Glasgow Soroptimist members receive a $1,000 check from the TransCanada Keystone Pipeline in support of the Block of Bucks. TransCanada Keystone Pipeline, an industry leader in North American energy infrastructure, operates Northern Border Pipeline. TransCanada Keystone Pipeline's community investment team, which supports nonprofit organizations that focus on education, children and the environment, is responsible for this donation. They state they are proud to be a part of the energy and enthusiasm surrounding this community initiative. Teresa Tade, center, a Soroptimist member, receives the check from Joe French, a technician with TransCanada Northern Border Pipeline. Also pictured are, from left, Austin Green, volunteer from the Glasgow High School Student Council, and in back, Soroptimist members Cheryl Jansa, Judy Idler, Janet Plant and Peggy Sain.
10 Years Ago
Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012
Glasgow Superintendent Bob Connors addressed about 20 school administrators and community members at a School Building Committee meeting Monday, explaining the splitting of the school bond issue into two ques...