Unit 160
COVID UPDATE


            
Area Clubs are in the process of opening
for Face to Face Bridge
For more information - Please check with your local Club
            

UPCOMING UNIT EVENTS

Unit Board Meetings

Thursday, October 21 7:00 PM
Zoom Link - Click Here!

Unit Sponsored Sectionals

See Tournament Tab

 

AUSTIN - ON SCHEDULE

Release 2.19p
Welcome to Unit 160
FACE 2 FACE BRIDGE GAMES

 

The following clubs are holding F2F ACBL Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge Games:

Aiken
Wednesday: 1:30PM

Charleston
Monday: 10:00AM   Tuesday: Noon (Play and Learn)   Wednesday: 10:00AM   Thursday: Noon   Friday: 10:00AM   

Columbia Bridge Club   
Sunday: 1:30PM (Individual)  Monday: 10:00AM (0-300) Friday: 12:30 PM 

East Cooper
Wednesday: 10:00AM  Thursday: 1:00PM

Florence
Monday 10:00AM

HO-ST DBC Simpsonville
Thursday 12:30PM

Hub City DBC
Wednesday: 9:00AM teaching game   Wednesday: 12:30 Open game
   

Tuesday: 1:30PM  (new site - American Legion, Duncan Park, Spartanburg) 
 
Thursday: 12:00 PM (begins  Aug 5)
 
Pawleys Island
Monday: 12:30PM   Tuesday: 12:30PM   Wednesday 9:30AM/1:00PM   Thursday: 10:00AM  Friday: 12:30PM  Saturday: 10:00AM
 
Sun City
Monday: 1:00PM  Thursday: 9:00AM

 

CLICK ON CLUB NAME TO BE TAKEN TO THEIR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION

NABC ROBOT INDIVIDUAL ON BBO - NOVEMBER 20-22

 

 

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2020 UNIT RACES FINALS

 

Congratulations to the 2020 Unit Winners

 

    Helen Shanbrom   Mini-McKenney    
    Ace of Clubs              
                   
Level   Player Location Points Player Location Points
                   
 0-5    Len McCall                           Greenville 65.78     Len McCall                           Greenville 69.32
 5-20    David Potts Townville 70.67     David Potts Townville 70.67
 20-50    Kathryn Braun Fort Mill 71.68     Kathryn Braun Fort Mill 88.61
 50-100    Jeannie Freeman Myrtle Beach 147.28     Kathy Belknap Leesville 178.06
100-200    Cheri Fett Myrtle Beach 173.00     Cheri Fett Myrtle Beach 185.07
 200-300    Sherry Buck Aiken 178.26     Sherry Buck Aiken 197.94
 300-500    LaVon McNaughton Mount Pleasant   99.96     LaVon McNaughton Mount Pleasant 134.88
 500-1000    Sue Kline Columbia    216.27     Sue Kline          Columbia    233.62
 1000-1500    Kathryn Kimmerling   Blythewood 281.14     Kathryn Kimmerling   Blythewood 337.97
 1500-2500    Tom Flowers Simpsonville 136.82     Richard Lanzarone Surfside Beach 177.78
 2500-3500    Ronald Jaeger Aiken 166.91     Nancy Russell Spartanburg 194.11
 3500-5000    Derrick Niederman Charleston 278.74     Derrick Niederman Charleston 299.61
 5000-7500    Brenda Klinker Mount Pleasant 335.14     Brenda Klinker Mount Pleasant 371.47
 7500-10000    Paul Wright Jr. Mount Pleasant 651.59     Paul Wright Jr. Mount Pleasant     725.00
  Over 10000     Tom Rutledge Charleston      488.53     Tom Rutledge Charleston      649.25

 

UNIT 160 CHARITY


This past December, Unit 160 made donations to the following:

 

Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 1,600 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad.

From the Revolutionary War to present day conflicts, our veterans are devoted sons and daughters, fathers and mothers, sisters and brothers. They come from all backgrounds in life to place those lives on the line for our freedoms. There are millions of individual stories to tell. Get to know them by viewing the 4,760 recent posts made by our supporters or sponsor a wreath in honor of or in memory of an American hero.  The Unit make a donation of $300.00 to Weaths Across America which purchased 30 wreaths to be laid at Fort Jackson, in Columbia.  For more information visit www.WreathsAcrossAmerica.org

 

In honor of World AIDS Day on December 1st, Unit 160, District 7, and members of the Columbia Bridge Club made a donation of $1,734 to Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services.  PALSS (www.palss.org) is a charity organization located in Columbia whose mission is to help South Carolinians fight the war against AIDS. To read the Thank-you note, click on the PALSS logo to the left.

PALSS offers free services to individuals who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, are at risk of contracting HIV, and also works with their families and caregivers.  In addition to testing and education, they also sponsor a women's support group, a men's clinic, a women's health council, and offer housing support, and run a food pantry.