why brides wear veils? “Here comes the bride” down the aisle, all dressed in white. Her face is hidden behind a veil. Why? Well, it’s commonly held that the groom should not see his bride on their wedding day before they are married. Yes, but there’s much more to… Read More »
By Patty Paulsen Norman Schwartz is a well-known name in the international world of duplicate bridge, but he is also a favorite among LCG residents for directing weekly sanctioned bridge games, arranging tournaments, and teaching bridge classes. As a University of Colorado freshman, he learned to play bridge; at age 17 became the youngest American… Read More »