Wow, instead of one night a year calling BINGO, I get two this year. Well, when you're in high demand and all, you know...

Seriously, it's a wonderful opportunity to do my little part to help support an awesome organization here in Missoula. I get that chance every year at the Western Montana Fair, calling a night of BINGO with Soroptimist International of Missoula. And now the Missoula Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization has asked me to call their BIG NIGHT OF BINGO, this Thursday, October 19, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., in the Home Arts Building, Missoula County Fairgrounds. 


Proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters one to one mentoring relationships in Missoula. And the statistical rewards for both "Bigs" and "Littles" is inspiring.


96% of Littles are confident they can say no to drugs, violence and skipping school.

84% of Littles have better grades, academic goals and confidence.

92% of Littles report confidence in completing their schoolwork.

94% of Littles feel like they have a special adult in their life that they can turn to.

95% of Littles feel like they belong.

Mentoring relationships mean so much to kids in the program. And most adults who sign on to be Bigs will tell you how fulfilling a mentorship is. We have information on what being a Big entails here.


Your $25 entry fee will get you 10 games of BINGO Thursday night. If you are feeling generous, additional purchase options will be available. Entry fees will be collected at the door, but you can also save a couple bucks with the Early Bird Online Discount.

Door prizes available, too. Spend the evening with friends, eating, drinking, and of course playing BINGO! All while supporting mentorship in Missoula!

Doors open at 6:30. We'd love to see you there!

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