Come and join us on Wednesday February 19, 2020 for Casino Night Round 2 – We’ve Upped our Game! This premier social event filled with fun and friends is included in your conference registration and open to all. We start out the evening with our featured speaker, long time WLIA friend, Nancy Von Meyer, President of Fairview Industries, herself a former WLIA President. A Taco buffet dinner will be offered, with all the fixings, sure to get you geared up and ready to play games.
Nancy Von Meyer, President of Fairview Industries
Of course it wouldn’t be Casino Night without a Texas Hold’em Poker tournament, Euchre Tournament, and 2 Roulette tables available for the main games of the night. If interested in taking part in the Euchre tournament, please be sure to make note of this when registering for the conference. Any questions, please contact Ann Barrett. See the Rules for Casino Night for more details. We will have all sorts of table games and other fun available for attendees to play. Feel free to bring a game you want to share.
Interested in helping out with the event? We are looking for some dealers for the Texas Hold’em, as well as a couple people to work the Roulette tables. If interested let us know.
As part of the event, there will be raffle prizes offered. Everyone has a chance to win a prize, you’ll receive a raffle ticket upon entry to the event. Throughout the evening you have the opportunity to turn your winning poker chips into raffle tickets, along with purchasing additional raffle tickets for more chances to win. The raffle is held to support WLIA Foundation Inc. scholarships. The Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund helps students in Wisconsin working toward a degree related to land information.
We welcome donations for raffle prizes. If you or someone you know is able to donate prizes for the event, we would greatly appreciate your generosity.
Plan to join us for this fun event. We look forward to seeing you February 19th!
Check out more about what the 33rd Annual Conference offers through the links below or on our Annual Conference Page.
Founded in 1987, WLIA is a grassroots organization representing a collection of concerned professionals working to develop, maintain, and apply a network of statewide land information systems.
We are united by an interest in land records modernization, GIS, and related technologies, and by the need for government policies and programs that support their efficient and effective application.