I/N Mentor Game News

Elaine Kehoe I/N Mentor Game Co-Ordinator
Elaine Kehoe I/N Mentor Game Co-Or
Shirley Roberts A new member. Welcome!
Shirley Roberts
A new member. Welcome
New Members (front)Alice and Mary (back)John, Gerarda, Joan
New Members
(front)Alice and Mary
(back)John, Gerarda, Joan

11 tables attended the I/N mentor game Thursday evening July 15th.  Patrick Jennings and John Dundas won overall with 68.06%.  Sandra Matthews and Diane Labrie won East/West.  Six players were presented with new member welcome packages: Mary DeNoble, John Dundas, Joan Medd, Alice Pignal, Shirley Roberts and Gerarda Smith.  Welcome to our bridge family!

BridgeWebs tutorial

If you Google “Naples Bridge Center” there is a tutorial about bridgewebs and how to navigate the site.  There is a huge amount of data and analysis in bridgewebs.

Trial Bridgewebs site

We have created a trial website using Bridgewebs, with the aim of providing much more complete results. The trial lasts until August 31. The new website is located at http://bridgewebs.com/kdbc/ Please visit and offer any comments.

Alzheimer Society Donations

Our total donation to date is $1491.  That is up from our last year total of $949.  Thank you for your generosity.

Alzheimer Charity Week

KDBC has joined with other clubs across Canada and the United States to hold the Longest Day Charity event.  All donations will go to our local branch to support the Music for Memories program.  Please be generous.  Donation box is at the club all week. Cheques made out to Alzheimer Society of KFL&A.

World Wide Bridge Contest Winners

Paddy Allan and Don Kersey won the World Wide game at our club.  World Wide they placed 166th with a 62.37% (rescored).  There were 3561 pairs competing.

Wanda Slawinski who placed 2nd in B section at our club sent this email: I want to thank the club for having the World Wide bridge day.  I understand that there were only 16 clubs in Canada that participated.  I am also guessing that there may have been a few phone calls and arrangements for players on stand by to ensure that we had enough players.    I appreciate the effort that is expended for such an event and I consider myself fortunate to have the opportunity to play.  IT is such fun to find one’s name in the list, and also to see Kingston names high on the list.

Well done!

KDBC Name Tags

The name tag will include your name and Kingston Duplicate Bridge Club  and our logo.  They can be purchased through the club, Ruth Rees or directly through Specialty Trophies for $10.75.