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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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    jodie

    we play board games every week. Sorry is our favorite, then chinese checkers. We also play cards, Uno, Skipbo and poker.

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    Diann

    On the rare occasion we do play a board game, it is always Aggravation. Love it!

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    Kris

    I grew up playing aggravation with my grandmother on a board made by my uncle while he was in school. Such fond memories. My husband and I play cards or yahtzee every night after supper and enjoy the time to unwind from our day.

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      Kevin

      Kris, good to see you on here! And that is so nice that you and your husband do that every evening…I sometimes feel that society has become so wired, so internet-driven…time spent playing games like that with one another has to be great for a relationship!

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    Jill Stratman

    I grew up playing Aggravation as well. We had a board for 4 players and one for 6. I have one of the boards and I believe my brother has the other. It’s a great game because even fairly young children can understand and play. What great memories it brings back! Hundreds and hundreds of hours trying to “aggravate” one another lol

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    Heather Mitchell

    With my youngest granddaughter now living with me…she’s 8….she loves to play board games. For Christmas she got a slew of them. Sorry, Yahtzee, Monopoly, Scrabble, Uno Attack just to name a few. Her favorite? Scrabble! Every night we play a game of Scrabble. She loves word games….and so do I. She’s also learning the game of Chess from her Uncle.

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    Denise

    Sequence, and Scattergories

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    Mary Ellen Hemenway

    Carroms is an old board game we played many many years ago. The board fit over the top of a card table, with net pockets in the corners. Playing pieces were ring circles you tried to get into the corner pockets. I feel like this is really showing my age even knowing about this game. I still have the board my parents had.

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      Kevin

      Mary Ellen, welcome to Amish Cook online and thanks for sharing! Your description matches what the Eichers and Coblentzes always told me they played…sounds fun!

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