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Bingo games will benefit summer camp project

By From page A4 | July 06, 2014

The Davis Odd Fellows will host their next Second Sunday Bingo fundraiser on July 13 to benefit the Davis Encampment, a branch of the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge.

The Davis Encampment was established in 1957, and currently has 30 members. Since 2010, the organization has taken on the mission of raising funds to send children ages 7-13 to a weeklong summer camp. The kids are mostly from low-income families or foster homes.

This year, the Davis Encampment will send 12 youths to the Odd Fellows’ Three Links camp between Sonora and Yosemite.

Doors for bingo play open at noon Sunday, July 13, at the Davis Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. in downtown Davis. Games begin at 1 p.m. and will end about 4 p.m. Bingo players can win cash prizes up to $250, pull-tab instant winners get up to $100 and there also are drawings for gift packages and other prizes.

Bingo packs cost $12 and value packs are $20.

The Davis Odd Fellows Bingo Committee supports charitable organizations in Yolo County by sharing proceeds from Second Sunday Bingo. All net proceeds from bingo play go directly to the charity partner.

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

Enterprise staff

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