Jun 26, 2009-
Jun 26, 2009
06:00PM - 10:00PM
DSLC Tropicale Casino Night Fundraiser
IMPORTANT UPDATE! DICK CONTE TRIO will play at DSLC Tropicale Casino Night Fundraiser!
Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building, 1351 Maple
Event Description
IMPORTANT UPDATE - DICK CONTE TRIO will play at the DSLC Tropicale Casino Night Fundraiser, Friday June 26, 6-10 PM at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building. Come enjoy live jazz music of Dick Conte Trio, sip fresh Margaritas, play casino games and win fine prizes and silent auction items including a weekend getaway to Lake Tahoe, Grand Canyon Railway Tour, two tickets from Southwest Airlines to anywhere in the United States and many more!
 All proceeds will benefit people with disabilities in the North Bay, who require assistance to live independently and participate fully in our community.
Admission is only $40 and that includes $25 in gaming chips, dinner and one free drink.
RSVP by June 19, 2009.
Tickets are available online or call Deirdre (707) 528-2745 ext 214.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please call Inga 528-2745 ext 215
Wheelchair accessible transportation will be available from the event to any address within Santa Rosa.


Event Sponsors/Donors: Exchange Bank; Provencher & Flatt LLP; Southwest Airlines; West America Bank; Spaulding, McCullough & Tansil LLP; Circle Bank; Mardell Morrison, Gabriel Arévalo.
Fee: $40.00

Contact Information
Name: Inga Phillips     Email:
Phone: 707-528-2745      Fax: 707-528-9477




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