2nd Annual Designer Bag Bingo

2nd Annual Designer Bag Bingo
at St. Therese School, Succasunna, NJ
Friday, March 20, 2020 • Doors Open 5:30PM
TICKETS ARE LIMITED!

See the 2020 Flyer for Registration/Ticketing Information!
GRAND PRIZE: Louis Vuitton HANDBAG!
Basket Raffles • 50/50 • Door Prizes
Games start promptly at 7pm
Tory Burch • Kate Spade • Coach • Michael Kors • Cole Haan and more!
$30.00 Entry fee includes: 1 Game Packet (10 games), dabber, coffee & dessert
*Extra playing sheets available for purchase
*Door Prize Raffle - Bring a canned good item as a donation for the food pantry and receive a raffle ticket. Capped at 3 tickets.
18 yrs or older to attend/play.

Contact Information
  1. Amy Levy
  2. 9738798506
  3. schooladmin@stthereseroxbury.org
Fri, March 20
5:30 pm — 10:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/20/2020 5:30pm 03/20/2020 10:00pm America/New_York 2nd Annual Designer Bag Bingo

2nd Annual Designer Bag Bingo
at St. Therese School, Succasunna, NJ
Friday, March 20, 2020 • Doors Open 5:30PM
TICKETS ARE LIMITED!
See the 2020 Flyer for Registration/Ticketing Information!
GRAND PRIZE: Louis Vuitton HANDBAG!
Basket Raffles • 50/50 • Door Prizes
Games start promptly at 7pm
Tory Burch • Kate Spade • Coach • Michael Kors • Cole Haan and ...

135 Main Street Succasunna, NJ 07876

St. Therese School Gymnasium

135 Main Street
Succasunna, NJ 07876

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