Odawa Casino, owned and operated by the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, recently presented a $3,000 check to The Manna Food Project. Odawa Casino hosted the Diced Competition inside Ovation Hall. The competition paired local celebrities with local chefs in a cooking competition. Guests were able to taste some delicious appetizers that were directly from the competitors kitchens.
David Wolf, Odawa Casino’s General Manager commented, “The Diced Competition was a success and an enjoyable evening for those in attendance. It is great to see the response to these events to help out our community.”
Kathy Hart, Executive Director of The Manna Food Project commented, “$3,000 can help provide up to 37,500 meals to families in our area! An event like the “Diced Competition” shows how bringing a group together for a common cause and having fun along the way can make a difference. Everyone doing a little can change the world! Thank you again for you generosity, creativity, and sharing.”
Owned and operated by the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, the $140 million Odawa Casino Resort in Petoskey opened in June, 2007 and features 1,300 slot machines, 29 table games, a 6 table Poker Room, several restaurants, gift stores, a nightclub and a 137-room hotel.