In-Person Bingo is back!

In-person bingo is held Fridays at 9:00 am! We are so excited to have all of you back at the center again! Yay!!

Leo Reaver & various other volunteers will be the bingo caller and will call 40 games. Bingo packets are available for purchase upon arrival and are not sold ahead of time. 

We also offer Dime Bingo usually 1 Monday per month. Check out programming calendar to see when it's on the schedule this month. 

Please see the additional information below. If you have any questions, please reach out to Nancy. 

What type of bingo are we playing?

Participants will be playing regular bingo. The last game may be blackout bingo; that will be decided on by the caller. 

How do I get cards?

Bingo cards will be purchased the day of the event. We will be selling 3-card packs with a total of 40 games. 

1 pack = $10
2 packs = $20
additional sheets $10 per sheet

How will I mark my card?

You can bring a bingo dauber or marker from home, or you can purchase a dauber here at the center. We have an assortment of colors and the cost is $1.25 per dauber.

What are the prizes?

The winner of each game will receive a cash prize of the total amount collected for game play divided evenly among the 40 games.  

We will occasionally have sponsors bring additional prizes to be awarded, but we won't always know ahead of time to announce this.


Sharable snacks are once again allowed at the center. Please use tongs when dishing out snacks.

Vending machines are open, and we'll need donations to keep them stocked. 

Bottles of water will be for sale during the bingo event.

What if more than 1 person has bingo?

In the event of a tie, the winning amount will be divided equally amongst the winners.

How do I sign up to play?

You will need to sign up on Copilot or by calling Nancy (717-225-0733 ext. 0).

On Copilot our in-person bingo is called "Quarter Bingo." 

If you need help with using Copilot online, please refer to the tutorial below. 

Copilot Community Tutorial for using Copilot online from home

This tutorial was created by Windy Hill's Jenna Ericson. If you still have questions about using Copilot after watching this video, please contact Jenna.

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