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Public Power Week Poster Contest Returns!

September 29, 2022

Commissioner Carlson presenting the 2019 Poster winner with their award.

After a two-year pandemic hiatus, EWEB is once again holding our Public Power Week Poster Contest for 5th grade students within our service territory. Public Power week is the first week of October and it’s a great opportunity for us to recognize the importance of community-owned utilities like EWEB! 

In honor of Public Power Week, EWEB is bringing back our poster contest for 5th grade students. You can help choose the winners! Students brought their creative talents to explore the theme “Brought to you by Electricity”.  You can choose your top 5 from these finalists!   

We received over 100 entries from 5th grade classrooms throughout Eugene. We've narrowed it down to the top 20. Review the finalists and then complete the survey at the bottom of the page to choose your top 5.

Each winner will receive a plaque and gift certificate.

The deadline to cast your vote is midnight on Wednesday, October 5th