Join Region 2 TONIGHT (Saturday, February 9) at St. Paul UCC in Columbia for BUNCO Night. The event supports DuBois Center and Kindercottage.
Bunco is an exciting dice game that is easy to learn. Children as young as 10 or 11 can be successful and have fun, so make sure to bring the whole family! Doors open at 6:30 pm and play begins at 7 pm. Cost to play is just $10 per person and a silent auction and 50/50 raffle will also be available. All proceeds benefit DuBois Center and our mission.
This year, Bunco Night is again being paired with an effort to “Fill the Cupboard” at Kindercottage. By February, the major food collection holidays are a distant memory and cupboards need restocking – so make sure to bring non-perishable food items to donate to the cause.
Help spread the word – invite everyone you know! Check out this flyer for more details.
All are invited to join Region 2 for an evening of fun and fellowship on Saturday, February 9! Gather the family, some friends, or your youth group for Bunco Night and help raise funds for DuBois Center.
This entertaining, somewhat frenzied dice game is so easy to learn, so anyone can play! The doors at St. Paul UCC in Columbia will open at 6:30 pm, and the game will begin at 7 pm. The cost to play is just $10 per person and there will also be a 50/50 drawing and a silent auction.
Funds raised go to support ministry at DuBois Center. In addition, nutritious, non-perishable food items will be collected for Kindercottage. Save the date and spread the word! Click here for a flyer to share.
This beautiful quilt was delivered to DuBois Center in 2017 for a raffle to support DuBois Center. However, we had enough quilts that year and wanted to save it for Fall Festival in 2018. We want to give the appropriate credit to the donor, but no name was included with the creation when it was delivered and the staff cannot recall exactly who donated it. It was safely stored in the office, but now we’d like to give credit where credit is due. We are preparing the posters and publicity for the 3 quilts donated in the this year’s drawings (more information coming soon). If you can solve the mystery of the brown quilt, please contact Norma Borgmann at 618-533-1658 or 618-292-4617 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your help in finding “Who Done It?”