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Inaugural Elks Casino Night and Poker Tournament
On Saturday, June 23, 2012 the Red Bank Elks Lodge #233 will host its Inaugural Elks Casino Night and Poker Tournament from 6:00pm – 11:00pm at 40 West Front St. in Red Bank. Casino tickets are $50 per person which includes casino games, draft beer, wine, soda, dinner and live music by DJ Joe McGrath. You will also receive $100 in play money if purchased by June 1st, OR $50 in play money if purchased after June 1st. During the evening there will be an optional Texas Hold'em Tournament and tickets for this will be $50 per person. Both Casino and Tournament tickets can be purchased at the lodge or online at www.redbankelksorg. Proceeds support the many benevolent activities of the lodge. Corporate sponsorship opportunities are also available.
The Red Bank Elks are the premier charitable organization in your community. An all-volunteer organization, the Elks focus on special needs children and their families, military veterans, both active and retired, community needs, such as scholarships, and sporting activities for local students. The Red Bank Elks are comprised of over 470 members who live in the Red Bank area. Nationally, the Elks are distinctly American with membership open to any citizen, age 21 or over, with an interest and commitment to voluntarism. For more information about the event, membership in the Red Bank Elks, or about the Elks community efforts, please contact the Lodge at 732-741-9771 or visit the website at www.redbankelks.org.
More About Red Bank Elks Lodge #233
Red Bank Elks Lodge #233 is located in the city's downtown on Front Street along the Navesink River. The lodge includes a social area for members, a large banquet hall for hundreds of guests, a Tiki Bar, and an outside seating and barbeque area.
Established more than a century ago, lodge #233 supports many charitable causes throughout the area including assisting handicapped and special needs children, providing scholarships, assisting veterans with patriotic programs, providing food baskets to the needy, and providing drug awareness and counciling programs.