The arrival of Hooters Restaurant and Owl Club Casino brought more than cleavage to Spokane Valley.
Last week the restaurant – known for its busty, scantily clad waitresses – presented the Spokane Valley Community Center with a check for $10,000.
Money was raised during the casino’s VIP party in early July. The invitation-only event kicked off the opening of the business, 16208 E. Indiana Ave.
“Hooters is really big on involving themselves in the community,” said Mike Saczawa, assistant general manager of the Hooters.
The restaurant, owned by California-based HootWinc, LLC, is among 350 individual stores worldwide that are owned by multiple franchises.
The casino offers an off-hours menu with breakfast items and appetizers. “People think that Hooters is just chicken wings and beer but we serve oysters on the half-shell,” Saczawa said.
Hooters restaurant is open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. The casino has card tables with Spanish 21 and other games and is open from 10 a.m. to 6 a.m.
For more information, call 924-9464.
Goat show at fairgrounds
Spokane County Fair and Expo Center is hosting the 2005 American Dairy Goat Association National Show, which features 400 exhibitors and 2,000 animals.
The weeklong show, which starts today is expected to attract 600 association members. The show opens at 8 a.m. daily.
Chamber of Commerce annual golf tournament
Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual golf tournament on Aug. 25 at MeadowWood Golf Course in Liberty Lake.
Entry fees are $75 if tickets are purchased before Aug. 12 and $85 if purchased later. Greens fees, golf carts and dinner are included in the cost.
The tournament features a random team format with groupings confirmed by e-mail. A shotgun start is set for 1 p.m. and contests, prizes and raffles will be offered.
To purchase tickets, call 924-4994.
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