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After the Smoke Cleared, Where Did All the Bingo Players Go? Banning smoking at charity bingo games may have health benefits, but it is proving harmful to earnings In Minnesota, which adopted a statewide ban on smoking in all indoor workplaces in October, revenue from all charity gambling dropped nearly 13 percent in the last quarter of 2007, compared to the same quarter the year before, according to state officials. More than half of the drop — the equivalent of about $100 million annually — was attributed to the new law, they said.
Legionnaires donate bingo money Decatur Legionnaires know how to give away money, distributing $23,600 from their bingo fund. Burney said the money represents 51 percent of total proceeds from bingo, the percentage that the post is required to donate. “We all come together for a good cause,” said Morgan, as he and Jones dipped catfish into a boiling caldron. “We’re pleased to offer our services.”
Legislation would allow bigger bingo games, bigger prizes Church bingo nights potentially could offer high-stakes prizes under legislation that is drawing fire from Indian gaming groups and those concerned about the California's expanding gambling practices. The Catholic Church and other charities are backing the legislation that would allow players in multiple locations to join the same bingo game through an audio or video link. Larger numbers of players would make for larger prizes, up to 37 percent of a game's gross receipts. California now limits prizes to $250 per game.
Sisters celebrate court bingo win Linda Kenny and Doreen Thomas the sisters said they were delighted with the judgment two women who sued their sister for a share of a £50,000 bingo win have been awarded the money by a judge. Linda Kenny, 53, and Doreen Thomas, 57, took their sister Edna Sexton, 59, to court over a claim for a third each. A judge at Chester County Court ruled that Mrs Sexton had gone back on a 2005 oral agreement to share any winnings. He awarded each of the sisters £17,463 - their share with interest. However, the pair, from Runcorn, later claimed that Mrs. Sexton had spent the cash.