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 Contributions & Donations
 Back to School
Hard Rock Biloxi partnered with United Way of South Mississippi in July to collect school supplies for students in need. Hard Rock employees were generous with their donations, bringing in crayons, markers, scissors, paper, glue, disinfectant spray and more. Pictured are Kellee Caldwell, United Way’s director of volunteers and
special projects, and Hard Rock Human Resources Coordinator Samantha Greco.
   Juneteenth Barbecue Judges
Trop Greenville supported the city
of Greenville’s efforts in celebrating Juneteenth this year by providing space and parking for vendors and guests participating and attending the Juneteenth Celebration. Along with a ceremony, giveaways and children’s activities, the event featured the Battle of the Chefs. Trop executives served as judges for the barbecue competition. Pictured are (from left) Director of Security Greg Jackson, Director of Marketing Roy Gordon and General Manager Colin Skidmore.
Keeping Things Clean
 Fitz Casino Tunica donated 140 cases of disinfectant spray to the Tunica County School District just in time for students and teachers to go back to school. Showing off some of the disinfectant are (from left) Katandra Wilson, Fitz senior director of finance; Derrick Dace, school district safety director and director of federal programs; and Fitz Vice President and General Manager Tony Scudiero.
 Community Dedication
Horseshoe Tunica is dedicated to supporting the communities in which it operates with an ongoing commitment to economic development while improving the quality of life of team members and their families, the community, and society at large. Through funds
from the Caesars Foundation, Horseshoe Tunica donated $5,000 to both the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis and the Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis. Horseshoe General Manager Derrick Madison led a team of employees in presenting the groups with the donations.
  Harlow’s Helps Out
Harlow’s Casino Resort & Spa made several donations recently to area organizations. President and General Manager Roscoe Greene presented $500 to the Mid-Delta Regional Airport Authority and $1,800 to the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County. (Right) Accepting the donation for the airport authority is Director Sam Washington. Joan Rowe, executive director of the
  Boys & Girls Club, accepted the donation on behalf of the nonprofit.

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