Chip in for Charity Casino Night



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Westin Stonebriar Hotel and Golf Club
1549 Legacy Drive
Frisco, Texas 75034



Join us for the CHIP IN FOR CHARITY CASINO NIGHT benefiting Project Access-Collin County at the Westin Stonebriar Hotel on September 30, 2016.  This unique event will unite Collin County business leaders, medical professionals, and friends and family for a delicious dinner, silent auction, casino games, dancing and much more. 

Guests can try their luck at classic games such as blackjack, Texas Hold’em, roulette and craps while enjoying a lite fare and cocktails.  No worries if you don’t know how to gamble. With our funny money and professional croupiers who will teach you the rules of the games – all you need is a little luck!  One lucky casino winner will win a percentage of profits off an oil rig, courtesy of Wright Drilling & Exploration!  Guests who chose not to gamble or run out of our funny money can slip into the adjoining ballroom where a buffet style dinner will be served, along with cocktails.  Finally, get ready to boogie on the dance floor to the beats of DJ Reg Hatch!   To purchase tickets or to sponsor this exciting event, visit

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The mission of Project Access-Collin County (PACC) is to improve the health of our community by creating access to health care and coordinating necessary resource referrals and other basic services for those most in need through education and empowerment.  PACC services include access to routine and preventative healthcare, diagnostics, specialty care, medications, health education, interpretation services, transportation support and coordinating and teaching clients to access other necessary resources to overcome the barriers to good health and prosperity. 

Our organization encourages clients to create goals of good health and self-sufficiency.  Each PACC patient is provided access to a medical home, specialty care, ancillary/diagnostic services and medicines.   We provide a bridge for the uninsured working poor to connect to the appropriate resources that will provide a long term plan for personal health and success.  Since our inception in 2011, Project Access-Collin County has provided these services to over 869 Collin County residents. Visit for more information.


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