San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Texas Hold 'Em Charity Poker Tourney
Don't miss your chance--Order your tickets now!
Here’s the deal…
Online registration for poker buy-in - $75
Poker buy-in at the door - $85
Online group rate available
Happy Hour from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Tournament starts at 7:30 SHARP
Ticket price includes food, wine and beer
If eliminated early in the game, you can buy back into the
tournament to keep the games going
Great prizes awarded to top 7 players including:
United Center Skybox for Bulls or Blackhawks game in 2013-14 season!
Event hosted by Friends of Youth Services
All proceeds benefit Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook
Sign up early, it’s sure to be a full house!
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
21 and over.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Beth Kirk Malecki at (847) 657-7087.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
There will be no refunds given.
We are flush with appreciation!
Brian Flad, Olson Public Relations
Goode & Fresh Pizza Bakery
Paasche Airbrush Co.
Valley Lo Club
Sunset Foods, Northbrook
Glenview Park District
Peg Macaluso & Jeff Gonyo
Jennifer & Brian Pettersen
Anne & Bob Pillion
Beth & Doug Shabelman
Deede & Ed Wittenstein
Scott Zimay, Strengthtime, Winnetka
Mario's Mondo Cafe, Glenview
When & Where
hosted by Friends of Youth Services
Friends of Youth Services (FoYS)
Is a women’s auxiliary group that assists Youth Services by providing critical financial support, a volunteer base for programs and fundraising events, and an increase in community awareness of the agency. Signature events include Girlfriends' Breakfast & Boutique, Kidz Rummage Sale, Cafe Lucci Wine Auction and All-in for Youth Services Charity Poker Tournament.
Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook (YSGN)
Is a social service agency devoted to the mental health, character development and physical well-being of children and families in our community. Founded in 1972, the agency serves over 3,500 local children and their parents each year with vital programs that include crisis intervention and violence prevention, individual and family counseling, outreach programs for Youth-At-Risk, and mentoring for children and parents