Three Not-for-Profits Set Mid-January Bunco Fundraiser

A press release from Adult & Child Therapy Services, Court Appointed Special Advocates and Northern Illinois Recreational Association:

Royal Bunco Bash on January 13th

Woodstock, Illinois – December 19, 2016 – Three McHenry County nonprofit organizations – Adult & Child Therapy Services, Court Appointed Special Advocates and Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association – are hosting their 9th annual Royal Bunco Bash on January 13, 2017 at the Holiday Inn, Crystal Lake.

Check in begins at 6 pm and the Bunco starts at 7 pm. Bunco is a fun, easy dice game and no prior experience is needed to play. The evening begins with a practice round to teach those who have never played before. Tickets are $35 per person which includes three games of Bunco a cash bar, desserts and several different raffles.

There are also Golden Tables available for a group of 12 for $660 which includes premiere seating, three bottles of wine, a premium swag bag and drink tickets.

People can learn more about the event, the hosting organizations and sign up at

Founded in 1949, ACTS provides physical, speech and occupational therapy to more than 200 men, women and children of all ages. This year, more than 100 children under the age of three will receive service from ACTS. More than 100 seniors will come for therapy, fall risk assessments and individualized exercise programs.

CASA of McHenry County provides trained volunteers to advocate for child victims of abuse and neglect in Juvenile Court and in the foster care system. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of McHenry County gives these children a voice in court so they can grow up in safe, permanent homes where they can thrive. CASA volunteers make a life-long difference for children, one child at a time. CASA currently serves over 150 abused and neglected children each year.

Since 1976, NISRA has provided year round recreation activities for local children & adults with disabilities. More than 1,650 individual participants socialize, develop skills, and have fun in hundreds of weekly programs, camps, special events and trips each year. NISRA is enriching the lives of people with disabilities through meaningful recreation experiences. We also provide Special Olympics training programs in 16 different sports to over 250 athletes. Other services that we provide are an adult transition program, mental health programs, leisure education and programs for veterans.


Three Not-for-Profits Set Mid-January Bunco Fundraiser — 3 Comments

  1. Is this a follow up to the ‘bunco bash’ held at taxpayer expense yesterday in the County Building?

  2. Bunco, like same-sex sodomy, slot machines in bars, sex w 17 year olds, taking upskirt photos, (; smoking weed. etc., was once illegal …. now it’s promoted in a bankrupt state!

    Sign of the times.

    What’s next!!!!! It’s all OK if it can be taxed. And the addicted, weak-minded lose their $, so nobody is ‘harmed’ …..BUT SOCIETY IS HARMED! What about that!

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