(updated for 2017-18)
Chess Club- Chess Club meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays, October through May, from 2:00-3:00 p.m. (immediately following PE class) at the Salvation Army, 824 Union Road, 63123. This is a drop-in club. (No September meeting.)
Come every time or whenever it fits with your schedule. This is a great opportunity for chess enthusiasts to gather and enjoy the game of chess. We begin with a short lesson and then fit in as many games as time allows. Price is FREE!
If you have questions, contact Judy Maichel at 314-352-1319 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHY IS CHESS IMPORTANT? Chess is a game for all people , the game helps to develop memory , improves concentration , develops concentration , imagination and creativity , chess teaches independence , chess develops the capability to predict and foresee consequences of actions , chess inspires self-motivation , chess shows that success rewards hard work , chess helps to facilitate critical thinking skills , chess improves school work and grades , you get to meet like-minded people , chess is an inexpensive game to play , and chess is entertaining .
(Cathy's note: A huge THANK YOU to Judy for agreeing to run this awesome program once again. I've heard nothing but wonderful comments about it and I encourage you to let your student check it out.)