Club #5: Manchester and the Mountains DBC in Manchester Center, VT

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

What a fun group! Bob Smith gives a lot to bridge in this area, and is even building a club in a house for the future. Today I played in Manchester Center at an Eagles Lodge with twelve tables. Half of the lodge is a bridge club and the other half is a bar. My partner was Barbara Cross, one of the founders of bridge in Manchester. Manchester and The Mountains DBC boasts the title of “Vermont Friendly Bridge,” and I can say that I would definitely enjoy a return visit.

After the game we migrated from club to bar with relative ease and worked on handling the World’s problems. 

The new club Bob Smith is building in a home

The new club Bob Smith is building in a home

"Vermont Friendly Bridge" sign

Wayne Hersey (Montpellier DBC), Craig Robinson, John Conova (Manchester DBC), and Bob Smith, Director and Host

Wayne Hersey (Montpellier DBC), Craig Robinson, John Conova (Manchester DBC), and Bob Smith, Director and Host

Until next time,

Craig

Check back often for travel entries by Craig as he continues his bridge odyssey.

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2 Responses to Club #5: Manchester and the Mountains DBC in Manchester Center, VT

  1. melind0908 says:

    Let us know ahead of time where you will be playing and maybe there will be a few extra tables.

    • phil erlenbach says:

      if you have contact with bob smith in manchester, please pass on my email address …i’m an old friend and player from brookfield, ct and i’d like to hear from him..thanks.

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