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Seeking Sponsors and Participants for the Second Annual Charity Poker Tournament and Casino Night

Coronado Lacrosse Club (CLC) and Islander Sports Foundation (ISF) are co-hosting the 2nd Annual Charity Poker Tournament and Casino Night on Friday, November 2, 2018, and are seeking sponsors and participants for this event. Proceeds benefit girls youth lacrosse, and Coronado’s middle and high school sports teams.

The Charity Poker Tournament and Casino Night is held at the world-famous Nautilus Room within the Coronado Recreation Center, with an open bar and light finger foods. Players of all abilities come together to play Texas hold ‘em style poker, with prizes awarded to top poker players. Additionally this year, black jack, roulette and craps tables will be offered, with raffle drawings for table game participants.

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“After a successful first run last year, The Islander Sports Foundation is proud to again partner with the Coronado Lacrosse Club on this great event,” says ISF Vice President Brian Dozier. “We look forward to another fun filled evening that supports local High School, Middle School, and Youth sports. We can’t do this without your generous support, so please come out on November 2.”

“I am very excited to partner with the Islander Sports Foundation for a second year in support of Coronado youth sport,” says Jim Fabiszak. “As a former lacrosse player, current coach and President of the CLC Board, these events make you proud to be part of something special. I personally look forward to seeing everyone at the event!”

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ISF/CLC (both non-profit groups) are seeking $500 table sponsors, who receive two tickets to the event, their logo placed on their sponsored table, individual recognition just prior to the start of the event, and their logo projected on screens throughout the evening.

The group also welcomes monetary and gift card donations in any amount, as well as prizes. Those interested please email Jim Fabiszak at

Doors open at 5pm on November 2, with table action from 6-10pm. The purchase of a ticket allows participation in EITHER the poker tournament OR the other casino games. Those who don’t know how to play or are nervous about their skills can join a free lesson beginning at 5:30pm.

Re-buys are open for both poker and the casino games until 8pm, and are always encouraged. Early registration at $100 ends October 2 at 11:30pm, with prices increasing to $125 until the night of the event.

Registration can be found at; search “Things to do in Coronado”, “Tournament” and “Community,” on November 2, and registration is just a few clicks away!

The Coronado Recreation Center is located at 1845 Strand Way, Coronado, CA 92118.

ISF plays a vital role in maintaining quality athletics programs at Coronado High School (CHS) and Coronado Middle School (CMS) through the mission to “sustain competitive sports at a championship level.” With Coronado Unified School District confronting public funding cuts, ISF offers tax deductible options for restricted and unrestricted grants in support of Coronado school athletic programs. CLC is a public educational lacrosse organization for youth girls under sixteen years of age, with the goal of promoting the development of female youth lacrosse players to their greatest potential via recreational and competitive programs.
CLC is dedicated to serving the San Diego community by ensuring that young ladies in surrounding communities have access to an excellent lacrosse education in a safe environment. CLC offers an opportunity for youth development, both physically and mentally, and strives to maintain its mission: developing youth lacrosse players to their greatest potential, while instilling an everlasting passion for the beautiful game of lacrosse.


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