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Visit us for some family entertainment as you take part in local Bingo games in the Midland, TX and Odessa, TX area. Our Bingo gambling games are a great way to spend your time! Public Transit: E-Z Rider; Parking: Ample on the west side of the shopping center. Payment: Cash with an automated teller machine on site; Minimum age: 15 to enter and play. Bingo Halls in Scranton, PA.

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  • Our BINGO door will open at 1:00pm and the session will start at 2:00pm. We have modified our games a bit to try and shorten the session. We will still be playing 28 games but with only one blackout. There will be Three Special games. We will not sell any specials during the session all sales must be done prior to the start of the session. A winning prize receipt will be given to winner(s) of each game during the session. All prize receipts will be paid out to the winning players during the last blackout game.
    We do require everyone in attendance to wear a mask while walking around and while seated. If you are not feeling well or have any symptoms, please do not attend for safety reasons. This will help us to protect our volunteers and your fellow players.
    We will reserve the right to make adjustments to future sessions and hope to get back up to normal operation in the near future but for now we are starting on Sundays only.


    Players:

    1. Must wear Face mask
    2. No outside food allowed
    3. No Self-serve Beverages
    4. Only Pop, Coffee, Water, Candy bars and Chips will be served
    5. All payouts will be paid during the play of the last game
    6. Room limit to 42 players and Social Distancing will be enforced.
    7. You can remove mask to drink or eat but must put back on after you are done.

    Rules:

    1. Currently we will only be playing on Sundays
    2. Doors open at 1:00
    3. Session starts at 2:00
    4. Packets and Extra Special cards need to be purchased before the session starts.
    5. No Specials will be Sold on the floor during the session
    6. Receipt will be given for game winners. Receipt to be turned in during last game for payment
    7. All payouts will be paid during the last game
    8. First Blackout will be changed to a Special game
    9. Last game will be the Only Progressive Blackout
    10. Will still play 28 game trying to shorten session to about 2hrs
    11. Will make adjustment to Our Rules as needed for Future sessions

    Our Elks' Lodge has remained closed to all large events and the limited hours we are open are subject to the conservative social distancing and other precautions that are both recommended and required by the State of Iowa.
    We are hopeful that this reopening will be successful and we will be able to continue and add additional sessions!

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    The assistance of our Bingo Players is VERY IMPORTANT to helping make this successful! If you plan to attend - PLEASE plan to follow all safety protocols!

    The information below was 'pre-covid'

    All will be updated soon!

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    Come join our bingo family, meet old friends and/or make new friends!

    No tickets needed! Buy your Bingo cards at the Door!
    Join us on Join us on Tuesday and/or Thursday BINGO Nights!
    (No Tuesdays or Thursdays for now..) Doors Open at 5:30 p.m. Regular games start at 7:00 p.m.

    We also offer a Sunday afternoon session!
    Doors open at 1:00 p.m. and regular games begin at 2 p.m.!

    Win $$$ including a chance at our Progressive Blackout Jackpot of up to $1,000!

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    Just South of Hickman Road - at 2060 NW 94th St Clive, IA

    West Side Bingo Hall


    Bingo Entrance is on the West side of the building!

    Bingo is open to the public and we have a capacity of over 100 players!

    We have large bingo boards and monitors.
    Where: We are located at 2060 94th Street, Clive, Iowa 50325 - Just South of Hickman Road on 94th Street - across from the 'old' Nebraska Furniture Mart. We have plenty of parking and a comfortable facility for your 'Bingo' experience!

    Join us and try your luck..
    Cost: It costs less than one ($1) dollar per game!
    Our special $30 value packet gets you all of the regular games, three special games plus our progressive jackpot black-out game! 134-cards of Bingo! Includes: 28 Games (3 cards each) approximately 2½ hours of entertainment, that's 28 chances to win $30 or more per game (The more players we have the more money we pay!), including three special game prizes,plus a chance at our Progressive Blackout Jackpots of up to $1,000!
    A few reminders: Players need to be 18 years of age or older. Each person needs to purchase a packet in order to join us for the evening. No splitting of packets. Must have the last number called to have a valid Bingo!

    Profits from Bingo help us support our fraternal and benevolent programs in the community!

    The BPOE Elks Lodge #2752 is a 503C(7) Not For Profit Fraternal Organization.
    Our Community programs include;
    * Helping local families in need
    * Scholarships for High School seniors
    * Supporting our troops and veterans
    * Supporting the State Veterans' home in Marshalltown
    * Drug Awareness programs
    * Fire Safety Awareness programs
    * Hoop Shoot - local, regional, state and national competitions

    Thank you for helping us serve our community!
    Join us on Tuesdayand/or Thursday BINGO Nights!Doors Open at 5:30 p.m. Regular games start at 7:00 p.m.We also offer Sunday afternoon sessions! Doors open at 12:30 p.m. and regular games begin at 2 p.m.!
    Cards & Daubers! The games are on paper cards. You can bring your own colored daubers - or we have some available for sale - only $1.50 each!
    A snack bar featuring pop and snacks is available. Coffee is complimentary.

    For additional information - write [email protected]

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    (Bingo is currently suspended due to Covid-19. We hope to reopen once our region reaches the appropriate Phase of the Roadmap to Recovery)
    Play BINGO with us on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

    Win big jackpots.

    Join us for bingo and pull tabs every Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evening for some action packed bingo fun where everyone is welcome. We start at 6:00 pm with four games for the Early Birds and regular games begin at 6:30. We provide many different games and rotate them every night so each evening of games provide a little different entertainment. Jackpots accumulate nightly until won so they can reach over $1000.00 dollars.

    We offer hot food cooked in our on site kitchen so come on in hungry and leave with a full belly and possibly with your pockets full of money.

    * A minimum age of 12 years old is required to enter the hall during bingo hours.

    Playing bingo helps your local community.

    Remember by playing bingo at our hall you help support Kitsap communities. Since we are a non-profit organization all proceeds from bingo sales are used for West Side Improvement Club projects and the charities that we support. Without support from our bingo players we would not be able to help all the people we do. So please join us and meet some new friends and enjoy some time out while helping your local neighborhood.

    Bingo at WSIC in the past.

    In 1961 we started providing public bingo games which makes us the oldest Kitsap bingo hall remaining in service. Although in 1972 bingo services were halted in the state of Washington while tax laws were straightened out bingo resumed the same year and has since been a popular activity to thousands of local residents.

    Bingo’s History

    Bingo has a long history in America and across our planet. Dating back as far as the mid 1500’s as a lottery game in Italy, which is still played every Saturday to this day. In The United States the game started as a game played at county fairs called “Beano” around the late 1920’s. In 1929 and after a mistaken winner called out “Bingo” the name was adopted by Edwin S Lowe a toy salesman who then was helped by Carl Leffler, a Columbia University math professor to invent over 6,000 different bingo cards. Bingo was popularized by the use of churches in the early 1930’s and remains popular today yet bingo halls not associated with large gambling associations can be hard to find.

    Ready/Waiting/Cased/Set/Chance – When someone only needs one number in order to complete the Bingo pattern, he/she is considered to be Ready, Waiting, Cased, Set or ‘has a chance’.

    Breaking the Bubble – The bubble is the minimum number of balls required to complete the Bingo pattern. This is the earliest point anyone could have a valid bingo. Example: Winning pattern is 1 hard way bingo, a straight line without the free space. The minimum number of called numbers is 5 although it is not considered Breaking the Bubble until 1 number in each column or 5 numbers in a single column have been called.

    Jumping the Gun – One who calls bingo before having a valid bingo. The most common situation is someone calling bingo using the next number in the screen before it has been called.

    Wild numbers – Many bingo halls will have certain games with a wild number. Wild numbers allow bingo players to start with multiple called numbers. Typically the first ball drawn is the determining factor.

    Standard – All numbers ending with the second digit of the first number. Example: First ball is 22. All numbers ending in a 2 including B2 is considered a called number.

    Forwards/backwards – All numbers beginning or ending with the wild number. Example: First ball is 22. All numbers beginning or ending with a 2 is considered a called number. If the first ball ends with an 8, 9 or 0, another number may be drawn as there are no numbers starting with a 8 or 9 and only 9 numbers starting with a zero. Some halls will also redraw a number ending with a 7 as there are only 5 numbers beginning with a 7.

    False Alarm – Term used when one calls bingo but is mistaken. This could be because of mishearing the caller or stamping the wrong number by mistake. If one calls a falsie, they genuinely believe they have a bingo. Also known as a social error. Another term used for this is a bongo.

    Crying Number(s) – Once a valid bingo has been claimed and the game is officially closed, the numbers that would have been drawn next are known as the crying numbers due to fact that any person who needed the next number would be crying.

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    Hard Way Bingo – A hard-way bingo is a bingo pattern in a straight line without the use of the free space.

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