The Duplicate Bridge Association of Atlanta has published a newsletter to all members.  This newsletter will be published on line and forwarded to all members directly if they provide their preferred e-mail address to us.

You can also click (Aug 2017)  to see the latest issue of the newsletter. 

Unit 253 – Who We Are

The DBAA has become Unit 253. It is a non-profit organization that promotes bridge within the metropolitan Atlanta area. Each year it hosts several sectional tournaments and one of the ACBL's top regionals. It holds a sanctioned bridge game each Wednesday night at the Atlanta Duplicate Bridge Club. Additionally, Unit 253 sponsors many events, including Change of Rank parties, mentoring and teaching programs, and supports Atlanta Junior Bridge through grants. A quarterly newsletter is issued, a link for which can be found on the menu along the left margin above. An updated telephone directory for our members is planned for later in 2016. Unit 253 is composed entirely of volunteers, and welcomes all ideas and participation from members. For further information, go to the Governance link on this site.

If you need a partner or are getting back to the game after a number of years, the Unit 253 can assist you. Contact: Jack Feagin – (404) 966-8469 or Jfeagin2@bellsouth.net 

Upcoming Tournaments

 Tournament Schedule March 2017 - December 2017 

 Atlanta offers players so many opportunities to play in tournaments and earn those coveted pigmented points. Here’s what’s on tap for 2017:

August 29-September 4 Atlanta Regional Crowne Plaza Ravinia (click here for schedule)

November 8-12 DBAA Sectional Marriott Perimeter Center

December 11-17 District 7 ST@C Your Club




Sunday October 8, 2017

12:00 PM Sign-In

Atlanta Duplicate Bridge Center 5 Dunwoody Park South #118, Atlanta, GA 30338

Look for Registration Forms in August

Catered Lunch and Silent Auction, Complientary Bridge Lesson by Atlanta's own Dan Plato, Play with your partner or choose from a Preferred Player List, Open and 0-1250 Duplicate Games

Proceeds Go to The Center for Spina Bifida Prevention

Every year over 200,000 babies are born with Spina Bifida

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