Winners receive a bag of groceries
Community residents and parishioners of Most Precious Blood RC Church are all smiles during the bingo fundraising event. Organizers gave out free chips and cake to players
Bingo players checking out the raffle prizes.
School employees Eva Perez, Penny Paolino, Jay Johnson and Nancy Carroll volunteered to sell refreshments during the fundraising event. The Grocery Bingo sign, left, posted throughout the community, was affixed to the school’s front door.
Jillda Nunes proudly shows off her bingo cat sweatshirt during a round of play.
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