The Frederick Bridge Club hosts a variety of duplicate bridge games. All players are welcome, regardless of experience or ability. If you would like to have fun, meet new people and improve your bridge game, the club offers beginner/intermediate games (0-499 master points) on Monday afternoons. On Thursdays we offer both a beginner/intermediate (0-499) and an Open game for players of all experience levels. All of these games begin promptly at 12:30 p.m. and take place at the Frederick Moose Lodge, 828 E. Patrick St., Frederick. An additional Open game for players of all experience levels is held at 6:45 p.m. every Monday a Citizens Nursing Home, 1920 Rosemont Ave., Frederick. There is also an Open Team Game at the Moose on the first and third Sundays of each month beginning at 1 p.m., assuming sufficient teams register. Contact Ann Lebherz at 301-371-7587 to register your team in advance.
If you and your partner want to play, just show up a few minutes early. Need a partner? Call Ann Lebherz at 301-371-7587. For more information email Manager@FrederickBridgeClub.org.
The club will be offering a series of beginner bridge classes on Mondays in June. Contact Catherine Alspaugh at email@example.com more information.
The club also offers a series of classes by Dick Taylor at the Moose Lodge on Thursdays at 11:15 a.m. On April 25, he will teach “ONew Minor Forcing.” On May 9, he will teach “Jacoby 2NT.”
Ten teams competed in the team game on April 7 at the Frederick Moose Lodge. First through third places were earned by: Bob Robey, Willa Garner, Wesley Wu and Dave Hall; Dick and Lois Taylor and John and Selena Swanson; and Ed and Diane Lazarus, Terry Klein and Witold Palosz.
Other teams that placed to score masterpoints were: Marie Sullivan, El Cooper, Ed Krest and Jean Phillips; Robert Back, Earle Davis, Jeffrey Stead and Madeline Davis; and Barbara Beard, Elaine Rowe and Lewis and Ruth Maddock.
There were 10 tables on April 8 for the 499er game. First, second and third places North/South were earned by Ernie Heller and Pete Storm, Jerry Coates and Frank Duval, and Kathy Hundley and Ellen Ristorcelli. First, second and third places East/West were earned by Janice Tucker and Diana Roberts, Pat Stuehler and Ed Krest, and Karol Mcintosh and Ben Colvard. Other players who placed to earn ACBL masterpoints were Dede Daniels and Adele Tubbs, Manny Greber and Lynn Marquess, Chris Smith and Fran Wood, Nancy Ahr and Carol Kirby, and Diane Courtney and Clyde Dismukes.
There were five tables in the Charity Club Championship on April 8 at Citizens. First through third places were earned by: John Blodgett and Sam Keiter; Ellie Dorsey and Chris Kaufman; and Ann Lebherz and Woody Weaver. Other teams to place and earn master points were Dave Bort with El Cooper and Scott Lilly with Marie Sullivan.
There were 3½ tables in the Charity Club Championship on April 11 at the Frederick Moose. First through third places were earned by Karol Mcintosh and Steve Salitrik; Dick Taylor and Willa Garner; and Debbie Kiser and Ronald Clawson.
There were nine tables on April 11 for the 499er game. First, second and third places North/South were earned by Jeannie Cahill and Judy Engel, Dede Daniels and Adele Tubbs, and Ernie Heller and Pete Storm. First, second and third places East/West were earned by Abbas Hendi and Garr Isacco, Bill Griever and Stephanie East, and John Sivinski and El Cooper. Other players who placed to earn ACBL masterpoints were Mike Turell with Manny Greber, Kathy Hundley with Ellen Ristorcelli, Pat Stuehler with Ed Krest, and Jane and Sven Engblom.