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Cambridge Bingo and Gaming Centre Helps Charities Like Us!
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Thursday, June 10, 2021
Throughout this challenging COVID time Cambridge Gaming has continued to support our roadrunner girls with $106K in funding since 2013.  This funding has helped to keep our registration costs low and helped us to purchase much needed equipment for our girls.   Although the centre is currently closed due to COVID they continue to raise funds for the roadrunners and other community organizations. 

Check out the new website www.cgcgood.com to learn more about how charitable gaming at the Cambridge Bingo and Gaming Centre helps charities like us.  

You can find the link to Cambridge Gaming on the roadrunners website at:https://cambridgeroadrunners.com/  or contact Cambridge Gaming directly at www.cgcgood.com or 519-623-5517.  

Let’s continue to support Cambridge Gaming!  


Thank you to the @Cambridge Bingo and Gaming Centre for your ongoing support!!
  

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