Teachers Bring New Members
Submitted by Catherine Clark
Supervised play is an important part of a special teaching program offered by the Green Valley (AZ) Duplicate Bridge Club and Pat Keyser, local player and director. Typically 100 participants sign up for Keyser’s nine-week program that is offered each Fall and Spring.
The class is free and made up of both new players and those who played bridge before, but want to learn new conventions. It’s free, so why does Keyser do it?
“Bridge is important to me and I want to give something back,” she says. “It’s rewarding to see the players advance.”