Sweetheart Bingo to be held Feb. 15

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Natalie Stevenson, right, checks to make sure “it’s a good bingo,” at the Williams Community Center on Aug. 20. About 45 people attended the finale of Hot August Nights, a promotion that lasted throughout the month.

The Williams Community Center will host their annual Sweetheart Bingo game on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Doors will open at 4 PM. Bingo starts at 5 PM for the early bird games. Regular games start at 5:30 PM. Game packs start at $20. Extra packs for $5 available. Special games like Bonanza are $1 per card.

This special annual Bingo pays out over $900 in cash prizes so there’s a good chance players will get lucky.

“After (the community) celebrates their personal Valentine’s Day, they can come play bingo with us,” said Sally Barker, the creator of the event.

Players will also have a chance to win fabulous raffle prizes.

Barker has run the event for years and has experience getting impressive intermission prizes from a variety of donors.

“People are very generous when they know it is for a good reason,” said Barker.

The Sweetheart Bingo fundraiser helps the Williams Community Center put on events througout the year, such as the upcoming Youth Art Show in March, the Community Showcase of local entertainment and talent in April, and the Fall Art Festival.

Players will be served free hotdogs and dessert. Early Bird games and Lickety Split pay 100 percent to players. Specials pay $75 and the “Special Special” game pays $100.
The Williams Community Center is located at 860 C. St. The community is invited to attend. ■