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Thanks to all who came out to support CYT at our BINGO fundraiser!

Thanks to Club Cafe and The Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for hosting our event.

A good time was had by all and we raised over $1500 for our theater!!!

In addition to cash donations, CYT occasionally needs items or supplies that might easily be donated by a member of our CYT family.

Support of this nature is considered a gift in-kind and is eligible for tax deductions under charitable giving as defined by the IRS.

Please check this list regularly to see if you can help by donating an item or making a contribution to defray the cost of purchasing it.

Watch this page through out the season for Downloadable PDF Forms used by those Under Age 18 for Racing, Contest and Events.

Casino, also spelled cassino, card game for two to four players, best played with two. When two play, the dealer deals two cards facedown to the opponent, two cards faceup to the table, and two more facedown to himself and then repeats the process so that all have four cards. The aim is to capture cards from the table, especially spades, aces, big casino (10 of diamonds), and little casino (2 of spades).

A card played from the hand may capture by: Cards may also be won by building; a card is played to the table to form an announced combination that can be captured by another hand card on the next turn—provided that the opponent does not capture the build first.

For example, a player holding two 3s may add one of them to a 3 on the table and announce, “Building 3s.” The build of 3s can subsequently be captured only by a 3, not by a 6.

Or, holding a 3 and a 6, a player might play the 3 to a 3 on the table and announce, “Building 6,” in which case the build can be captured only with a 6. For example, the opponent, holding a 2 and an 8, could play the 2 to the two 3s (provided it was announced as 6 and not 3s) and announce, “Building 8.” But no one may make a build without the relevant capturing card in hand.

Capturing all the cards on the table is called a sweep and earns a bonus point.