Posted by John M. Miller on May 21, 2018
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on May 21, 2018 was Jan Garske.  Jan collected the weekly split of $22 but failed to find the Joker from the remaining deck of cards and instead drew the  Eight of Hearts.   The accumulated pot will start at $238 next meeting with  41 cards in the deck.
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on May 14, 2018 was, for the third straight week, the pooling players at Dave Palmer's table.  Brandon Elliot represented the table and collected the weekly split of $21, but failed to find the Joker and instead drew the  Queen of Hearts.   The accumulated pot will start at $216 next meeting with  42 cards remaining in the deck.
 
 
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on May 7, 2018 was, once again, the pooling players at Dave Palmer's table.  Don Fucci represented the table and collected the weekly split of $18, but failed to find the Joker and instead drew the  Ace of Spades.   The accumulated pot will start at $195 next meeting with  43 cards remaining in the deck.
 
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on April 30, 2018 was the pooling players at Dave Palmer's table.  Don Fucci represented the table and collected the weekly split of $18, but failed to find the Joker and instead drew the Two of Clubs.   The accumulated pot will start at $177 next meeting with  44 cards remaining in the deck.
 
After several attempts, the winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on April 23, 2018 was Steve Haren.   Steve collected the weekly split of $18, but failed in his attempt to cut the Joker from the deck and instead drew the Ace of Hearts.   The accumulated pot will start at $159 next meeting with  45 cards remaining in the deck.
 
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on April 16, 2018 was Cita Strauss.   Cita collected the weekly split of $21, but failed in his attempt to cut the Joker from the deck and instead drew the Jack of Hearts.   The accumulated pot will start at $141 next meeting with  46 cards remaining in the deck.
 
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on April 9, 2018 was Ed Zatta.   Ed collected the weekly split of $22, but failed in his attempt to cut the Joker from the deck and instead drew the eight of Spades.   The accumulated pot will start at $120 next meeting with  47 cards remaining in the deck.
 
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on April 2, 2018 was, once again, the pooling players at Dave Palmer's table.  David Berchowitz represented the table and collected the weekly split of $24, but failed to find the Joker and instead drew the Ace of Clubs.   The accumulated pot will start at $98 next meeting with  48 cards remaining in the deck.
 
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on March 26, 2018 was the pooling players at Dave Palmer's table (even though Dave was not there.  Birthday boy, Max Evans represented the table and collected the weekly split of $22, but failed to find the Joker and instead drew the Queen of Spades.   The accumulated pot will start at $74 next meeting with  49 cards remaining in the deck.
 
The winner of the Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest on March 12, 2018 was Karen Harvey.   Karen collected the weekly split of $15, but failed to find the Joker and instead she drew the 7 of Spades from the deck of cards.   The accumulated pot will start at $34 next meeting with  51 cards remaining in the deck.
 
A new Athens Rotary Foundation Scholarship Fund split the pot contest started on March 5, 2018.   The weekly winner was Art Marinelli.   Art collected the weekly split of $19, but failed to find the Joker and instead drew the 4 of Hearts from the full deck of cards.   The accumulated pot will start at $19 next meeting with  52 cards remaining in the deck.