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100 Club - David G Congalton - 28-06-2013

The June winner of the 100 Club is N Kafka, who wins £45.50 for the second month in a row.

Chess Scotland runs the 100 Club to assist with general fund raising. 50% of the money available in any given month is distributed as prizes, with the balance being used to offset some of the costs of organising chess in Scotland. Organisation costs: Running CS member services, running CS tournaments, maintaining a rating list, organising Scottish teams international participation, junior training, Scottish Chess magazine, this website! etc

Anyone aged 16 or over can subscribe to the Club. It costs £1 per month to buy a prize draw unit, and, while the normal period to hold a unit is one year, other time periods can be accommodated. Any number of units may be held by a member.

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Re: 100 Club - David G Congalton - 02-09-2013

The August winner of the 100 Club is Alex Bisset who wins the £45 prize.

Chess Scotland runs the 100 Club to assist with general fund raising. 50% of the money available in any given month is distributed as prizes, with the balance being used to offset some of the costs of organising chess in Scotland. Organisation costs: Running CS member services, running CS tournaments, maintaining a rating list, organising Scottish teams international participation, junior training, Scottish Chess magazine, this website! etc

Anyone aged 16 or over can subscribe to the Club. It costs £1 per month to buy a prize draw unit, and, while the normal period to hold a unit is one year, other time periods can be accommodated. Any number of units may be held by a member.

Further information can be found at <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.chessscotland.com/csinfo/100club.htm">http://www.chessscotland.com/csinfo/100club.htm</a><!-- m -->