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posted: 2/17/2014 1:28 PM

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  • Aileen Brewis, left, joined daughter, Catherine and her husband John Mowat of Rolling Meadows for several hands of blackjack at Clearbrook's Fall Casino Night last October.

      Aileen Brewis, left, joined daughter, Catherine and her husband John Mowat of Rolling Meadows for several hands of blackjack at Clearbrook's Fall Casino Night last October.
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Submitted by Clearbrook

The excitement, energy and thrill of Las Vegas is coming to Palatine when the Clearbrook Guardians, host their annual Spring Casino Night from 5 p.m. until 1 a.m. on Saturday March 1, at the Clearbrook Getz Building, 746 Vermont, Palatine.

Among the largest charitable casino events in the Chicagoland-area, this event boast 28 blackjack tables, high- and low-stakes poker, pai gow and three-card poker, a money wheel, craps (7-11 p.m.), and roulette (7-11 p.m.).

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In addition to the casino-style games, guests will have the opportunity to win cash and other great prizes in the $1 and split-the-pot raffles. There will be hot food and a cash bar available.

Admission is free and you must be 18 years or older to gamble. Over 400 players are expected to attend and raise funds for Clearbrook's programs and services for individuals with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Participate between 5-7 p.m. and you'll be entered to win a raffle for two mini iPads. Arrive between 7-9 p.m. for one chance to win a raffle for a mini iPad. Winner must be present to win.

"What could be better than combining an evening of fun and excitement at the casino with the satisfaction of knowing you are raising funds for Clearbrook," said Cyndy Kay, chairman of Casino Night. "We strive to offer an entertaining evening at a value price -- free admission. In addition, we look forward to seeing our loyal supporters and to meeting new friends twice a year at the Spring and Fall Casino Nights."

For information, call (847) 385-5012 or visit clearbrook.org.

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