VIEW PHOTOS | PALS ‘Fetish & Fantasy’ Bingo @ Jungle
Pets Are Loving Support’s monthly Bingo game at Jungle caught the attention of the usual enthusiasts as well as a distinctly leather faction for November’s theme, PALS Fetish & Fantasy Bingo.
Each month, PALS hosts the largest gay Bingo game in the Southeast to raise money for its efforts to help critically ill people keep and care for their pets. Their motto, “Help a friend keep a friend” is not only heartwarming, but at Bingo each month, fun too.
With themes from “Red Hat” to “Married With Children,” and “Jocks & Jills” to “Luau” and beyond, PALS Bingo is always a sure bet to put the fun in fundraising for the organization.
“Fetish & Fantasy” Bingo on Nov. 10 proved no exception. Host Bubba D. Licious and November’s co-emcee Jen Peer Rich (top photo, r-l) called the balls with special intermission performances by Nicole Paige Brooks and Jasmine Antionette.
As always, cash prizes were awarded in the seven rounds of Bingo, plus special prizes went out for first and second in the costume contest for those who dressed the theme.
Next up is PALS “Hard Candy Christmas” Bingo on Dec. 8.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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