In April, Black Hills Energy Arkansas made a special delivery to Osceola High School in Osceola, Arkansas.
Employees Hollie Echols, an operations support specialist and ambassador, and Helen Nelms, a materials coordinator, presented a donation of $500 to Osceola High School Principal Toshiba Pugh.
The donation will be used to help students become acclimated to high school through various activities, including career planning, introduction to math foundation skills and writing/reading comprehension.
Supporting education in the communities we serve is something Black Hills Energy is proud to do.
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