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GREENFIELD:   American Legion Post #18, playing at the United Seniors of WI, 4515 W.
Forest Home Ave., will give four Pick ‘n Save gift cards as door prizes during Bingo on
Thursday November  20th, 2014.  Post 18 also reminds players that although no bingo will
be played on Thanksgiving evening at 7:00 PM, Post 18 will host a special Bingo on
Friday November 28th, at 6:30 PM and again on Saturday November 29th at 6:30 PM.

GREENFIELD:  The United Seniors of Wisconsin remind players that they will again be
open for Bingo on  Thanksgiving morning.  For more information, please call the United
Seniors at 414/321-0220.

MILWAUKEE:  Our Lady Queen of Peace, 2733 W. Euclid Ave., will offer turkey
certificates (Pick ‘n Save Gift Cards) as FREE door prizes at sessions on November 12th
and 14th, 2014.  OLQP reminds players that the parish will again host New Year’s Eve
Bingo.  For more information, call Lois at 414/421-5618.

MILWAUKEE:  The Elks Lodge #46, 5555 W. Good Hope Rd, has announced that they
will host New Year’s Eve Bingo with 2 sessions plus special raffle parizes.  Also, a special
menu is planned for the occasion.  For more information, call the Lodge at 414/353-2900.

BROOKFIELD:  St. Luke Parish, 18000 W. Greenfield Ave., has announced that they will
host Bingo on New Year’s Eve.   Doors are set to open at 4:00 PM.
 St. Luke also invites
all to a "free will" spaghetti dinner to held prior to Bingo on November 16th.  St. Luke will
be serving between 4:00 - 6:00 PM.


The December issue of the Bingo Bugle will feature a complete listing of organizations
offering New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day Bingo.  The December issue will be
distributed to Bingo Halls beginning on Sunday November 30th, and will continue
throughout that week.

In other gaming news:
ATLANTIC CITY:  Three casinos closed within two weeks of each other: the Showboat in
August, Revel in September, and Trump Plaza in September. It will leave only seven
casinos in Atlantic City and prospects appear dim for the Taj Mahal.

MISSISSIPPI:  The Margaritaville Casino in Biloxi closed in September.

FLORIDA:  The troubled Dania Casino, under new management for less than six months,
closed in October for a year-long $50 million renovation.

OHIO: Hollywood at Mahoning Valley Race Course opened Sept. 17.  The $250 million
racino with 850 slots is Ohio’s 11th and final gambling venue.
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