Spring Scholastics Notice Print E-mail
By Patricia K. Smith   
March 5, 2010
Spring Scholastics Notice: We have very few rooms with two double beds available at all three USCF Spring Nationals which includes the: National Junior High (April 9-11), National High School (April 16-18) and the National Burt Lerner Elementary Championships (May 7-9).  We are currently working on opening up our room block to add more rooms as well as contracting with nearby hotels for additional rooms.  We hope to have these in place by Monday, March 8, 2010.  Please check the information page for each of the Spring Nationals for details.

Elementary


Junior High

High School


All Girls


Grab a Spot in the Kosteniuk Simul:
There is still space in Kosteniuk's May 7 simul in Atlanta in conjunction with the Burt Lerner National Elementary Championships (Atlanta, GA, May 7-9). The Kosteniuk simul begins at 9 AM EST on Friday, May 7th and the Entry Fee is $40.

FIDE Trainers Seminar for Women: While in Atlanta, Kosteniuk will be giving a talk in conjunction with the FIDE Trainers Seminar for women.
 
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