Tuesday, March 31, 2015
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Bingo games benefit YCCC

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From page A8 | August 08, 2014 |

The Davis Odd Fellows will host their next Second Sunday Bingo fundraiser on Sunday, Aug. 10, to benefit the Yolo Community Care Continuum.

Doors at the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St., open at noon and bingo play runs from 1 to about 4 p.m. Players can win cash prizes up to $250, and pull-tab instant winners get up to $100. There are drawings for gift packages and other prizes as well.

Easy bingo packs cost $12 and value packs are $20.

YCCC was established as a nonprofit agency in 1979, with the goal to improve the lives of people with mental illness in Yolo County and Northern California through direct services, advocacy, education and volunteer efforts.

The agency is starting a new program this month, called Housing Now. This is a housing assistance program that will address the gap in housing awareness and accessibility, by providing coordination of housing openings in all cities in Yolo County for mental health consumers, and by improving access to the identified available openings and increasing retention of housing once it is obtained.

Learn more about YCCC and its programs at www.y3c.org or from executive director Michele Kellogg at 530-758-2160 or [email protected]

For more information about the Odd Fellows bingo, visit www.DavisBingo.com or follow the Facebook page.

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