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GV Rotary’s ‘Casino Night’ is Saturday

A great turnout at last year's "Casino Night" run by Grass Valley Rotary. This year's event will be Saturday at Foothills Event Center in Grass Valley.
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The Grass Valley Rotary Club will host their 25th Annual Casino Night from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Saturday at The Foothills Event Center, 400 Idaho Maryland Road in Grass Valley.

Guests are encouraged to beat the Rotarian dealers at blackjack, craps and poker.

There will be a silent auction for over $20,000 in prizes and door prizes from an admission ticket drawing.

Prizes include:

A Bertazzoni 30-inch, four-burner professional series range in stainless with an over-the-range microwave professional series valued at $4,048 from Hills Flat Lumber Co,

A paddleboard from Mountain Recreation.

A Specialized mountain bike valued at $460 from Tour of Nevada City bike shop.

At the end of the night, guests can trade their script for raffle tickets to win additional prizes.

Live entertainment will be by Nevada County band “SoLS.”

A no-host bar manned by Rotarians and dinner will be offered for a nominal fee.

All proceeds go toward Nevada County funding projects supported by the Grass Valley Rotary.

Examples include college and technical school scholarships for high school graduates, Rotary youth leadership programs for middle school and high school students, international youth exchange programs and the annual music and speech contest.

Additional funding goes to many other nonprofits in the area.

Tickets (a $20 donation) can be purchased at Nevada City Winery, Tess’ Kitchen Store, Tri-Counties Bank or at the door.

For more information, call 530-273-9161.

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