10am start for Monday games from next year
As of 2017, our Monday morning city game will start at 10am (rather than 10:30), and will run until about 1:15pm, not stopping for lunch. If you prefer a morning only game, then come along to a Monday in the new year!
Also, our new Tuesday afternoon city game is steadily building momentum due to the friendly players that come along and their inquisitive approach to bridge. The session is preceded by a free mini-lesson from 1:15pm that Johnno pitches according to suggestions from players. Join us 🙂
Wednesday December 14th is our Christmas Party at Goulburn St (No games at Rozelle this day). We are holding Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Games – and Lunch or Dinner before or after the game. We are taking bookings now, and numbers might be limited. There is more information here.
Salvation Army Toy Appeal
After last years success, we are running the Salvo’s Toy Appeal again this year. Please bring any new toys to the Club next time you play, or to the Christmas Party. We will be taking the toys to the Salvos the day after the Christmas Party. They don’t mind unwrapped Toys, and usually get too many soft Toys, and prefer other toys and games.
Christmas Session Times
Our last session for 2016 at Henley will be Saturday December 17th. Our last game at Rozelle will be Monday December 19th, with a morning game only. Come and have a game in the city during the break. We re-open those venues from Monday January 9th, Morning and Night as usual. Although remember that there will be no game at Rozelle on Wednesday December 14th, our Christmas party at Goulburn St.
Goulburn St will be open over the Christmas period, but closed on Monday December 26th (Boxing Day), Tuesday night 27th and Thursday night 29th. All other city sessions as usual.
Vale Marion Rice
Marion Rice passed away this week, at the age of 107. Marion has been a member of our club for over 40 years. Her health kept her away from SBC in recent times, but until then Marion played at Goulburn St regularly, including morning and afternoon of our Christmas party last year. Her first congress was at the Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, in the Blue Mountains when she was invited up by Paul Lavings and Ron Klinger. Until recently she still played regularly at the Gold Coast Congress and has gone on many Bridge Cruises. On her 106th birthday, there was a press release published in the Senior Magazine.
Vanessa and Will