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Rotary TV Bingo now revitalized

CENTRE WELLINGTON - The Rotary Club of Fergus-Elora is pleased to announce they have partnered up with Wightman Telecom and the Rotary Club of Hanover to revitalize TV Bingo in Centre Wellington.

The Rotary Club of Hanover has entered into a partnership with them to expand the viewing area into Centre Wellington.

With Wighman TV now in the Fergus area, it has made it possible for the Rotary Club of Fergus-Elora to continue with the TV Bingo that the Lions Club ran very successfully for many decades.

TV Bingo is is held every Tuesday evening from 7-8pm on Wightman channel 1 from October to May Tickets can be purchased for $5.00 from Canadian Tire, Zehrs, Coldwell Banker Grand Homes Realty and Dixons Lumber.

All monies raised from this event will go back into the community to fund future projects.

March 17, 2017


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