Casino Royale at Crown Isle for 4R’s Education Centre

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Are you looking for an evening of fun, laughter, food and prizes?

Get your tickets early for the third annual 4R’s Education (Soc.) Casino Royale charity gala!

Enjoy funny money casino games such as Blackjack, Texas Hold ‘Em, Roulette, and more.

Door prizes, a silent action, and a funny money auction will add to the fun.

Added to the excitement this year is a raffle of a gift card tree valued at $600. Full of gift cards to local businesses, this was donated by the Vancouver Island Business Co-operative (VIBC), a local business group that supports local business.

Tickets are only three for $5 and are available now. Winner will be drawn at the Casino Royale event.

Join in at Crown Isle on Saturday, Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m.

This charity gala supports 4R’s Education Centre (Soc.), a local non-profit group which has been providing one-on-one teaching to students since 1989.

Tickets are just $40 each and include $500 funny money and a tasty array of hors d’oeuvres. They are available from Benjamin Moore House of Color, Gone Hollywood Video, and the 4R’s office. Tickets purchased before Oct. 31 are eligible to be entered in a draw for an additional $500 of funny money.

Groups of 10 or more can get a discounted rate through the office (581 McPhee Ave).

Put on your fancies and join us for some great fun while supporting a wonderful cause. For more info, call 250-338-4890.

 

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