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Operation Round Up® awards grants to local organizations


April 29, 2019

1st row: Michelle Sand, Operation Round Up Trust Board, Nancy O'Sullivan, Red Lake Rosie's Rescue, Kristine Cannon, Bemidji Community Theater, Marcia BMarthaler, Bemidji Sculpture Walk, Terri Melhus, Shannon Murray, Bemidji Community Special Olympics, Stacey Lundberg, Bemidji Sculpture Walk, Mary Omen, Red Lake Community Center. 2nd row: Gary Rozman, Beltrami County Historical Society, Gregory Wood, Rebecca Barrett, Red Lake Safety Camp, Denise Johnson, Bemidji Area Senior Class Party, LaVon Weidenborner, Koochiching County Fair, George-Ann Maxson, Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society, Tricia Andrews, Diamond Knispel, Headwaters School of Music & the Arts, Sue Young, St. Vincent de Paul-St.Philip's, Marilyn DeCrans, Hubbard County Sheriff's Office-K-9. 3rd row: Ed Marthaler, Bemidji Sculpture Walk, Faith McIntyre, Bemidji Community Theater, Cheri Ford, Walker Food Shelf, Rebecca Stone, Andrea Kingbird, Northwood's Battered Women's Shelter; Cori Rude, Concordia Language Villages, Jill Parson, St. Mary's Mission Elementary School, Jake Upton, Laporte School, Marcia Syverson, Senior Activity Center, Jim DeCrans, Hubbard County Sheriff's Office K-9.

Bemidji, Minn. -The Beltrami Electric Cooperative Trust Board for Operation Round Up® met recently and awarded grants to 25 area nonprofit and community organizations totaling $21,500.

Operation Round Up® is a charitable program unique to electric cooperatives and provides financial assistance to nonprofit and community based organizations in our area. A complete list of grants awarded to date can be found on the cooperative's website. Operation Round Up grant guidelines and applications can be found at


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