Chattanooga Bridge Players Raise Money For Alzheimer's Research

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Members of the Chattanooga Bridge Club will play bridge from sunrise to sunset on Saturday to raise money for The Longest Day – an annual nationwide fundraising event for Alzheimer’s research held by the American Contract Bridge League and the Alzheimer’s Association.

The Chattanooga Bridge Club will host three sessions of open pair games open to the public beginning at 9 a.m. and ending at 6:30 p.m., with food served throughout the day. 

The event will be held at the Chattanooga Bridge Center, 1103 Dayton Blvd. 

For more information contact Darbi Padbury with the American Contract Bridge League at 901.487-0504 or Darbi.Padbury@acbl.org.


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