Welcome to the Rochester Duplicate Bridge Club!  We have been (impatiently) waiting to warmly welcome you at the table for months, and the wait is over.  The RDBC holds in-person bridge games at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.  (For location and game details, click here.)  We will continue to hold online games during the week (see the schedule by clicking here), but now get ready to actually see your partner roll their eyes at your pass card.  It's about time!





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   Please be aware you MUST HAVE PROOF of COVID vaccination to play at the RDBC; you are not allowed to play without it (you only need to provide it once, and then you're on the "vaccinated and okay to overbid list").

If you need help in getting your vaccine certification, contact Sue or any board member for assistance.

Thanks to everyone who donated to The Longest Day - and to everyone who played bridge to help make a donation to the Alzheimer's Association!  Sue has reported a total of $4,585 to the Alzheimer's Ass'n from RDBC players, which is a terrific total.  (Of course it's never too late to make a donation, and if you'd still like to contribute, click here.)

Contributions such as these will ultimately help find a cure for Alzheimer's; hopefully that will happen in the next 12 months. . .but if not, we'll be playing bridge again next June to step up for the cause one more time.

Again, thanks for your donations!
For the first time in 20 years, a major overhaul of the ACBL Convention Card has taken place.  Click here to see the changes!

                  







 THE FINE PRINT:
The Rochester Duplicate Bridge Club, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(C)(7) organization, governed by the guidelines of the Internal Revenue Service and which is not for the profit of any person.  Organized in the state of Minnesota in 2020, the purpose of the Corporation is to operate a social club for playing bridge and promote, grow, and sustain the game of bridge and serve the bridge-related interests of our members.