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Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Donates $50,000 for
 CEathedral City Public Safety
ach year, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians donates $25,000 to both the Cathedral City fire and police departments. This generosity helps elevate the functions of both departments that serve the residents of Cathedral City.
data terminals enhance firefighter safety and allow for faster responses, but the terminals will ultimately help save lives.
According to Police Chief George Crum, the police department plans to use its $25,000 grant to purchase 22 new workstation computers and replace outdated systems for everyday use by its police officers. This will allow for a more efficient use of officers’ time as they can easily input reports and use the new technology for processing and investigating criminal activity.
The $25,000 donation to the fire department was accepted recently by Fire Chief John Muhr, who stated that the grant will allow the department to purchase new mobile data terminals for each of the fire engines/trucks, ambulances, and the department’s mobile command center. Having these new terminals will allow firefighters and ambulance personnel to receive, for the first time
ever, real time information from the City’s communications dispatch center while in route to an emergency. As the dispatch center is taking a 9-1-1 call and entering the notes into their computer, it will be sent simultaneously to the fire engine and/or ambulance. This will provide first responders with immediate information about what is happening on scene when they arrive. Not only will the new mobile
Sycuan Donates $10,000 to the National MS Society
ycuan Casino Resort proudly donated $10,000 to the National MS Society Pacific South Coast Chapter in support of their virtual Walk MS San Diego on April 10th. Sycuan has been a longtime supporter of Walk MS since 2009.
Several Sycuan team members participated in the annual walk to celebrate the resiliency and strength of the MS community.
Walk MS brings together passionate people from communities across the country to rally for a world free of MS. Last year, despite the covid-19 pandemic, nearly 100,000 participants came together to give a voice to the MS movement and bring us closer to a cure, collectively raising over $24 million to change the world for everyone affected by this disease.
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MAY 2021
Bingo at Sycuan is back with daily sessions including Matinee i at 9:30 a.m., Matinee ii at
11:45 a.m., Matinee iii at 2 p.m., and Evening Sessions at 6 p.m. The Sycuan Clean Team will sanitize between each session, and players will be spread out through the 850-seat Bingo Hall. Games will be limited capacity to ensure safe distancing between players. Know what to expect and what’s expected of you prior to your next visit by visiting
Mother’s Day Bingo: Sycuan Bingo at Sycuan Casino Resort is celebrating Mother’s Day in a big way! Reserve your seat now and receive a Mother’s Day gift with buy-in.
On Sunday, May 9th it’s Mother’s Day Matinee Madness with over $64,000 Must Go! Two Matinee sessions are at 9 a.m. and at 1 p.m. Each session consists of 15 regular games paying
$1,000 first prize with $500 Daubers Chance. All jackpot consolations pay $1,000. And in the Mother’s Day Evening Extravaganza at 6 p.m. over $97.000 Must Go! $50 Night, 10 Regular Games
pay $2,500. Jackpots must go $2,500 (Advantage, Double Action and Pick 8). Bonanza Jackpot must go $1,500, Mega Jackpot must go $3,500, and Super Jackpot must go $4,500. Plus, $50,000 Blackout Game Must Go!
Cinco de Mayo: Wednesday, May 5th, all sessions, 55 free cards with initial electronic buy-in.
Memorial Day: Monday, May 31st, Matinee Special, Matinee i at 9 a.m., Matinee ii at 1 p.m. Evening Special, buy one get one free during Evening Session.
Sizzling $7: Saturdays and Sundays during Matinee iii, $7 minimum buy-in. Regular games pay $700, no Dauber’s Chance.
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