The Third Annual Henry Clay Croquet Tournament will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday on the back lawn of Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, 120 Sycamore Road. Teams will play at least three rounds for prizes and the winning team's name on the Legacy Trophy.
No experience or equipment is necessary. Spectators welcome, white attire preferred. Cost is $50 per team of two, with a 64-team limit. Reservations recommended. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (859) 266-8581.
Delage wins at Concours d'Elegance
A 1937 Delage was named Best In Show at the annual Keeneland Concours d'Elegance on July 20.
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The Mari Hulman George award for Best of Show went to the 1937 Delage D8 120 SS Aerodynamic Coupe presented by The Patterson Collection of Louisville. The French car also was named top car in its class, Coach-built Classics. The Best of Show Award is presented by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Keeneland Concours in honor of Mari Hulman George.
This one-off short chassis coupe, with a body by Letourneur et Marchand, was originally ordered for a European prince and is the only known short chassis D8 120.
The Iacocca Award, in honor of Lee Iacocca, considered one of the fathers of the Ford Mustang, was given to Mike Scanlon, a Lexington business leader and car collector.
This year's Concours also featured the Ford Mustang, in celebration of the 50 years of Mustang in 2014. Hundreds of Mustangs flocked to the grounds, and several were honored, including the 1967 Shelby American GT500 Convertible that won the Junior Judges Award and the 1965 Mustang Convertible that won the People's Choice Award. The Children's Choice Award, chosen by children representing Kentucky Children's Hospital, went to a 1936 Auburn 852 Boattail Speedster.
For more information, visit Keenelandconcours.com.
Couple wins bridge contest
Ray and Kathy Linck of Lexington won the Worldwide Bridge Contest held June 8 at the Bridge Club of Lexington, 3517 Lansdowne Drive.
There were 5,060 pairs of bridge players competing at 255 clubs in 27 countries around the world in this World Bridge Federation Simultaneous Pairs Game.
In North America, 122 clubs participated in the United States, 23 in Canada and one in Mexico.
For their worldwide win, the Lincks will receive 300 federation points as well as American Contract Bridge League masterpoints and certificates for their accomplishment.
Other top 10 winners were from Venezuela, India, Italy, Botswana, Japan and the United States.
Alzheimer's workshop set for Aug. 23
An Alzheimer's Family Caregiver Workshop, for those who have a friend or family member who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia, will take place from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Aug. 23 at 1140 Red Mile Place. Local experts, including a neurologist who specializes on memory disorders, a social worker and dementia educator, will discuss the basics of dementia, how to care for the person with dementia and self-care for caregivers. Registration is $10 and includes lunch. Registration is required. To register, email email@example.com or call 1-800-272-3900. Public meeting set for sewer project
Citizens will have the opportunity to learn about a critical sanitary sewer improvement project in the Mt. Rushmore Way-Fenwick Road area of the Century Hills neighborhood at a meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Luke United Methodist Church, 2351 Alumni Drive.
Lexington's Division of Water Quality will present information on the upsizing of a gravity sanitary sewer line during the meeting.
The Century Hills work is an improvement project required under the Consent Decree, a legal agreement the city signed after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency sued Lexington for alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act.
The project is scheduled for bids in early fall, with construction estimated to begin in October. For more information, visit Lexingtonky.gov/remedialmeasures. Math circle to begin in September
Central Kentucky Mathematics Circles will begin its fall session in September. A mathematics circle is an opportunity for students to explore new ideas in mathematics in a friendly, informal environment. Meetings of the mathematics circle will be led by faculty and students from colleges and universities in central Kentucky.
The fall session will consist of six meetings on Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. in Lexington. The circle welcomes students in grades 8-12 and is free. More information is available at Math.uky.edu/~circles/hscircle or by contacting the co-director, Russell Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Interested students and parents should attend the organizational meeting from 7-8 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Math House, 654 Maxwelton Court on the University of Kentucky campus.