Monument students at power company

After a power outage Feb. 8 at Monument School, the elementary students made a sign to show their power company, Columbia Power Co-op, appreciation for all they do to keep the lights on and the buildings warm, according to Monument School Superintendent Laura Thomas. Thomas said everyone at Monument School signed the poster. 

After a power outage Feb. 8 at Monument School, the elementary students made a sign to show their power company, Columbia Power Co-op, appreciation for all they do to keep the lights on and the buildings warm, according to Monument School Superintendent Laura Thomas.

Thomas said everyone at Monument School signed the poster.

{div}”Thank you, Columbia Power Co-op, for all you do,” Thomas said.

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