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If you are interested in raising funds through future bottle drives, you are invited to help organize events.
Help support our region and offset your baton costs by working bingo's for the region. Funds raised help support athletes in the region through gym funding subsidies, coaches training and athlete funding for those attending ABTA camps, Provincials and Nationals.
Credits can be earned through working bingos for Central Region. Receipts must be submitted to receive credits. Eligible receipts include Competition entry fees, 1/2 of hotel costs, travel costs (gas) and food for the athlete. Please make sure you have itemized receipts and ensure that only expenses for athletes are listed (no alcohol). If you are submitting receipts to ABTA for funding, please ensure that you are not using the same receipts. - For more details, see buttons below
Workers are reminded that they need to show up for any shifts that they sign up for or they will be charged a $100 fine. Workers are expected to stay until the end of the bingo and help with other duties once they have finished their ticket sales. No one working can be drinking alcohol or gambling. - For more details, see buttons below.
2019/20 Bingo Sign Up:
To be eligible for CR funding for the 2019/20 season, families of each athlete need to work bingos as follows:
First Quarter: Fall Camp, 2 bingos = $150 funding
Second Quarter: Pan-Pacific or Team Trials, 2 bingos = $150 funding
Third Quarter: Provincials, 2 bingos = $150 funding
Fourth Quarter: Nationals/Worlds, 2 bingos = $150 funding
Sign up will be limited to two shifts per quarter per athlete. Priority will be given to those who intend to take the funding for that quarter. If events are not full, a note will be sent out at least one week in advance. At that time, the limit will be removed and anyone can sign up. Extra bingos will be paid out (with appropriate receipts) at a value of $75/shift. ASHT encourages all families of competitive athletes to work a minimum of 2 shifts to help support Central Region.