Fifty-six members of the Bridge Club of Lexington gathered Sunday to play cards and raise money for Alzheimer's research. Before play even started, the group had raised $4,200.
Fifty-six members of the Bridge Club of Lexington gathered Sunday to play cards and raise money for Alzheimer's research. Before play even started, the group had raised $4,200. Lexington Herald-Leader
Fifty-six members of the Bridge Club of Lexington gathered Sunday to play cards and raise money for Alzheimer's research. Before play even started, the group had raised $4,200. Lexington Herald-Leader

Members of Lexington bridge club join their hands in bid to battle Alzheimer's disease

June 21, 2015 4:56 PM

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