If you have an opinion either way on whether the number of Bingo cards in electronic Bingo daubers should be increased from 66 to 144, then Vancouver will be the place the place to be next week.
That’s when the Washington State Gambling Commission will conduct its next meeting – on August 11 and 12 – at the Vancouver Heathman Lodge, 7801 Greenwood Dr.
Along with daubers, the commission will hear presentations concerning or discuss tribal gaming, linking progressive jackpots between various house-banked card rooms, the reduction of fees for charitable licenses and details concerning the manufacture of pull-tabs.
At the close of each day’s session, the commission will welcome public comment.
For a full agenda, visit www.wsgc.wa.gov/agendas/august.asp.