Southern Advisors and Vincent Financial will host casino night Saturday to benefit the Cherokee County Volunteer Aging Council.

The doors will open at 6 p.m. There will be games, prizes, raffles, music and refreshments. Chips can be turned in for tickets for a chance to win a prize.

Prizes will be given away at the gaming tables. The prizes are valued at $150 or more and include a membership at High Caliber Shooting Range and a skeet shooting certificate, among other prizes.

The silent auction will include weekend and weeklong vacation packages, a Home Depot grill basket, golf for four at Fairways of Canton, a Leaning Ladder basket, Fainting Goat Vineyards basket, a glow whitening package from Bridgemill Dentistry, Bradford Portraits Photography Package and many more prizes that are valued at $500 or more.

Veterans can earn more chips at the door if dressed military uniform or patriotic colors.

There is a discount available in honor of Veteran’s Day for veterans. Tickets are available online at

“We would love for people to come and enjoy the night with us this Saturday,” Cherokee County District 3 Commissioner Benny Carter said. “There are still tickets available, so there’s still time to go online and purchase them. The ticket price is $75.”

Each ticket purchase includes refreshments for the evening, money to start off the night and a drink ticket.

The Volunteer Aging Council directly supports programs for struggling seniors and senior veterans in Cherokee County. Money to support the group’s work is earned by creating events and gathering support from private donors and local organizations in Cherokee County.

The council supports existing programs for seniors and also provides financial assistance when other options are not available. The council also helps seniors with basic necessities, emergency food supplies and home repairs.

The event will take place at the Southern Advisors office, at 265 Parkway 575 in Woodstock. All of the proceeds from the event will go to the Volunteer Aging Council.

You can also become a sponsor for the event by going to

Ethan is a reporter covering the cities of Holly Springs & Canton. He also covers city governments and lifestyle. He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University.

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