Welcome . . .
to the District 8 Advocate on the Web, an online bridge newsletter published by District 8 of the American Contract Bridge League. District 8 has 3600 members and covers portions of four states -- downstate Illinois, eastern Missouri, western Kentucky and northern Indiana.
New issues are published during the first week of even-numbered months. Web address is http://advocate.district8acbl.com .
ACBL maintains our mailing list. This list is used only for notifying subscribers of new issues (six times a year). It is not shared with other organizations.
If you're an ACBL member who resides in District 8 -- and if you've provided ACBL with your email address -- you'll receive an email notice and link when a new issue is posted. You can add or change these settings through the MyACBL membership portal on the www.acbl.org web site. After logging in, click "Privacy settings", then "Share" under the Email heading at the bottom of the page
If you're not a District 8 member, you can join the mailing list by sending a request to the editor ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
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