The Frederick Bridge Club hosts a variety of duplicate bridge games. All players are welcome, regardless of experience or ability. Beginner and intermediate games (0-499 master points) on Mondays. On Thursdays and Fridays its games for players of all experience levels. These games take place at the Frederick Moose Lodge,t 828 E. Patrick St., Frederick. Monday and Thursday games start at 12:30 p.m. Friday game starts at noon. An additional Open game for players of all experience levels is held at 6:45 p.m Mondays at Citizens Nursing Home, 1920 Rosemont Ave., Frederick. An Open Team game is at the Moose on the first and thirdSundays 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 15 minutes early. Need a partner? Call Ann Lebherz at 301-371-7587. For more information email fbcmanager@outlook.com.

The Frederick Bridge Club offers a series of beginner bridge classes on Mondays. Contact Catherine Alspaugh at mcalspaugh@comcast.net for more information. Dick Taylor offers a series of classes at the Moose Lodge on some Thursdays at 11:15 a.m. The class on July 18 covers Negative Doubles.

There were five tables on June 27 for the North American Pairs game. Dave Bort and John Blodgett tied for first and second place with Dave Vendittis and Willa Garner. Melva Urban and Kathy Goss tied for third and fourth place with Bill Griever and El Cooper.

There were 9½ tables on June 27 for the 499er game. First through third places North/South were earned by Janice Tucker and Abbas Hendi, Judy Engel and Jeanne Cahill, and Victor Hingely and Mike Zimmerman. First through third places East/West were earned by Malcolm and Daisy Ewell, Pete Storm and Ernie Heller, and Anna and Lucien Winegar. Other players who placed to earn ACBL Masterpoints were Pat Harragan and Leslie Futrell, Jessie Gribble and Sara Hilmer, and Judy Haines and Penny Jaycocks.

There were seven tables on June 28 for the North American Pairs game. First through third places North/South were earned by Dave Vendittis and Willa Garner, Bill Griever and Lorraine Nicklas, Dede Daniels and Adele Tubbs. First through third places East/West were earned by Rhea Diamond and Fred Wynn, Pete Storm and Ernie Heller, and Dick Holz and Bruce McDonough. Other players who placed to earn ACBL Masterpoints were Bruce Glatt with Abbas Hendi and John Underwood with Manny Greber.

There were 9½ tables on July 1 for the 499er game. First through third places North/South were earned by Pete Storm and Ernie Heller, Judy Engel and Jeanne Cahill, and Diana Roberts and Janice Tucker. First through third places East/West were earned by Bruce Glatt and Garr Isacco, Diane Courtney and Clyde Dismukes, and Lynn Marquess and Julie Blair. Other players who placed to earn ACBL Masterpoints were Bruce Edkins and Guy Whidden, Pat Harragan and Leslie Futrell, and Laura Scherzer and Manny Greber.

There were 4½ tables in the North American Pairs game on July 1 at Citizens. First, second and third places were earned by Jim Cartilidge and Linda Cranston, Sam Keiter and Lowell Phillips, and Ron Clawson and Debbie Kiser. Other players to score and earn ACBL masterpoints were Marie Sullivan and Scott Lilly, and Ann Lebherz and Bob Robey.

There were 6½ tables in the North American Pairs game on July 5 at the Frederick Moose. First through third places North/South were earned by Diana Roberts and Janice Tucker, Ann Lebherz and Linda Cranston, and Pete Storm and Ernie Heller. First through third places East/West were earned by Catherine Alspaugh and Judy Engel, Dick Holz and Bruce McDonough, and John Sivinski and Bill Griever. Other players to score and earn ACBL masterpoints were Jeff Kayden and Abby Spero.

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