CLARK—Pat Yanusz never lost faith. Throughout the years, the Clark resident was a winner of a number of Bingo events held at Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah. Yanusz thought her weekdays would never be the same when a year ago the synagogue decided to suspend its weekly Bingo Night.
A year later, things are different. Beginning 7 p.m. each consecutive Wednesday evening from Oct. 14 through Nov. 18, Bingo will be back at the synagogue, located at 111 Valley Road, Clark. With a small admission fee of $2, and with food and refreshments to help build energy, the game boasts a weekly payout of $1,000 per night.
Temple Ways and Means co-chair Dan Schifrin and Fern Cammy invite the public to join in the weekly event. Says Schifrin, “We seek to provide fun services to bingo-thrill seekers, the general public, and of course to our congregants. Bingo is merely a glimpse of what we have to offer at the temple”.
Yanusz insists it is more than the game that brings her back each week. “Bingo at Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah is a bingo that will make you feel at home,” she said.
Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, and continues to be an anchor for the Jewish community. In addition to bingo, the temple has an upcoming concert in early December featuring Naomi Miller, and other events.
For more information on bingo and other Beth O’r/Beth Torah events, call the synagogue office at 1-732-381-8403 or visit www.bethorbethtorah.org.
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