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Poker in Menlo Park benefits Allied Arts

 

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Submitted by Carole DiMatteo for Allied Arts Guild.

Texas Hold 'Em, a charity event sponsored by the Men's Auxiliary of Allied Arts, attracted some serious poker players Saturday night, Feb. 12.

In the top photo, professional dealer Josh deals cards to Russ Scotten, his wife Elaine who serves as Artisan Shop director for Allied Arts, Gary Keeth and John DiMatteo.

Proceeds from the event benefited the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford.

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