Variety Bingo Planned At St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
The Social Concerns Committee of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish will hold its fifth annual variety bingo on Sunday, April 7, in the school gymnasium, 116 Hughes St., Swoyersville. Doors open at noon. Games begin at 1 p.m. Admission is $10. No tickets will be sold in advance. Seating is limited to 250 players. Admission includes four cards for 15 regular games and three cards for five special games. Additional cards will be available for purchase. A final cover all game is for a $200 cash prize. Daubers are required to play and will be available for purchase as well. A variety of foods will be available to purchase for lunch in addition to a bake sale, basket raffle and instant bingo. The social concerns committee is a program that tends to the needs of the parish community and the community at large. All proceeds will help those in the community during difficult times. At a recent meeting, members of the social concerns committee met to discuss and plan the event. First row, from left, are Carolyn Reino, Cindy Allen, Dottie Powers, chairperson, Patti Temple, and Sharon Nenichka. Second row: Mary Ann Martinsky, Ruth Yekel, Jim Powers, Pat Quinn, John Bankus, social concerns committee president, Michael Fender, Pat Backo and Mark Nenichka.