MEMBERS BE AWARE
The bank has alerted the club that a fake € 50 note was found in the bar takings. The note looked authentic to the naked eye and the person involved would be totally unaware of the situation. This incident should make us all aware of transactions where notes are unlikely to be checked . Michael has asked that members, where possible, would not use notes higher in value than €20 in the club.
St. Patrick's Quay which is the location of Cork Bridge Club is within walking distance of railway station, main bus terminal and Cork city centre. Hotels and restaurants are also convenient. The Club playing rooms are on the first floor overlooking the river Lee where, in season, rowing clubs can be seen practising on the river. The premises facilitate meetings of the South Munster Region and because of its convenience to all facilities Regional Competitions are also held there.
During its eighty years the Club has acquired its own premises and many national and international players have been members of the club, to name a few, Hugh McGann, Derek O' Gorman, Rory Boland, Anne Dillon, the late Denis Dillon and Joan Crowley and many more.. Their success has enhanced the competitive nature of the club. There are over 200 members in the club and it holds an annual "At Home" which is always well attended and keeps the social spirit of the Club alive and well competing with its competitive side.
Summer Bridge will commence on Wednesday
June 3rd and continue on Monday and Wednesday
at 7.30 p.m.
Proceeds from Wednesday bridge will be
given to charity.
Non - members are very welcome
Friday night bridge will continue as usual
Bridge classes for beginners will start on
Thursday September 19th in Cork Bridge Club,
36 St. Patrick's Quay at 7.30p.m.
12 lessons - €100 Experienced teacher. Small groups.
Contact Tadhg at 086-1024046 or
Congratulations to Pat O'Mahony on his recent
election to National President Elect 2020-21
Club will re-open on Monday September 2nd.
Thursday night bridge will commence on September 19th