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Sunday, August 29, 2010

9 Queens Chess Events in Tucson, Arizona

Hi everybody!

This is an email I got from Jean Hoffmann, who wants to invite lady chess lovers to the 9 Queens events, which take place in Tucson, Arizona:

Dear friends,

As if you needed any more reasons to play chess with 9 Queens, we are now offering a free Rewards Program for participants using the Bookmans Chess Passport. Sign up at any 9 Queens event and receive free prizes every time you attend a 9 Queens event. For a complete list of prizes see below.

1st Visit- 9 Queens sticker

2nd Visit- 9 Queens bookmark

3rd Visit- Chess key chain

4th Visit- $5 dollar Bookmans gift certificate

5th Visit- Chess bracelet

6th Visit- Notation book

To start earning prizes, attend one of the upcoming 9 Queens events described below.

9 Queens Academy Flier
Quick reminder about our next 9 Queens Academy on Sunday, August 29 from 2-4 pm in the Bookmans Low Lounge at the Sahuaro Girl Scout Resource Center. We will offer free chess lessons for women and girls of all ages and abilities. Prizes available for all female players including beginners. Many thanks to Bookmans- the official sponsor of the Tucson Queens Academy series and to the Sahuaro Girl Scout Council for hosting the fun!
Tournament Trophy Image9 Queens and the Pima County Public Library are excited to announce the 3rd Annual Kings and Queens Chess Tournament at the Main Library. The tournament will take place on Saturday, September 4 from 10 am to 4 pm. This tournament is free and open to chess players of all ages and abilities. for more information.
All Queens Day Photo Courtesy Jeff Smith9 Queens, Bookmans, Sahuaro Girl Scout Counciland City Council Member Regina Romero are excited to announce the 2nd Annual All Queens Chess Day. On October 9, 2010 we will host a free chess tournament for women and girls of all ages and offer community chess lessons for anyone interested in learning how to play the game. More details to come!

All photos are courtesy of Jeff Smith. Check out his website to see more of his amazing work.

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Posted by Alexandra Kosteniuk
Women's World Chess Champion



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