BINGO Night supports local Scout Pack
Quincy area parents will be hosting an inaugural BINGO night in support of the newly revived Quincy Cub Scout Pack 151 on Saturday, April 29, at 4 p.m. at the Quincy Vet’s hall.
Through this fundraising effort, parents aim to make Scouting affordable to every member of the community. Proceeds raised by the parents will be donated to the pack to help provide need-based scholarships for Scouts, finance Scout family activities such as our Summer Family Camp, help support the Pack’s outreach to other community organizations, and help more youth get involved and experience the great outdoors.
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Pack 151 aims to prepare every eligible youth in the Plumas County area to help the local community through community service and become a responsible, engaged citizen and leader.
The BINGO night will commence at 4 p.m. BINGO cards will cost $2 per card or $5 for three cards. Dinner, which will include chili, cornbread, salad, a drink, and dessert, will be served for $10. Vegetarian chili will be available.
You can WIN BIG! Prizes for BINGO winners include: a summertime basket complete with tickets for the movies, bowling games, pool passes, and snow cones; a self care basket, with a certificate for a facial, lotions, and eye mask; telescope; walkie talkies; Ryobi Drill, inflatable boat; and more.
A BIG thank you to event sponsors Buster and Sons construction, Cindy’s House of Childcare, Martin Sanford, Plumas Zumba, and Quincy Pharmacy, as well as the local business that donated BINGO prizes.
Come support this great fundraiser this Saturday.