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Monroe County Co-Op Gives Support To Local Senior Sites

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Waterloo Senior Site Volunteer Marti Arnold, center, accepts a donation from MCEC Office Manager Alisa Wood and MCEC Accounting Specialist Julie Rohr, right.
Waterloo Senior Site Volunteer Marti Arnold, center, accepts a donation from MCEC Office Manager Alisa Wood and MCEC Accounting Specialist Julie Rohr, right.

Monroe County Electric Cooperative (MCEC) continues to strive on their Commitment To Community pledge. The Co-op recently showed their support area food programs and pantries. In 2019, MCEC, including directors and employees, donated over $6,500 to five area Senior Sites – Waterloo, Columbia, Millstadt, Smithton and Red Bud. These sites provide affordable meals to the …

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