Operation Round Up at work in your community

Posted on May 29 2019 in Orange County REMC

Orange County REMC is proud to announce that $9,573.39 was awarded to local schools, organizations and civic groups and students in the most recent round of grants. This brings the total Operation Round Up grants given back to the community to over $488,019.80!

We appreciate the many REMC members who allow us to round up their electric bills each month to the next dollar. As you can see, all those nickles, dimes and pennies are adding up to make a big difference in our community. 

If you are not currently participating in Operation Round Up, please contact the office and fill out a one-time opt-in form. The form can also be found at www.myremc.coop, in the “News And Events” section.

Listed below is a summary of the most recent grants that were awarded.

Lawrence County Cancer Patient Services — $600
Paoli Public Library — $3,500
Springs Valley High School Varsity Baseball — $2,500
Orange County Sheriff Department K-9 unit — $500
Springs Valley Youth Football — $1,123.39

Orange County REMC’s Stacy Slaten presents a Operation Round Up grant to Mike Allstot of Springs Valley Youth Football.

Orange County Sheriff Joshua Babcock, Deputy K-9 handler Ryan Smith and Finn came to the Orange County REMC office to accept a $500 grant for the K-9 department. They are pictured here with the REMC’s Stacy Slaten.