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Posted: Thursday, June 21, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 6:49 am, Thu Jun 21, 2012.

The Frank Magana Memorial Texas Hold 'Em Tournament was a success! We raised $3,500 toward his daughter's college tuition! Thank you one and all for your help and support! We couldn't have done it without the kindness and generosity of the businesses in our community! Please look them up if you need any products or services!

Our biggest thank you goes to the Wine Country Casino of Lodi for hosting the event. Shaun and Tony, you guys went above and beyond to accommodate us! Thanks for letting our crazy group invade your casino for three hours! Everyone in our group commented on what an awesome casino, restaurant and bar you have! They will all be returning I am sure!

Thank you to all the family and friends who donated and participated. We love you!

Here are the rest of the businesses whose donations will not be forgotten. Lodi businesses: Acampo Machine Works, ChemDry, Costco, General Mills, Home Depot, LangeTwins Winery, Online Printing & Graphics, Phoenix Wings & Strips, Staples, and Superior Blinds & Shutters. Woodbridge businesses: Woodbridge Golf & Country Club, Woodbridge Crossing, Woodbridge Florist and Woodbridge Pizza. And a "thank you" must also go out to the Stockton Ports Baseball of Stockton.

Jessica Hawkins

Woodbridge

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