CORNING, Calif. – Rolling Hills Casino team members are refocusing their work and now serving food to those working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Those taking part served food to over 15 healthcare and medical workers, making a stop at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff with more than 100 lunches delivered.
“It’s very nice of them, it looks like great food," Scott Fedrizzi, who works at St. Elizabeth's said. "I am just very blessed and thankful.”
Representatives with Rolling Hills Casio said this is a way to support and help the local community.
The Tribal Council of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, owner and operator of Rolling Hills Casino also announced the initial reopening of The Links Golf Course and the resort's convenience store and truck lot is scheduled for Tuesday, May 5.
In order to ensure the safety of all guests, the links will limit golf carts to one rider, flagsticks will remain in the holes, and rakes will be removed to reduce opportunities for viral touch points, Rolling Hills owner said. There will also be a limited number of guests permitted in the clubhouse at any given time.
"With the opening of these select facilities, we are following regional state guidelines that were announced last week by the state of California," said Andrew Alejandre, Tribal Chairman. "During this initial reopening, we will continue to ensure that the health of our team members and guests remain our number one priority."
The casino remains temporarily closed.