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PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDCindy Borger, Relay for Life chairwoman from Cedar Lutheran Church, calls bingo March 4 in the church social hall. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDCindy Borger, Relay for Life chairwoman from Cedar Lutheran Church, calls bingo March 4 in the church social hall. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Joyce Ruch of Cetronia enjoys bingo time at Cedar Lutheran Church, Cetronia. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Joyce Ruch of Cetronia enjoys bingo time at Cedar Lutheran Church, Cetronia. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Linda Scherer confirms Carol Weisberg’s winning numbers. Weisberg considers herself an ABP ... avid bingo player. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Linda Scherer confirms Carol Weisberg’s winning numbers. Weisberg considers herself an ABP ... avid bingo player. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Cetronia’s Marion Bastian concentrates on her numbers at the Relay for Life Team fundraising bingo at Cedar Lutheran Church, Cetronia. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Cetronia’s Marion Bastian concentrates on her numbers at the Relay for Life Team fundraising bingo at Cedar Lutheran Church, Cetronia. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
South Whitehall residents Doris Dorsey and Sylvia Hajewski choose their winnings. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography South Whitehall residents Doris Dorsey and Sylvia Hajewski choose their winnings. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Diane Weil, of South Whitehall has made her choice. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Diane Weil, of South Whitehall has made her choice. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography

Cedar Lutheran hosts fundraiser

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

The Relay for Life Team from Cedar Lutheran Church, Cetronia, recently sponsored a fundraising bingo.

The church social room was filled with both avid bingo players, as well as some new to the game.

After all the games were finished and totals counted, the team realized a profit of more than $1,200 which will go to support Relay for Life events in the Lehigh Valley.