Casino Night Is Back, September 21
ECAR’s Realtor® Outreach Committee and the Building Industry Association (BIA) of Okaloosa and Walton County present the 3rd Annual Casino Night Fundraiser, Friday September 21 at the Elks Lodge on Okaloosa Island. Proceeds benefit Shelter House, Silent Angels, and the William R. McClarrie Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Casino Night is an event where people can come together to play games commonly found in casinos in Las Vegas or Biloxi but without wagering any money. Guests arrive at Casino Night to find a variety of casino games availables (Black Jack, Texas Hold ‘Em, and more).
Guests are given $10,000 in chips (no cash value) to try and break the bank at your favorite gaming table. At the end of the evening, guests will be able to win great prizes based on the amount of chips you’ve won!
Advanced tickets are $40; $50 at the door. Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served and the first drink is on the house. Cocktails and doors open at 5:30 p.m. Gaming begins at 6:00 p.m. Tables close at 8:30 p.m. and the prize raffle begins! Come out for Casino Night at the Elks Lodge on Friday, September 21.
Contact Michaela at email@example.com or 850-243-6145 for more information.
The mission of Shelter House is to support victims of domestic violence by providing shelter, intervention, and primary programs to the community through education, awareness, and advocacy.
Silent Angels is a charitable organization composed of Realtors® for the purpose of providing funds, supplies, and services to individuals who are making a determined effort yet are financially needy or otherwise distressed. Reaching out and helping people in dire need. That’s what Silent Angels is all about. It’s also about bringing joy, touching hearts, and improving lives.
Each year, the BIA gives scholarships in memory of 1995 Association President William “Mac” McClarrie. Those $1000 grants are given to college and college-bound students to help offset the costs of education at any chosen institution. Priority is given to students taking courses associated with the construction industry.