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Chess Club at Homelink

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Date – Time

Chess Club! – 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location

HOMELINK
309 Hoffmeister Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63125 US

Additional Information

Chess Club
(updated for 2020-21)

Chess Club has a new home!

When:  1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month.

Time:     2:00-3:00 pm

Where:  Homelink!   Our Homelink Learning Center is located at St. Andrew's Catholic Church, 309 Hoffmeister, 63125.  Drive around to the back where there is a huge parking lot.  Look for the Homelink sign at the door of the first school building.  (People come and go constantly from our building, so it is hard to miss.)  Chess Club will be downstairs on the left side of the cafeteria.

More details:  Chess Club is open to ALL SHARE members, and now, perhaps some Homelink students might be able to take advantage of it too while they are waiting for a class or a ride home.

Masks are optional.

Price is FREE!

There will also be a participation waiver this year, unless you have already done a Homelink waiver.

If you are interested in playing, please email mjmaichel@juno.com for more information.


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.)