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5/22/2013 8:32:00 AM
Peace out, man, it's time for Chamber's Casino Night
Review/Heidi Dahms FosterChino Valley Chamber Casino Night committee members Anita DeMello, Chair Susan Tobey and Mike Best model some of the groovy duds that will be on display at the June 1 event. Costumes are not required but you might win a prize for the best one!
Review/Heidi Dahms Foster

Chino Valley Chamber Casino Night committee members Anita DeMello, Chair Susan Tobey and Mike Best model some of the groovy duds that will be on display at the June 1 event. Costumes are not required but you might win a prize for the best one!

Chino Valley Review


Members of the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce may be setting up games of chance for their annual fundraiser Casino Night, but they're taking no chances on making sure attendees have a great time.

Casino Night "The Groovy 60s" will take place from 6-10 p.m. on Saturday, June 1, at Gabby's banquet hall, 2235 S. Highway 89 in Chino Valley.

The night of fun and chance is a bargain this year at $35 per ticket, which includes casino chips, hors d'oeuvres, prize drawings and a silent auction.

The event will feature blackjack, poker, dice and roulette tables, and the dealers are the "purple shirts," the Chino Valley Lionesses.

A 60s costume contest is sure to bring out all those strange bell bottoms and tie-dyed tops, so pull out your best duds and compete for "grooviest gal," "grooviest guy," and "grooviest couple."

Costumes are not required, but they will add to the fun!

Outgoing Chamber Board President Tom Payne said Casino Night is one of his favorite events of the year.

"The price of admission includes a $500 gaming coupon," he said. "Take that to the table and cash it in. You can play all night on that or wipe it out in a matter of minutes."

For more information or tickets, call the Chamber at 928-636-2493.



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