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April 2, 2013

Relay for Life bingo fundraiser slated

McALESTER — Relay for Life Team Kidden’ Around Academy is hosting a bingo fundraiser Friday at the American Legion at 400 S. Second St. in McAlester.

The doors open at 5 p.m. and bingo starts at 6:30, organizers of the event said. The cost to play is $25 per pack. There will be a bake sale, a concession stand and a 50/50 game. Door prizes will be given away throughout the evening.

Due to limited seating, bingo players will not be able to share a pack. The game prize list is as follows:

• Tastefully Simple gift basket ($45 value)

• Family Video gift basket ($50 value)

• $50 Visa ($50 value

• Pearl necklace ($50 value)

• $50 Tannehill Furniture gift certificate ($50 value)

• $50 Barnes & Noble gift card ($50 value)

• $50 iTune cards ($50 value)

• $50 Thirty-One gift certificate ($50 value)

• $50 Interior Resources gift certificate ($50 value)

• $50 Panache gift certificate ($50 value)

• Mirror and Wreath (75 value)

• Mary Kay and A Special Place certificates ($85 value)

• Sewell Animal and Poodle Skirts Grooming certificates ($85 value)

• BeMac Hardware basket ($85 value)

• 50/50 game (Half of the money collected for this game will be the prize amount. Last year’s winner won over $400)

• Restaurant gift certificates 1 ($90 value)

• Restaurant gift certificates 2 ($90 value)

• Wellness Center membership /trainer session ($100 value)

• $100 Zoe’s Apparel gift certificate ($100 value)

• $100 First Class Outlet gift certificate

• Mani/Pedi and Bath & Body certificate and basket (100 value)

• $100 Visa gift card ($100 value)

• Outdoor grill and cover ($120 value)

• Studio 1 gift basket and certificate ($110 value)

• Apple TV and $100 iTune card ($200 value)

• Studio 23 Frame, 11 x 20 photo and gift certificate ($240 value)

• Power gas pressure washer ($240 value)

• $200 Hobby Lobby gift card and Peg Board from Dotties ($256 value)

• Kindle Fire HD ($250 value)

• Queen Serta Super Pillow Top Mattress Set ($699 value)

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