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Crow Wing Power distributes Operation Round-Up donations

Crow Wing Power distributes Operation Round-Up donations The Crow Wing Power Community Trust Board donated $52,825 to local community programs during its second quarter meeting in April. Operation Round-Up funds were distributed to the following ...

Crow Wing Power distributes Operation Round-Up donations

The Crow Wing Power Community Trust Board donated $52,825 to local community programs during its second quarter meeting in April. Operation Round-Up funds were distributed to the following projects:

$700 to American Red Cross Blood Drive, Brainerd; $500 to Bethel Ladies Quilters for the Needy, Brainerd; $500 to Deerwood Seniors; $400 to Children’s Fishing Program, Brainerd; $800 to Brainerd Area Education Center, Warrior Worker Program.

$1,375 to The Center, Brainerd; $2,000 to Kinship Partners, Brainerd; $2,500 to Morrison County United Way, Imagination Library, Little Falls; $2,500 to United Way of Crow Wing and Cass Counties, Imagination Library, Brainerd; $250 to Brainerd Area Quilters for the Needy.

$1,500 to Lutheran Social Service Senior Nutrition, Pierz; $2,000 to Northland Arboretum, Brainerd; $2,000 to Camp Olson YMCA, Longville; $2,000 to Pillager Area Fire Protection; $2,000 to Aadzuhman Shrine Club, Brainerd; $500 to Brainerd Seniors.

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