The Mill supports community assistance for local federal workers
North Bend, Ore. – The Mill Casino is joining with other members of the community in support of local federal employees affected by the government shutdown – beginning with a $2,500 donation to the South Coast Food Share.
“From our waterfront location, we see members of the Coast Guard working hard every day to protect all of us,” said Mill General Manager Terri Porcaro. “These and the many other federal government employees who work on our behalf and are now missing paychecks deserve our support during this shutdown.”
In addition to its initial donation, The Mill will be a host site for canned food donations to the South Coast Food Share beginning Saturday, Jan. 19. Items most needed include canned meats and proteins, like jerky or canned tuna, and meals in a can with a pop top.
The Mill’s Saw Blade Buffet also will be participating by donating 25 percent of all proceeds from the Sunday Dinner Buffet on Jan. 27. All donations will be earmarked for local community members affected by the shutdown.
About The Mill Casino
Among the largest employers in Coos County, The Mill Casino • Hotel & RV Park maintains an active program of community involvement that includes financial and in-kind support for area non-profit and service organizations. Owned by the Coquille Indian Tribe, The Mill furthers the Tribe’s tradition of sharing through its donations program as well as its financial support of the Coquille Tribal Community Fund. To learn more about The Mill’s philanthropic programs, visit www.themillcasino.com.
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Katherine Hoppe, 541-756-8800 ext. 2296 or e-mail email@example.com.
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The Mill Casino celebrates the grand opening of the expanded Warehouse 101
North Bend, Ore. – Join with eight regional breweries in celebrating the grand opening of the newly expanded Warehouse 101 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4 at The Mill Casino • Hotel & RV Park.
With a new bar reaching out onto the casino gaming floor, The Mill’s sports and entertainment lounge now gives sports enthusiasts 18 screens to follow all of the action. The change also means that the inside bar and dining areas are now smoke-free.
To celebrate these changes, Warehouse 101 will be giving out free t-shirts (while supplies last), free appetizers and plenty of brewery giveaways. The North Bend High School state championship football game will be shown throughout the afternoon.
Eight regional breweries also will be on hand with samples of their top creations. Guests may purchase a $5 beer sample card for one sample from each of the participating breweries. All proceeds from the cards will go to the North Bend High School Booster Club.
For more information about the Warehouse 101 Grand Opening Celebration, call 541-756-8800 or visit www.themillcasino.com.