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Updated: 02/21/2018 08:30:03AM

Playing poker for a good cause

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Dwight Cool picking his seat assignment form Barbara Cook. Behind Cook is Kristy Haislip.

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From left; Rick Burgess, Amy Campbel, Gerald Campbell, Jim Campbell, Rebecca Cleveland. Standing are Paul Morris and Dwight Cool (in cowboy hat).

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Poker Dealer: Johnny McCoy, a volunteer dealer from the Sebring Poker Club.

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Rhonda Ginocchio and Sheila Kuyrkendall with Sheila’s Corner Pub and Liquor Store.

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From left; Tish Pyle, Sandy Ford, Kristy Haislip, Barbara Cook and Bill Ford.

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Poker players in action.

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The “Dream” – the NEAT Center (New Concepts Educational Arts and Training Center).

BY SHARON WEATHERHEAD

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Poker players filled the Stroup Civic Center Friday night, Feb. 9, where New Concepts by Visions Inc. held their “How the West was Won” Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament. Some arrived decked out in their best cowboy hats and boots to try their luck and have an evening of fun.

Poker chips and playing card decorations hung from the ceiling and western saddles decorated a few side tables. A mobile bar was set up by Sheila Kuyrkendall and Rhonda Ginocchio with Shelia’s Corner Pub and Liquor Store.

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