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Bingo Halls in Detroit, MI
1.Knights Of Columbus
24900 Brest13.73 mi Taylor, MI Bingo HallsFraternal OrganizationsWedding Reception Locations & ServicesBanquet Halls & Reception Facilities
2.Taylortown Bingo Hall
22545 Ecorse Rd11.50 mi Taylor, MI Bingo Halls
3897 Fort St11.55 mi Wyandotte, MI Bingo HallsBanquet Halls & Reception Facilities
4.The Fusion Method
316 E Farnum Ave12.14 mi Royal Oak, MI Bingo Halls
5.Democratic Club Of Taylor Inc
23400 Wick Rd12.28 mi Taylor, MI Bingo HallsPrivate ClubsSocial Service Organizations
6.Cherry Hill Bingo
30225 Cherry Hill Rd14.38 mi Inkster, MI Bingo Halls
7.Wolverine Sports And Conservation Hall
27531 Grand River St15.30 mi Livonia, MI Bingo HallsBanquet Halls & Reception FacilitiesHalls, Auditoriums & Ballrooms
Wolverine Sports and Conservation Club was formed in March, 2004, and is a non-profit, tax exempt 501 (c) 3 charitable organization. No members, directly or indirectly, benefit from the profits of the organization. The organization was formed with the following mission: To promote leadership skills and good citizenship in the general public through community-centered sports programming. To combat community deterioration and juvenile delinquency. To educate the public of the benefits of natural resource conservation and environmental protection and enhancement.
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