Claremore Business Donates to Food Bank

Community Impact Team members from Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs stopped by The Good Samaritan Ministry, Inc. to drop off 623 items from our employee-led canned food drive.

“This is a great time to do this because this time of year gets really hard for people,” said Wilma Ericson, kitchen manager at Good Samaritan. “We really appreciate all you’ve brought.”

 “I am extremely thankful for all our employees who donated for our canned food drive,” said Michele Mendenhall, community impact team captain at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs. “It’s a wonderful time when we are able to help out others in our community that might be going through a difficult period. It’s great that we have an organization in our community like Good Samaritan Ministry to help our Rogers County citizens in need.”

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