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(AUDIO) Area entities receive money through CCPPD’s Operation Round-Up

(AUDIO) Area entities receive money through CCPPD’s Operation Round-Up

Cuming County Public Power District’s Operation Round-Up board members met on September 30th with area organizations being awarded a total of over $5,000. Communications Manager Nicki White explains where the money comes from.

White tells KTIC News that many entities received funds.

Howells-Dodge Schools
Trails & Pathways

Also receiving $500 was Just-A-Stitch Quilt Guild Fabric & Batting for Quilts for Valor for Veterans, while Cuming County Diversion or JAG Truancy Program received $300.60 for Back to School Supplies, and Randy Dunn and Wisner-Pilger Public Schools both got $250.00 for Historical Show & Tell for Students/Communities and EE Fridge & Microwave for FCS Room, respectively.

Wisner-Pilger Schools

Operation Round-Up® funds are available to any person(s), family, group, organization, or charity within the boundaries of Cuming County Public Power District. The funding can be used to address a large variety of needs.

Applications to request funds are available from the Cuming County Public Power District office, emailed, or online at www.ccppd.com. There are separate applications for organizations/agencies and individuals and/or families.

Click here to listen to Interview with White 

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