Casino Night brings out the Heights community

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Casino Night had guests hitting the tables with popular games like Roulette along with various types of poker. COURTESY OF KARA MATUNAS

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — The Spring Lake Heights Parent Teacher Association [PTA] held one of its largest fundraisers of the year on Saturday, as guests came to the Spring Lake Manor for a night of gaming and fun.

Casino Night brought out around 140 people from the Spring Lake Heights Elementary School [SLHES] community to enjoy a night out while supporting their children and faculty.

“It went incredibly well,” said PTA member Kara Matunas. “It was a really fun night.”

Guests got to experience a night of gambling and prizes along with a buffet dinner and an open bar.

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