Skip Navigation

Cow Patty Bingo

Dear Cow Patty Supporter,


The fifth annual Cow Patty Bingo (CPB) event was a success by every measure.  It was a beautiful evening with fun, friends and lots of laughter!   Your generosity netted nearly $79,000 for the “Support a Shamrock” fund that provides tuition assistance for families in need.  The students, families and staff at Yuma Catholic are grateful for your generosity. 


We would like to thank our CPB Committee Members Bruce Williams, Ronnie McKay and Courtney Sellers!  They put together a fantastic night and sponsored the delicious barbecue.  Frank Rascon provided an assist with the tortillas.  Gratitude to Charlie Castaneda and his crew; Tim Reese, Kenny Hazlett and Austin Magdaleno who barbecued! Keithly Williams Seeds provided the frosty beer.  We appreciate their support and their crew; Mike Padilla, Brian Firestone and Darci Broom for setting up the steer pen and delivering tables and chairs! 


Bruce Williams of Amigo Farms was our top ticket seller helper again this year at 30 tickets!  Extra special thanks to Bruce! We appreciate the support as all 100 tickets sold again this year!   The winning square was #92 which was ticket # 52 purchased by Mark and Stacey Loghry.  This year, the steer took care of business quickly with the largest patty on the Loghry square.  The Chicken Bingo was great fun again this year along with some other gaming opportunities.  The winners for those four Chicken rounds were:  Becky Zeller, Mitch Ford, Teresa Fox and Keith & Kelly Boyd.  Thanks to the McKay family for providing the steer and chickens!


Thank you so much for being a part of the Yuma Catholic family.  We appreciate your support for this festive event!   Having a tuition assistance fund helps us support more families and keep enrollment strong and diverse.  Please join us next year on May 4, 2019.  We hope you will encourage your friends and colleagues when spring approaches and get in early as we will sell out! 


We thank you for your on-going support.


Warm regards,


Rhett Stalllworth                                                                      



Bobbi Ukura

Advancement Director