Cedarville Senior Center will have Bingo at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, to raise money for building maintenance and repairs.

Bingo play will start at 10:30 a.m. and last "until we run out of prizes," said Angie Stout, Cedarville Senior Center site director. "We have tons of prizes."

Players must pay $5 for their first Bingo card, and $2 for each additional card, Stout said. A player can join any time while the game is going on, she said.

The senior center can seat about 100 people, she said.

Winners for regular games will be given a choice of prizes, while bigger prizes will be reserved for "coverall" rounds, in which the winner must cover their entire card, she said.

Prizes that will be given out include restaurant coupons, pocket knives, jewelry, hats, kitchen and decorative items, Stout said. There is no limit to how many times a player can win.

All money from the games and concession stands selling food and drinks will go toward the maintenance fund, Stout said.

"Our building is an older building, so the money will go for roof repair and maintenance because we are on our own for that; we don’t get any funding for that," Stout said.

The senior center also is bringing back its Sunday plate dinners, which have been on hold during the winter months, Stout said.

Dinners will be held 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, March 9, and Sunday, April 15, Stout said. The $6 plate dinners include a full meal and homemade pie, she said.

"Of course, everyone in our community knows about [the dinners] because they’ve been begging us to bring them back," Stout said.

Money from the dinners also goes toward maintenance, she said. Stout is hoping to raise at least $500 from each event, she said.