There is no greater gift for a child than the gift of learning from their own books. That’s why Highline Electric Association, your Touchstone Energy Cooperative, is proud to partner with the Imperial Community Foundation Fund to bring Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to Chase County and to our youngest co-op members. Through matching funds from Basin Electric Cooperative, Highline was able to secure $2,000 to cover the first-year costs of the program. This amount is an estimation based on the number of children projected to enroll.
The Imagination Library, a book-gifting program administered by the Dollywood Foundation, mails one book each month to children from birth to age five at no cost to the families who register.
At Highline Electric Association, we believe every child should have the opportunity to succeed and can think of no better start than ensuring the children in our communities grow up in homes filled with books that inspire a passion for reading and lifelong learning.
Parents can register online at www.imaginationlibrary.com or contact Beth or Lisa at 308-882-4754 for a registration form.
Chase County is the second county in Highline's plan to help communities throughout our territory start Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
Pictured left to right: Dennis Herman, Highline Electric General Manager, presents Imperial Community Foundation Fund representatives Brianna Pribbeno, and daughter Pearl, and Doug Gaswick with Imagination Library start-up funds. Photo Courtesy of The Holyoke Enterprise