Snohomish County PUD 2014 Art Contest


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Snohomish County PUD is having an art contest for students in grades K-12 in Snohomish County or Camano Island.

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Snohomish County PUD 2014 Art Contest

  1. 1. 2014 Art Contest Teach Electrical Safety! Theme We use electricity all day, every day, so it’s very important to use it safely because it can be very dangerous. We invite you to use your artistic talents and creativity to design a poster that helps the PUD teach others how to be safe around electricity. Listed below are some tips to get you started. Feel free to use one of these tips or come up with one on your own. • Never climb trees near power lines • Stay away from power lines on the ground • Fly your kite AWAY from power lines • Don’t overload outlets with too many plugs • Keep radios and dryers away from baths or showers • Never insert a metal object into an appliance • Don’t touch anything electrical when you are wet • Never pull a plug out of an electrical outlet by the cord For more ideas, you can also watch the Electrical Safety World videos on our website. Go to and click on Education and then on Electrical Safety. Eligibility All students in grades K-12 who live in Snohomish County or on Camano Island are eligible to enter. Contest Rules - Your artwork must be an original design and be created by you (no outside help, please!). Your artwork may be hand-drawn, computer-generated, and/or created with photograph(s) (or a combination). Any medium (crayons, colored pencils, markers, paints/water colors, ink, computer graphics, photography, etc.) is acceptable. Stick-on letters, glitter, and stickers are not permitted, nor may your artwork contain copyrighted images, photographs, and/or slogans. - Your artwork must be created on a 8.5” x 11” sheet of white paper. - Only one artwork submission per student. - A completed registration form must be attached to the back of your artwork (see form below). - Entries will not be returned and will become the property of Snohomish County PUD. - We reserve the right to reproduce artwork in whole or part and use the names of the winners. - Artwork may appear at PUD facilities, in PUD publications and/or on the PUD website throughout the year. Press releases may also be sent to local newspapers. Any submission that does not meet the above criteria will not be considered. Timeline & Submission information Entries must be received by 5:00 pm, Friday, March 7, 2014. All artwork should be mailed to Jenni Lamarca at Snohomish County PUD, PO Box 1107, Everett, WA 98206-1107 or hand-delivered to the PUD at 2320 California Street in Everett. Judging Entries will be judged on creativity, content, clarity and originality related to the theme. All decisions made by the judges will be final. Winners will be notified by April 4, 2014. Awards Up to 12 entries will be selected, with each winning artist receiving $50. Winners will also be recognized at an April 2014 PUD Board of Commissioners meeting. Additional Information If you have questions about the contest, contact Jenni Lamarca at 425-783-8292 or 2014 pud art contest registration form (Please print neatly and tape this form to the back of your artwork – no staples please. This form may be photocopied.) Name: Home Address: City: Zip Code: Phone: ( ) School: Grade Level: Teacher’s Name: Gender (M/F): Age: I understand that the artwork will not be returned and will become the property of Snohomish County PUD. The artwork may be used for PUD publications (including the PUD website), future promotions or educational uses. Signature of Parent, Legal Guardian or Student if at least 18 years old:
  2. 2. Corporate Communications PO Box 1107 Everett WA 98206-1107 printed on recycled paper PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. POSTAGE PAID Ev erett Wa P erm it No 193 2014 Art Contest Deadline for Entries: March 7, 2014