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Band Bingo gets underway tonight!

The games will first be offered on Tuesdays and Fridays, with the doors opening at 5pmCT/6pmET and games continuing until 10pmCT/11pmET
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By Ed Waggener

It's a big deal. Bingo is back in Columbia, KY, again, at the same place but the building, now the Adair Band Bingo Building, 50 Shady Lane (Google Map/Directions from Anywhere), Columbia, KY.


Tonight is a red letter day for the County. The session will be the first open to the public band Bingo event. An invitations only practice run drew a huge, enthusiastic crowd last week, and everything checked out. The hall is ready for players.

This time Bingo is under the strict auspices of the Adair County Band Boosters, Inc. a non-profit 501(3)(C) group, operating under KY License #: ORG0002285. Proceeds from the games will help the Band Boosters raise money for charitable endeavors - and to offer another place for participants to have fun in a clean, orderly place of entertainment.

There will be few kids in the building. No one under the age of 18 will be allowed in the building unless they are working a voluntteer or with a volunteer.

There will be concessions available at Bingo Sessions, but the list of items hasn't yet been received. (Submissions of Epicurean Kentuckian comments on the food will be considered. Use an Contact/Submit button.) The Band Boosters have made the building a No Smoking facility, but those who must smoke will be permitted to do so in designated area outside the building.

The facility has ample parking, and the address, 50 Shady Lane, is just off Campbellsville Road/Kentucky 55 North, convenient, approximately one-half mile south of the Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass. Several top South Central Kentucky Restaurants are nearby in the area. The building was used as a Bingo Hall before, and most recently housed Hot City Nights.


This story was posted on 2012-10-09 07:07:23
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