A local Jewish organization will host a special Bingo night event in October to raise money to fight cancer.

Hadassah Greater Atlanta will host the event, taking place virtually due to the pandemic, to benefit Awareness and funds for Research and Treatment (ART) of breast and ovarian cancers.

Hadassah Greater Atlanta is a Dunwoody-based nonprofit that raises funds for its projects in Israel and the United States and promotes issues of women’s health and family well-being.

A virtual Bingo game will be held via Zoom Oct. Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. The cost is $10 for one virtual Bingo card, : $10; $18 for three and $25 for five. For more information or to register, visit hadassahhub.wufoo.com/forms/bingo-for-best-strokes. Questions can be emailed to Terry Nordin at terrynordin@comcast.net.

The organization was also going to host Yoga, Girl, a series of yoga classes hosted via Zoom and led by Tzipporah Gerson-Miller, but they have since been cancelled.

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