High school seniors in Christian County are raising money for this year’s Project Graduation the same way it’s been done for over a decade—cow pasture bingo tickets.
Tickets are five dollars each and supporter get a chance to win a thousand dollars if the cow “makes its mark” on his or her purchased bingo number.
This year’s cow will choose the winner April 28th at 10am on State Senator Joey Pendleton’s farm, according to volunteer Debbie Pryor, who appeared on the Lite 98.7 Early Bird Show.
While buying bingo tickets is always appreciated, Ms. Pryor says cash donations are also much appreciated.
Project Graduation an all-night-long alcohol and drug free event held after the public schools graduate each year. Once again, anyone wanting to make a cash donation can mail it to P.O. Box 291, Hopkinsville Ky. 42241.