Casino Knight

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 13200 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy Fairfax VA 22033  See map

A "KNIGHT OUT"  The John  Champe High School Athletic Booster Club will be hosting its first annual Casino  Knight fund raising event, from 7 to 11 p.m., Saturday, February 23 at  International Country Club, 13200 Lee Jackson Highway, Fairfax,  VA. The  gaming event features a Texas hold'em tournament, craps, roulette, black jack, slots and more.  There  will also be a silent and a live auction including some great items like  autographed Redskins footballs, a Nationals autographed baseball, tickets to  Wolf Trap this season for Bill Cosby and "Rock of Ages," golf for four at  International Country Club, in-home wine tastings given by area wineries like  Chrysalis, a Champe sports family season pass, a family season pass to the Aldie  Senators, a Dolphin Quest package, fitness club memberships, gift cards to area  restaurants, themed gift baskets put together by JCHS student athletes, and much,  much more. Tickets are $75 per person and are available in the John Champe  High School Athletic office or online at www.champesports.com (click the  BOOSTERS link and www.pay4schoolstuffonline.com). In addition, the Texas  hold’em tournament is $25 per player.  Admission tickets include $250 worth of chips and tokens, and all  non-alcoholic beverages and food.  The menu includes:  Caesar salad, a carving  station featuring pastrami with deli mustard, chicken with basil mayo and the  country club chef's own pulled pork on pretzel roll sliders, raw bar with gulf  shrimp and oysters, and assorted desserts.  Proceeds from the event directly benefit all John Champe High School student athletes and athletic programs.  John Champe High School, home of the Knights, 51535 Sacred Mountain Street, Aldie, Va., opened  in August 2012.   Sponsorships and advertising opportunities are also being sought for the gaming tables. For more information  about Casino Knight, and how to get in the game, call 703-722-2690.##


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