Art work of Shoreline girl featured in City Light calendar

Sunday, November 10, 2013

5th grader Malia's artwork was chosen for the City Light calendar

Seattle City Light announces winners of the 2nd Annual Shrinking Bigfoot Calendar contest

A big carbon footprint is a big problem. Thanks to the help of local elementary students in the Seattle City Light service territory, we are steps closer to shrinking "Bigfoot."

Highland Terrace student Malia.
Art Work is featured in new calendar
The 12 winners of the 2nd annual Shrinking Bigfoot Calendar Contest, including Highland Terrace 5th grader Malia, were congratulated by Seattle City Light Chief of Staff Sephir Hamilton and Woodland Park Zoo CEO Deborah Jensen on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013, for their creative artwork illustrating ways to shrink their carbon footprint.

Their art is featured in a 12-month 2014 calendar, which is currently on sale. All proceeds from the calendar will go to Project Share, a utility assistance fund that helps low-income customers with their electric utility bills.

Calendars can be purchased for $10 at City Light’s North Service Center, 1300 N 97th Street (Monday -Friday 8:30am - 4:30 pm), Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 5th Ave, Seattle 98104 (floors 4 and 42), and on City Light’s website.

The contest winners were given a family membership to the Woodland Park Zoo and the Pacific Science Center.


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