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January 20, 2020

Thank you for attending the January 18 Grand National Team Qualifier.  Our next Unit game will be a Unit Championship Game on Saturday, February 1, at the Lewis Recreation Center, 3110 Forest Lawn Drive in Greensboro.  This game has a Sectional rating of 63.6% and pays black masterpoints.

Game begins at 1:00 pm.  Please arrive at least ten minutes before so the game can start promptly.  In case of inclement weather or facility closing, an announcement will be posted in red at the top of the website's home page.


January 7, 2020

There will be a Play of the Hand class starting Thursday, February 6, at the Lewis Recreation Center, 3110 Forest Lawn Drive in Greensboro from 9:15 am to 11:15 am.  We will cover promoting winners, establishing a long suit, finessisng, ruffing, as well as Jacoby transfers, slam bids, and 1430.  The class will be 8 weeks and cost $160, which includes the price of the textbook.

To register, mail a check to Mary Leger, 29 Nandina Drive, Greensboro 27455, or call 336-327-6357.


January 2, 2020

Congratulations to Unit 169's newest Life Master


Susan Mann

For a list of others who have moved up in rank, Click HERE.

December 22, 2019

As of January 1, 2020, Martinsville Duplicate Bridge Club joins our Unit.  Their members have enthusiastically supported our Sectionals and Regional for many years.  Martinsville, Virginia is approximately 50 miles (1 hour) from Greensboro via Route 220 North.  


Drew (Skip) Wilson, an ACBL-certified teacher and director of the Martinsville Duplicate Bridge Club, will join Unit 169's Board of Directors.  Skip's wife, Carolyn, is also a Club Director, avid teacher and skilled player.  The Wilsons will be the director and guaranteed partner on the bridge cruise in November.


Skip provides the following Open/Stratified games during the month:  

  • Every 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 209 Starling Avenue, Martinsville. 


  • Semi-monthly games on Saturdays are played at the Chatmoss Country Club, 550 Mt. Olivet Road in Martinsville.  A free half-hour lesson is given after the game.  Saturday games are subject to availability at the country club and require a reservation either by email to Skip at fiveacesskip@gmail.com or a phone call to him at 276-638-3614 Players may elect to stay and enjoy dinner and refreshments (optional and open to non-Chatmoss members).


All results are posted on our website through a link to ACBL "Live."  Click the image to be directed to the Martinsville club page.


Welcome new members!  See you at the bridge table!


December 15, 2019

The Unit is seeking several volunteers to assume chairmanships of hospitality for the Unit Games beginning February, 2020.  Games are held twice a month:  one in Greensboro and one in Winston-Salem. 

Each city would have its own hospitality chairman, or team, responsible for providing beverages & ice, and food & snacks of their choice.  Chairmen would also be responsible for paper goods & plastic flatware.  Coffee urns are available at each location.  Additional duties are set-up and clean-up.

Expenses will be reimbursed to chairmen upon submittal of receipts to the Unit Secretary-Treasurer.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Brenda Garzia at bgarzia@triad.rr.com or Dixie Culver at culverdix@yahoo.com, or any one of the Unit Board members.


May 12, 2019

Central Carolina Bridge Association, Unit 169, is a Zero Tolerance Policy Unit.  The objective of this policy is to create a more pleasant atmosphere at our unit games and tournaments.  We believe that by encouraging good behavior and by eradicating unacceptable behavior we will make our games more enjoyable for all.


We expect common sense behavior and respect toward every person and toward the rules and ethics of the game.  Discourtesy must be avoided.  Players should treat the director, their partners and their opponents with respect.  

Additionally, players must observe good habits of grooming and personal hygiene. Body odor, from any cause, should not create distractions. To accommodate sensitive individuals, players are discouraged from wearing or applying excessive amounts of perfume, cologne, scented lotions, or other scented products at games.

For Unit 169's Zero Tolerance Policy, Click HERE


For ACBL Zero Tolerance Policy, including handout for clubs, Click HERE

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