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Paso Robles Senior Center fundraiser happening June 1 

Paso Robles Senior Center.

Paso Robles Senior Center.

–Tickets are on sale now to a fantastic evening of fun, high fashion, fabulous hors d’oeuvres, wine bar, and incredible prizes at Black Tie Bingo “Paso Style.” This event is not your average game of bingo and the limited number of tickets are going fast.

Black Tie Bingo takes place on Saturday, June 1 at the Paso Robles Senior Center from 
5 – 8:30 p.m. An Allegretto weekend get-away, taco party for 25 and Mid State Fair concert tickets are just some of the prizes to be won during the 13 games of bingo. And if luck is not on your side, the silent auction will not disappoint. A Shaver Lake cabin retreat, five-course wine dinner for four at McPhee’s and Giants tickets are just a few of the spectacular prizes to be had.

Tickets are $75 each or $500 for a reserved VIP table for 6 and can be purchased by calling (805) 237-3880 or visiting the Paso Robles Senior Center at 270 Scott Street.

Check out all of the prizes by visiting their Facebook page

Presented by Senior Volunteer Services, Black Tie Bingo is a fundraiser for the Paso Robles Senior Center. The generosity of the following sponsors make this event possible: Barbara & John Partridge, Bill & Janice Pluma, Carrillo Automotive, John & Dee Lacey and Hearing Aid Specialists of the Central Coast.

About Senior Volunteer Services

Senior Volunteer Services (SVS) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that designs, coordinates and manages programs that link senior volunteers with organizations needing volunteers in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties. In addition to its Retired Senior Volunteer Program of the Central Coast (RSVP) and Project Lifesaver program, SVS provides direct management and oversight of the operation, staff and volunteers of the Paso Robles Senior Center. SVS works hand-in-hand with the City of Paso Robles who owns and maintains the Senior Center building.


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