Kiowa Casino Presenting Checks to 14 Local Agencies at 5th Annual Hometown Heroes Dinner
The Hometown Heroes four-month long event culminates Thursday, June 27, 2013 with a dinner at 6:00 pm in the Morning Star Steak House at Kiowa Casino. Check presentations will begin at 6:45 pm with Kiowa Casino presenting 14 checks to the local area first responds and charities. A percentage of every Wednesdays gaming over the last 4 months was contributed by Kiowa Casino.
“We are very proud of our patrons and how they have supported the Hometown Heroes event since many of these first responders and local charities are struggling with decreased funding. This event is very important to us, and just one small way that Kiowa Casino and our patrons can say thanks to our local organizations” said Jim LaPorte Chief Operating Officer of Kiowa Casino.
2013 recipients are
- Tillman County Sheriff’s Department
- Cotton County Sheriff’s Department
- Burkburnett Police Department
- Wichita Falls Police Department
- Burkburnett Fire Department
- Chattanooga Fire Department
- Randlett Fire Department
- Grandfield Fire Department
- Wichita Falls Faith Mission
- Children’s Aide Society
- United Way
- American Red Cross
- Burkburnett Boys & Girls Club
- Wichita Falls Fire Association
About the Kiowa Casino-Devol:
The 63,000-square-foot Kiowa Casino floor features 900+ slot machines, nearly one dozen table games, a gift shop, complimentary valet, smoking and non-smoking areas with three classic casual dining restaurants including the Morningstar Steakhouse, the Morningstar Buffet and the Winner’s Circle Sports Bar, each with its own unique menu and distinct flavors.
For more information about Kiowa Casino, please call 1-866-370-4077 or visit www.kiowacasino.com.