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The holidays are here.  As always, on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, most organizations that offer bingo will
be closed.  This year,
The United Seniors of WI will play their regular morning session on December 24, and will
be closed on Christmas Day.  We urge players to check in advance with the organizations themselves if there is
any question regarding an organization’s bingo schedule during the holiday season.
The Schedule for New Year’s Eve Bingo is as follows:

MILWAUKEE - Elks Lodge #46, 5555 W. Good Hope Rd., will host New Year’s Eve Bingo with 2 sessions of
Bingo.  Games begin at 5:55 PM & 7:15 PM.  $2,500 in prizes are on the ticket.  There will be $500 in raffle prizes
that will go during the Regular Session.  Progressive Bingo will follow at approximately 9:00 PM.  This year, there
will be one lucky winner of a $500 Attendance Raffle.  A  special Bingo Player Dinner featuring a Fish Fry, Chicken
Dinner or Shrimp Dinner will be offered from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM.  Elks Lodge 46 will take dinner reservations in
advance.  Please call 414-353-2900 to make reservations.  Or reservations may be made in person during any
Tuesday, Thursday or Sunday Bingo.  

BROOKFIELD - St. Luke Parish, 18000 W. Greenfield Ave.,  will feature their popular New Year’s Eve triple
session event starting at 6:00 PM.  Doors are set to open at 4:00 PM.  All players will receive a FREE dinner
between the 1st and 2nd session.   The third session will feature five games for $200 each.  Also featured will be a
50/50 cash raffle.

MILWAUKEE - Our Lady Queen of Peace, 2733 W. Euclid Ave., will usher in the new year by offering 5 sessions
of bingo on New Year’s Eve starting at 5:30 PM, for a total of $5,000 in Bingo prizes.  $1,000 in raffle prizes will
sweeten the pot.  Doors open at 3:00 PM.

GREENDALE - American Legion Post #416, 6351 W. Grange Ave., will host bingo on NY’s Eve by playing 20
games for over $2,000 in prizes.  Progressive Bingo will also be played.  A  special $40 price includes two (2) 6-on
packs of 10 each, sandwich (hamburger, 1/4 lb. all beef hot dog, hot ham,)  potato salad, beans, chips, pickles,
milk & coffee, and dessert.  Soda and beer will be available for purchase.  Doors are set to open at 4:00 PM and
Bingo will start at 6:00 PM.  Food is served starting at 4:30 PM.  Reservations are accepted at the Legion Post’s
regularly scheduled Bingo events.  For additional information, call Gary Parker at 414-421-0314.

GERMANTOWN - American Legion Post #1, N120 W15932 Freistadt Rd., will host bingo for $2,000 in prizes
plus a $1,000 raffle on New Year’s Eve starting at 7:00 PM.  A  lunch will be served during the intermission.  Doors
are set to open at 5:00 PM.

ST. FRANCIS - St. Francis Lions Club,
3476 E. Howard Ave., New Year’s Eve Bingo will be held at the St.
Francis Lions Community Center,  $1,000 in Bingo prizes, plus whatever the progressive is, plus a $1,000 raffle
are featured.  For more information, call 414/483-5080.

GREENFIELD - American Legion Post #18 playing at United Seniors of WI, 4515 W. Forest Home Ave., will be
open for bingo at on New Year’s Day.  Doors are set to open at 4:00 PM and Bingo begins at 7:00 PM.

In other Bingo news:

St. Joseph Parish, S89 W22650 Milwaukee Ave., Big Bend. has announced the addition of a Free door prizes
attendance raffle, to begin  in December, 2014.  Each week, all players  receive a free door prize ticket. The
winning ticket will be drawn on the 4th Friday of each month.  The lucky player must be present to win.  Wait, there’
s more.  St. Joe’s has announced a new  consolation prize schedule.  So, starting in  January, if the progressive is
not won, and the count is at 48, the consolation prize will be $350,  if 49, then $300, if 50, the $200 and if the
number to win progressive is at 51 or higher, the consolation prize stands at $100.
St. Joe’s plays every Friday.  Doors open at 5:00 PM and Bingo starts at 7:00 PM.
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