A Bunco Night fundraiser benefiting YoungLives will be held on Tuesday, March 28 from 7-9 p.m. at Eastern Heights Christian Church, 5100 Lake Road.
Tickets are $20 and are now available for purchase. Gourmet desserts by TS Fork and Crust & Cream will be served.
Raffle tickets will be available to purchase throughout the evening for a variety of different prizes including a quilt that has been donated by Completely Quilted, a smoker donated by Cookshack and more prizes donated by The Bag Lady, Whimsey, The Perk, Brace Books, The Attic and more. Gift certificates to the Pioneer Woman Mercantile will be awarded to “most Bunkos”, “most wins” and “least wins” and Rustic Cuff door prizes can be won throughout the night.
For guests who are unfamiliar with how to play Bunco, there will be an announcement explaining how to play and instructions will be provided to each table. The only skill set necessary to attend is an ability to count and roll dice.
YoungLives is a local ministry of the YoungLife non-profit organization focused on teen moms and their babies. Through methods and life-on-life mentoring, teen moms are empowered to make positive choices, set and achieve goals, and live a future rooted in Christ. YoungLives mentors come alongside young women with compassion, support and hope.
This Bunco Night fundraiser will help with the cost of teen mothers and their babies to attend summer camp. A limited number of tickets will be available to purchase at RCB Bank locations, through YoungLives Advisory Committee members or by contacting YoungLives at PCYoungLives@gmail.com. Advisory Committee members for YoungLives are mentor Martha Long, Completely Quilted Co-Owner Nancy Rathbun, and YoungLives Coordinator Camille Denton.
A BUNCO Night fundraiser benefiting YoungLives is planned with proceeds to help offset the cost of teen mothers and their babies to attend summer camp. Raffle prizes include the above pictured quilt, donated by Completely Quilted. Pictured from left: Kelli Northcutt, Jennifer Vaughan and Kathrine Spena, YoungLives advisory committee members; Martha Long, YoungLives mentor; Nancy Rathbun, Completely Quilted co-owner; and Camille Denton, YoungLives Coordinator.