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Board of Director's Meeting
Tuesday, December 19th, 6:00 pm at Clubhouse
All owners are encouraged to attend.
Winter Solstice - A celebration
Friday, December 22nd, 6:30 - 8:30 pm at Clubhouse
Please join us for a bit of food and beverages to celebrate the advent of the winter season.  You need bring nothing but your desire to share joy and good will.
Thursday, January 11th, 6:30 - 8:00pm at Clubhouse
Bingo is back (really, honest) and better than ever.  Grab some cards, visit with neighbors and (perhaps) win - win - win.
Thursday, January 25th, 6:30 - 8:30 pm at Clubhouse
You're invited to participate in our evening of Bunco.  

What Is Bunco?

Bunco is a social dice game, traditionally played with 12 players who are divided into three tables with four players at each table. But really, almost any number can play.

These are the Bunco basics:

  • A game of Bunco is played in two to four sets, with six rounds in each set.
  • A player at the head table rings a bell to signal the beginning and end of each round.
  • During the game, players at each table take turns rolling three dice to try and earn points. All tables play simultaneously.
  • During each round, players attempt to roll the same number as the number of the round (for example, rolling three 3's in Round 3 would earn the player points).
  • For every number rolled that matches the round number, one point is awarded to that player.
  • A player keeps rolling until they score no points. The scorekeeper then records the score they earned onto the table tally as the temporary team score. Then the dice are passed to the player on the left.
  • When the head table has earned 21 points, the round is over. The head table rings a bell to signal that the round has ended.
  • At the end of every round, players change partners and/or tables. 
  • At the end of a game, there are typically multiple "winners." The player(s) with the most Buncos, wins, losses, etc, may earn prizes for their successes.

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