ACBL is holding another regionally rated event October 15 – 18th. These games are run by the ACBL and will pay Gold and Red points. In addition October 26 – November 1st, all points won in virtual clubs will upgraded as well. For upcoming ACBL sponsored events, click the box above to see all events through December.
Unit 356 Congratulates Gordon Diss, Pat Knight, Rudolf Martinez and Patti Teik-Schadow on becoming Life Masters. Congratualations to George Kersels and Elliott Weiss on earning Bronze Life Master status. John McKethen on becoming a Ruby Life Master. To view all rank advances look at the News dropdown.
2020 Southern Arizona Tournaments
NW Bridge and Tucson Charity Bridge Alliance
The Tucson Alliance is a collaboration between Northwest Bridge Club and Tucson Charity Bridge. They have worked to pool the unit's members so that a person can play in a virtual BBO game from any of the clubs. In addition, there may be some special Sunday games. Please check their websites for updated information.
June through February 2021
At this time, the unit is planning on special Unit Games on Sunday November 22nd after the Annual Meeting. There will be 2 games, a NLM and Open Games. Other events through February, 2021 are cancelled. If anything changes, this will be updated.
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ADOBE BRIDGE CENTER
Green Valley Duplicate Bridge Club
HIGH DESERT HANDS
Mike's Play and Learn Charity Bridge
TUCSON CHARITY BRIDGE CLUB
NORTHWEST TUCSON BRIDGE CLUB
SMALL SLAMS BRIDGE CLUB
SAGUARO DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB
THUNDER MOUNTAIN BRIDGE CLUB
Mountain View Bridge Club
Congratulations are in order for these players who recently became Life Masters!
Congrats to the winners of our February 2020 NLM Sectional!
Congratulations to Tucson Charity Bridge Club, Inc. for donating $312,000 to local charities since its formation in January of 2011. Over 90 players celebrated this milestone Thursday, December 5, 2019. In the past eight years, donations have been made to over 50 different charities, including Habitat for Humanity, Wounded Warriors, Literacy Connects, and the Humane Society.