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Kiowa Casino Kicks Off Hometown Heroes Event

Kiowa Casino kicks off annual 4-month Hometown Heroes event with portion of every Wednesday's gaming in March to be given to area law enforcement departments. 

"We do many events each year that give back to the community and none are more important than our Hometown Heroes event. Starting March 4 through June 24 Kiowa Casino will donate a percentage of tracked game play from each Wednesday to a variety of area first responders and not for profit organizations. Police, Fire, United Way, Red Cross, Hands to Hands Community Fund, Children's Aid Society and Faith Mission all benefit greatly from this event. We enjoy working with all these true Hometown Heroes and are humbled by how much they do for the area." Stated Jim LaPorte COO of Kiowa Casino.

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March 4,Burkburnett Police Department 

March11, Cotton County Sheriff's Department

March 18, Wichita County Sherriff's Department

March 25, Wichita Falls Police Department 

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