New Event at Hyannis April 29-May 3
Come to the Hyannis Senior Regional
To see the Conditions of Contest click here.
The gathering in Hyannis will also feature an outstanding roster of speakers. On Thursday between the morning and afternoon sessions experts Pat McDevitt, Steve Rzewski, and Adam Parrish will field questions from players. On Friday at 9:15 a.m. Sandy Starr will present a talk entitled “Bridge - a 30,000 Feet Overview.” Both events are free to all players.
The Online Partnership Desk for the Cape tournament is open for business. Just click on the tab at left if you are looking for a partner or some teammates.
New Awards: The B's Needs Committee will recognize the players who amass the most masterpoints in each of the thirteen categories at the eight events that District 25 sponsors in 2015. Details and the standings after the Rainbow Weekend and GNT are available here.
District Director's Report: The summary of the results from the spring NABC tournament in New Orleans and the latest news from the ACBL are posted here. District Director Rich Martino composes one of these reports after each ACBL tournament. The archives are available using the tab at left.
A tip of the hat to the 123 players in District 25 who achieved a new rank in March. The list is posted here.
The indexes to the Winners Board (photos of winners) have been updated. They are available through the "Winners' Pics" tab at left.
NEBC President Mark Aquino is seeking every player's help in his latest letter.
Remaining Schedule for District 25 in 2015:
Coming Attraction: The evening of Saturday, June 26, will feature a brand new event for District 25. Every pair in the event, part of the Summer Regional in Nashua, NH, must include at least one player who is NOT a life master and has less than 500 points. The objective is to promote fun and learning in a less intense environment and to give newer players a chance to interact more freely with the veterans. A flyer describing the details is available here.
A Beautiful Memory: Harold Feldheim recounts a fine defensive play with a Spanish flavor, and you can read it here. The "Learn from the Experts" tab now contains links to twenty-seven articles from some of the top players in New England and all of The Buzz.
Minutes: The best way to keep up with administrative decisions concerning New England bridge is to read the minutes of the Executive Committee. The minutes from the conference call in February are available here.
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