Enova is calling all aspiring artists in Grades 1-8 to sharpen their pencils and start working on their safety posters. You could win a great prize; all you have to do is enter!
Enter now by visiting enovapower.com/entryform to submit your artwork.
Submitting by email or mail: find the PDF entry form here.
Enova needs your help to design our newest safety education material.
We want students in Grades 1-8 to draw a poster explaining why you should “look up, look out, and avoid overhead powerlines.
If you’re selected as a winner, your artwork could be used on social media, in presentations, and on bill inserts as we share important messages about electrical safety.
Winners will be selected in the following age groups
Enter today, the contest closes on April 21.
This year’s theme is “look up, look out, and avoid overhead powerlines.”
Learn how to stay safe around overhead powerlines by keeping your distance and learn how to identify electrical hazards by watching this video.
Remember to follow these rules at all times:
Need more information about overhead powerlines, visit https://enovapower.com/outages-and-safety/safety-outside-the-home/ to learn more.
Entering is easy! Create your poster, and with your parents’ help submit it in one of three ways
There will be three winners selected in each of the following age groups:
Winners receive a $50 Indigo Gift Card. Each winner also receives a special gift pack from Enova.
You’ll also be named an Enova Safety Champion and presented with your prize during a special ceremony.
This year’s contest is open to every student in Grade 1-8 that attends an elementary school (Public or Catholic) in Enova’s service territory. (Kitchener, Waterloo, and the townships of Wilmot, Woolwich, and Wellesley)
Are you homeschooled, or not in a classroom? You can still win – just start drawing!
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