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From a butterfly garden to building a ramp for a veteran, CoServ Employees are excited to volunteer in the community again.
With a heavy heart, we share the news about the passing of Brandon Sandmann, a beloved CoServ Employee. He passed away Wednesday.
CoServ's linemen crews are coming home from Louisiana Tuesday evening after spending several days restoring power in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
CoServ partnered with the Lake Cities Chamber of Commerce for the blood drive again
Participants can register now for the next blood drive.
The Frisco RoughRiders have led all Double-A franchises in attendance for the last 15 seasons and if you go to a home game it's easy to understand why.
The blood drive will be in the newly remodeled Independence Room at CoServ headquarters, 7701 S. Stemmons Freeway, Corinth. Registration is open now for CoServ Employees, Lake Cities Chamber businesses and the general public. To sign up, visit redcrossblood.org, enter the sponsor code “COSERV” in the Find a Blood Drive box and then select your time slot.
We had a blast this past weekend at Frisco Freedom Fest in Frisco, Texas. One of highlights was representing CoServ on a panel of local judges for Taste of Frisco. Each year, judges from the Frisco city council and other entities taste entries submitted by food vendors at the event. Each of the competing vendors are local businesses based in Frisco and a few surrounding cities. There are some talented food artists in the area!
Frisco Freedom Fest will mark the city’s first large-scale public event since shutdowns began taking place all over North Texas in March of 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It has always been a festive weekend for Frisco, its leaders and residents. With FC Dallas now operating at full capacity and people eager to celebrate, it should be even more exciting this year.
Donating money to charity is great but Kathryn Flores wanted to do more – and she wanted her sons to learn the importance of serving the less fortunate in their community. That led her to start Mission Moms.
CoServ’s trademarked board game teaches critical thinking, strategy, basic math and finance skills, teamwork and hand-eye coordination. Players get a taste of what it is like to lead an electric cooperative while also being an Electric Lineman in the field.