Pioneer Center for Human Services to host bingo fundraiser in Cary

Pioneer Center for Human Services will host a bingo night from 5 to 9 p.m. March 3 at Galati’s Hideaway, 800 Feinberg Court, Cary.[]

CARY – A McHenry-based nonprofit will host its first bingo and “dine-n-share” night March 3 at Galati’s Hideaway in Cary.

Pioneer Center for Human Services will put on “Get Your Game On…BINGO Night” from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Cary restaurant, 800 Feinberg Court, according to a news release from the organization.

The event is part of a larger celebration of Pioneer Center’s 60th anniversary, and Galati’s Hideaway will offer a dine and share event the same night.

The restaurant will donate 15 percent of food and drink purchases to Pioneer Center services for people facing homelessness. Diners only need to show a coupon, which can be found on Pioneer Center’s website.

“Every year that we our able to provide services to our community is a year to celebrate. But 60 years of service is an achievement that we are so very proud to achieve,” Pioneer Center special events and volunteer coordinator Jordan Debbink said in a statement. “Our bingo night and dine-n-share kick off a year in which we can continue the relationships and partnerships that build on our legacy in McHenry County.”

Players will receive six bingo cards and a starter glass of wine or beer for each $20 ticket.

Servers also will be available to take food orders. Bingo prizes include baskets by generation for each decade Pioneer Center has been serving McHenry County.

Tickets can be bought online at www.pioneercenter.org