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Harbour Ridge Mah Jongg Tournament will benefit the EFMC

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MaryLou Owen, Edwardine Tasco and Kathy Tierney

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Annette Theriault, Lois McGuire and Carolyn Caiola

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In only four short years, the Harbour Ridge Mah Jongg Tournament has become one of the most popular events of the season – a sellout every year. This year’s event on March 3 is sure to be a repeat success.

Since its lauded debut in 2020 under the expert guidance and leadership of Lois McGuire, a resident of the upscale community, longtime supporter of Education Foundation of Martin County, and now foundation board member, the event is more eagerly anticipated every year.

Mah jongg is so popular around the world that it has its own special day of recognition on August 1. And that even though it’s called National Mah Jongg Day, it is – in fact – celebrated internationally.

Registration and continental breakfast kick things off at 9:30 a.m., followed by rules review and morning play at 10:30 a.m.

A sumptuous lunch prepared by the skilled Harbour Ridge chefs will be served from 12:30-1:20 p.m., and play resumes at 1:30 p.m.

An awards ceremony wraps up the day’s events at 3:45 p.m.

The $75 entry fee includes cash prizes, breakfast and lunch, awards, and valet parking at the clubhouse.

Enrollment is limited to 100, with no cancellations accepted (substitutions will be accommodated).

The event supports The Education Foundation of Martin County and its many educational enrichment programs which benefit teachers and students in the Martin County’s public schools.

Current sponsors include Sandhill Cove Retirement Living, Pinder’s Nursery, and MIDFLORIDA Credit Union.

For information about how you can sponsor or play in the tournament, call 772-600-8062 or visit Make plans to join other players who believe that good friendships are like Mah Jongg —easy to play, hard to win.

To learn more about Education Foundation of Martin County, visit

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