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Invenergy Nelson Energy Center donates to East Coloma-Nelson

East Coloma-Nelson Middle School Superintendent David Chavira (from left) stands with middle school students Leighah Conkling (from left) and Kaiyana Washington, who accept a donation from Matt Drennan, Invenergy Nelson Energy Center plant manager; Principal Brooke Dir. Invenergy presented $4,000 to the district to use for technology and science needs.This year these money will be used to purchase of desktop computers for the classrooms. Photo submitted by Chavira.
East Coloma-Nelson Middle School Superintendent David Chavira (from left) stands with middle school students Leighah Conkling (from left) and Kaiyana Washington, who accept a donation from Matt Drennan, Invenergy Nelson Energy Center plant manager; Principal Brooke Dir. Invenergy presented $4,000 to the district to use for technology and science needs.This year these money will be used to purchase of desktop computers for the classrooms. Photo submitted by Chavira.

East Coloma-Nelson Middle School Superintendent David Chavira (from left) stands with middle school students Leighah Conkling (from left) and Kaiyana Washington, who accept a donation from Matt Drennan, Invenergy Nelson Energy Center plant manager; Principal Brooke Dir. Invenergy presented $4,000 to the district to use for technology and science needs.This year these money will be used to purchase of desktop computers for the classrooms. Photo submitted by Chavira.

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