Thursday, June 15, 2006

Windward Chess Club moves to Kailua District Park for 15 months!

Aloha Hawaii Chess Players,

Due to Windward Mall renovating the mall we were asked to move out of the mall! Unfortunally Kaneohe District Park also is being renovated and so they could not house us either, so Kailua District Park was kind enough to offer the space, trying my best to keep the meetings on Wednesday's since we have other Hawaii chess clubs that meet on other days of the week.

Windward Chess Club will be meeting at the Kailua District Park possibly for the next 15 months, we need you to come and support this club, so that the District Park sees there is indeed a large group of chess players that need a meeting place on the Windward side of the Island. Let others know we moved and check for location of Windward Chess Club (WCC) Wednesday meetings 5:30pm to 8:45pm as well as the summer chess classes at Palolo Tuesdays and Kailua on Mondays for begineer scholastic players.

The Kailua District Park meeting rooms are smaller, but if we show we can bring a larger group we may be able to get more space, so we need your support. No A/C just good ole Trade winds to keep us cool, bring your workout clothes, lots of other things to do at the Park, like start training for the Honolulu Marathon!!

WCC is the ONLY public chess club that offers CXR rated match games and Quads currently in Hawaii, For current Quad results go to So if you do NOT see your name below, either you have not played in 61 days (to remain an "Active" players) or your membership expired, Scholastic $5, adults $12, see Frank Alejandro on how to renew! As you see CXR in not only a national club rating, its an International chess club rating, with Mexico and Canada in the rating picture as well!

Questions please email me or call!

And my question to you, if have your own chess club, why is it not listed?

For map follow this link

Like to play a another game besides chess WCC will also have nice wooden Go boards available for those interested in this game. So there you have another reason to come, Chess, Go and training your body for long games via sports of your choice at the Kaiilua District Park,



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