Wednesday, September 4, 2013

POSTPONED: Announcing The 5th Annual Monaghan-Koehlar Charity Poker Crawl - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013

JIM MONAGHAN AND TROY KOEHLAR ANNOUNCE
FIFTH ANNUAL CHARITY POKER CRAWL
TO BENEFIT THE ROOTS OF MUSIC:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2013

OCTOBER 12, 2013 - New Orleans: Jim Monaghan and Troy Koehler are proud to announce the return of their annual Charity Poker Crawl to benefit The Roots of Music, a comprehensive music education program for New Orleans youth ages 9-14. Currently serving 120 children, this program provides not only a stellar music education, but academic tutoring, a hot meal, and round trip transportation five days a week throughout the academic year at no cost to the students or their families. Beginning at The Cabildo in Jackson Square at 11:30am on Saturday, OCTOBER 12, adult attendees aged 21 and up are invited to a traveling poker game in which players will gather a playable hand, one card at a time, from each of five stops along the course of the crawl.  Registration is $30 per hand and attendees are welcome to purchase as many hands as they like at the point of registration.  At each stop along the crawl, players will also have the opportunity to bid on wonderful packages donated from generous donors in our first-ever traveling auction. The crawl will culminate at Molly’s at the Market (1107 Decatur Street) where the winning hand will be determined and awarded with a valuable prize. The Roots of Music is providing the less-advantaged children of our city a brighter future, while simultaneously ensuring that the rich musical culture of the Crescent City is passed securely forward to our next generation. Please help us support this great cause.


Wanna increase your odds?  Register early and earn one free Discard & Draw!
For more information, please contact Trey Monaghan



1 comment:

  1. That sounds great. I liked your write up about this event. We recently attended a poker themed family dinner party at the local event space in LA. The bash was amazing and the best part of this bash was personalized décor.

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