Players could win $1,000 in cash if Molly drops her chips on their Bingo card numbers.
Cow-A-Bunga Bingo will be held on Saturday, October 6 at Farmville United Methodist Church, 4921 Fairmount Hwy SE, Calhoun.
Proceedings get underway at 11 a.m. Tickets are now on sale at www.ActionMinistries.com and in-person at North Georgia National Bank, Farmville United Methodist Church, First United Methodist Church and the Jannan School.
According to event organizers, only 1,500 raffle tickets (grid squares) will be sold with each ticket number randomly assigned a square on the grid.
At the designated start time, one cow will be led into the grid area by an appropriate handler and set free to roam within the area until a cow pie is placed on a grid or the one hour time allotment has expired.
Upon completion of a cow pie, or one hour time allotment, the cow will be escorted out of the area by the handler and the independent judges will determine the results.
Proceeds will help Action Ministries to provide housing, case management, transportation, child care and health services to homeless families in the Calhoun community.
“Action Ministries Housing provides innovative solutions that help people transform their lives and you can certainly say Cow-a-Bunga Bingo is an innovative idea,” said the Rev. Jannan Thomas, executive director of Action Ministries Housing. “We hope the Calhoun community will catch the Cow-a-Bunga spirit and have a great time supporting Action Ministries Housing.”