The Anderson Shiro Consolidated Independent School District will start spring break $10,000 wealthier next week, thanks to recently becoming the focus of a new grant program from two tag-teaming companies, one of which is right here in Grimes County.
Midsouth Synergy’s Erin Hughes tells Navasota News, Co-Bank and Midsouth each donated $5000 through the banks’ matching program to support local organizations.
It’s just one way, she reveals, the cooperative local energy provider is giving back to the community.
As long as co bank chooses to be an ally, Hughes continues, Midsouth will continue to reach out to schools within its service territory, after working out any bugs in the program.
In the meantime she says, now that Anderson-Shiro students are learning about renewable energies, the co-op can’t wait to see what they come up with.