CNIGA also gave thanks to Dennis Hendricks, from the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians, who served as Treasurer, and Leon Benner, from the Redding Rancheria, who served as a regional representative. Mary Pontius, the staff business manager, departed as well. It was a "night of love, laughter and tears as CNIGA bids farewell via retirement to three longtime and beloved executive committee members and staff," a post on social media read. The Rincon Band hosted the gathering. CNIGA is getting ready for its 25th annual Western Indian Gaming Conference & Tradeshow. It takes place February 10-13, 2020, at the Sycuan Casino Resort, where wports betting is expected to big topic.
A night of love, laughter and tears as CNIGA bids farewell via retirement to three longtime and beloved executive...Posted by California Nations Indian Gaming Association on Wednesday, December 4, 2019
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