22 April 2014
Who says playing board games and cards is a dying pastime?
Based on the more than 40 people who took over a room at the Lake Monticello clubhouse Saturday (April 12) for the second CoveCon, it may even be growing.
The bar was set with food and drink and card tables were set with every strategic board game imaginable. Craig Girard was pleased.
“I wanted to create a day where gamers came together to not only play games but to experience the creativity of those within the group and in our community,” said Girard, the instigator.
Girard hosted the first CoveCon at his Lake Monticello home last year. It was such a success, he decided to do it again, only this time, host it at the clubhouse.