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Monday, December 4, 2023


Brush up on your Blackjack and send your party clothes to the dry cleaner! After two years absence, the Virgin Islands Montesorri School is reviving their infamous Las Vegas Night Fundraiser, to be held at the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort on May 8 , 1999.
This primary fundraiser for the school benefits financial assistance and campus improvement plans and features casino style gaming with poker, blackjack, craps, wheel of fortune, chug-a-lug and bingo, patrons use their winning chips in the events ever popular auction for locally donated prizes. Auction items include jewelry, local arts and crafts, airline tickets and hotel stays from around the globe, tours and attractions, meals at wonderful local restaurants and more.
A traditional special event during the evening is the drawing of the school’s $10,000 cash grand raffle winner, plus corresponding 2nd, 3rd, and 4th prize cash raffle winners who will win $3,000, $1,000 and $500.
As always, parents and volunteer friends will man the gaming tables with supervision by professional croupiers. Volunteers are encouraged to call the school to join in the fun! Casino dealer training starts March 9.
A full service cash bar and an elegant dinner buffet will be available throughout the evening.
Packages will be available at the resort so that locals can make a weekend out of the affair.
Call the Montessori School for more details or to volunteer: 775-6360.

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