Black Hawk Gaming Co. grants $100K to AEA 267 River Hills Foundation

The Black Hawk Gaming Commission has granted $100,000 to the AEA 267 River Hills Foundation to help fund a major playground improvement project. The commission funds programs, projects and activities for organizations and communities in the Cedar Valley.

“We are thrilled by this incredible gift,” said Rod Ball, AEA 267 Assistant Director of Special Education—Instruction. “This will go a long way toward meeting our goal of establishing a modern playground facility for our AEA 267 River Hills students.”

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