For the tenth year Mary Beth Fisher, serving as a collector for the national Mah-Jongg players at Robson Ranch Arizona, ordered their annual card for 2019. This Mah Jongg is often called “American” because it is played all through the United States. Annually a new card is ordered by each player for the card details the legitimate hands for play in that particular year. By ordering as a group with Mary Beth, as the collector of the national league, returns all funds above the cost of print for those cards back to the collector to disburse to their chosen charity.
The Valley Humane Society in Casa Grande is the charity chosen for 2019. This Mah-Jongg group has given nearly $1500 over the past ten years to local charities, often in honor or memory of one of their players. The funds this year are in memory of Dee Peterson who passed away in 2017 and had a passion for humane treatment of animals.