Renville-Sibley Cooperative Power Association
Operation Round Up
The Operation Round Up program began on the statement members received in June. This program rounds up the member's electric bill to the next even dollar amount. That amount is then pooled together to do good work in the community. A board of trustees, which is different from the board of directors, will manage the funds. They will review applications from organizations requesting funds and determine where to donate and how much to give each organization. Continue to read the monthly newsletter to find out more about the Operation Round Up program.
Are you interested in traveling to Alaska in 2020? Renville-Sibley is offering this exciting trip to members and their family and friends.
Special trip promotions are available for a limited time.
Contact Four Seasons Vacations at 507-373-4705 for more information.
Renville-Sibley Cooperative Power Association is headquartered in Danube, MN. The cooperative is owned by the membership and delivers power to just over 1,900 electric accounts throughout Renville County, as well as portions of Sibley, Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Redwood, and Nicollet counties.
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