We bet that as soon as you read these details you’ll start rehearsing your poker face!
Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County (BGCCC) is pleased to announce their 8th Annual Charity Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament on Thursday, March 21st, at Gleneagles Country Club. The Title Sponsor for the eighth year is Money Matters with Ken Moraif.
Let’s Have a Full House
The poker tournament will be held on Thursday, March 21, 2019, at Gleneagles Country Club, 5401 West Park Blvd., Plano, TX 75093. Doors open at 5:30 pm and seating will begin at 7:00 pm.
To pre-register, complete the registration form and make a $150 donation to BGCCC. Tournament entry, poker chips and hors d’ oeuvres are complimentary, and a cash bar will be provided. Blackjack tables will be available for guests that don’t prefer poker, and prizes will be awarded at the end of the evening!
Seating is limited. Registration at the door is limited to available seats, and on a first come, first served basis. To ensure your reserved seat, register online today! No donation is required to win.
BGCCC is also selling raffle tickets for an exclusive stay for four people for four nights, your choice of land or sea gateway at one of these locations: the Bahamas, two Costa Rica Properties, Los Cabos, San Diego, Aspen, Beaver Creek, or Deer Valley. Tickets are $100 each, with only 350 tickets being sold. You can buy raffle tickets online at www.bgccc.org/poker.
Town and Country Roofing and Ralph Stow have joined the list of sponsors. Additional sponsorship opportunities and individual tickets are still available. To register for the tournament or become a sponsor please visit www.bgccc.org/poker. Please contact Laura Bese at (469) 888-4620 x105 or LBese@bgccc.org with any questions.
Why Your Support Matters
Boys and Girls Club of Collin County has branches in the cities of Frisco, McKinney, and Plano and serves over 3,260 young people from 5-18 as members. When combined, the after school, summer, and outreach programs touch the lives of 9,400 youth annually.
The Clubs have continued to grow as this area expands with new companies increasing jobs and bringing families into one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. Debra Sweezer, Chief Operating Officer, shared,
In 2018 alone, we grew 20% and these types of fundraising events help us to serve more children. This type of growth brings us closer to having a “Full House” in each of our locations and emphasizes the need for support.
For the 8th Annual Charity Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament, BGCCC is honored to have Title Sponsor Money Matters with Ken Moraif. Ken and his company helping raise funds for their nationally known programs. Their dedicated and professional staff focuses on Academic Excellence, building Character and Leadership, and Health and Life Skills.
Their programs work, as 100% of the children advance to the next grade level on time, 100% of seniors graduate and go on to community colleges, four-year schools or the military and no children are in the juvenile justice system. Ken Moraif shared,
BGCCC does a great job of accomplishing their mission of enabling all young people, especially those who need them the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. They provide a safe, nurturing environment after school and during the summer with programs that help these children make the right decisions in life. I want to do all that I can to provide these children with the tools to build better futures. They are the key to our future.
About Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County
Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County (BGCCC) has been meeting the needs of children in Collin County since 1968. BGCCC’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
The organization currently serves over 9,400 children through its after-school, summer and outreach programs. BGCCC currently provides transportation from 74 Collin County schools and 6 community locations to its branches in McKinney, Frisco, and Plano as well as an extension site at Shepton High School in West Plano.