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Best costume goes to Pat Clarke pictured with Pres. Sharon Cerilo.
Best costume goes to Pat Clarke pictured with Pres. Sharon Cerilo.
Flapper Teri Crutchfield and Sandi Roe.
Flapper Teri Crutchfield and Sandi Roe.
Roaring Cooks: L-R Char Diaz, Rosemary Clark, Barbara Cobb, Anne Lawyer Marilyn Peck and Jacquie Braaton.
Roaring Cooks: L-R Char Diaz, Rosemary Clark, Barbara Cobb, Anne Lawyer Marilyn Peck and Jacquie Braaton.
Having fun at the Black Jack table: L-R Annie Shafer, Pat and Bobby Raley Dealer is Bob Cobb.
Having fun at the Black Jack table: L-R Annie Shafer, Pat and Bobby Raley Dealer is Bob Cobb.
Brandon and Missy Kennedy look the part.
Brandon and Missy Kennedy look the part.
Bingo dealers Debi Schuster and Sharon Chambers.
Bingo dealers Debi Schuster and Sharon Chambers.
Trying their hand at bingo flapper, Jan Torongo and her escort Michael Alexander.
Trying their hand at bingo flapper, Jan Torongo and her escort Michael Alexander.

Roaring 20ís, flappers and gents


Friday, November 9th, 2012
Issue 45, Volume 16.
Jodi Thomas
Staff Writer


What a wonderful evening of fun and make believe as Anzaís elite flapper society with their handsome escorts gathered behind the Hallís secret wall to get into the Thimble Clubís casino. With its no host bar, full sit down meal of specially prepared meats and sided dishes, plus mouth watering deserts, scores of raffle bootie and multi-gaming tables, and playing chips, there was something to amuse everyone.

The decor of the club was done in tasteful black and silver, decorated by flashlight in traditional secret club building style, courtesy of an Anza Advertisement
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Valley blackout. The bingo room was the most packed as patrons felt it suited their luck the best. Pat Clarke won the best costume of the evening dressed in her cream flapper dress and big hat with a feather on top.

All in all, Casino Night was a successful fundraiser raising over $2,600 for the community.

Thimble Clubs President Sharon Cerilo would like to thank all who worked so hard making the Roaring 20s Casino Night a success. Also she would like to thank Casino Nightís main sponsor, Anza Electric Co-op.


 

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