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Casino Night benefit in Floresville




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Get ready to try your luck at the JK Show Pigs Casino Night Saturday, Sept. 22, at 6 p.m. in the S.P.J.S.T. Hall on F.M. 1303 in Floresville in memory of the late Joe Kunze.

A catered dinner will be served from 6-7 p.m. The casino night will start at 7 p.m., followed by a silent auction.

Admission will be $50 per adult, which includes the meal, $1,000 in chips, and two drink coupons.

All proceeds from the event will benefit a fund in Joe Kunze’s name to establish scholarships for the local junior livestock shows.

Kunze, who passed away Oct. 22, 2011, loved animals and livestock shows. He had a long history of involvement with the San Antonio Livestock Exposition and area junior livestock shows, both as a participant and a supporter. The event’s organizers hope to keep his memory alive for the youth of Wilson County.

Tickets can be purchased by calling Kim Heinen at 210-347-6225, Melissa Johnson at 210-859-8195, or Jonett Story at 830-391-4922.
 

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