On June 23, 2007, our studio was formed with generous gifts from Charles Brown, Mary Lou Collins, Nancy Horvat, Jo Kuhn and Helen Olechna. Please join me in thanking these members for making our studio a reality. Stay tuned for more information as we planning a celebration honoring our Founders.
We regret to announce that Board Member Bill Layman has resigned. Bill has worked tirelessly for the studio for many years.
His leadership will be missed. Please join the Board in welcoming new board members Beth DiTommaso and Ross Ramsey.
Jo Bryan and Ken Javor have tabulated the results of the survey and the information has been presented to the Board. The results will be shared on this website early next week.
Please note that the D-16 0 - 50 Game held Monday Afternoons at 4:00 PM will still be held. If you know any players with less than 50 MP - please let them know about this game. They can go to email@example.com to request more information.
DBS Member Kathy Choice's mother, Joleta Craig, is featured in the August, 2022 edition of the ACBL Bridge Bulletin on page 28. Ms. Craig is 98 years young and plays bridge in Alamogordo, NM.
We are hosting a NLM/500 Sectional beginning October 14-16, 2022. Stay tuned for more details.
1000 GAME TUESDAY @ 10:30
OPEN GAME THURSDAY @ 10:30
SATURDAY @ 1:00
$8/ 24-27 board
ALL EXTRA POINT GAMES ARE $1 EXTRA
Thank you to all of you who come and play in all of the Face to Face games. It is keeping our Studio healthy and while we are not rolling in cash, we are at least meeting our expenses. More participation, of course, would help us even more. By the way, more tables means more points for awarding – just reminding you.
CAN WE COUNT ON YOU TO PLAY?
The price of all Face to Face games is $8.
Where can you help?
What is your special talent?
COVID protocols remain in place with required
proof of vaccination. No matter what you believe, it is up to each of us to take
responsibility in remaining safe and practicing safe measures
such as getting your vaccinations and boosters, masks, handwashing, keeping your hands
away from your face, and coughing and sneezing into your elbow or shirt.