Rotary Club Sponsoring Casino Night

Proceeds from the event will benefit the scholarship programs for the Menomonee Falls and Hamilton school districts.

Do you feel lucky? Do you?

Well, if you do, save that luck for Casino Night sponsored by the Menomonee Falls Rotary Club from 6-9 p.m. Friday, March 16 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 11600 Park Place in Milwaukee.

Rotary Club members are currently selling tickets for the event, and the price to try your luck is $50 per person. The price of the ticket includes $250 in ‘gaming’ money. The event also includes raffles, prizes, and food.

The proceeds will fund Rotary Club scholarships and programs for the Menomonee Falls and Hamilton school districts.

To register for the event contact a Rotary Club member, or register online.

Thomas Klein March 09, 2012 at 02:23 PM
Menomonee Falls Rotary,support The Raddison not theHilton Milwaukee, what are you thinking?
Both Sides March 09, 2012 at 05:31 PM
The Hilton goes beyond the limits of MKE, and supports the MF Rotary as an awesome sponsor of all MF Rotary events, participates in MF Rotary Membership, provides discounted prices and some services without cost, and actively engages in MF Rotary activities and programs locally and internationally. Hmmm, wonder if the MF Radisson does that????
Jann March 09, 2012 at 10:22 PM
I guess we didn't need a hotel in the Falls then, which is what I said in the first place. I read in another paper that the Rotary had another annual even at the Hilton also. I figured they probably had to book it well in advance so that's why they didn't use the Radisson. I can't say as I blame them for not booking other things there. I'd be rather afraid it would close up shop and I'd be stuck with no place for my event.
jerry mislang March 14, 2012 at 12:54 AM
Great, lets complain about where to hold a charity event rather than thank the Rotary Club for all their hard work in getting scholarships for deserving students in a tight economy. I just find it hard to criticize folks who do so many good deeds such as the Rotarians. Jann and Chris, honestly now, would you have gone to the function if it was held at the Radisson or are you boycotting the scholarship fundraiser for students because it's not being held where you think it should be held? I'll take a WAG and bet you wouldn't go if it was held across the street from your house.
jerry mislang March 14, 2012 at 02:13 AM
I learned a long time ago that name calling or arguing with people won't make them any smarter. I am confused because I didn't think I said I don't support local busineses (trust me, RBG has a great fish fry), I'm not sure where I was patting myself on the back, I really don't care what anyone thinks I am, I've lived here 56 years and maybe visited a local business every now and then (sic), I'm old but Capone was way before my time, I do plan on calling as many sports as they ask me to and I would DEFINITELY would go "across the street to GT" if it helps MFHS students get scholarships. I guess I missed the answer to "would you have gone to the fundraiser if it was held at the Radisson or are you boycotting the scholarship fundraiser for students because it's not being held where you think it should be held?" Signed, MissLang the Homer
Jann March 14, 2012 at 01:13 PM
jerry: I don't think you read my post. I actually said I don't blame them for not holding it at the Radisson. My comment about us not needing the hotel has nothing to do with the Rotary. We didn't need the hotel.
jerry mislang March 15, 2012 at 01:32 AM
Sorry Jann, you were right, I get it now. I missed the boat on that one: apoligies.
W . Benz April 22, 2013 at 10:45 PM
Jerry one more for you.


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