Save the date for ’Monte Carlo Royale’

2015-09-03 06:00

THE Rotary clubs of St Francis and Jeffreys Bay are teaming-up with the Ukupha Group of ladies to bring residents “Monte Carlo Royale” at St Francis Links in St Francis Bay on October 23.

This is a not-to-be-missed, fabulously fun evening of gaming and entertainment, in aid of St Francis Hospice in the Kouga Region.

Professional gaming company, Gaming Events, will bring residents roulette, poker and Black Jack manned by professional croupiers trained to entertain and thrill.

For only R4 000 each, these tables can be sponsored by companies or individuals keen to support the event in a truely meaningful way.

The tickets for the evening are R250 per person and includes great food and four hours of gaming with $500 Funny Money to get you started at the gaming tables.

Revellers will also enjoy live music and dancing, spot prizes and a chance to admire collectors pieces of artwork which will be on “silent” auction during the evening.

“There are few among us that have not been touched at some point by Hospice and the very special work that they do for the suffering and terminally ill,” says Lyn Aitken of St Francis Rotarians. “This service which is so essential for our community, is in funding crisis and so Rotary and Ukupha, a group of dynamic young mums in St Francis, have joined forces to bring you ‘Monte Carlo Royale’ to raise as much money as possible to keep this service alive in our region.”

To book your tickets or for more information, contact Jacky at 082 493 3836 or send an email to

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