Announcing “The Mill on Tap Package” and Other Hotel Deals The Mill Casino

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We brag a lot about our wine selection, but many of you enjoy a good brew and a good value during your stay at The Mill Casino.

After all, the Mill’s cool  nightspot, Warehouse 101, is known throughout the Coos Bay/North Bend and Charleston area for having great entertainment, a tempting menu and over 30 microbrews on tap!

For you beer lovers, we now have a special hotel package just for you! Book The Mill on Tap Package now through March 31st, 2013 and receive

  • An overnight stay in the hotel
  • $40 dining credit
  • One voucher for two to enjoy Oregon micro beer exclusive samplers at Warehouse 101
  • A beer inspired recipe card from our renowned chef Mark Henry

You get all this and access to non-stop casino fun and luxurious amenities like our relaxing indoor pool and heated hot tubs, fitness room, arcade, business center and more.

All of The Mill Casino Hotel’s rooms feature televisions with cable, HBO and Showtime, complimentary wireless internet, as well as phones, radio-alarm clock, safe, ice bucket and glasses, luggage rack, plus iron and ironing board.

With rates starting at just $150.00, this deal is an exceptional value!  To book this special stay, call reservations at 800-953-4800, ext. 3. This package will no longer be available after March 31, 2013! If you need a late check-in, simply tell reservations at the time you book your stay. Complimentary Valet Parking is available.

Celebrate a special occasion, or receive the most value out of your stay with one of our hotel packages. Visit www.themillcasino.com/accommodations/packages to learn what other special packages are available this season.

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Coquille Tribal Community Fund Awards $207,000 to 2013 Grant Recipients at The Mill Casino

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“Every year at this time the members of the Coquille Indian Tribe take great pride in being able to give back to the many communities that we call home. The needs are great throughout our region, and we are pleased that our Community Fund can provide some much needed assistance.” -Coquille Tribal Council Chair Brenda Meade

The Coquille Tribal Community Fund awarded $207,000 in grants to the following 34 area non-profit organizations and public agencies this week:

  • Alternative Youth Activities – $2,000 to expand production aspects of the mushroom project.
  • Bandon Historical Society Museum – $2,000 for wall and floor displays.
  • Chetco Historical Memorial Committee – $5,000 for cement benches at the memorial.
  • Coos Bay Seventh-Day Adventist Food Pantry – $9,000 for food purchases.
  • Coos County Friends of Public Health – $5,000 for health service vouchers.
  • Coos County STEP – $10,000 for a hatchery alarm system.
  • Coos Historical & Maritime Museum – $35,000 for Maritime Museum and Plaza.
  • Crossroads Community Café – $5,000 for a pilot project involving nursing students.
  • Dolphin Players – $2,000 for theater infrastructure.
  • Ecumenical Emergency Food Cupboard – $6,000 for food purchases.
  • Egyptian Theatre Preservation Assoc. – $10,000 for structural improvements.
  • First United Methodist Church – $3,500 for Blossom Gulch Snack Pack program.
  • Helping Hand of Myrtle Point – $4,000 for emergency aid.
  • LEAF – $2,000 for the After School program.
  • Maslow Project – $5,800 for homeless youth services.
  • ORCCA-Share Bear Snack Pack program – $6,000 for food purchases.
  • Over the Rainbow, Inc. – $2,000 for horse feed for special needs kids program.
  • Pacific School of Dance – $1,700 for portable sound systems.
  • Pearl Buck Center, Inc. – $5,000 for nutritional meals for preschoolers.
  • Point Man Ministries Outpost 101 – $20,000 for veteran services.
  • Port Orford Arts Council – $2,000 for art supplies for elementary students.
  • Powers Food Pantry – $6,000 for food purchases.
  • Powers High School – $4,000 for school breakfast and lunch program.
  • Project Blessing Food Bank – $5,000 for food purchases.
  • Restoration Worship Center Food Pantry – $5,000 for food purchases.
  • Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for a new truck for store.
  • SBEC Senior Nutrition Program – $10,000 for home meal delivery for seniors.
  • Siuslaw Outreach Services – $5,000 for emergency assistance vouchers.
  • SMART – $2,500 for one-on-one reading support.
  • Southern Oregon Honor Flight – $5,000 for an honor flight for 10 veterans.
  • Southern Oregon Project Hope – $5,000 for homeless aid.
  • T.H.E. House – $5,000 for transportation costs and kitchen upgrades.
  • Women’s Safety and Resource Center – $3,000 for a Coddington Place advocate.
  • Zonta Service Foundation – $3,500 for school supplies.

Each year the Coquille Indian Tribe has set aside a portion of the gaming revenues from The Mill Casino to support projects in the Tribe’s five-county service area. Since its inception in 2001, the Fund has distributed more than $4.3 million to support charitable efforts throughout the region.

Grants authorized by the Fund’s Board of Trustees provided over $125,000 to programs providing food and other assistance to individuals and families in need as well as programs targeted specifically to children.

“As has been true in most years, the requests for funding far outstripped our resources,” said Sheldon Chase, Board of Trustees chairman. “We were able to provide grants to a wide variety of programs, but the Trustees agreed that funding programs that serve the most vulnerable members of our communities would have our highest priority.”

The Coquille Tribal Community Fund supports non-profit and governmental organizations with projects in the areas of education, health, public safety, problem gaming, environmental issues, arts and culture and historic preservation. Funds are managed and distributed by a board of trustees comprised of community leaders, a gubernatorial appointee and representatives of the Coquille Indian Tribe and the Coquille Economic Development Corporation.

The fund reflects the commitment of the Coquille Indian Tribe to take a proactive, positive role in the well-being of the community. The Tribe is among the largest employers in Coos County.

For organizations wishing to be considered for the next round of funding, the deadline for applications is Aug. 31. For more information, visit the Fund Web site at www.coquilletribalfund.org.

Valentine’s Day 2013 at The Mill Casino

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For most, it just wouldn’t feel like Valentines Day without a special dinner or evening out.

If you are planning to be in the Coos Bay/North Bend/Charleston area this February 14th, we’ve got you covered!  Come relax over a fabulous gourmet dinner and waterfront view at the Plank House Restaurant’s Valentine’s Couples Dinner!

Better yet, sweep your Valentine off their feet with a Mill Casino Romance Package that  includes accommodations in a Deluxe Bayside Room, $40 dining credit at any of our dining venues, a complimentary bottle of champagne or cider, complimentary chocolate covered strawberries and turn down service.  Rates start at $149.  To book this special stay, call reservations at 800-953-4800, ext. 3

Here is a sneak peek of the Valentine’s Couples Dinner menu prepared by Executive Chef, Mark Henry.

Starter:
Tarragon-Ginger Dungeness Crab Cake, Fried Artichoke Hearts, Champagne Vinaigrette OR Curried Asparagus Soup with Creme Fraiche

Entree:
Seared Red Snapper with Oregon Truffle Risotto and Baby Peas and Saffron Cream
Or
Herb Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Pear Potato and Balsamic Fig Reduction

Dessert:
Pauloua with Seasonal Berries, Orange Chantilly Or Sacher Cake with Homemade Coffee Ice Cream
Price: $70.00 per couple

Our Mill Club Members can also enjoy Fourteen Nights of Love through February 14, 2013, 12:01 am to 8:00 pm. Every night at 8PM from February 1st, 2013 thru February 13th, 2013, one lucky winner will be drawn to win a romantic package. Each package consists of a box of chocolates and dinner for two at various community restaurants. One grand prize winner will receive dinner for two in the Mill Casino’s Plankhouse Restaurant exclusively catered to by Executive Chef Mark Henry, a two night stay in a Jacuzzi Suite, his/her jewelry set and $100 in spending cash! Click here for details.

If you want to REALLY sweep your Valentine off their feet,  book The Mill Casino Romance Package that includes:

  • Deluxe Bayside Room
  • $40 dining credit at any of our dining venues
  • Complimentary bottle of champagne or cider
  • Complimentary chocolate covered strawberries
  • Turn down service

Rates start at $149.  To book this special stay, call reservations at 800-953-4800, ext. 3

Make your reservations now for the Valentine’s Couple Dinner on February 14, 2013! Enjoy a couple’s night out and this fabulous gourmet dinner on Valentine’s Day in the Plank House Restaurant.

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