reusable aluminum water bottles to $750 to the City of Mt. Sterling to help with equipping squad cars with AED’s.

This brings the total amount of Penny Power grant money handed out to over $406,000 since the program began.

The Penny Power Program is funded by members of Adams Electric Cooperative who have their bills rounded up to the nearest dollar each month.

Pictured: Jennie Van De Velde, Immanuel Lutheran Church Kid's Club Chairperson, with the $400 grant check that put the Penny Power program over the $400,000 mark.

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