A Night in Vegas


Enjoy a Night in Vegas – the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Greater Dayton’s Annual Fundraiser!  Guests enjoy a lively evening of entertainment, games, karaoke, appetizers and desserts, blackjack, euchre, raffle drawing, door prizes and more!
Do you feel lucky?  Go all-in and sign up for the always exciting Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament and see if you can survive the River.  Not a poker player?  Enjoy euchre or blackjack with your friends or just browse and bid on the many amazing silent auction items.  No one leaves a loser!

A Night in Vegas – 2023 

THANK YOU to our valued supporters, volunteers, and everyone who attended the JCC’s A Night in Vegas!


All Star Pawn
Ashley’s Pastry Shop
Bockrath Flooring and Rugs
Central Perc
Dayton Dragons
Dayton Optometric Center
Dayton Theatre Guild
Economy Linen
Flying Ace Car Wash
Gordon’s Jewelry and Loan
Harmoni Salon and Spa
Houser Asphalt & Concrete
Jaffe Jewelers

James Free Jewelers
Lula Bell
Morning Sun Florist
My Favorite Muffin
Natural Foods and Juice Caboose
Premier ProduceOne
Rodney Gibbs, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
The Rubi Girls
Square One Salon and Spa
Temple Beth Or
The Neon Theater
The Pine Club

Dave London
Helen and Mark Jones
Jennifer VanArtsdalen
Larry and Linda Ran
Rachel Gilbert
Roger Apple
Vicky and Bob Heuman

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