The Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic’s 14th annual Casino Night held Saturday night was the most successful yet, and was able to bring in over $124,000 for patient care for uninsured adults. There was also a sold-out crowd at the event, which was held at the Abingdon Ruritan Club, Bena.
Those who attended were able to enjoy delicious food, casino-style gambling, a live and silent auction and many raffle prizes, according to Arlene Armentor, the clinic’s executive director. She said food was donated and prepared by volunteers and local restaurants, including the Courthouse Restaurant, Hardee’s, Juan’s Mexican Café and Cantina, Olivia’s in the Village, Nick’s at Shacklefords, Riverwalk Restaurant, Shelly’s Catering, Sweet Madeleine’s, and Tony and Milena’s.
Major supporters of the event included Chesapeake Bank and Chesapeake Wealth Management, Cindy Gunn and Chris Andrews, the AAPI of Hampton Roads, Dominion Energy, Ferguson, ...
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