(l-r) Linda Mitchell, Janice Kane, Ann Kelsey and Enid Billerbeck play Party Bridge at Sixth Annual Benefit Bridge Luncheon for Family & Children's Service
“Bridge is a very popular game today, especially
Following a light buffet lunch, players settled down for three hours of mostly silent
Founded in 1957, the Navarumsunk Auxiliary adopted its name from the Native American tribe that inhabited the Rumson- Fair Haven peninsula. Their premiere fundraising event, a small poolside Summer Fashion Show, eventually evolved into the much anticipated annual Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show. Together with the Bridge Tournament, the group raises thousands for FCS programs and services each year.
“Much as bridge players depend on others at the table, we are grateful to have the Navarumsunk Auxiliary on our team,” says FCS President and CEO, Vincent D’Elia. “Their continuing support of the agency has directly benefited untold numbers of individuals and families in need.”