The Best Bridge Club in Town
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We are using donations to pay down our mortgage,

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Dear Friends of Adobe Bridge Club:

All of us come to Adobe expecting a certain level of play. Continuing this without interruption is our primary objective.

We owe much of our current stability to Eric Swanson, club manager, who is in the process of moving back to Colorado. ..........

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The Adobe Bridge Center, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity and is†open to the General Public for Duplicate Bridge education and Bridge play.

All donors will receive a confirmation letter that can be used as†proof of donation to a 501(c)(3) charity and therefore is tax deductible for State and Federal taxes.

If your estate planning includes charitable giving, please consider Adobe.†We can also accept donations of Stocks, Bonds or Mutual Funds.

You can donate to Adobe here and pay by Credit Card, Debit Card or PayPal Account.† We are using donations to pay down our mortgage,

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Adobe Bridge Club, Inc.

401 E Limberlost Drive

Tucson, AZ 85705

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Barbara Rosenthal

                                          Meet Barbara Rosenthal


Originally from Dayton, Ohio. I had a great time growing up as my extended family grew to 20+ first cousins, all going to the same schools, and with a grandmother who was an
extraordinarily loving matriarch. 


After attending Stephen’s College in Missouri, I married and had 4  daughters. Dayton, Ohio was a great place to raise a family until the winter of 77’ when the snow stayed on the ground for 3 months. It was then my family moved to Arizona. 


I played on a tennis team until breaking an ankle on the court and then went to real estate school on crutches. This led to a successful real estate career in Scottsdale.


A client talked me into taking bridge lessons (I had not played since rec room bridge in college).


As you might suspect, I became addicted and when I moved to Tucson I began to teach bridge. I never was a “teacher” but found I loved teaching “the greatest game in the world”.