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Casino Night to Feature Live Entertainment and Chance to Win Prizes --- Tickets Available Now for Enjoyable Evening Event on Saturday June 3rd ---

Tayler Green will perform at Casino Night. Credits: Tayler Green

          Temple B'nai Shalom in East Brunswick will host its Casino Night on Saturday, June 3rd at 8:00pm, a fun & elegant evening of games, live entertainment and the chance to win prizes.
          Attendees can try their luck at various games such as blackjack, roulette, poker and a money wheel.  The Premier Sponsor of the evening is Ashley Homestore.
          Live entertainment will be provided by singer-songwriter Tayler Green. Her musical journey began at the age of three when she discovered her ear for music, learning to play piano though watching and listening to her father, Pastor Derrick Green. Following her dreams, Tayler studied Music Education under Aundi Marie Moore at Lincoln University. Tayler is currently working on a few projects including the production of her first album.
          "I'm a very passionate writer. I write about things that happen to people like me," notes Ms. Green. "Every song I make has a message, whether it's 'not sweating the little things' or 'about the struggle of being afraid to fall in love', but my message is always about Love: 'Love one another, Forgive one another'. I seek to give understanding to people though my music."
          All proceeds of Casino Night will go towards the temple's programming efforts and its commitment to the ideals of understanding and community.  Temple B'nai Shalom is a 501C, non-profit, charitable organization.
          Admission is $40 per person and includes snacks, dessert and coffee (plus BYOB). Casino Night will be held at the temple at 15 Fern Road in East Brunswick.
          To reserve your spot(s), contact and then mail payment to Temple B'nai Shalom at 15 Fern Road, East Brunswick, NJ 08816.  Call 732-251-4300 x232 with any questions.

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