Tag: Shrinking Bigfoot
Have you ever wondered what kids have to say about saving energy? Seattle City Light asked local students in grades 3-6 to illustrate how they can save energy and shrink their carbon footprint for the 2nd Annual Shrinking Bigfoot Calendar Contest.
More than 350 students throughout the utility’s service territory participated in this year’s contest, and 12 were chosen from a panel of judges. The winning artwork was developed into a 2014 calendar that will be sold to the public.
Winners also received a great prize package that included tickets to the Woodland Park Zoo and Pacific Science Center, safety and school supplies from Seattle City Light, and much more!
See more of the student’s artwork and the rest of our talented winners by purchasing your own 2014 Shrinking Bigfoot calendar for only $10. All proceeds benefit Project Share, a one-time emergency assistance program that helps customers with their electric bill. Visit www.seattle.gov/light/calendar to order yours today![More]
Twelve winning students will have their artwork and energy conservation ideas featured in City Light’s 2014 Shrinking Bigfoot calendar, which will go on sale in November. All proceeds will go directly to Project Share, a one-time emergency assistance program that helps customers with their electric utility bill.[More]
Seattle City Light is looking for students in grades 3 to 6 to participate in the 2nd Annual Shrinking Bigfoot Calendar Contest. The utility is asking kids to share their ideas on how to shrink their carbon footprints through energy conservation.[More]
Here’s an opportunity to give twice this holiday season. Buy one of Seattle City Light’s 2013 Shrinking Bigfoot calendars for $10 and you’ll also be contributing to Project Share, an emergency utility fund to help customers in need.[More]
Elementary students in the Seattle City Light service territory are using art to bring our community steps closer to shrinking our carbon footprint.[More]
Seattle City Light is looking for young artists to participate in a Shrinking Bigfoot art contest. The utility is asking them to share their ideas for shrinking their carbon footprints by reducing their energy consumption.[More]
Seattle City Light has been awarded seven national and international awards for its work on utility operations, environmental efforts, and educating school children about climate change.[More]