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The New Hampshire Bridge Association (NHBA) is Unit 150 in District 25 of the American Contract Bridge League. It is comprised of an all-volunteer Board and more than 500 active members of the bridge community in the State of New Hampshire.

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  • allow or block messages from the ACBL related to Marketing, News, Surveys, Tournaments, NABC Bulletins and Results, Partnership Desk Notices, Electronic Communications, and Billing

  • share your member information with ACBL-affiliated groups such as units, districts and clubs. We encourage you to do this so that the NHBA (Unit 150) can contact you.

Upcoming Tournaments in District 25

Notify the ACBL of deceased members
If you're aware of a New Hampshire player who has passed away, please ask the family to notify the ACBL at 662-253-3129 or InMemoriam@acbl.org. An obituary or other proof may be required.

Bridge News

  • This website now has a page where you can list yourself as a bridge professional.
  • New Hampshire's own Karen McCallum is a world champion again! In the Women's Teams (McConnell Cup) at the 14th World Bridge Series in Sanya, Hainan, China, the BAKER team (Lynn Baker, Karen McCallum, Marion Michielsen, Meike Wortel, Sally Brock, and Nicola Smith) defeated CHINA RED 128.7 to 64.
  • The Lebanon College Bridge Club has merged with the Eastman Bridge Club. Lebanon College is closing and the playing site has changed to Upper Valley Senior, 10 Campbell St., Lebanon. The schedule is listed under Grantham on the New Hampshire Clubs page. Call or email Jane Verdrager (603-865-5508) for details. There is a Monthly Swiss Teams game in Grantham (Sundays)
  • High Finishers in Sturbridge
  • ACBL Headquarters Flooded!
  • District 25 President's Message
Volunteers Needed for NABC in Providence
District 25 needs volunteers for the 2014 Fall NABC in Providence, Nov 27 to Dec 7. D25 is asking you to consider volunteering two hours or more to help make the event a memorable experience for all the players who attend.  We need volunteers for Registration, Partnership, Hospitality, Information, and I/N activities. The easiest way to help is to volunteer on a day you are planning to play.  You will not miss playing in an event if you volunteer.
 
To show our appreciation, anyone who volunteers for at least 2 hours will receive one voucher that will allow you either to go the Volunteer Hospitality Suite that day or any 1 day of your choosing or five dollars towards a bridge entry at the NABC.  You will receive 1 voucher for every 2 hours you volunteer at the NABC.
 
If you have any questions please email Brenda and Neil Montague at Brenda@ProvNABC.org or call them at 617-794-2243.


The ACBL has launched a new version of "Learn to Play Bridge." Registration and use of the entire site is free, and can be shared with friends and family. Check out the new web application software at: http://learn.acbl.org  

 
 
 
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