Hemet Elks Lodge hosts Ramona Bowl Casino Night Fundraiser Aug. 3rd


The Hemet Elks Lodge #1740 is hosting a Casino Night Event FUNdraiser and Steak Dinner for the Ramona Bowl on August 3rd at 6:00 p.m. Enjoy a delicious steak dinner and play the night away for some great prizes, plus every ticket holder gets a $20 gift card good for events at the Ramona Bowl.

The Ramona Bowl is very excited to partner and have the help of the Hemet Elks Lodge and its members for this FUNdraising Casino Night event. The Ramona Bowl is a non-profit organization whose funding only comes from event ticket sales, donations, and sponsorships. It sits on 168 acres, and all the maintenance and upkeep must come from these sources.

So come on out to Casino Night, have a great meal and a lot of fun and help a very good cause. Tickets are $50 and include a steak dinner, $250 in Casino Play Money, a $20 Gift Card good for Ramona Bowl Events and a chance to win some great prizes. Saturday, August 3rd at 6:00 p.m. at the Hemet Elks Lodge, 1305 West Florida Avenue, Hemet 92543. For tickets and information call 951-658-3111 or 951-925-1740.


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