Pinball machines are making a comeback. And now they’re making their way into hospitals thanks to a charity dedicated to helping ease the stress of young patients undergoing treatment.
There were some great games of pinball for a cause at Appalachian Pinball Museum over the weekend.
Unlimited pinball for $20 and it all goes to raise money for a more dementia-friendly community.
A fundraiser for Dementia Friends Indiana at Books and Brews will let you test your skills on 17 personally owned pinball machines.
Silverball Museum Keeps Delray Volunteer’s Wish Of Gifting Pinball Machine To Her Son – Delray Newspaperhttp://delraynewspaper.com/silverball-museum-keeps-delray-volunteers-wish-of-gifting-pinball-machine-to-her-son-27560Staff report Denna Gerretson Chapman was a Delray native, longtime volunteer and mother of five. She passed away not too long after she found out she was the winner of the annual Silverball Museum Holiday […]
Pinball tournament raising money for PUSH Buffalo with a day filled with pinball playing, beer and charity was held Saturday at Community Beer Works.