Casino Night returns to Porterdale
Enjoy an evening of good food, casino games, an auction and a raffle on Feb. 5 at the annual Monte Carlo for the Arts benefit at the Porterdale Mill Event Center.
The event is a fundraiser for Southern Heartland Arts Inc. and will begin at 6 p.m. Tickets are $50 and are available through Friday. For information or reservations, call the gallery at (770) 788-8799, or call co-chair Susan Wahl at (770) 464-0065.
The buffet dinner by Stalvey’s will include prime rib, lemon chicken, salad, vegetables and dessert.
The auction will feature items including a two-night stay in a twobedroom villa at Lake Oconee’s Cuscowilla Resort. The stay includes golf for four with caddy.
You can also bid for a package that includes a two-night stay in a new, two-bedroom cabin with a dock on Lake Richard B. Russell, and 18 holes of golf at Arrowhead Pointe.
Other prizes include a two-night stay at Biloxi’s Beau Rivage; a barbecue dinner for 16, antique furniture, and a week-long stay in a three bedroom, three bath beach home near Carabelle, Fla.
A silent auction will run throughout the evening, offering a chance to bid on items including painted furniture, paintings, and other visual art offerings.
You can participate in casino gaming with play money following the auction. Your play money earnings i can be b cashed in for raffle tickets that can be deposited on door prizes. There are more than 40 door prizes offered, valued at $50 to $300.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Southern Heartland’s instructional fund and its James P. Hayes Cardinal C di lS Schol-h l arship Fund. The fund provides scholarships to graduating seniors and to summer arts camp programs, among other opportunities.
Event sponsors include United Bank and Air Conditioning Specialist, Inc.