Now that power is restored to all their customers, co-mo electric is looking to use the snowstorm to raise money for charity.
Wed, 06 Mar 2013 17:15:59 GMT — Now that power is restored to all their customers, Co-Mo Electric Cooperative is looking to use the snowstorm to raise money for charity. The company is selling "I Survived the Rocky Snowpocalypse" t-shirts to raise money for the Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri's Buddy Pack program. The Buddy Pack Program gives children who would otherwise go hungry a backpack filled with food on Friday afternoons in school. T-shirts are $12 for infant and child sizes, $13 for youth and adult sizes and $15 for 2 XL and above. Click here to purchase a t-shirt.
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