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Art & Photo Contests

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Published:2018-04-14 County
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Art & Photo Contests

Snohomish County PUD today announced the names of 17 local students who won awards in the utility’s 2018 art and photography competitions. The contests are designed to engage students and the community in energy topics. Students from 35 local schools submitted entries this year. 

Art Contest Winners

The art contest challenged students to create a poster with the theme of “PUD in your community.”  Twelve students won awards as follows:

 

  • Reaghan Higuera-Lyons                  Kindergarten                Index Elementary
  • Michelle O'Malley                            Grade 2                        Holy Rosary School
  • Lola Gordon                                   Grade 3                        Index Elementary       
  • Cordelia Alford                               Grade 4                        Twin City Elementary
  • Cade Farmer                                  Grade 5                        Serene Lake Elementary         
  • Kira Thompson                               Grade 5                       Serene Lake Elementary
  • Nanako Kempma                            Grade 6                        Tenth Street Middle School
  • Raquel Lara                                   Grade 6                        Tenth Street Middle School     
  • Jasmine Ballesteros                        Grade 8                        Eisenhower Middle School     
  • Henry Gordon                                Grade 8                        Index Elementary       
  • Paige Johnson                                Grade 9                        Glacier Peak High School       
  • Saige Skuja                                   Grade 9                        Glacier Peak High School       

                                               

Photography Contest

For the PUD photography contest, high school students were challenged to capture the theme of “Energy in Action” in a photograph. Five students won awards, as follows:

 

  • Lillian Castanera                            Grade 9            Stanwood High School
  • Valarie Vancleve                           Grade 10           Lake Stevens High School
  • Anna Muszynski                            Grade 11          Glacier Peak High School
  • Shelby Nelson                               Grade 11          Snohomish High School
  • Shelby Northen                              Grade 12          Glacier Peak High School

 

The winners of the competitions will be recognized at the April 24, 2018, PUD Board of Commissioners meeting. The art and photography contest winners’ entries will be on display through Friday, April 27, 2018, in the lobby of the PUD’s Everett headquarters at 2320 California Street.  They also are posted on the PUD website at www.snopud.com (click on Education/Contests & Camps).




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