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Beginner's Workshop
Monday & Wednesday
9:30am begins July 22

REACH for Education
Afternoon Sessions/Sections
July 29 - August 3
Earn Gold in Club Games

Summer Joint Individual
Wednesday, July 31
6:30pm Individual Mvmt

STaC Week
August 5-11
Silver Points
Extra $1 Entry Fee

Ice Cream Social
Saturday, August 10
6:00 pm Ice Cream Social
6:30 pm Open Pairs
$8 Entry

Annual Labor Day Tournament
Thursday - Monday
August 29 - September 2
See flyer for schedule of events

 

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Service Animal Policy
Service Animal Policy

FORT LAUDERDALE BRIDGE CLUB, INC.

 

The Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club does not allow pets.

 

            The Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club permits well-behaved service dogs in the company of their owners.  Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform specific tasks for people with disabilities, including, but not limited to, guiding individuals with impaired vision, alerting individuals to an impending seizure or protecting individuals during one, alerting individuals who are hearing impaired, pulling a wheelchair or fetching items.  Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Sorry, no pets allowed.

            The following requirements apply to service dogs and their owners.  The dog: (a) must be under the control of the handler at all times and respond to voice control; (b) must have a harness, leash or other tether; (c) must be in good health and vaccinated under State and local law; (d) must be housebroken and the handler is responsible for cleanup of any messes; (e) must not be disruptive to others, must not be aggressive, and must not bark or whine repeatedly.  Service animals must remain on the floor and cannot sit on chairs or tables.  If the animal cannot comply with these requirements, the owner may be asked to remove the animal from the premises.

 

FL Statute s. 413.08 governing Employment and Related Services for Persons with Disabilities