THE BONANZA BONUS ROLLS OVER FROM THE AFTERNOON TO EVENING EVENTS STARTING AT 48 NUMBERS
$175.00 IS ADDED TO THE POT AT EVERY ELIGIBLE EVENT.
THE AMOUNT OF NUMBERS TO WIN THE BONUS PRIZE WILL INCREASE BY 1 NUMBER FOR EVERY $3500.00 ADDED TO THE POT
TUESDAY & THURSDAY
FREE PIZZA DAY, 1 DOOR PRIZE WINNER FROM BOTH EVENTS RECEIVES A COUPON FOR A FREE PIZZA FROM OUR 5 STAR CONCESSION
GUARANTEED BONANZA'S AT EVERY EVENT
The Quickie game is a rapid call blackout played on a $1.00 single card.
Numbers are called at 4 seconds a ball with a progressive pot starting at 48 numbers or less.
For every $1000.00 accumulated a number will be added to the amount of numbers needed to win the pot.
The pot caps at $5000.00 and stays at 53 numbers until the backup pot reaches $2500.00 then the amount of numbers needed to win will increase by 1 number every week on the day of the week the backup pot reached $2500,00.
Once the backup pot reaches $5000.00, a playoff will be scheduled within 14 days.
The Complete Sandwich pot is played on page 1 of the regular program starting at 34 numbers or less.
Once the pot has capped at $5000.00 a playoff will be scheduled within 14 days with the amount of numbers needed to win the pot increasing by 1 number every 3 days until the playoff.
(Playoffs will be canceled if the pot is won before the scheduled playoff)
COVID 19 – Coronavirus
While there have been no reported cases of the COVID-19 at Five Star Bingo to date, after careful reviewing of the guidelines from Alberta Health Services, and in the best interest of our customers, volunteers and staff, we are proceeding with the closure of Five Star Bingo effective Tuesday March 17 and will be re-opening at a later date.
There will be more information forthcoming as we re-evaluate the situation on a day to day basis and hope to welcome all customers, volunteers and staff back to the Five Star Bingo.
We hope everyone stays safe and well during this difficult time.
Executive & Management of the Five Star Bingo
All pots are suspended and The Even Bettor Playoff has been postponed.
An updated Playoff date will be announced once The Alberta government allows us to resume our services.
Please watch our website for ongoing updates.
FIVE STAR NEWS
What is COVID19?
Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that can cause illnesses such as the common cold, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). In 2019, a new coronavirus was identified as the cause of a disease outbreak in China.
The virus is now known as the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease it causes is called coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Signs and symptoms of COVID-19 may appear two to 14 days after exposure and can include:
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
The severity of COVID-19 symptoms can range from very mild to severe. People who are older or have existing medical conditions, such as heart disease, may be at higher risk of serious illness. This is similar to what is seen with other respiratory illnesses, such as influenza.
Although there is no vaccine available to prevent infection with the new coronavirus, you can take steps to reduce your risk of infection. WHO and CDC recommend following the standard precautions for avoiding respiratory viruses:
Wash your hands often with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth if your hands aren't clean.
Avoid close contact with anyone who is sick.
Avoid sharing dishes, glasses, bedding and other household items if you're sick.
Clean and disinfect surfaces you often touch.
Stay home from work, school and public areas if you're sick.
CDC doesn't recommend that healthy people wear a face mask to protect themselves from respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19. Only wear a mask if a health care provider tells you to do so.
Risk factors for COVID-19 appear to include:
Recent travel from or residence in an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19 as determined by CDC or WHO
Close contact with someone who has COVID-19 — such as when a family member or health care worker takes care of an infected person.
(Information provided by The Mayo clinic website)