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October 24 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm$20
Join us for a fun evening playing poker, blackjack or craps. If you don’t know how to play, the dealers are there to help you learn. It is SOOO much fun – come and join us. At the same time, you will be helping the Tri-Counties Branch of IDA earn money to continue serving our mission of helping students who learn differently.
LOCATION: We are meeting in the Canyon Crest Winery at the Canyon Crest Towne Centre. There are many delightful restaurants if you wish to come early and have a bite before we start. Click here for a list of Restaurants in Canyon Crest.
We encourage you to sponsor one of our tables or chairs. Table sponsor prices vary and chair sponsors are only $20. Check it out.
Click here for Sponsorship Forms
We’d love to have you be a sponsor. Doing so will enhance TCB’s ability to continue supporting our mission of helping those who learn differently. Plus, you will receive:
—A BIG sign acknowledging your contribution on the table of your choice – or the EVENT sponsor has a BIG sign at registration
—Acknowledgement on our website, Facebook page, and on promotion materials
—A verbal thank you during the event
—A location to place business cards, brochures, etc. for Table Sponsors
—High-profile exposure distributed to a large number of individuals interested in literacy throughout S. California
—Targeted advertisement to the families and teachers of over 100,000 students
—Tax-deductible contributions to education (we are a 501(c)3 organization – TAX ID 33-0060987)
—An opportunity to invest in the future of your company through enhancing literacy
At the end of our game playing, participants will exchange their remaining poker chips for raffle tickets. We will gladly accept donors of items/gift certificates that we may add to the raffle. Click here for Raffle donation form October 2020
To register, click here
Photos and information – click here
We appreciate pre-registrations. You may purchase tickets onsite for $25. With your ticket you will receive $1000 in funny money.