Page 41 - Mississippi/Louisiana Gaming News - Fall, 2023
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  Contributions & Donations
  Giving Local
Harlow’s Casino Resort & Spa presented checks to two deserving organizations within the local Greenville community. OPTIONS, Inc., received $1,000. A check for $1,000 was also presented to The 100
Black Men of the Mississippi Delta. (Above) Harlow’s General Manager Roscoe Greene presented the check to Chicot County Sheriff Ronald Nichols, representing OPTIONS, and to (below) Charles Hardy, president, 100 Black Men, and Greenville Mayor Errick D. Simmons.
    Run Baby Run
Five WaterView Casino Hotel team members participated in the recent Run Baby Run Charity Race
hosted by the Center for Pregnancy Choices, a nonprofit organization helping women and families facing unexpected pregnancies. Nancy Lindsey, Ruth Funches, Robert Owens, Varissa Brownell and Candace Davison each won a medal in their age group.
 FALL 2023
Donating Linens
 Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort donated two trolleys of linens to the Humane Society of South Mississippi. A humane society volunteer picked up the linens, which will be used to keep the animals warm and comfortable at the shelter. Pictured are (from left) Kayla Ray, special event supervisor; HSSM volunteer; Kayla Jones, human resources specialist; Connie Broussard, database manager; Chris Viverette, director of employee relations; Cindy Braud, director of player development; Marcie Moberly, hotel housekeeping supervisor; and Caelleigh Downer De Guitterez, director of database marketing.
Providing Medical Help
Fitz Casino & Hotel donated $5,000 to the Clarksdale Free Medical Clinic. Fitz team members Katandra Wilson (left) and Royal Kelly (right) presented the donation to Bobbie Maddox, clinic outreach coordinator; Dr. Chitra Mani, medical director; and Dr. Gowdhami Mohan, pulmonologist and sleep disorder specialist.
  Meals To The Community
Members of Hard Rock Biloxi’s Culture Club, working in partnership with Feeding the Gulf Coast, volunteered at the Associated Wholesale Grocers Food Show. Volunteers were able to break down and load up nearly 15,002 pounds of food donations that will provide an estimated 12,500 meals to those in need in the local community.

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