Bridge Club Brings Friends Together and Promotes Mental Health
Playing bridge is good for you! It increases brain activity, which can help delay the onset of dementia.
Some studies even suggest the skills used to play bridge can help stimulate the immune system, and help fight off infections. Beyond that, playing bridge will keep you connected with old friends, and meet new ones.
Phyllis Peterson, resident since 2007, and Bill Cole, here since 2013, enjoy leading Bridge Club. They are always willing to offer assistance and help in any way they can.
There’s a table waiting for you, come join us today.