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 building was named. Inside is a main playing hall, a teaching room, a library which serves as an extra playing room, and a complete kitchen. Pictured is the director’s office and behind it is a wall of cubby holes where each member can leave convention cards or whatever. I thought that was a nice touch that I had not seen anywhere else. Then there are the people. The main playing room is named in honor of Peggy Jett, a long time member and a delightful lady who I got to play with and we had a good time. This is one wonderful bridge club and I recommend anyone who is in the neighborhood to stop by and play a session. They had 3 sections of 9 tables.