Monthly Archives: August 2011

Club #65: Little Rock DBC in Little Rock, AR

August 18 The Curtis Finch Bridge House is one of the finest bridge facilities in all of the ACBL. It was built with donations from its members, one of whom was Curtis Finch Jr., the son of the man the … Continue reading

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Club #64: The Village Card Club in Hot Springs Village, AR

August 17 Every club should have an Andy Cosby. Andy introduced Easy Bridge and his club has grown over a few years to almost 800 members. He does, however, have an advantage: the club is located in a retirement community … Continue reading

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Club #63: Southwest Missouri Unit 101 in Springfield, MO

August 16 Joyce Easson must be a saint. I double booked and set up games in both Emporia KS and Springfield MO on the same day. When I asked Joyce if we could switch to Tuesday the 16th, she replied, … Continue reading

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Club #62: Emporia DBC in Emporia, KS

August 15 Well this was different! I got to a Best Western with 5 tables set-up and I was the first one there. As people slowly came in I found out how today would be played out. First, my partnership … Continue reading

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Club #61: Sunday Sluffer in Kansas City, KS

Sunday, August 14 Today‚Äôs club stop was in Kansas City, KS and there was a nice treat of having some youth participate in the game. The girls are sisters and the boys are brothers, when mixed they are cousins. These … Continue reading

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Club #60: Des Moines Bridge Club in Des Moines, IA

The Des Moines Bridge Club is a great facility. Initially a shell built to be a bridge club, funds were raised to finish the inside at a cost of about $70,000. Now it is beautiful and just what the players … Continue reading

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Club# 59: Twin City Bridge Center in Minneapolis, MN

Teri Blu has a full slate of 18 games, seven days a week at the Twin Cities Bridge Center. On Friday night I visited, they had 20 tables. I got to play with Sue Jackson who emceed the evening activities. … Continue reading

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