WARM helps with utility bills

RANGELY — The WARM program committee is back on a regular schedule of meeting the second Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. at Rangely Town Hall.
The Winter Assistance Relief Management ( WARM) program is managed by volunteers from the community and is supported by donations.
The Town of Rangely trustees has again agreed to a generous donation. Energy Outreach of Colorado has given support through their grant program and many local companies and individuals have been donating to keep the program going.
The goal of WARM is to assist Rangely area residents in need and are having a problem paying their utility bills. Applications for assistance may be picked up at the utility desk at town hall. Special circumstances, not just income, are considered and priority is given to the elderly and families with young children.
Donations may be made at the town utility office either in conjunction with your monthly bill payment or separately.

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