Green River Star -

By David Martin

Seniors know when to hold 'em at casino night


David Martin

Diane Lake reacts to receiving a losing Blackjack hand while Carm Bingham watches the card flop over.

"Dealer has 21."

That's one of the worst things a gambler can hear at the Blackjack table, but Friday night, the smiles and fun didn't stop with the dealer clearing out the players' chips.

The Golden Hour Senior Center hosted a casino night to raise funds for the center.

Seniors would buy a money bag with $250 worth of casino chips for 10 real dollars. Seniors could then decide to play table games and to more chips or change their chips in for raffle tickets.

Raffle tickets could be placed in a variety of bags, which at the end of the night were drawn from for prizes.

Charlene Miller, one o...

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