Black Tie Bingo: Doing Good by Having Fun!

Another sold-out Black Tie Bingo at the Duxbury Council on Aging drew people from around the community. Bingo boards and dabbers were passed out. Balloons and favors decorated the senior center. Friends and colleagues gathered for a worthy cause.

Welch Senior Living and The Village at Duxbury were pleased to once again sponsor Black Tie Bingo, an evening of fun orchestrated by the Duxbury Council on Aging and the Duxbury Interfaith Council to raise much-needed funds for fuel assistance, which is distributed to neighbors in need.

Lynda Chuckran, director of community relations for Welch Senior Living, gets ready to call out numbers during Black Tie Bingo.
Registration Table volunteers for the Bingo night included Laura Neprud (left) and Stephanie Wooley (right). Both volunteer with the Duxbury Council on Aging and the Duxbury Interfaith Council.
​Allerton House at Duxbury Sales Manager Susie Gillis (far left) and Welch Senior Living Director of Community Relations Lynda Chuckran (far right), join members of the Duxbury Council on Aging for a photograph, including Chris Coakley, Duxbury COA volunteer manager; Joanne Moore, director of the Duxbury COA; and Kay Drake, a member of the Duxbury COA Board and a member of the Duxbury Interfaith Council.
Taking a moment before Bingo begins are (left to right) Event Co-chair Patti Ryan, corporate gifts and community relations officer at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth; Susie Gillis, sales manager, Allerton House at Duxbury; Lynda Chuckran, director of community relations, Welch Senior Living; and Event Co-chair Ninky Savage, from the activities department at The Village at Duxbury.