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PUD Student Art & Photo Winners

PUD Announces 2019 Student Art & Photo Winners

Everett, WA – Snohomish County PUD is excited to announce the winners in the utility’s 2019 student art and photography contests. Seventeen students representing school districts across the county were selected for their creativity illustrating topics in energy.

Art Contest Winners
The art contest challenged students to create a bookmark demonstrating the theme Energizing Life in Our Communities. Twelve students won awards as follows:

Delilah Soto Grade 1 Liberty Elementary School
Sophia Cool Grade 4 Holy Rosary School
Callia Park Grade 4 Forest View Elementary School
Aimee Birmingham Grade 5 Mukilteo Elementary School
Rachel Papson Grade 5 Little Cedars Elementary School
Iris Bell Grade 7 Alderwood Middle School
Shelby Lott Grade 7 Lakewood Middle School
Estefani Marron Arcila Grade 7 Alderwood Middle School
Katie Anderson Grade 8 Lakewood Middle School
Sally Schafer Grade 10 Kamiak High School
Saige Skuja Grade 10 Glacier Peak High School
Hannah Clymer Grade 12 Glacier Peak High School

To see the winning art entries, click here.

Photography Contest Winners
For the PUD photography contest, high school students were challenged to capture or showcase Energy in Action in a photograph. Five students won awards, as follows:

Mia Urionaguena Grade 9 Arlington High School
Myles Arballo Grade 10 Arlington High School
Meghan Hayes Grade 11 Glacier Peak High School
Skye Sullivan Grade 11 Snohomish High School
Charlise Lucas Grade 12 Snohomish High School

To see the winning photography entries, click here.

Winners will be recognized at the May 21, 2019, PUD Board of Commissioners meeting. The winning art and photography entries will be on display May 13-24 in the lobby of PUD headquarters, located at 2320 California Street in Everett.

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