AREA BENEFITS & FUNDRAISERS - Mix-It-Up Bingo, Pick-Your-Own-Prize Bingo & More

(11/26/2014)

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MIX-IT-UP BINGO - Friends of Arnoldsburg Elementary School will sponsor a Mix-It-Up Bingo, Saturday, December 6th at 5:30 p.m. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. Items will include Longaberger baskets, gift cards, Origami Owl, Scentsy, knives, hunting supplies, Jamberry Nails, and more. There will be silent action items. Concessions will be sold. All proceeds will be donated to the AES Playground fund. $20 a ticket. Get yours early for a chance at the early bird drawing. Contact the school for more information or to reserve your ticket 304-655-8616.

LONGABERGER BINGO FUNDRAISER - For Frank Byrd, cancer victim. Sunday, December 7 at the Gilmer County Senior Center. Doors open at noon, games start at 1:00 p.m. $20 for 20 Games - 21st Bonus Bingo $5.00/card. If you wish to make a donation or purchase a ticket, call Liz Greenlief at 304-462-7689 or email   Deborahyeager@msn.com   All donations will be greatly appreciated.

“PICK YOUR PRIZE” CHRISTMAS BINGO - Presented by the Friends of the Market St. Chapel. Thursday, December 11th. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Bingo begins at 6:00 at Heritage Park Community Bldg. in Spencer. Twenty games for $20.00. Prizes: Longaberger Baskets, Thirty-One, Vera Bradley, Micheal Kors, Lilly Bloom, And Nine West Purses. First 30 to arrive will be entered in the Early Bird drawing. Door prizes: Vera Bradley and Yankee Candle. Raffles: Lg. filled Thirty One Christmas Tote and Longabeger. Shop the Silent Auction for great Christmas gifts. Concessions and homemade desserts. For information please contact: Susan Myers 304-927-5064, Kim Parsons 304-927-0094, Julie Boggs 304-927-3327. All proceeds help further the continued restoration of the Market Street Chapel in Spencer.


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