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Rolling Hills Casino
2655 Barham Avenue
Corning, California 96021
Company Description: As Rolling Hills Casino celebrates its tenth anniversary this week, local dignitaries and Tribal and community leaders reflect on the accomplishments of the Casino... more
September is National Literacy Month, highlighting the importance of reading skills in lifelong success. Literacy is not just important for the future of our children; it is vital to the economic health of Tehama County.
“The vision we have of Tehama County as offering safe, caring neighborhoods, quality schools, and thriving employment opportunities depends upon education,” said Kate Grissom, Marketing Director of Rolling Hills Casino.
“Education in Tehama County is a priority of ours,” said John Crosby, Economic Development Director for the tribe. “Education is the foundation of everything we envision for our children and our community.”
Currently, only 13% of our County’s residents hold a Bachelor’s degree, while the state average is 29%.
Since it’s establishment in July 31, 2002, Rolling Hills has grown to include the casino, three restaurants, two hotels, an 18-hole golf course, hunting and fishing club, event center, RV Park, Traveler’s Center, arcade, and gas station. “We look forward to accomplishing even more in the next ten years,” said Crosby.
“Protecting our environment and natural resources is important to us, and the legacy we leave to our children,” said John Crosby of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, owners of Rolling Hills Casino and Resort. “We are very proud of this award because it reflects our commitment to be environmentally responsible and reduce our carbon footprint.”
Pictured above: Jeff Realander, CFO, Kate Grissom, Marketing Director, Wayne McIvor, Facilities Manager, Larry Brandon, PGE, Gary Poynor, COO.