Gay Bingo raises funds for Pride grants and scholarships

Wadding, Megan
June 2010
Echo Magazine;6/10/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 19, p22
The article presents information on Pride Bingo sessions, the gay-friendly bingo sessions, started by the Phoenix Pride Community Foundation in Phoenix, Arizona in May 2010 to get funds for scholarships and community grants. It states that Beverly Bradshaw, of Reflections Bingo Hall in Phoenix where the sessions are held, promoted the idea for the LGBT communities. It mentions that more than 3,000 dollars are given away by Reflections as prize money every Bingo session.


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