Charity Guild of St Ives Texas Hold'em Tournament & Silent Auction

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The Charity Guild of St Ives is sponsoring its 4th annual Texas Hold’em Tournament & Silent Auction , Saturday January 26th at 7 PM in the St Ives Country Club Ballroom Room.

This year’s event features live entertainment, a heavy hors d’oeuvre buffet and a full cash or signature bar, plus chances for everyone to win many FABULOUS PRIZES.

Texas Hold’em players will compete for a Grand Prize valued at $2,000. Everyone at the final table is a winner!

Not a card player? Come mix and mingle and place your bids on our FANTASTIC SILENT AUCTION items. This year’s array includes vacation destinations in Florida, Alabama, Hilton Head Island, and Cabo San Lucas, golf packages; gift certificates for local restaurants, goods and services; fine and vintage jewelry; beautiful vintage fur jackets and coats; fashion accessories; a private dinner at St Ives Country Club; suite for 2 at the Ritz Carlton Atlanta; gorgeous, themed gift baskets; sports collectibles and memorabilia – AND MORE!

Donation/Buy-in per Player: $125 after January 15th

Non-playing Guests: $50 Donation 

Business Casual/Business Cocktail attire. 

Your donations and silent auction purchases are tax-deductible. Charity Guild of St Ives is a (501 (c) (3) charity.

All net proceeds go to the local charities sponsored by CGSI – North Fulton Community Charities, CHRISKids, STAR House, Assistance League of Atlanta, Wellspring Living and Mary Hall Freedom House.

For Player and Non-Player Registration or for more info, please contact Rebecca at 678.464.8864 or rebecca@jmsub.com

Player and Non-Player Registration forms are also available at the St Ives Country Club Front Desk


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