L. E. Phillips Senior Center


Weekly Social Programs (More information in the newsletter)

  • Creative Artists
  • Happy Hookers (Crafters)
  • Community Service Volunteers
  • Rubber Stamping
  • Blue Grass Jam

Cards & Games (Schedules available in the newsletter)

500  - game focuses on tricks. The winner of the trick leads on the next trick. Once all ten tricks have been played, the hand is scored. Practiced players are welcomed to join.

Bridge - four rounds of six hands, each is played according to the laws of Contract Bridge. Change partners after each round.

Cribbage - Game for 2 to 4 players in which the score is kept by inserting pegs into holes arranged in rows on a small board.

Pinochle - Object is to make an intelligent bid decision leading to success in making the bid.

Sheepshead - Played with 7-8-9-10-J-Q-K-A on four suits, for a total of 32 cards.

Smear - A point trick game. Winner is determined by the total value of the cards won in tricks, not number of tricks won.

Hand and Foot - A North American version of Canasta that’s perfect for four players, although it can be played by any number of even players. The goal is to get rid of your cards from your hand, then your foot, by laying them down in rows. The team with the highest score at the end of the game wins.

Mah-Jong - Game of Chinese origin played with 4 people with tiles resembling dominoes and bearing various designs.

Duplicate Bridge - Players compete against each other for each hand played. Scores are compared to the other players’ scores.

Euchre - Game played with trump suits using a right & left bower.