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7 Cedars Casino buys golf course

2 January 2007

SEQUIM, Washington – (PRESS RELEASE) -- 7 Cedars Casino announced today that it has purchased Dungeness Golf Course; terms of the deal were not announced.

Located on 122 acres in the "rain shadow" of the Olympic Peninsula, the Dungeness Golf Course is considered one of the top courses because of its playability year round in the Northwest. Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, owner of the 7 Cedars Casino, is one of the few Washington tribes to take an ownership position in a golf course.

"The acquisition of Dungeness Golf Course is another major step toward the future expansion of the 7 Cedars resort," said Tribal Council Chair Ron Allen. "We plan on renovating the course and clubhouse, making it one the area can be proud of. The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe will continue to expand its presence on the Olympic Peninsula through the development of a major luxury hotel and gas station and country market."

Built in 1970, Dungeness boasts a 6,456-yard, 18-hole championship golf course with both hospitality and banquet functions. The Tribe will begin running the course immediately and will improve the golfing experience by updating of the cart fleet and re-cutting of the cart paths. New construction of a clubhouse is expected to break ground in the near future.

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