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DMEA Seeks Nominees to Fill Charitable Trust Vacancies

February 17th, 2016

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DMEA Seeks Nominees to Fill Charitable Trust Vacancies


Delta-Montrose Electric Association’s (DMEA) Operation Round Up Charitable Trust is seeking to fill two upcoming vacancies for their District #3 and North Region trustee positions. Trustees serve three-year terms and are limited to a total of four terms. They are responsible for distributing donations from the funds collected through DMEA’s Operation Round Up program.

Operation Round Up is a charitable giving program funded directly by DMEA members. Participating members choose to round up their monthly electric bill. The rounded up portions from all participating member bills are deposited into a separate account and are used to grant donations to worthwhile organizations, projects, charities, and individuals.

Trustees are responsible for reviewing applications and granting donations on behalf of the cooperative. The trust is made up of nine volunteers who represent different geographic regions within DMEA’s service territory. DMEA is currently accepting nominations to fill two vacancies that will be available in the spring. Interested members must be residents of District #3 or the North Region. To submit your name for consideration contact, Becky Mashburn, DMEA Marketing and PR Administrator at becky.mashburn@dmea.com<mailto:becky.mashburn@dmea.com> or (970) 240-1263.

District and Region information: District #3 includes Somerset, Crawford, Paonia, Hotchkiss and the rural surrounding areas. The North Region includes the northern half of the co-op’s service territory from approximately halfway between Olathe and Delta to the northern boundary. To confirm in which district you reside, contact DMEA at 1-877-687-3632.

Learn more about DMEA’s Operation Round Up program online at http://www.dmea.com/content/operation-roundup.

DMEA is a rural electric distribution cooperative, located in Montrose, Colorado.  DMEA was originally founded in 1938, as Delta-Montrose Rural Power Lines Association. A board of directors from nine districts covering three counties governs the cooperative.  DMEA serves approximately 32,000 residential, commercial and industrial meters, on over 3,000 miles of cooperative owned distribution line.


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