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Rotary Club of Oxford

10/08/2014 02:25AM ● By Lev

The Rotary Club of Oxford will hold its third annual Casino Night on Saturday, October 25 from 7 to 11 p.m. in The Pavilion at Ware Presbyterian Village, 7 E. Locust Street, Oxford. Pictured from left are President Marilyn Knaub, M.D., club members Ira Binder and Dr. Ray Fischer and Casino Night co-chairs Tracie Eller and Doug Compher.

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September 26, 2014

 

Art Salatto, 610-932-6609   

 

OXFORD ROTARY CLUB TO HOLD THIRD ANNUAL CASINO NIGHT

 

The Rotary Club of Oxford will hold its third annual Casino Night on Saturday, October 25 from 7 to 11 p.m. in The Pavilion at Ware Presbyterian Village, 7 E. Locust Street, Oxford.

 

The evening will feature poker, blackjack, craps and roulette, with attendees exchanging casino chips for prizes. Live music will be provided by John Fazio and Charity Nagel.

 

A silent auction will feature several items including a one-week beach house stay, a weekend in Washington, D.C., a six-month YMCA membership and a handmade wall hanging with frame. Door prizes include a $20 gift card from the Octoraro Hotel, a Herr Foods gift tin and an item by Eldreth Pottery.

 

Tickets are $40 and include $500 in casino chips and a variety of finger foods, with a cash bar available. Proceeds will benefit the Oxford Public Library Building Fund.

 

Order tickets by e-mail at oxcasinonight@gmail.com or by calling 610-960-5906. Tickets are also available from any Oxford Rotary Club member.

 

Guests are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy for the Children’s Christmas Room at Oxford Neighborhood Services Center. Those donating a toy will receive extra casino chips for the evening.

 

The Oxford Rotary Club Casino Night is generously sponsored by Keystone Animal Hospital, Sun East Federal Credit Union, Coatesville Savings Bank, James Clark & Associates, Dolinger Electric and Nutra–Soils, Inc.

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