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Little Falls Education Foundation Plans Casino Night


LITTLE FALLS, NJ - The Little Falls Education Foundation is holding a Casino Night Fundraiser on Friday, March 9, at The Bethwood, 38 Lackawanna Ave., in Totowa.  

This exciting event starts at 7 p.m with professional dealers and gaming tables. There’s something for everyone: blackjack, craps, roulette, poker and a money wheel.  

Come try your luck for a chance to win some big prizes, such as a flat screen TV or a poker night in your own home.

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There will be food, DJ and dancing, and an open bar.  

Purchase your tickets early and you’ll get more play money:

  • If you purchase by March 1, receive $75 in play money
  • Purchase between March 2-8, receive $60 in play money
  • Purchase at the door and receive $40 in play money

You can purchase tickets by visiting

One hundred percent of the proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to the Little Falls Public Schools.

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