Designer Bag Bingo

PROCEEDS BENEFIT:

1. REBUILDING WARRIORS - ONE DOG AT A TIME

2. ELKS VETERANS

3. ARMY OF HOPE

EVENT: DESIGNER BAG BINGO

WHEN: SATURDAY 10/12/19 AT 2:00 SHARP, DOORS OPEN 12 NOON

WHERE: EAST BRUNSWICK ELKS #2370

21 OAKMONT AVE, EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ 08816

TICKETS: $35 WHICH INCLUDES 10 GAMES OF BINGO

ADDITIONAL CARDS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE EVENT

FOOD & BEVERAGES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

MORE: DOOR PRIZES; 50/50 RAFFLE as well as separate grand prize DESIGNER HANDBAG BINGO

CONTACT: DAWN E. GROSS dawnegross@yahoo.com or COLLEEN MURPHY cmm2u@aol.com or call 732-821-8527

Participants may bring their own snacks (chips, pretzels, cookies, etc.)

Contact Information
  1. Dawn E. Gross
  2. 732-821-8527
  3. dawnegross@yahoo.com
Sat, October 12
12:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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PROCEEDS BENEFIT:

1. REBUILDING WARRIORS - ONE DOG AT A TIME

2. ELKS VETERANS

3. ARMY OF HOPE

EVENT: DESIGNER BAG BINGO

WHEN: SATURDAY 10/12/19 AT 2:00 SHARP, DOORS OPEN 12 NOON

WHERE: EAST BRUNSWICK ELKS #2370

21 OAKMONT AVE, EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ 08816

TICKETS: $35 WHICH INCLUDES 10 GAMES OF BINGO

ADDITIONAL CARDS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE EVENT

FOOD & BEVERAGES ...

21 OAKMONT AVE EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ 08816

21 OAKMONT AVE
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ 08816

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