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Support Public Education at This Casino & Club Night Benefit
Love casino games? Dancing? Believe strong public education matters? Then join us on May 11 for a special Casino & Club Night benefit, where you’ll have a chance to win big for local public schools.
The evening will include:
– Amateur poker tournament
– Casino games like blackjack and craps
– Live DJ and a dance floor
– Full open bar
– Fabulous prizes, like a luxury stay in a hotel
Whether you boogie the night away or go all in at the poker tournament, proceeds from the event will go toward the San Francisco Education Fund’s programs in San Francisco public schools.
You’ll also have an opportunity to win $10,000 for the San Francisco school of your choice as part of a special team challenge. You and up to seven other teammates can win by racking up the most chips at blackjack or craps tables or by getting to the final rounds of the poker tournament. Be sure you and your team buy your tickets so you can compete to win big for your school!
Early-bird tickets are on sale now while supplies last.
Casino & Club Night
Thursday, May 11
601 19th St,
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