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Contributed photo Representing some of the organizations receiving Operation Round Up grants in March (front row from left to right): McKenna Blehr, Ashton Hagen and Page Stack, Family Career and Community Leaders of America; June Coziahr, Lowry First Responders; Sharolyn Sievert and her dog Ariel, Central Lakes Search and Rescue; (middle row from left to right): Kathy Viereck, Spruce Hill Foundation; Chris Mitchell, Grant County Humane Society; Pat Anderson, Thorson Memorial Library; Jackie Ramey, Nutr...

Small change makes a difference with REA's Operation Round Up

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Runestone Electric Association's Operation Round Up has distributed more than $447,375 in grants to community-minded groups and organizations throughout the cooperative's service territory since its inception seven years ago.


More than 66 percent of REA members allow their bills to be rounded up an average of 51 cents per month, amounting to $6.39 per participating member for the year.

The following 21 area organizations shared $13,375 in grants from Operation Round Up:

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