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Photo courtesy of Stefano Ientile
Photo courtesy of Stefano Ientile
A scene from last year's "Radio Bingo" at Xaverian High School.

The Xaverian High School Key Club will host another round of “Radio Bingo” on Friday, March 23.

The event – described by organizers as “Name That Tune” meets “Bingo” – costs $30 to attend and will include raffles and prizes. Proceeds will benefit the Xaverian Key Club and Clipper Funds, the Minor Seminary of Kinzaforbi and Frankie’s Mission Pediatric Trauma Center, among others.

“Last year’s Radio Bingo was a big success,” said Key Club President Stefano Ientile, “So we are expecting an even bigger crowd this year. Everyone has a lot of fun.”

Music will be provided by DJs@Work.

Guests may bring their own refreshments with additional snacks, soda, coffee and tea available for purchase. The event is adults-only and guests must be at least 21 years of age to attend.

To purchase tickets, contact Ms. Marianne Teta at 718-836-7100 Ext. 851 or e-mail mteta@xaverian.org.

The event will take place at 7 p.m. at the high school, located at 7100 Shore Road.

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