Rotary Club of Loyalton’s Monte Carlo Night coming to Vinton |

Rotary Club of Loyalton’s Monte Carlo Night coming to Vinton

LOYALTON and#8212; The Rotary Club of Loyalton will be hosting their 18th annual Monte Carlo Night at the Sierra Valley Grange Hall, Vinton on April 30. This great social event gives folks the chance to be and#8220;High Rollersand#8221; with play money as they try their luck at their choice of Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, and Bingo, and be a support to Rotaryand#8217;s local scholarship program.

Tickets are $10 pre-sale from a Rotarian, or $15 at the door. and#8220;This is the best entertainment value around,and#8221; said Rotarian Sam and#8220;Woodyand#8221; Wilbanks.- and#8220;There just isnand#8217;t anywhere you can have as much fun with a night out for less.and#8221;

Ticket holders receive a and#8220;stakeand#8221; of $2,500 of play money plus two complimentary drink tickets. Wonderful door prizes and raffle items spice up the eveningand#8217;s entertainment. An event highlight is the silent auction featuring great items from local merchants, ranchers and artisans. The quality of the auction items, and the available bargains, make this a perennial favorite.

As the night progresses, winnings accumulate, and tension builds as players compete for the top and#8220;winnings.and#8221; The high three winners receive fabulous prizes such as last yearand#8217;s dinner for four on the Dixie Queen at Tahoe, or a foursome of golf.

All proceeds go to fund scholarships for Loyalton High School seniors. and#8220;Community support has been very strong throughout the Sierra Valley and surrounding communities,and#8221; said Club President Marie and#8220;Hi-Hoand#8221; Silver. and#8220;This is an opportunity for folks to have a great night out, take advantage of some real bargains at our silent auction, win a few prizes, and serve our young people.and#8221;-

Food, snacks and a no-host bar will be available for this fantastic evening of fun, laughter, good friends, and community service. Contact Kathy and#8220;Godivaand#8221; Norris at 530-394-0607 for more information.

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