The New Hampshire Bridge Association (NHBA) is Unit 150 in District 25 of the American Contract Bridge League. It is comprised of an all-volunteer Board and more than 500 active members of the bridge community in the State of New Hampshire.
Bridge Lessons By NHBA Members:
Tuesdays 11-12pm followed by relaxed play North Hampton Centennial Hall
105 Post Road
Contact Nancy Pierce
or Skip Page 845-341-7178
Wednesdays 1-2pm followed by relaxed play with instruction
Marion Gerrish Community Center
39 West Broadway, Derry
Contact: Bill Kennedy
Tuesdays 4-5pm Lessons
starting May 10th
Salem High School Continuing Education
Contact: Ross Huntington
Private Lessons as mutually convenient in person (at your home) or online
Contact: Rick Weinstein
603-759-0291 or via email at:
Lucia Carlisle has been selected as the Leroy Lake Award winner for 2021. David Lawrence, chairman of the selection committee, in his presentation remarks, cited how Lucia had met the three crteria of the award. Lucia had a notable presence in New Hampshire bridge events during the year. Lucia, as NHBA treasurer, has been heavily involved in the unit both managing its financial affairs and working on many other necessary tasks that no one else seemed to want to do. Throughout the year Lucia exhibited superior behavior and a gracious presence at the bridge table and in the performance of the many tasks she stepped up to perform for the unit.
This is the first ACBL National tournament held in New England since 2014. All New Hampshire bridge players are encouraged to attend.
The Unit 150 2022 Sectionals will be held Aug. 20-21 in Portsmouth, Sept. 24-25 in Grantham, and Nov. 5-6 in Portsmouth.
The 2022 NH State Tournament has been moved to spring. It will be held on-line on BBO on May 14-15 with award ceremonies to follow on Zoom. Click here:
Unit 150 is hosting games in person and on BBO. See the calendar for times.
David Lawrence has been playing bridge for more than 30 years, and is a Silver Life Master. He comes from a card-playing family where his parents and grandparents played duplicate bridge.
After retiring from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in 2012 as an engineer, David became the Club Manager for Great Bay Bridge Club, and assisted with teaching a youth bridge group for two years. He joined the NHBA Board in 2018 and was elected NHBA President in 2019.