Greater Wakefield Resource Center BINGO & LUNCH

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    Multiple dates from Wednesday, August 23rd to Monday, December 30th

    Event Summary

    The Greater Wakefield Resource Center is hosting its Bingo and Senior Meals program starting at 10am at the Center in Union. The program is open to seniors for a donation of $3 and $5 for those under 60. To RSVP before the meal call 473-8324 or for more information visit

    Price: Seniors $3.00 Under 60 $5.00

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    Venue

    Greater Wakefield Resource Center
    254 MAIN STREET
    Union NH

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    The event runs from 9:00am to 1:00pm on the following dates.
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