Monday, March 9, 2015

Top Volunteers Honored

Cherokee Nation Businesses officials are recognizing several individuals for their hard work throughout the Cherokee Nation. In addition to their everyday duties, local employees spent the past year undertaking community outreach projects and numerous volunteer efforts. The employees volunteer alongside other members of the company's Community Impact Team for a variety of outreach assignments that assist local communities.

The 2014 Community Impact Team Outstanding Volunteers:

Tiffany Johnson, Cherokee Casino Roland and Cherokee Casino Sallisaw

Billy Spradlin, Cherokee Casino Tahlequah

Michelle Borders, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa

Heather Lawson, Cherokee Casino Fort Gibson

Dezirae Godsey, Cherokee Casino Ramona

Shanesta Garcia, Cherokee Casino Tahlequah

Don McClellan, Cherokee Casino & Hotel-West Siloam Springs

Federico Garcia, Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs

Carol Wyatt, Cherokee Nation Businesses-Tulsa

Rachel Rose, Cherokee Nation Businesses-Catoosa

Becky Welch, Cherokee Nation Businesses-Tahlequah

Lindsey Bark, Cherokee Nation Industries-Pryor

Jeanetta Sellars, Cherokee Nation Industries-Stilwell

Dooge Smith, Cherokee Nation Industries-Stilwell

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, said, "We are extremely proud of these dedicated individuals and honor them with this Community Impact award, but the real reward is the personal satisfaction that naturally comes with increased engagement in civic responsibility and service toward those in need."

Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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