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Plan for the Holiday Party and the 2022 Tournaments

From OLBC's 2018 Holiday Party
From OLBC's 2018 Holiday Party

2022 HOLIDAY GAMES
Monday, February 21, pm. President’s Day
Thursday, March 17, pm. St. Patrick’s Day
Friday, April 1, pm. April Fools Day
Monday, May 30, am. Memorial Day
Monday, July 4, am. Independence Day
Monday, September 5, am. Labor Day
Friday, October 28, pm. Halloween Bowl and Dinner
Tuesday, November 22, pm. Thanksgiving

2022 INTRA-CLUB TOURNAMENTS
Tuesday, April 19, pm. Men’s Pairs
Tuesday, May 2, am. Women’s Pairs
Tuesday, May 17, am. Open Pairs
Tuesday, June 7, am. Vet Novice Pairs
Tuesday, June 21, am. Men’s Triples
Tuesday, July 12, am. Women’s Triples
Tuesday, July 26, am. Open Triples
Tuesday, August 9, am. Men’s Singles
Tuesday, August 23, am. Women’s Singles
Tuesday, September 13, am. Open Singles
Tuesday, September 27, am. Novice Singles

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