VIP Services, 811 E. Geneva St., Elkhorn, will host its second annual Casino Night Benefit Saturday, Feb. 10, from 7 to 10 p.m. at Geneva Tap House.
Funds raiser at the event will go to support VIP’s ongoing community programs and essential services for adults with disabilities.
Tickets for the event are $50 each and include entrance, playing chips, snacks, and a wide selection of beverages including wines, seltzers and many varieties of beer. The taphouse is located at 252 Broad Street, Lake Geneva.
Guests will have the opportunity to play blackjack, roulette, craps and Texas Hold’em. The top three chip holders at the end of the night will get to pick from the prize table.
Craig Poshepny, Executive Director of VIP Services, sees the benefit as a chance to educate the public about VIP’s many services and create new connections in the community.
“This is such a unique event, and it is also a great forum for talking about those we support in their efforts to overcome challenges and barriers to find employment and other opportunities to become involved in the community,” Poshepny said during a promotional announcement at VIP. “Moving the benefit to Geneva Tap House creates an opportunity to reach a wider audience here in Walworth County, form new partnerships, and hold an even bigger event than we did last year.”
Poshepny said the additional space at Geneva Tap House will make it possible to have additional gaming tables and host more than 150 guests.
Those interested in buying or reserving tickets are encouraged to call VIP Services at 262-723-4043 or visit the organization’s offices in Elkhorn.