Shadow Room’s Casino Benefits Urban Teens

The Ravens' Ray Rice and Celtics' Delonte West joined Redskin Edgar Jones and other notable locals for the Casino Royale UrbanPromise Scholarship benefit at Shadow Room.

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The Baltimore Ravens' Ray Rice and Boston Celtics' Delonte West joined fellow football player Edgar Jones of the Redskins -- oh, and other Washingtonians such as R&B star Lil' Mo, NBC4's John Schriffen, Big Tigger from WPGC and celeb stylist Paul Wharton -- to raise money for the UrbanPromise Scholarship benefit at Shadow Room.
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The casino-style benefit at Shadow Room (2131 K St. N.W.) raised money for teens in poverty-stricken areas of D.C. and Camden, N.J.
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Bar 7 owner Taz Wube, UrbanPromise Executive Director Jordina Hicks, Suite 202's Arlene Wube, and UrbanPromise founder Bruce Maine were there to help raise almost $20,000 to benefit the nonprofit.
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Baltimore Raven Ray Rice gambles -- but for charity! The evening was geared to support an education fund for underprivileged teens.
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NBC4's John Schriffen, Baltimore Ravens Ray Rice and 95.5's Big Tigger
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Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth of "The Apprentice" and "The Celebrity Apprentice," and rapper-turned-R&B artist Solé
Celebrity stylist Paul Wharton in a hair challenge with MoKi Media's Dannia Hakki
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