The winner of the Rotary Foundation split-the-pot contest on March 9, 2015 was Mario Grijalva.  Mario collected the weekly split of $21, but was unsuccessful in his attempt to win the accumulated pot of $83 when he cut the 3 of Clubs from the deck.  The contest will continue next week with only 49 cards remaining in the deck.

 

The winner of the Rotary Foundation split-the-pot contest on March 2, 2015 was Stuart Goldsberry.  Stuart collected the weekly split of $23, but was unsuccessful in his attempt to win the accumulated pot of $62 when he cut the Jack of Diamonds from the deck.  The contest will continue next week with only 50 cards remaining in the deck.

 

The winner of the Rotary Foundation split-the-pot contest on February 23, 2015 was Ed Peterson.  Ed collected the weekly split of $23, but was unsuccessful in his attempt to win the accumulated pot of $39 when he cut the 8 of Hearts from the deck.  The contest will continue next week with only 51 cards remaining in the deck.

The winner of the Rotary Foundation split-the-pot contest on February 16, 2015 was Tom Erlenwein, a guest and soon to be proposed member.  Attendance was low due to the combination of the Presidents Day holiday and the nasty weather, resulting in a small weekly split of $16.  Since this was the initial drawing for the new contest, the accumulated pot was also $16.  Tom donated the weekly split back to the scholarship fund and then cut the Jack of Spades from the deck.  So the contest will continue next week with only 52 cards remaining in the deck.