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Feb 04, 2022 | pcrumback | 1024 views
Registration for Free ?
The Key Dates:

Feb 14th
Feb 21st
Feb 28th

Help out with a bingo and have your name entered in the draw to win 1 free registration for the upcoming season at the end of the volunteer period(s).

Griffins run bingos usually 4 times a month year-round and can need up to 4 volunteers a night. The first volunteer period is January through the end of April. The second period is September through the end of December. Draws will be made at the end of each of these periods.

Booking for bingo volunteering is first come, first serve and can be made by texting the booster director Amanda Leitch at (226)627-0330. Booking for each bingo is open at noon the Tuesday of the week prior up until noon the day of the bingo, usually Monday night. Bingos not held on Mondays will be announced on the Griffins Facebook page and booking a week in advance will be the same.

You'll be shown what to do.
Make sure you book even if you feel late, someone cancels and you might get a chance to volunteer and win!

Ballots are only available to volunteers aged 18+. Volunteers aged 14 through 17 can only work as runners and earn volunteer hours for high school. Hometown Bingos are set to resume on January 31.
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