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Monday is New Bargain Night at 777 Bingo hall
Good seats still available for Vaca Valley New Year’s Eve
$500 Early Bird payouts continue for the Holidays!
Free drawing for progressive Super Jackpot at Bingo Emporium
Big Monday Night Madness session & car giveaway set at 777 Bingo Hall
Food drive at Tuesday and Thursday sessions at Vallejo's 777 Bingo
New Year’s Eve session set to go at Napa Bingo Emporium
New Year’s Eve Extravaganza planned at 777 Bingo Hall
New chairman elected at River Rock Casino
Among proposals, Vallejo to consider four Indian casino four Mare Island
Samoa Drag Strip damaged by thieves— charity seeks community support

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Monday is New Bargain Night at 777 Bingo hall

VALLEJO—The volunteers at the 777 Bingo Hall in Vallejo, have announced that starting immediately, Monday night sessions will be Bargain Night Bingo. Players will enjoy the new lower buy-in of just $20 for a fully loaded bingo machine and up to four 6-on paper game packs.

The admission purchase will include two of each paper Double Action game sheet and two of the Letter “X” game sheets. Players can add a Cash Ball for just $1.00. Extra paper packs and paper specials will be available as will additional bingo machines while supplies last.

There will be ten regular games played with payouts set at $250 each to the lucky winners. The Double Action special game will pay out $300 and the “X” game will pay the winners $250 for the first X, $250 for the second X and $300 for all three X’s. The Treasure Hunt special will pay out $400 and the 777 Special will pay the winners $500.

The 777 Bingo Hall will open each Monday at 2:00 p.m. and players can enjoy Fast Action Bingo before and after the bingo session. The regular session will start with the Early Bird games at 7:00 p.m.

There is always free coffee for all players and the snack bar is open offering snacks, beverages, dinner specials and desserts.

The Monday Bargain Night sessions will be hosted by volunteers from Visions Achieve Extraordinary, The Joshua Tree Foundation, One Child, One Meal, Every Day, the Hand In Hand Bingo and Vallejo Babe Ruth Baseball volunteers.

Bingo is played seven nights each week at the 777 Bingo Hall. The hall is open at 2:00 p.m. and bingo starts at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Please check the Weekly Program pages for more information about specific starting times.

777 Bingo hall players will enjoy lots of Flashboard and special games during each session. The 777 Bingo Hall is located just behind the Wal-Mart store at 777 Sereno Dr., Vallejo. Call: (707) 649-2909 and there is more information available on the Internet at http://www.BingoGamingNews.com and at Twitter.com/BingoGamingNews.

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Good seats still available for Vaca Valley New Year’s Eve

VACAVILLE—There is still time to reserve a seat for the Vaca Valley Bingo hall annual New Year’s Eve special. Reserve seats went on sale on Sunday, November 2nd and will continue until December 21st.

If available layers will may select their favorite seat on a first come first basis at the hall. Reservations will cost  $50 for each seat for the year end 38 game Triple Bingo session. Reservation are non-refundable and for those that wait to purchase their tickets at the door on the night of the event, it will cost them $10 more. The at the door admission will be $60.

Each New Year’s Eve player will receive an Express II for all three sessions. Included with the admission purchase will be a free strip game card that will pay out $1,000. Extra single six-on game packs may be purchased for $10 each. Included with each buy-in will be a free dinner, party favors, a special New Year’s goodie bag and a sparkling cider toast.

This year, the volunteers have planned a fun Disco themed evening for the last session of 2014. Players will enjoy special prize after each regular game of the triple session. More than $75,000 in cash and prizes must go during the year’s biggest evening session.

In all there will be 38 regular games played along with three $1,000 strip games and five special games that will pay out $500 each.

Players will be treated to a free dinner with service from  2:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.  the first and second sessions and a special dessert during the break between the second and third sessions and at the conclusion a special salute to the end of 2013 with sparkling cider. Players should note that the snack bar will remain open all evening with full service.

Doors at the Vaca Valley Bingo hall will open for the New Year’s Eve session at 2:30 p.m. Prior to the session, players will enjoy lots of fun tab games with the big session starting at 5:00 p.m.

For more advance reservations information, contact hall managers Martha, Karen or Connie or call (707) 449-4646. More information is also available on the Internet at http://www.BingoGamingNews.com.

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Big Monday Night Madness session & car giveaway set at 777 Bingo Hall

VALLEJO—Mark your calendars right now for Monday, November 24th. The volunteers at the Monday night It Takes A Village Bingo at the 777 Bingo Hall have announced a very special Monday night session.

Ten regular games will pay out $500 and ten special games will pay out $1,000. The session will also feature a $1,500 U-Pick-It game. But that’s just not quite enough. Admission has been set at just $50.

One lucky player will drive home in a 2008 Dodge Magnum car. Drawing tickets can be purchase at any time between now and the drawing on November 24th. Tickets are $3 each or two for $5 and the winner must be present to accept this great prize. For more information on the Dodge Magnum drawing, players should call (415) 368-8301.

Players should also mark their calendars for Monday, November 3rd. A special payout of $9,500 has been announced for the evening session. Ten games will pay out $300 each and five games will pay out $1,000.

The 777 Bingo hall is a non smoking facility with charity bingo every night of the week. Players enjoy a great snack bar featuring hot dinner specials, snacks, desserts and sodas of all types. Players always enjoy free coffee. Fast Action Bingo is played is available prior to and after each regular bingo session. For more information, please call (707) 649-2909.

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$500 Early Bird payouts continue for the Holidays!

VACAVILLE—The volunteers at the popular Tuesday night Vacaville H.S. Music Boosters Bingo will continue the $500 payouts on four Early Bird games each evening through the end of the year!

The last month of the year will start off on December 2nd with all players receiving a free strip game that will pay out $1,000 to the winners. On December 9th, players who bingo on any number ending in a “5” will receive a $50 bonus. The Bonus payouts will occur on regular games only and multiple winners will divide the prize.

On Tuesday, December 16th, players will enjoy the popular In The Monitor night. Players with their bingo number appearing in the monitor at the time when a regular game bingo is verified, will receive a night of free bingo matching what they are playing.

On December 23rd, the volunteers will hold the 7 Days of Christmas drawings. There will be ten drawings for special Christmas presents.

The End of the Month drawings will be held on Tuesday, December 30th with regular E-O-M prizes of cash and free bingo.

The popular Trifecta game game pays out $750; $250, $250 and $250 to the winners. And don’t forget that the Bonanza game is always guaranteed to pay out $500 to the lucky winners.

The Vacaville H.S. Music Boosters Bingo volunteers have continued the Blind G-Ball free game with the jackpot currently sitting at $4,500 as we went to press.

Players can also join in each night and play the Bonus Ball game. For only $1, players get a chance to win $250 or the Baby Bonus Ball jackpot of a lesser amount.

Players also enjoy several games of Tic Tac, Buck-A-Roo and Grand Slam games that are played prior to and during each regular weekly session. Players may also join in and play the many Flashboard and popular $1,000 Grand Slam games at each session.

The Vaca Valley Bingo hall is located at 190 Bella Vista Road, at the East bound I-80 and Davis Street exit. The Vaca Valley Bingo hall features separate glass enclosed smoking and non smoking rooms and the full service snack bar. There is always free coffee for bingo players. A great snack bar is also open at 4:00 p.m. with hot dinner specials, side orders, desserts and soft drinks.

Doors open each Tuesday afternoon at 4 p.m. and the Early Birds start at 6:30 p.m. No electronic bingo machines are used a the Vaca Valley Bingo hall. For more information, call (707) 449-4646. More information is on the Internet at http://www.BingoGamingNews.com and now you can follow daily us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BingoGamingNews.

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Free drawing for progressive Super Jackpot at Bingo Emporium

      NAPA—The new Napa Bingo Emporium Super Jackpot drawing continues to grow each time not won. The jackpot is increased by $100 at each session played at the hall until it tops out at $10,000!

      The regular schedule of bingo includes four sessions played at the Napa Town & Country Bingo Emporium. Starting off each week on Sunday, The Vintage H.S. Music Boosters host an early evening session starting at 5:15 p.m. Doors open at 2 p.m. All regular games pay out $250 to the lucky winners.

      On Friday evenings the evening session is hosted by the Napa Valley Soccer Club and they kick things off at 6:45 p.m. with the early games. The $40 admission buy-in includes up to five 6-on paper game packs, specials and a fully loaded electronic bingo machine.

      Each week, players participate in a Come Back drawing for a minimum of $100. If not won the prize is rolled over to the following Sunday session. Admission tickets from the previous week’s session are used to select the winner. The regular full admission is $40 and includes all you can play up to five 6-on paper game packs with a fully loaded electronic bingo machine and special game paper. Players enjoy lots of flashboard games that pay out $200 up to $1,199.

      On Monday evenings the volunteers at the Napa Youth Sports Bingo organization staff the evening bingo session starting at 6:45 with the Warm-Up game. Players have a chance to win a big cash prize if their admission ticket is drawing for the Baseball Progressive. Players also enjoy the must go Soccer Ball Drawing with a top prize of $300.

      Admission is $40 for a complete buy-in that includes up to five 6-on paper game packs, a fully loaded electronic bingo machine and specials. Players can join in and play the Hot Ball game for just $1. The Hot Ball jackpot of up to $250 is won when a player bingos on the evenings designated Hot Ball number.

      On Saturdays, the Napa H.S. Band Boosters take over the Bingo Emporium opening the doors at 4:00 p.m. The Warm-up game is played starting at 6:15 p.m. All games with the exception of the Quickies, pay out $250 to the winners and there is lots of flashboard games played each Saturday evening.

      Regular admission is $40 and on the last Saturday of each month, players are given a $5 discount on the full admission package.

      The Town and Country Bingo Emporium features separate glass-enclosed smoking and non smoking rooms. Hot Ball games are played at all sessions and each session features a $100 Come Back drawing weekly. The snack bar is open during the session each week offering a limited menu including hot entrees, sandwiches and desserts. Free coffee is always available for bingo players. For more information call (707) 252-5420.

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Food drive at Tuesday and Thursday sessions at Vallejo's 777 Bingo

VALLEJO—Volunteers at the Tuesday evening Hand In Hand Bingo and the Thursday night Vallejo Babe Ruth Bingo, have joined together to help the Food For Less store in Vallejo collect non-perishable food items to provide the less fortunate citizens a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner.

Bingo players attending the Tuesday and Thursday night bingo session can also pitch in with a non-perishable food item donation. In return the bingo charity volunteers will give each player a special single face bingo card. A Food Donation game will be played for a $100 cash prize.

Both bingo sessions are played at the 777 Bingo hall located at 777 Serno Drive in Vallejo next door to the In Shape exercise facility. Doors open at 2:00 p.m. and bingo games begin at 7:00 p.m. at each regularly scheduled session.

Fast Action bingo is also available to play before and after each session of bingo. Players enjoy a great snack bar that offers a great selection of hot dinner specials, snacks, desserts and beverages. Free coffee is always available for 777 Bingo players.

Players should also make a note that the volunteers will be open for a regular session of bingo on Thanksgiving evening. The regular session features regular games paying out $300 each to the lucky winners. The “X” special pays out $300, $300 and $400 for all three X’s. The popular Qwik Pik and 4-5-6 special each pay out $400 to the winners and the 777 Special pays out $1,199. Players will also enjoy lots of flashboard games during the session.

The 777 Bingo hall is a non smoking facility with charity bingo every night of the week. Fast Action Bingo is played is available prior to and after each regular bingo session. For more information, please call (707) 649-2909.

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New Year’s Eve session set to go at Napa Bingo Emporium

      NAPA—It’s the best bingo night of the year. New Year’s Eve 2014 Bingo will be hosted by the volunteers from the Napa United Soccer Club. The volunteers will send 2014 on it’s way and welcome in 2015 at the Napa Town & Country Bingo Emporium on Wednesday, December 31st. The special 30-game session will feature lots of drawings for great prizes as well as three drawings for $200 cash each.

      Each regular session game will pay out $250 to the winners and everyone will be treated to a free dinner prior to the start of the session. Gifts and goodies will be handed out to players all during the session and there will be a Midnight Toast near the end of the evening. Doors at the Bingo Emporium will open up at 3:00 p.m. and the session will begin at 6:45 p.m.

      For New Years Eve, a single pack buy-in with specials is available for $31. The paper only all you can play up to five paper packs buy-in is set at $45; the Specials pack will be sold $12 and for those that want to go all the way, the Special New Years Eve Combo buy-in that will include a fully loaded electronic bingo machine, up to five six-on paper game packs and specials will be $60. Extra packs after the purchase of five packs will be $5 each.

      Players should make plans to arrive as early as possible as there are no advance ticket sales. All seating will be on a first come first seated with a paid admission; no seat saving will be allowed for the year-end session.

      Each week the Napa Town & Country Bingo Emporium hosts four sessions of bingo starting with the Napa Youth Sports Bingo on Monday starting at 6:45 P.M. On Friday evenings the Napa Valley Youth Soccer Bingo volunteers host their session starting with the Warmup game at 6:45 p.m. On Saturday evening, the Napa H.S. Band Boosters Bingo volunteers host their session starting at 6:15 p.m. and on Sunday, Vintage H.S. Music Boosters take over starting their session at 5:15 p.m.

      The Town and Country Bingo Emporium features separate glass-enclosed smoking and non smoking rooms. Hot Ball games are played at all sessions and each group features a $100 Come Back drawing weekly. The snack bar is open during the session each week offering a limited menu including hot entrees, sandwiches and desserts. Free coffee is always available for bingo players. For more information call (707) 252-5420.

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New chairman elected at River Rock Casino

GEYSERVILLE, CA.Reported in the PRESS DEMOCRAT. The Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians, which has seen a drastic decline in revenues from its River Rock Casino since a bigger, newer competitor opened near Rohnert Park, has chosen a new leader.

Harvey Hopkins, chairman of the Dry Creek tribe for the past 10 years, lost his bid for re-election over the weekend, coming in last to two other challengers.

The new chairman of the tribe is Chris Wright, 43, who is also the head of marketing for River Rock Casino near Geyserville. Preliminary results shared November 17th by two tribal members had Wright earning 41 percent of the vote to 35 percent for Salvina Norris, the vice chairwoman, and 24 percent for Hopkins.

The election came at a pivotal time for the 1,200-member tribe, which has seen its casino revenues cut in half since the Graton Resort and Casino opened in Rohnert Park a year ago about 30 miles south.

After its casino revenues plummeted, Dry Creek defaulted on more than $140 million owed to River Rock bondholders and also remains delinquent on a $3.5 million annual payment to Sonoma County to offset impacts from the gambling hall on a hill overlooking scenic Alexander Valley.

Elgin said Hopkins, 66, may have unfairly been blamed for River Rock’s troubles since Graton opened. But he added that “the voters were pretty adamant in their stand — they thought it was time for a change.”

 “Like anything else, who has the biggest family usually has the winner,” said Bob McKay, 71, a retired transportation planner and tribal member who traveled from his home in Yakima, Wash., to vote for Hopkins. But he also acknowledged “10 years of one person is a long time,” especially for younger tribal members attracted to new leadership.

Hopkins was credited with launching a new era of cooperation and communication with local officials when he was first elected in 2004, culminating with a $100 million revenue-sharing agreement the tribe struck with the county to offset casino expansion impacts. The amount was later reduced after Dry Creek’s plans to expand River Rock and build a hotel resort were put on hold.

Hopkins narrowly survived a recall attempt in 2010, after an election was invalidated in which 165 tribal members voted to oust him, with 85 opposed.

Cynthia Smith, a tribal member who voted for Hopkins, said the result might have been different if the race had been between two candidates instead of a three-way split.

She expects Wright will be more low-key than Hopkins but did not predict a wholesale change.

As a result of River Rock’s reversal of fortune, the approximate $600 monthly payments to tribal members were cut in half, and some education and housing assistance programs were curtailed or discontinued.

McKay, the tribal member who lives in Washington, said the casino is lucky to be able to pay its bills now. “The biggest problem with the casino is another casino hit the county. It’s closer and plusher and people are going to go there and there’s nothing we can do about it,” he said.

The election resulted in newcomers on a majority of the five-member board, where the terms are two years.

Norris, the vice chairwoman, will be replaced by Betty Arterberry, who formerly served on the board.

Tieraney Giron is the third new board member.

Marjie Rojas retained her seat as secretary/treasurer of the board; and Jim Silva also was returned to office.

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New Year’s Eve Extravaganza planned at 777 Bingo Hall

VALLEJO—It’s generally accepted that New Year’s Eve is the biggest and the best bingo night of the year. And that will be just the case a Vallejo’s 777 Bingo Hall. The volunteers will combine their efforts to present players with one of the best year-end sessions around.

Players will enjoy all regular games paying out $777 each to the lucky winners. Eight games will pay out $1,000 each and the three special 777 games will pay winners $1,000 each.

The Double Action games will pay out $500 on the first part and the full card second part will pay out $699! The Treasure Hunt game will pay out $1,000 to the winners and the Quick-Pick game payout has also been set at $1,000!

777 Bingo Hall New Years Eve players will be treated to a free dinner and lots of New Year’s Eve party favors including a special Goodie Bag filled with some great items. There will be lots of drawings for great gifts and free bingo prizes.

The admission buy-in has been set at $55 and seat reservations may be made by contacting Angie or Nancy at the bingo hall. The admission includes up to four 6-on paper game packs with extra packs available for $5 each.

The admission includes two of each Double Action game sheet, two Letter X specials, one 777 Game special and a fully loaded electronic bingo machine. Additional specials will be for sale on the floor during the evening and a few extra bingo machines will be available on a first come, first served basis.

The 777 Bingo Hall will open at 2:00 p.m. and the New Year’s Eve session will begin at 5:30 p.m. Players will enjoy Fast Action Bingo and other pre-session games prior to the start of the evening play. Fast Action Bingo will also be played for a short time after the conclusion of the New Year’s Eve Extravaganza session.

Regular session bingo is played each evening at the 777 Bingo Hall just behind the Wal-Mart store in Vallejo. Sessions start with the Early Bird games at 7:00 p.m. All regular games pay out $300 and the regular evening session admission buy-in is just $25.

On Monday, bingo is hosted by It Takes A Village Bingo volunteers. Tuesdays and Thursdays the Hand In Hand and Vallejo Babe Ruth Bingo volunteers host the sessions. On Wednesday and Friday evenings the Visions Achieve Extraordinary and One Day, One Meal, Every Child charities take over.

Saturday nights are hosted by the volunteers from the Jesse Bethel Band Boosters and Sunday evenings will find the Joshua Tree Foundation Bingo volunteers hard at work at the 777 Hall.

The 777 Bingo hall is a non smoking facility with charity bingo every night of the week. Players enjoy a great snack bar featuring hot dinner specials, snacks, desserts and sodas of all types. Players always enjoy free coffee. Fast Action Bingo is played is available prior to and after each regular bingo session. For more information, please call (707) 649-2909 and also see more information on the Internet at http://www.BingoGamingNews.com and now on Twitter at twiter.com/BingoGamingNews.

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Among proposals, Vallejo to consider four Indian casino four Mare Island

VALLEJO, CA.from the Vallejo Times Herald. In its effort to develop North Mare Island property, the city of Vallejo has received 11 proposals in November, from office parks to hotels to Indian gaming casinos, city officials said Thursday.

Four proposals involve industrial or office parks as envisioned in the city's existing plans for the former Naval shipyard property. Six propose a major destination with a hotel and convention center. Among those, four include an Indian gaming casino as part of their concept, City Manager Dan Keen said.

One proposal deals with rehabilitating military barracks and commercial buildings, Keen added.

Vallejo is seeking qualified developers for what it regards as the city's largest remaining development opportunity. The proposals were received during a "request for qualifications" process that started in July. The deadline for responses was Oct. 1st.

The council on Tuesday is set to discuss the schedule for reviewing submittals. No final action on the project concepts is expected.

The responses have not been made public. The city declined a Times-Herald public records request to view them, saying the information was part of a confidential, competitive process. However, should the process lead to actual development proposals, those would be disclosed, city officials said.

"Disclosure of competitive responses to the formal RFQ process would jeopardize the city's ability to negotiate for the most favorable terms for development of North Mare Island," Economic Development Manager Kathleen Diohep wrote. "The public interest in disclosure, on the other hand, is amply served by disclosure of the responses after negotiations are complete but before any development is approved by the City Council."

The city is in the process of vetting the parties' financial qualifications, Keen said, and evaluating how well the projects meet city goals.

With more than 150 acres available for development, the site in question is bounded by Highway 37, Azuar Street, G Street and the Mare Island Strait. The land is zoned for office, research and development, light industrial and commercial uses.

The city owns most of the property, with 30 acres remaining to be transferred from the Navy. Prior to transferring the land to the city, the Navy is responsible for cleaning up the soil for business park use.

According to standards set by the city, qualified developers must have a minimum of five years of experience in commercial real estate development or, if submitting as an anchor user, five years' operating history for the business. Successful completion of at least three development projects of similar size and scope also is required for consideration.

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Samoa Drag Strip damaged by thieves— charity seeks community support

EUREKA, CA.—Drag racers and their fans were dismayed to learn that thieves had removed wiring from conduits around the Samoa Drag Strip just north of Eureka. Danny Wright and his wife discovered the situation on a recent Saturday.

“That was our electric wire that went all the way to the end of the track to run our computer equipment, timing equipment and score boards,” Wright explained. The wire conduits stretch over a quarter mile. “We were out there yesterday getting an estimate,” he said. He believes the amount to replace the wire, conduit and piping plus labor will wipe out the $5000 seed money they had put by for next year.

“That is our startup money,” Wright worried. “It is either buy insurance for the track or replace the wire.”

“We're a non-profit so everyone is volunteers other than the ambulance,” Wright said. “It is something we just couldn't afford to have happen... . Something like this is devastating.”

Wright said that the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department will be contacting scrap yards to see if anybody has tried to sell a roll of electrical wire. “What little money [the thieves] are going to get turning that in for scrap doesn’t begin to cover the damage it does us,” he fumed.

“This is the community’s track,” he explained. "It is there to keep the streets safe. The operating costs are astronomical. If we can't keep the track open, there could be accidents... .  [We have a program that] allows all the kids to race for free. We have hundreds of street cars come in... . Since the inception of our drag racing program there hasn't been a death associated with two cars street racing during times of the year when the track is open.” 

Wright though believes that with community support the track will continue to operate. He believes that community members and businesses will assist the non-profit in getting the wire replaced while still being able to pay for their insurance. Over the years, he said, “Community has been so supportive. I can’t say enough.”

Wright said that when he learned that one of the girls who raced last year was crying because she feared that the Samoa Drag Strip would not open again next season, he was quick to reassure her that the community will come through.

Anyone wanting to donate money or other assistance can contact Wright at 707 845 5755 or P.O Box 1211, Eureka, CA 95502.

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