The Jew Community Center of Indianapolis, Indiana, organized its sixth yearly “Casino Night & Silent Auction”.
There were Vegas styled casino games such as Roulette, Blackjack and Poker. The night was organized to collect money for the local synagogue, so it can construct new buildings and do maintaining procedures. The entrance fee was $30 dollars and the event started at 19:30.
Contrary to California, Non-Profit events are legal in Indiana, and the state government allows casino games, such as Roulette, Poker and Craps, when they are played for fund-raising purposes.
Games of chance in Indiana, played to help charities, move more than $500 million dollars per year.