At the beginning of every month District Director Mark Aquino congratulates via e-mail players who advanced in rank during the previous month. The latest batch of replies from players who advanced in rank during December and January can be viewed here.
Special thanks to Punxsutawney Phil for bringing us great weather for the first Presidential Regional in Cromwell, CT. If you could not attend, you missed a really outstanding event.
January was a memorable month for the 137 New England bridge players who advanced in rank. The list is here.
The latest letter from the president of the New England Bridge Conference, Bob Bertoni, has been posted here. It contains a preview of the exciting changes taking place at our tournaments.
The report from District Director Mark Aquino from the Fall NABC in Orlando can be read here.
Nominations for the Larry Weiss Award: Luke Gillespie, who won the award in 2016, is seeking our help in finding the player in D25 who best embodies the following characteristics:
Remaining District 25 Schedule for 2017:
Minutes: Carolyn Weiser, District 25's secretary, has provided minutes for the most recent meeting of the Executive Committee, the body that makes the most important decisions about the course of bridge in New England. You can read them here.
Winners Boards: NEBridge.org publishes photos of the winners of every strat in every event of every tournament sponsored by the district. Sad to say, the pages that contained the photos for 2014 and the first half of 2015 were lost in last summer's hardware catastrophe. However, the pages for all tournaments beginning with Hyannis in 2015 are available. The indexes have now been reconstructed.They are both available in the "Tournament Results" tab at left. The index by player can also be reached here. The index by tournament, date, and event is here. Please notify webmaster@NEBridge.org if you find any mistakes or want to submit a photo. It is never too late.
The Best in Class Awards are back! District 25 honored the player in each masterpoint category who earns the most points in the eight events sponsored by the district. The final standings for 2016 in each class can be viewed here.
District 25 is definitely social. To keep up with the bridge news and gossip in New England check out our Facebook (NEBridge) page or follow us on Twitter (@NE_Bridge) or both. Twitter is very easy and non-threatening; for instructions on how to use it, just email webmaster@NEBridge.org.
New England Youth Bridge, Inc. has been working hard to showcase this great game to the video-game set. They urgently need our help. Details can be read here.
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