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Internet bridge class Oct. 29

Published 9:19am Thursday, October 25, 2012

A two-hour class on playing bridge on the Internet is to be presented at the Polk County Library on Monday, Oct. 29 at 1 p.m.
All students will be introduced and logged on to the website. Actual play on the website will be conducted with other members of the class. All the bells and whistles of BBO will be explained. Come to the class with a user name and password as this will save considerable time. Google BBO to browse the website in advance. It is extremely user friendly.
To register for the class, email You can also go to the Polk County Library website,, to learn more about the presentation.
– article submitted by Dan Dworkin

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