Cyber Sluts on the Move 

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Thank you for writing about the Cyber Sluts’ monthly bingo and fundraiser for charities [“Griddy Little Town,” January 2011, City Guide]. There are just a couple things I would like to correct.

The members of Utah Cyber Sluts decide on our charities in December. We designate our money go to non-LGBT nonprofit organizations such as No More Homeless Pets, Utah Humane Society of Utah, South Valley Sanctuary, People Helping People, as well as the heart association, the lupus foundation and numerous other charities.

In January, we moved from the Columbus Center to a larger venue that also charges us less money for rental of space—so we’re able to hand more money back to our charities. We are now located at the South Salt Lake Eagles, 1104 W. 2100 South. There is a bar on the premises, people can still bring their kids to the bingo, and we still say, “This is not church bingo.”

It is still held on the second Friday of the month from 7-9 p.m.; doors open at 6:15 p.m. (we do not reserve seats). Please come out and see our new venue. We also have a new Website: It is a work in progress, but we are updating and adding things as fast as we can.

Again, thank you for the write up!

Fonda Dixx
Madame 8
Utah Cyber Sluts

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