The Frederick Bridge Club hosts a variety of duplicate bridge games. All players are welcome, regardless of experience or ability. The club offers beginner/intermediate games (0-50 (new) and 0-499 master points) on Monday afternoons beginning promptly at 12:30. On Thursdays, the club offers both a beginner/intermediate (0-500) and an Open game for players of all experience levels. These games begin promptly at 12:30 p.m. 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 at Citizens Nursing Home, 1920 Rosemont Ave., Frederick. There is also an Open Team Game at the Moose Lodge 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.

There were four tables in the Open STaC game on Dec. 13 at the Frederick Moose Lodge. Rhea Diamond and Jim Cartlidge earned first place in A and B; Dick Taylor and Willa Garner were second in A; and Dave Bort and Carrie Singer were third in A and second in B.

There were 10 1/2 tables in the 499er STaC game at the Moose Lodge on Dec. 13. Mary Ann Simmons and Manny Greber earned first place in A, B and C East/West; Diana Roberts and Janice Tucker were second in A; Judy Haines and Penny Jacocks were third in A and second in B and C; John Sivinski and El Cooper were third in B and C; and Catherine Alspaugh and Sandy Baker were fourth in B. Mike Zimmerman and Guy Whidden were first in A and B North/South; Bill Griever and Stephany East were second in A; Bruce Glatt and Garr Isacco were third in A and second in B; Pete Storm and Ernie Heller were fourth in A; Leslie Futrell and Pat Harragan were third in A and first in C; and Jane and Sven Engblom were second in C.

There were six teams in the Open Charity Club Championship the afternoon of Dec. 17 at the Moose Lodge. Bob Robey, Rhea Diamond, Wesley Wu and Dave Hall earned first place in A and B; and Bob Back, Jeff Stead; Earle and Madeline Davis were second in A.

There were 10 1/2 tables in the 499er ACBL-wide International Fund Game the afternoon of Dec. 17 at the Moose Lodge. John Sivinski and El Cooper earned first place in A and B East/West; Nancy Meyer and Chris Benson were second in A and B and first in C; Karol McIntosh and Gini Madine were third in A and B; Nancy Ahr and Carole Kirby were fourth in A and B; and Lynne Marquess and Julie Blair were second in C. Janice Tucker and Diana Roberts earned first place in A North/South; Dede Daniels and Adele Tubbs were second in A; Pete Storm and Ernie Heller were third in A; Bruce Glatt and Garr Isacco were fourth in A and first in B; Chris Smith and Fran Wood were second in B and first in C; and Cynthia Walker and Dean Bennett were second in C.

There were 3 1/2 tables in the Open Club Masterpoint game at Citizens Nursing Home the evening of Dec. 17. Ann Lebherz and Bob Robey earned first place in A; Willa Garner and Ron Clawson were second in A; Rhea Diamond and Kim Smith were third in A; and Karol McIntosh and Ben Colvard were first in B.

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