Tuscan Highlands, Southern Highlands’ new multifamily community focused on wellbeing, hosted a tribute dinner ceremony on Jan. 8 to recognize and show gratitude to frontline first responders going above and beyond the call of service throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three heroes, North Las Vegas Fire Department Fireman Keith Armington, Medical/Respiratory Therapist at St. Rose Dominican Hospital Siena Campus Britney Alldredge and SWAT Team Metro Police Officer Ryan Rotta, were awarded staycation packages; they included a much-deserved three-day relaxing stay at the community with $100 daily food credit at Becca’s Restaurant and Lounge, complimentary Sunday brunch personally prepared by Becca’s Chef Louie, cabana rentals next to the heated pools and their choice of either a spa or sports package to get the most out of Tuscan Highlands’ wellness-oriented amenities.
The socially distanced event took place at Tuscan Highlands’ onsite restaurant, Becca’s Restaurant and Lounge, with an Italian meal served to invited guests.
The three nominated “heroes” were honored and presented with certificates, and attendees heard from local executives and officials including County Commissioner Justin Jones and a special message from Gov. Steve Sisolak.
This is the first dinner and tribute ceremony in a series that Tuscan Highlands is planning.
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