Area briefs

Card club winners named

TROY — TWIG 4 Card Club Marathon winners for September include:

Bridge winners:

Group 1:

First — Martha Crouse and Joyce Hoover

Second — Belva Bemus and Barbara Shroyer

Third — Mickey Fletcher and Barbara Wilson

Group 2:

First — Tom and Sue Gagnon

Second — Chuck and Liz Curtis

Third — Art and Joanne Disbrow

Group 3:

First — Barbara Wilson and Penny Dye

Second — Lou Holter and Judy Logan

Third — Joyce Fraas and Ruth Jenkins

Group 4:

First — Mary Jo Berry and Lou Holter

Second — Lou Holter and Mary Jo Berry

Third — Judy Logan and Sue Gagnon

Group 5:

First — Alice Schlemmer

Second — Mary Jo Lyons

Third — Marge Burk

Group 8:

First — Bonnie Rashilla

Second — Judy Logan

Third — Nancy Nims

Group 9:

First — Mickey Fletcher and Sally Jason

Second — Bill and Mary Lynne Mouser

Third — Dottie Laufer and Joan Hunter

Group 10:

First — Kathy Jent

Second — Sandy Haack

Third — Mary Beth Anthony.

Bird Club to hold pie sale

MIAMI COUNTY — Miami Valley Bird Club and Rescue is having a fundraiser selling Mehaffie’s Pies. The flavors are apple, dutch apple, cherry, peach, blueberry, lemon, chocolate cream, coconut cream, and pecan. These pies are baked fresh a few days before delivery and can be frozen up to six months.

Pies are $10 each and will be delivered on Sunday, Nov. 19 (the Sunday before Thanksgiving). Orders will be taken until Monday, Nov. 6, and pies must be paid for at time of order.

If you don’t want a pie but would like to help two causes, you can purchase a pie and it will be donated to St. Pat’s Kitchen in Troy. Contact Kim Seitz (937) 440-0016 or for more details.

Library book sale begins Oct. 20

TROY — The Friends of the Troy-Miami County Public Library will sponsor their semi-annual book sale today through Sunday, Oct. 22, at the Miami County Fairgrounds, 650 N. County Road 25-A, Troy, Ohio.

Sale times are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. A members-only preview night will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19, during which time new memberships may be purchased.

A great selection of books, puzzles, DVDs, special titles, and old books are available with prices starting at 25 cents. Sunday is $1 per bag of books and all specials are half price. All proceeds will be used for the Summer Reading Club, literacy efforts, and special purchases for the library.

For more information, call (937) 339-0502 or go to