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Customer patronage supports Hurley K-12 School

 

September 13, 2019

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Hurley Education Foundation members receive a Cash for Kids check for Hurley Public School from Midland Services, Inc., on Sept. 6 before the Hurley High School Northstars game against the Rosholt High School Hornets at Veterans Memorial Field. From left, Greg Massoglia, of Midland Co-op, Anna Lardinois, Peter Sturgul, Joel Enking, Kathy Santini and Gary Pelkola of the Hurley Education Foundation, followed by Tammie Bartels and Ronda Svoboda of Midland Co-op. The funds are possible from client directed profit sharing of annual co-op profits.

By TOM LAVENTURE

tlaventure@yourdailyglobe.com

HURLEY, Wis. - The Hurley Education Foundation added $20,508 to its budget thanks to a community that puts students before profits.

For the past nine years the Cash for Kids program of Midland Services, Inc., has allowed the customer-owners of the cooperative business organization to forego their annual percentage of cash and equity profits to several area school districts, said Trent Allen, general manager of Midland Services Inc., which brands under Midland Energy.

There is no cost to the customer-owner for the patronage, he said. When they p...



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