The Auxilary of Shore teams with Resorts Casino in Atlantic City to Put a New “Spin” on Raising Money for Cancer Care, Tuesday, December 6

November 10, 2016

Get ready for a “reely” great time at Resorts Casino in Atlantic City, as the Auxiliary of Shore Medical Center presents The Front Porch Holiday Slot Tournament on Tuesday, December 6. Funds raised from this event will support services like breast cancer screenings and treatment for women in need at Shore Cancer Center. This event is part of Shore Medical Center’s year-long celebration of its 75th anniversary.

All participants in the slot tournament will also receive a free ticket to Resorts Broadway Holiday show that day at 3:30pm in the Superstar Theater. The Broadway Holiday show, which stars Barbra Russell Sharpe, Ron Sharpe, Samantha Sharpe, and Friends, features the best music from Broadway favorites and many seasonal classics.

This event will be hosted by Barbara Altman, host of “The Front Porch” radio show on WOND 1400AM. Masterpiece Advertising is a proud sponsor of this event.

The slot tournament will be held in Resorts Casino in the slot tournament area located by the food court. Registration begins at noon at the tournament area adjacent to Soupman at the Quickbites food court. There is a $25 entry fee per person to participate. $15 of each entry fee will go toward the prize pool, with the remaining $10 donated to the Auxilary of Shore. Participants will play for 5 minutes, anytime from 12noon to 1:30pm. No RSVP is required.

Resorts Casino is located at 1133 Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Complete details will be available at Resorts’ Promotions Booth. Valid photo ID and Star Card is required to participate. Participants must be 21 or older. Bet with your head, not over it. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER.

The Auxiliary of Shore Medical Center is Shore’s original fundraising organization. Part of the Shore Medical Center Planned Giving and Development Department, the Auxiliary is made up of dedicated volunteers who work throughout the year on initiatives that include the hospital gift shop, thrift shops, golf tournaments and other community events. Since the Auxiliary’s inception in 1940, the Auxiliary has donated more than $12 million to Shore Medical Center.