The Oxford Hills Duplicate Bridge Club spent The Longest Day on June 20 playing cards to support the Maine Alzheimer’s Association for the seventh year. This year they raised $5,650, with more money expected. Even though they have not been able to meet and play as usual, members have played online. Since the games are online, they have been joined by players all over the state to contribute and fight against Alzheimer’s and to aid the caretakers. The funds go to Maine Alzheimer’s in Scarborough. Pictured are Cindy and Bob Kirchherr, club winners. Submitted photo

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