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Article published on 22 December 2016
last modification on 11 January 2022
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The winning magnet number for January is 1544 and it has been claimed !

 Weekly Bingo

Our weekly bingo is scheduled every Monday at 7 pm. You must be 18 years old or older to play CHIP radio bingo.

3 games are played as followed:

- regular bingo for $200.00 (2 lines or one line and the four corners)
- BNO for $300.00
- Full card for $1,000.00
- cost ; $6 per card

GOOD LUCK TO ALL!

 MEGA Bingo -

- Played at 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month
The next MEGA Bingo will be February 1st at 7 p.m.

- 9 games
- $5 000.00 in total prize money!!
- cost ; Booklet at $30 or $20

 Bingo card distributors

 Chapeau

  • Conroys’s Grocery
    819-689-2281
  • D.C.
    819-689-2068

 Iles-aux-Allumettes

  • Magasin Dubeau
    819-689-5212

 Waltham

  • Waltham Groceries
    819-689-2258

 Mansfield

  • Métro
    819-683-2740
  • Beau-Soir
    819-683-2982
  • Méga Dollar
    819-683-3446
  • La Station Mansfield (Stinson)
    819-683-1746

 Campbell’s Bay

  • Langford Groceries
    819-648-2940

 Otter Lake

  • Centre de l’artisanat
    819-453-7378
  • Beauchamp Service
    819-453-7600
  • Coin du Picanoc
    819-453-7358

 Shawville

  • Value-Mart
    819-647-2293
  • Rhonda’s
    819-647-3632
  • Langford Groceries
    819-647-2293
  • JJ’s Groceries
    819-647-2430
  • Familiprix Marc Aufranc
    819-717-1710

 Quyon

  • Dépanneur Marcotte
    819-458—2231

 Luskville

  • Dépanneur Pontiac
    819-455-9605
  • Dépanneur général de Luskville
    819-455-2222

 Bryson

  • Vétéran Ultramar
    819-647-3441
  • Marché Bryson
    819-648-2012

 Ile-du-Grand-Calumet

  • Dépanneur Bérard
    819-648-2305

 Fort-Coulonge

  • Marché Bowers
    819-683-1517
  • Dépanneur de la Principale
    819-683-2585

 Lac-des-Loups

  • Dépanneur Beausoleil
    819-456-2893

 Portage-du-Fort

  • Dépanneur Thompson
    819-647-3222

 Rapides-des-Joachims

  • Dépanneur Lance
    613-586-2692

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