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Wednesday, September 10, 2008 • Posted September 10, 2008

Mason High School Varsity and JV cheerleaders are hosting a Bingo Night and Mexican Pile On this Saturday September 13th at the school cafeteria. Doors open at 5:-- pm. The meal will be served from 5-6, followed by the main event-BINGO! $15.00 admission includes the meal and 4 reusable bingo cards. Additional cards will be sold throughout the evening for $1.00 each, so you can play as many cards as you like at one time. Please note-$15.00 will be charged to play whether you come for the meal or not. There will be 20 or more rounds played, so everyone has a good chance of taking home a prize. But you can't win if you don't play, so come on out and support the girls who do so much to support our Punchers.

The girls have been very busy gathering prizes in Mason as well as Brady, Junction, and Fredericksburg. They are not allowed to offer cash prizes, but have collected LOTS of cool things for you to win. Many local businesses and restaurants have donated food, gift certificates, and beautiful items for this event, and we would like to thank them for their help with our efforts.

In addition to all of this, they will have a silent auction table set up with some extra special things for you to bid on, including jewelry from Willow Creek Designs. When you see the array thing "easy Christmas presents".

One thing most people don't know about cheerleading is that it is the only activity at school that is financed solely by community fund-raising. The squads pay for EVERYTHING they need except the bus ride to the games. This includes the paper, paint, and other supplies used to make hall and run through signs. They work hard to encourage school spirit, and cheer our teams on no matter what the final score. We ask that you now support our girls and come out for a good time with family and friends!

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