weSPARK's Jason Alexander Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament this Sunday

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weSPARK Cancer Support Center presents the  Jason Alexander Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament this Sunday, March 13 at 11:30 a.m. at the Sportsmen’s Lodge’s Starlight Room in Studio City. Join weSPARK for a day of food and fun, as competitive poker players help raise money to keep weSPARK’s cancer support services free for cancer patients, their families and friends. Players of all levels will have the opportunity to try their skill in the hopes of winning one of ten fabulous prizes, including two top cash prizes.

Jason Alexander hosts this yearly event which benefits weSPARK.

weSPARK  in Sherman Oaks was founded in 2001 by actress and mother Wendie Jo Sperber who was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer in 1997. Faced with sterile hospitals and clinics in the San Fernando Valley, Wendie was determined to open an independently-run cancer support facility in a home-like setting.  Wendie lost her battle with cancer in 2005, but her legacy continues. Today, weSPARK serves the cancer community through a roster of over 40 expert facilitators and instructors with a wide variety of programs designed to heal the mind, body and spirit of those whose lives are affected by cancer.

Wendie Jo Sperber (1958 -2005)

To purchase a seat at weSPARK’s Jason Alexander Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament, please call (818) 906-3022 by Thursday, March 10th. To make a donation to support weSPARK’s free cancer support services, or for more information regarding weSPARK Cancer Support Center, visit: www.wespark.org.

Sunday, March 13, 11:30 a.m. Sportsmen’s Lodge  12825 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City. Sign In and Lunch Buffet 11:30 a.m. Tournament: 1:00pm-6:00pm;  Buy-In: $100 Advance Buy-In; $125 Day of Event.

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