HAT's Music Bingo @ the Fernwood Inn!
- Created: Tuesday, 10 March 2020 14:35
What a hugely successful and fun evening we all had for our FIRST EVER music bingo at the Fernwood Inn.
A sold out event, last Wednesday evening (4 March) HAT and members of the conservation community came out in force to support conservation on southern Vancouver Island and the southern Gulf Islands, and with everyone having been so excited and full of energy, don’t be surprised if we do it again before the year is out!
The master DJ-ing from a music bingo pro, Scott, had the whole room at the Fernwood Inn dancing and singing along to the tunes, making it a great chance for all of us to get to know each other a little better, and to give the community and HAT staff another chance to be together with a great energy!
How lucky are we that we have such fabulous support from everyone who attended and also from our wonderful sponsors?
We would love to send our gratitude to our sponsors, many who offered some fantastic prizes to make the bingo a little more interesting. Special thanks to: Il Terazzo Ristorante, Il Covo Trattoria, Phillips Brewing & Malting Co., Fernwood Coffee Company, Wildfire Bakery, and the Bateman Foundation Gallery of Nature. This event truly wouldn’t have been as special without your support.
Congratulations to the many winners!!
The pictures tell it all.
Of course we have to thank Mike from the Fernwood Inn for donating the space for the event! Thanks also to Scott our DJ for making it such a fun evening and Sean Gorman for connecting us with Scott. Thanks also to the great Fernwood Inn staff who seemed to be having as much fun as the players.
The money that we made from this fundraiser will stay in the community and go towards our ongoing efforts to support the environmental initiatives we have been developing over the past few years.
Finally, an extra-special Thank You to Lee Colwill for all your work organizing this event and communicating with sponsors. It really couldn’t have happened without you!
Members of the HAT Staff with event organizer Lee Colwill