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2023 Public Power Week Poster Contest

September 29, 2023 Claire Wray, EWEB Communications

It’s that time of year again! October 1-7 is Public Power Week. To celebrate, EWEB is holding our annual poster contest for fifth graders in our service area.

This year, we received 275 entries from more than a dozen elementary schools. EWEB staff narrowed down the submissions to the top 20. Now we need YOUR help picking the top five works of art to receive awards. 

Scroll below to review the finalists and complete the survey at the bottom of the page to vote for your favorites.

The deadline to cast your vote is midnight on Thursday, October 5.


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