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2015 RULES!

The other day I received two emails – one from our dear friend Shirley in Canada and another from a new friend, JoAnn, in Wisconsin. By coincidence, both emails were about the same hand – the triple 2015 hand. Check out these photos and their comments. BTW, congratulations to both ladies for completing a truly wonderful hand!

From JoAnn (who won twice with this same difficult hand!): 
“What a day….
I had TWO wins of this “hole in one” hand in MahJongg today!!
Needless to say, it was a good day!”

photo 2From Shirley, who is playing with truly spectacular tiles and I would expect nothing less from her! Check out those Soaps!!

“Tonight’s Mah Jongg night at the local temple was to raise funds for the “Out of the Cold” program run by many churches and synagogues in Toronto. What made the evening more fun was that I played with women that I had never played with before and then I had this hand. Since we all forgot to bring a set I had called a friend who lived close by and she brought this nice set along. Now I have to pretty it up with some nice Joker stickers.”



Two readers have asked for my help and now I turn to all of you…can you help?

As many of you know, I dream of owning an enrobed Mah Jongg set.

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Well, it’s been several weeks since I was able to post about Mah Jongg and me – I am now recovering at home from successful knee replacement surgery and am so very happy to be here!

And just as I was about to post another unusual Mah Jongg set, I received an email from Connie Vandre, a Mah Jongg teacher in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Posted here are pictures from the Sheboygan Senior Activity Center where Connie teaches and where she also plays weekly. These pictures are from their annual Mah Jongg tournament, conducted as a fundraiser for the Center.

If you live in the Sheboygan area and are looking for a Mah Jongg teacher – or just want to join in some weekly games – contact Connie at cvandre@charter.net.




And here are the winners of the 2013 Sheboygan Senior Activity Center’s Mah Jongg Tournament. Congratulations!