NH States & RI States

Discussion in 'State/Province/Territory Championships' started by TomShea, Mar 2, 2008.

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  1. TomShea

    TomShea New Member

    Hello everyone

    Judy and I wanted to thank everyone who attended both NH and RI states this past weekend. It is especially gratifying to see players support events in bad weather.

    Good luck next week at MA and NY

    Tom Shea
  2. mumsascrappa

    mumsascrappa Active Member

    I'm sure glad everyone was able to travel to and from safely!!

    I do not know about RI, but I sure know one thing the NH event was a lot of fun!! It also ran very smoothly, and the turnout was fabulous considering the bad weather! We did however miss our friends who were in RI!
    Last edited: Mar 3, 2008
  3. JohnnyBlaze

    JohnnyBlaze New Member

    Yeah the whether was unfortunate and on the way home all the roads were clear so good job to the snowplows!!

    Also see everyone together next week in Milford lets get some top numbers!!
  4. GL Mo

    GL Mo New Member

    It would take more than a little snow to keep this crowd of players from getting to our destinations! Thanks for having the events for us to enjoy!
  5. BJJ763

    BJJ763 Trading Mod Supervisor Staff Member Trader Feedback Mod

    RI would've been more enjoyable if the printer was talking with the laptop.....
  6. mumsascrappa

    mumsascrappa Active Member

    oh no!!! Were they fighting again?? :eek: Poor Tom S!! I heard you had a great helper who hand paired a couple of rounds! Way to go! That must have been a lot of work!
  7. BJJ763

    BJJ763 Trading Mod Supervisor Staff Member Trader Feedback Mod

    Not hand paired (as TOM did that) she wrote out the pairings so i could holler out to everyone where they were to sit. Until Tom went and got another printer.

    But you're right on the part that she was a great helper!
  8. mumsascrappa

    mumsascrappa Active Member

    Oh yikes!! sorry...I misunderstood, maybe she said hand wrote the pairings and I thought it to meant hand-paired. Glad you had help!

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