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AMVETS Post 60’s New Schedule
MILWAUKEE: Time to get out your hats and horns! In what has become an annual event, Our Lady Queen of
Peace Parish, located at 2733 W. Euclid Ave., will celebrate “New Year’s Eve in July” on Saturday July 26th, 2014.
5 sessions of bingo, for $1,000 in prizes each, will begin at 5:30 PM. There will be $1,000 in raffle prizes, plus
Door Prizes, plus a FREE BBQ Sandwich, Pickle, Chips and coffee for all players. Doors will open for this event at
OAK CREEK: AMVETS Post #60 returns to bingo in July with a new schedule. The Post will now play Bingo on
the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month beginning in July 2014. Door prizes will be featured on the 1st Sunday and
a special raffle will be featured on the 3rd Sunday. Progressive Bingo will continue as before. Doors open at 4:00
PM and Bingo begins at 6:00 PM. AMVETS Post 60 plays at Classic Lanes, 7501 South Howell Ave., in Oak Creek.
MILWAUKEE: The Milwaukee Elks Lodge #46 has announced that there will be no bingo on Thuesday July 1st
and Thursday July 3rd, 2014. The closure is due to work on the hall floor. Bingo will continue at the Elks Lodge
every Sunday at 12 noon, and every Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 PM. The Elks Lodge is located at 5555 W.
Good Hope Rd.
DOUSMAN: St. Bruno Parish and the Dousman Lions Club will continue to play bingo on Tuesday evenings until
the end of August 2014. See the Player’s Guide for dates and times.
LAS VEGAS: The 40,000-square-foot casino portion of The Cromwell opened in late April, ahead of the rest of
the resort. The hotel rooms are also ready, with posted rates of $229-$299 weekdays and $329-$469 weekends.
Work is ongoing on Giada’s restaurant, Drai’s nightclub, and the hotly anticipated rooftop pool, which opened
Memorial Day weekend.
The reservations lines are open at SLS Las Vegas. The first night for booking is August 25 and rates have been
announced at $109 weekdays and $139 weekends, with a two-night minimum. SLS says that construction is “on
time” and that all components of the $415 million 1,600-room resort will open together. The grand opening will
take place over Labor Day weekend.
The Cosmopolitan is reportedly up for sale, with James Packer of Australia’s Crown Resorts being touted as the
most likely buyer, though it’s all speculation at this point. Penn National has been mentioned as another
candidate, but while Penn has openly indicated that it wants a presence on the Strip, it denies having an interest
in the Cosmopolitan.
Red Rock Resort is getting a $35 million renovation that will concentrate on restaurants, suites, and the spa. A
“restaurant row” will be created, adding new eateries to the best of the current line-up, along with a farmer’s-
market concept. The improvements will coincide with the opening of the neighboring Shops at Summerlin retail
district, which will be connected to Red Rock by a new parking and drop-off area.