Cowchip Bingo Helps to Close Out Heritage Days

(Steven McDole)

Raisa, a yearling cow, was the star of this Philipsburg’s Heritage Days’ Cowchip Bingo.

Raisa, owned by Gretchen Little, is part of Dreamguest Dairy in Bellfonte.  For the first time in a few years a relative local was the source of the cow.  Gretchen’s father, Chris Little, is a Philipsburg native.

Four hundred tickets were sold this year at $5 a piece.  Of the revenue, $300 will go to the winner with the rest split between the Philipsburg YMCA’s arts program and Heritage Days.  This is the YMCA’s second year operating the event.

“We had a lot of support from the community, which we are grateful for,” said Darla Karimushan.

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