Mitchell Telecom on Tuesday unveiled Project Do Good. It is a project aimed at encouraging residents to put forward their best ideas for the city of Mitchell. The best ideas submitted will receive funds as well as other services and aid. Mitchell Telecom has committed $30,000 to the project. There are three categories for the ideas: live, work, and play. Submissions will be accepted until September. For more information, log on to www.DoGoodMitchell.com.
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