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2020 Benefit Event Announced: "Viva el Bingo!"

posted Dec 17, 2019, 10:32 AM by Beth McCormick

The Mount Lebanon Junior Women’s Club Announces Their 2020 Annual Benefit Event, “Viva el Bingo!”

 

Mount Lebanon, PA, December 17, 2019 – Mount Lebanon Junior Women’s Club (MLJWC) announced today that it will hold its 23rd annual benefit event, “Viva el Bingo!”, on March 28, 2020.  The event will benefit the club’s major grant beneficiary, the Young Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation (YWBCAF).

 

The event will be held at the Bethel Park Community Center from 5:00-10:00pm.  The event will include bingo games, a nacho/taco bar, raffle prizes and auction items.  A portion of the proceeds raised that night will benefit the Young Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.

 

“The Mount Lebanon Junior Women’s Club is honored to raise money for the Young Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation this year.  We want to give back to these young women in our community who courageously fight this disease and to increase awareness that women in our age group can and do have breast cancer,” states Amy Taylor, President, MLJWC.

 

The Bethel Park Community Center is located at 5151 Park Avenue in Bethel Park.  The co-chairs for the Viva el Bingo! event are Becky Dearing and Jill Loughridge. Tickets can be purchased online at https://vivabingo.simpletix.com/.

 

“We are so grateful to be partnered with the MLJWC this year.  The members are a powerful positive force in the South Hills.  We are looking forward to working together to help women right here in our neighborhoods,” said Jennifer Kehm, co-founder of the YWBCAF.

 

About MLJWC:
The Mount Lebanon Junior Women's Club was founded in 1968 by ten civic-minded women. The club’s goal is to continue their legacy of giving back to our community through civic, philanthropic, and social activities. MLJWC focuses its efforts on supporting organizations that improve the lives of women and children. MLJWC is a dynamic group of women accomplished in career, family, and community involvement and includes nearly 100 members. Membership in MLJWC is open to women living in Mt. Lebanon and surrounding communities whose interests are consistent with the purpose of our organization.
 www.mljwc.com

About YBCAF:
The Young Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation is a 501(c)(3) that educates, supports and provides small financial grants to women under 45 in Pittsburgh with breast cancer.  To increase breast cancer awareness, YWBCAF regularly partners with local groups and organizes events during the month of October.  In addition, YWBCAF oversees several different programs, including support groups, funding programs, individual grants and organizational partnerships, that aid and support local young women going through the challenges of a breast cancer diagnosis.  The organization also provides a variety of opportunities to connect women with other survivors or counselors.
 www.ywbcaf.org

 

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