Five veterans were honored at the ACCA Bingo Night last Friday, November 10th, 2006. Those veterans were Ed Brown, Jan January, Robert Oliver, Lou Champa and Jim Stalter. The five were made the "Bell Ringers" for that special night and they had the privilege to choose one lucky number for that night.
Bingo players received a $5 dollar bonus every time the number was called that night. The numbers that were picked by January, Oliver and Stalter came up four times, while the numbers chosen by Brown and Champa came up 3 times.
ACCA Bingo also held their "Birthday Celebrations" for that month. Players who had their birthdays in the month of November and were present that night were Jessica Sanchez, Bernice Oliver, Paget Adair and Kayne Crison, who is the editor of the Arizona City Newspaper. Glozella Meyers, who was also one of the birthday celebrants for the month of November, celebrated her 94th Birthday that night.
This Friday, November 17th, 2006, players will have the chance to take home great prizes. The Jackpot number one is at $330 dollars in 52 numbers with a $100 dollars consolation prize. The other Jackpot is at $340 dollars in 50 numbers with a $150 dollars consolation prize. The Poweball Number One is around $170 dollars.
The Powerball Number Two's pot is continuing to get bigger which is currently at $481 dollars. It is expected to rise to as much as $550 dollars. There is also a new game called Pick-a-Pet, where the lucky winner gets $50 dollars plus a pet of their own choosing. In line with the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays, ACCA Bingo is planning something special so players must keep an eye out for further announcements. The doors of the Bingo hall will be open at 5:30 p.m. and the early bird games begin at 6:45 p.m. with the regular bingo games beginning at 7:00 p.m.
The cost for the early birds is a very affordable $1 dollar and all of the 50/50 specials are priced at 50 cents for every three cards. The Jackpots are $1 dollar for the three on card and $5 dollars for the six 6 cards and $8 dollars for the nine cards. Each of the Powerball games costs around $1 dollar to participate in.
Sunday, November 26, 2006