Funds raised for Habitat for Humanity at Lud Vegas
Lud Vegas returned to Lincoln Hills Golf Club on Saturday for the fifth consecutive year.
The event, which raises funds for Habitat for Humanity of Mason County, featured professional gaming tables, dealers, slot machines, dancing, refreshments and a variety of entertainers, including an Elvis impersonator, a contortionist, caricatures and more.
“The event went very well,” said Jamie Healy, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Mason County. “We had many new faces in attendance, new features to the event and I believe we achieved the experience and energy we had hoped for.”
Healy noted that all the funds raised at the Lud Vegas event will be used to help address housing issues and positively impact Mason County families.
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