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Direct Lines: CoServ Board connects with communities

10 May 2017

In the May issue of Direct Lines, the CoServ Electric Board of Directors makes connections with Members across CoServ’s service territory.

These newsletters include a conversation with a neighbor in Argyle about the early days of Denton County Electric Cooperative; an account of how a community service project in San Diego reminded one Board Member of an important cooperative principle; and presentations of grants to education foundations in Aubrey, Frisco, McKinney, Ponder and Sanger.

Also in this edition, the CoServ Board invites Members to attend the CoServ Annual Meeting on June 8 and to sign in to myaccount.coserv.com to pay their bills, sign up for a free Energy Assessment and other programs like CoServ Alerts.

Below you'll find links to Direct Lines, each with an individualized message on the front and, on the back, a look at how CoServ is making a difference in the communities we serve. For more information about the Board, please click here.

RICHARD MUIR, District 1: Sanger 1 of 18 school districts CoServ supports

LEON PELZEL, District 2: Aubrey Education Foundation among 18 supported by CoServ

, District 3: CoServ Charitable Foundation grant helps McKinney ISD students take flight

CLINT BEDSOLE, District 4: Supporting tomorrow's leaders today

ANNE VADEN, District 5: Electricity lightened load for women

BILL RAGSDALE, District 6: Community exists wherever people are in need

CURTIS TALLY, District 7: Support for community is a Ponder tradition

Seven democratically elected CoServ Board Directors oversee the operations of CoServ and work collectively to represent the best interests of all Members. Each Director lives in one of the seven districts that make up CoServ's service territory, and each Director represents all CoServ Members.


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