|CBA Member Profiles|
|Marvin & Annease started with this wonderful game we love so well in different cities: Annease in Dayton, Ohio. Marvin in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1972 they put their playing skills together and were quite a couple to be reckoned with at the bridge table! They remain among the top 100 players in the American Bridge Association (ABA). Because of their love for the game Annease and Marvin gave back in many areas of bridge. FULL STORY|
Pam & Matthew Granovetter
|For the past 30 years, Matthew and Pam Granovetter have been one of the most successful husband-wife duos in high-level bridge. They each have won numerous North American Bridge Championships, and Matthew won the World Mixed Pairs in 2006 with Karen McCallum. They moved to the Cincinnati area in 2005 from Israel, where they lived for 12 years and where they raised their three children. The Cincinnati Bridge Association had a chance to “sit down” and conduct a virtual interview with Matthew and Pam via e-mail. Click Here for the interview|
King of Bridge Party
Saturday November 30, 2013
|District 11 and Unit 124 Congratulate John Altman on receiving this
National Award & Scholarship Grant from the ACBL Education Foundation. More about our King of Bridge:
ACBL Press Release
List of Past Winners
2013 April Alert (see p. 9)
BBO Interview & Photos
Fox 19 Interview (Video)
WCPO Article (9/13)
Established in 1973, ten Kings/Queens of Bridge have won National and World titles. John is in elite company. Please extend congratulations to John. We thank you for all you have contributed to Unit 124 and District 11. Best of luck in your future. Go Buckeyes!!!
Sincerely, Cincinnati Bridge Association Board of Dirtectors, Unit 124.
|D-11 Grand Life Masters
||Click Picture for details!
R: Matt Granovetter, Dennis Hesthaven, Mark Low, Norm Coombs
F: Tom Hodapp, Pam Granovetter
Sunday November 24, 2013 we gathered to celebrate Pam and Matt Granovetter, our two newest Grand Life Masters. 6 of the 8 Grand Life Masters from District 11 attended the luncheon and two section game in their honor. Pam and Matt won, of course!