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Ho-Chunk fundraiser benefits Foundation of Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital

2:03 PM, Oct. 3, 2013
Senior manager of public relations Lynette LeGarde and table games operations manager Adam Estes present a check for $1,800 to the Foundation of Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital.
Senior manager of public relations Lynette LeGarde and table games operations manager Adam Estes present a check for $1,800 to the Foundation of Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital.
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Forty players competed in the third annual Pulse Pounding Poker Tournament recently, hosted by Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa. The event is held in memory of Kevin Abbott, a long time table games employee of Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa who passed away due to heart failure.

The players competed for a chance to win $5,000 for first place, a commemorative poker bracelet and their name on the Pulse Pounding Poker Tournament plaque in the Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa poker room. A total of $1,800 was raised for the Foundation of Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield from a portion of the players' entry ...

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