Spade Heart Little Rock Duplicate Bridge Club Diamond Club

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Name Tags

Wearing a name tag during games helps players get to know one another.  Need a name tag?  Ask the director for an order form for a name tag at a cost of $5.00.   

Last updated : Mar 18, 2017 00:26 CDT
Junior Bridge Camp -June 26-30, 2017
Junior Bridge Camp -June 26-30, 2017
Last updated : Jul 17, 2017 22:12 CDT

For several years, the club has been "doing the right thing" by recycling the club's waste, including aluminum cans, cardboard, and plastic bottles (and an occasional wine bottle).  This reminder provides information on acceptable items to place into the recyling bins.

♠   Plastics - Those numbered with the familiar recycling triangle with numbers 1 through 5 and 7.  NOT #6, which includes red solo cups and some other plastic cups.  Why not #6?  The City of Little Rock does not have the equipment necessary to recycle the #6 plastics at this time.  There should be no liquids or residue of the contents in the bottles.  It is best to remove the lid and throw it away and ensure that the liquid contents have been poured out.  Bottles such as Boost must be rinsed thoroughly before placing in the recycling bin.  Otherwise, they go in the trash.

  Glass - Glass water bottles and wine bottles.  Also, rinse these and ensure there are no liquids in them.  Lids in the trash.

   Cardboard and paper - Boxes of all types, broken down flat.  All types of paper.  NO paper towels or napkins.  Only lids of pizza boxes. 

♣   Metal - Aluminum cans, containing no liquid, preferably rinsed.  Clean aluminum pans.

Remember there should be no items placed into recycling which have food on them or even food residue.  Place those items in the trash not the recycling bins. 

The reycling manager and helpers at the club appreciate everyone's efforts to conform to the City of Little Rock requirements for recycling.

Last updated : Dec 30, 2017 00:29 CST
Other News . . .

The Newsletters for all years through 2017 have been bound by J & B Quality Book Bindery.  They are the red leather bound books located in the Mike Compton room.  They provide an excellent reference source for club history and events from 1999 through 2017. 

The Bridge House has established a Scholarship Program for Seniors 55+ who need assistance with class fees.  Donation forms and application forms will be available at the club.  Call Ginna Young at 501-615-4009 for more information.

Last updated : Aug 4, 2018 17:02 CDT