Has it really been 10 years? Yes, it has and it's time to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the University of Arkansas Texarkana Campus. They will be celebrating in a big way with a fun Casino Night at the Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center.

It's the 10th Anniversary of The UA - Texarkana Campus Casino Night

Roulette wheel, cards, poker chips and dice on red background.

Get all dressed up Vegas style for a night of casino games including Blackjack, Poker, Craps, and Roulette. The 10th Anniversary Celebration will take place on Saturday evening October 8.

Don't forget your dancing shoes because the high-energy seven-piece band called Tin Man Band band from Dallas. You'll hear a variety of great music from Aretha Franklin to AC/DC.

There will also be drinks and great food too. The night will be hosted by friends of UA Texarkana, including Dr. Christine Holt, Shelby and Texarkana Arkansas Mayor Allen Brown, Prissy and Dr. Randy Hickerson, Dr. Robin and David Hickerson, and Morgan and Dr. Brent Bennett.

Served Over 2,700 Students Since 2012

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Andreas Rodriguez
The University of Arkansas at Texarkana has served over 2,700 students since 2012 and has awarded 2,247 degrees and certificates.
Tickets to Casino Night are available online and are $75 each. You can buy yours at https://hempsteadhall.thundertix.com/events/201909. You can also call (870) 722-8549.
For more information about this event call (870) 722-8516 or email anna.powell@uaht.org 
The Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center is located at 5200 Convention Plaza Drive in Texarkana, Arkansas.
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