Unit News Updates

For more info, click on the underlined headings

 

 

2014 Jim Bishop Award - Congratulations

Kay Janeway-Fenton & Dennis Goto

 

NAP Finals 8:30 to 5, online

(start time changed from 9 to 8:30)

 

Win a subsidized trip to New Orleans!

Flight C NLM (< 500) Saturday, October 11, 2014 
Flight B under 2500 Sunday, October 12, 2014
Flight A unlimited Saturday, October 11, 2014

Click to see flyer

To participate or to learn to play on bridge base call Arun Savara 779-8200 or email arun.savara@gmail.com before Sep 25

 

Click to see list of qualified players

 

Bridge Milestone Achievements - Congratulations!

 

Club Master - Ginny Edmunds

Sectional Master - Bari Younce

Bronze Life Master - William Pearman

Silver Life Master - A J Acey

 

Tom Lum Sectional Nov 14-16

 

Turkey Trot (teams) November 23 Ala Wai Club House

The average of the 4 teammates A= 2000 + b= 750-2000 C=0-750

6 BOARDS WITH PARTNER

6 BOARDS WITH ONE TEAM MATE

6 BOARDS WITH OTHER TEAM MATE

6 BOARDS WITH PARTNER

 

299er Lecture Series for Intermediate & Newcomers

 

Welcome to the Offical Website for ACBL Unit 470

ACBL Hawaii Unit 470 is part of District 20 of the American Contract Bridge League and consists of the islands of Oahu, Kauai and Guam. This web site supports the Honolulu Unit 470 Sunday games and Tournaments, and the open club games on Oahu.  Unit 470 has 402 active members, making it the 13th largest unit in ACBL (there are 305 units altogether).

The objectives of our organization are to promote and stimulate interest in the playing of bridge.  We conduct tournaments sanctioned by the ACBL  and encourage the highest standards of behavior and ethics at these tournaments for the enjoyment of all players. 

We also encourage the teaching of bridge at all levels.  If you are a resident of Hawaii, or a visitor to our lovely islands,  we hope you will find on this web site all the help and information you may need to enjoy playing bridge in the islands.

Thank you for your patience while we finish developing our new Website. Please feel free to send any comments about the new website by using our online contact form. Suggestions to improve the information provided are always welcome.