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Foundation Organizes a Casino Night


By Harsh Godhani
 Managing Editor

The Middlesex County College Foundation will organize their eighth annual Casino Night in College Center on Friday, Feb. 22, from 5:30 – 10:30 p.m. to raise money to provide scholarships to students. 

According to the invitation card, entrance tickets are $75 per person, $25 of which is tax-deductible. Each ticket will include $50 in chips, a dinner buffet with dessert, and an open bar which will serve beer and wine. The deadline to reserve or sponsor is Feb. 11. to attend and become event sponsors. 

According to the invitation card, entrance tickets are $75 per person, $25 of which is tax-deductible. Each ticket will include $50 in chips, a dinner buffet with dessert, and an open bar which will serve beer and wine. The deadline to reserve or sponsor is Feb. 11.

Veronica Clinton, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, said all guests attending must at least be 21 years of age.

Clinton said, “An age restriction of 21 is [due to] alcohol and gambling laws, however, anyone that is 18 or older is allowed to purchase a raffle ticket, and you do not have to attend the event in order to win a raffle prize which will include cash winnings.”

According to the invitation card, all alumni, faculty, staff and members of the community are welcome to attend and become event sponsors.

According to the RSVP card, you can also find a selected list allowing you to become a sponsor. The sponsor options are the Queen of Hearts Sponsor at $300, which includes 2 tickets and Signage. Another is Gaming Table Sponsor at $500, which includes 4 tickets and Signage. The next one is listed as Dessert Sponsor, which includes 8 tickets and Signage. After that is the Buffet Sponsor at $1,500 which includes 10 tickets and Signage. Lastly, you can became a Casino Host, offered at $3,000 which includes 12 tickets and Signage.

Any individual is also welcome to contribute a tax deductible payment even if they’re unable to attend.

The Dress code for the event is Business Attire.

Everyone is advised in the invitation to write check address to Middlesex County College Foundation or register online at www.micc-foundation.org.

 

 

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