Cherryland Retires $2.4 Million To Members In December
Cherryland’s board voted to retire approximately $2.4 million in capital credits to the membership this December. This amount is a direct passthrough of the retirement Cherryland will receive from its power supplier, Wolverine Power Supply Cooperative, that same month. The amount retired to each member can be found on the December billing statements.
Cherryland Cares Awards $5,350 To Two Nonprofits
At their third-quarter board meeting, the Cherryland Cares board awarded grants to Acme Christian Thrift Store & Food Pantry and Bethany Christian Services. Cherryland Cares has awarded nearly $30,000 in grants to area nonprofit agencies this year.
The Cherryland Cares board is comprised of five volunteer Cherryland members. The funds distributed by Cherryland Cares are a result of members electing to round up their monthly bills to the nearest dollar.
If you are an area nonprofit agency seeking financial help, fourth-quarter grant applications are due Friday, Dec. 6. For more information, please call Shannon Mattson at 231-486-9234 or email at email@example.com.
Cherryland Office Closed Over Holidays
In observance of the holidays, the Cherryland office will be closed on the following dates:
Thursday, Nov. 28, and Friday, Nov. 29, for Thanksgiving
Tuesday, Dec. 24, and Wednesday, Dec. 25, for Christmas
Tuesday, Dec. 31, and Wednesday, Jan. 1, for New Year’s
Line crews are on call to respond to any outages or emergencies. You can report your outage through SmartHub or by calling us at 231-486-9200.
Members May Dispose Christmas Trees At Cherryland
Cherryland members are reminded that Christmas trees can be discarded at Cherryland’s office in Grawn. Trees can be dropped off on the right side of the Cherryland parking lot as you are driving in, just beyond where the two parking lots meet. This service is offered free to co-op members.
Co-op Connections Card Benefits To Expire January 1
As of January 1, 2020, Cherryland members will no longer be able to use the Touchstone Energy Co-op Connections Card to receive discounts on products and services from participating businesses, including pharmacies.
Last Chance To Receive Energy Efficiency Rebates For 2019
Members interested in making energy efficiency upgrades in their homes or businesses must have the measures purchased and installed prior to Dec. 31 to receive a rebate from the co-op. Upgrades performed after Dec. 31 are not eligible for 2019 rebates.
If you have questions regarding rebates, visit our website or contact Tammy Haworth at 231-486-9261 or firstname.lastname@example.org.