We have been receiving a lot of questions concerning opening of our club. We, the Board, are now discussing when,how,and how many of our players will be returning. We all want to get back to playing.
In the near future you will be receiving a survey. I have asked Jackie Madden to head this committee and there are board members as well as some players working on getting us open.
Please fill out the survey and add any additional thoughts or concerns you might have.Another concern is what to do about your ACBL membership if you have not played for points.I have spoken to an ACBL membership representative and memberships can be delayed andd reinstated when you return to our club.
Have a great day and we will be seeing you soon, if the Pandemic remains under control.
The Louisiana Bridge Association (LBA) is the largest bridge club in the greater New Orleans area. It is also the oldest, dating back to 1941. The LBA is part of ACBL Unit 134, District 10 which has over 1,300 members, ranging from new players with a few master points to Grand Life Masters with over 25,000.