CVEC Awards Operation Round Up Funds to Two Local Organizations
The Chariton Valley Electric Operation Round Up® Foundation Board is proud to announce the recipients of Operation Round Up®’s 2021 second quarter funds to two local organizations.
In July, the Operation Round Up® Foundation Board reviewed the submitted applications and awarded funds to two applicants, totaling $8,000.
The Appanoose County Historical Society was awarded $5,000 to aid in the restoration of the Bland Log House and Old Sherriff’s Residence. These funds will help preserve segments of history in Appanoose County that will be able to be shared with local residents and tourists.
The Moravia Shooting Sports Program was awarded $3,000 where the funds will be utilized to purchase Garmin Xero Trapshooter Trainers. It is often difficult, to near impossible for the athletes to see where their shot actually ends up, but with these trainers, the team will be able to visually see where the shot was in relation to the target, while also keeping track of scores and response times.
CVEC is grateful our members continue to donate their small change each month that is impacting lives locally. We hope our membership continues to see the value and benefit this program brings to the communities we serve.
If you would like your non-profit organization to be considered for an Operation Round Up® grant, please visit our website at www.cvrec.com to complete the application documents by September 30, 2021.
If you are unsure if you are contributing to CVEC’s Operation Round Up® program and wish to do so, please contact our office at 641.932.7126 or visit our website at www.cvrec.com.