ABILENE, Texas - WTU gave out $2,500 to 6 different Big Country non-profit organizations Thursday.
The grants go towards giving those agencies energy efficient upgrades that are designed to save them money on their electric bills over time.
Hope Haven, The Boys & Girls Clubs, Day Nursery of Abilene, Big Brother Big Sisters, Harmony Family Services and the National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature were the Big Country recipients.
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