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Take a chance on a night of fun at "Take Me To Vegas," presented by the Crouse Hospital Auxiliary on Friday, May 2 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Justin’s Tuscan Grill in East Syracuse.
The Las Vegas-themed evening will include a variety of casino style gaming tables, a silent auction and an exclusive jewelry drawing. The evening will also feature delicious food stations and Vegas-style entertainment featuring Syracuse native Marissa Mulder, a prominent New York City cabaret singer.
Tickets for the event are offered in packages. The Ace High package for $75 includes admittance for one and $500 in gaming tokens. The Two Pair package for $125 admits two and includes $1000 in gaming tokens. The Royal Flush package for $200 includes admittance for two guests plus two raffle tickets, two drink tickets, $1000 in gaming tokens and event recognition.
To purchase tickets for this exciting night of fun, contact event coordinator Connie Bull or call her at 315/288-5294. Proceeds from the event benefit the Chris J. and Marshia K. Witting Surgical Center at Crouse Hospital.
ABOUT MARISSA MULDER
Marissa Mulder grew up in Syracuse, and in 2007, graduated from Suny Geneseo, where she studied musical theatre. Her biggest musical influences were her grandparents. When Marissa was little, her grandmother directed her in several concerts and shows at St. Ann's Church in Syracuse. Her grandfather introduced her to the music of Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Rosemary Clooney and Billy Eckstine.
In New York City, she quickly delved into the Great American Songbook and cabaret, to which she is now utterly devoted. Last year she made her cabaret debut at Don't Tell Mama under the direction of her mentor, singer Karen Oberlin. She won this past summer's Metro Star Challenge at the Metropolitan Room.