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Consolidated Communications Awards Gift of $1,250 to Youth Services of Kittitas County

Youth Services Mentor Program Chosen by Employees to Receive Special Donation in Recognition of Company’s 125th Anniversary                                                                  

ELLENSBURG, Wash. – Sept. 16, 2019Consolidated Communications (NASDAQ: CNSL) a leading broadband and business communications provider, awarded a special donation of $1,250 to Youth Services Mentor Program of Kittitas County in celebration of the Company’s 125th anniversary.

Consolidated Communications is marking its 125th year with special contributions to organizations across the country. These special contributions are in addition to Consolidated’s annual contributions across its service areas.

Employees selected Youth Services to receive the contribution and presented a check to Crystal Church, executive director of Youth Services of Kittitas County on Sept. 11. The organization pairs at-risk children and youths with adults in the community, providing friendship and connection. Youth are referred by schools, parents, community members, probation and juvenile courts. Adult volunteers come from Rotary Clubs, service organizations, Central Washington University, and the community at large.

“We’re pleased to make this special contribution to Youth Services of Kittitas County in recognition of Consolidated Communications’ 125 years of serving customers,” said Michelle Schock, commercial sales staff specialist for Consolidated. “Building stronger communities and supporting organizations that make an impact on our community are at the heart of our tradition of giving. Our employees support our company value of building stronger communities, and I’m pleased to say they selected Youth Services of Kittitas County to receive this gift.

Consolidated Communications employees presented a check to the volunteers, youths and staff for Youth Services of Kittitas County on Sept. 11, 2019. 

“Thank you, we are so appreciative,” said Crystal Church, executive director of Youth Services of Kittitas County. “We are most known for our mentoring services, focusing on connecting youth to positive, competent adults who can be a friend along their journey. Human connection is key to building resilience, and at Youth Services we foster that connection through all our programs. Thank you for supporting us in our mission to help build connections for our youth and for the community.”

Throughout the year, Consolidated Communications employees will vote on the organizations to receive a contribution in recognition of the company’s anniversary.

About Consolidated Communications
Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: CNSL) is a leading broadband and business communications provider serving consumers, businesses, and wireless and wireline carriers across rural and metro communities and a 23-state service area. Leveraging an advanced fiber network spanning 37,000 fiber route miles, Consolidated Communications offers a wide range of communications solutions, including: high-speed Internet, data, phone, security, managed services, cloud services and wholesale, carrier solutions. From our first connection 125 years ago, Consolidated is dedicated to turning technology into solutions, connecting people and enriching how they work and live. Visit for more information.


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