What a way to kick off the year: Channel your inner “Happy Days,” “American Graffiti,” and “Grease” for a night of gaming with your best gal or guy!
The fourth annual CBI Brotherhood casino night is set for Saturday, January 14, at the Good Shepherd Parish Hall, 1000 Tinker Road in Colleyville. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
Leather jackets, sunglasses and pompadours. Poodle skirts, pony tails and saddle shoes. Get ready for some “Fun from the Fifties” with the best charity casino action around!
Even if you don’t know one end of a craps table from another, the Congregation Beth Israel dealers will help with any questions you might have. You’ll be ready for Vegas when the night is done!
The highlight of the evening will be the raffle drawing with extraordinary prizes! Already on the block is a weekend rental from Park Place Lexus—Park Place will also detail your car and fill up your gas tank while you cruise around town in a brand new Lexus! Also, one winner and three of his friends will be cheering on Dirk and the Dallas Mavericks when they take on King LeBron James and his Cavaliers on January 30 at the AAC—Platinum Level tickets with platinum parking and $120 in concessions! Another winner and three guests are going to Sunday River Ski Resort for a week—the “most open terrain in New England,” Sunday River has 120 open trails and is one of Maine’s largest and most visited resorts.
Last year’s Monte Carlo Masquerade-themed casino night was an astounding hit, and gathered a gift of $6,000 each for GRACE, Congregation Beth Israel, Jewish Family Services, and The Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation. GRACE is honored to again be among these wonderful causes.
Mac’s on Main has created a customized buffet that, alone, is worth the price of admission!
Sponsorships are still available, and all sponsorship levels come with exceptional amenities: GREASE Sponsors.
General admission tickets are $40 each. Ticket purchases and special limited quantity items for advanced purchase can be found here. Hurry! Tickets are limited and are expected to go quickly.