Welcome to the Rochester Duplicate Bridge Club!  We look forward to warmly welcoming you at the table (when we get back to the table, and that's coming soon!) - but at the moment, we're still 100% online.  For a tutorial on how to play online, click here.

There's all kinds of information available to you by navigating on any of the links on the left side of this webpage; and if you would like more information, please feel free to contact our Club Manager, Sue Greenberg, at 507-365-8236. . .or send her an email at RDBCmanager@gmail.com.
  

A hearty shout-out to Genny Rice, who became a Diamond Life Master this month.  Congratulations Genny (and her long time partner, Greg, who made this his mission the past couple of years)!  There will be a party on Wednesday, May 26, approximately 3:15pm right after our online game.  This will be at Ann Van Ryn's house, 1486 Autumn Sage Ct SW.  Beverages and pizza will be furnished, but feel free to bring a snack/dessert to add to the fun!  (You will not need a mask if you are fully vaccinated.)
It is not too early to make a tax-deductible donation supporting our Alzheimer's Association Fundraiser.  The RDBC will have special games on The Longest Day (June 19th, see the schedule by clicking here), but you can make a donation now.

Click here to make a donation or click the Alzhemier's logo below.  You'll be taken to the special RDBC donation page; our goal this year is to raise $3,000, but nobody will mind if we exceed that by a little or a lot.

Playing bridge and keeping your mind active is a great way to stave off Alzheimer's; so is the funding that is needed to ultimately find a cure.  We'll see you online June 19th!



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.