Leger said the bash was a way to get all the area seniors to come together and meet each other.The bingo and door prize winners received prizes from local restaurants and businesses such as The Diner, Best Little Hair House, The Pink Poodle, Mafooski's and others. Local hospices, such as Gentiva, Covenant and Wiregrass Hospice, provided prizes, refreshments and help during the bash."I was overwhelmed by the response," Leger said.The Daleville High School JROTC also volunteered to help during the event.She said that she hopes the event will grow in the future."I would love to make this a yearly event," Leger said. "That way they can branch out, and others can see what we're all about."
Homer Andrews, left, a member of the Newton Senior Center, won a prize during the Daleville Senior Center's Bingo Bash on Sept. 23, which was also his 91st birthday. Junior Miss Daleville Myrtle Lister and Newton Senior Center Member Sarah Pipianni congratulated him on winning his prize.