Flint Energies’ 2021 art contest is now open to students in 6th-8th grade in Flint's service territory.
Think about your favorite outdoor activity. Create a poster educating others on how to stay safe around electricity while participating in it.
A few important electrical safety tips for children:
- Watch out for overhead power lines and electrical equipment. Never climb on or play near them.
- Never climb trees near power lines. Even if the power lines aren’t touching the tree, they could touch when more weight is added to the branch.
- Fly kites and model airplanes in large open areas like a park or a field. Stay far away from power lines. If a kite gets stuck in a tree that’s near power lines, don’t climb up to get it. Contact Flint Energies for assistance.
- Never fly a kite on a cloudy day when a thunderstorm may be approaching.
- Never climb a utility pole or tower. The electricity carried through this equipment is extremely high voltage and could kill you.
- Never go into an electric substation for any reason. Electric substations contain high-voltage equipment, which can kill you. Never rescue a pet or retrieve a ball or toy that goes inside. Call Flint Energies instead.
- Water and electricity are a dangerous combination and should never be used near each other.
October 26, 2021
Mail artwork, along with the entry form (download by clicking blue link below), to the address below or drop off entries at any Flint Energies office.
“Imagine That” Art Contest
Attn: Blair Brown
P.O. Box 7089
Warner Robins, GA 31095-7089
- Participants must be a middle school aged student in 6, 7 or 8th grade. Homeschoolers are eligible to participate.
- Must live in or attend a school located within Flint's 17-county service area: Bibb, Chattahoochee, Crawford, Dooly, Harris, Houston, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Muscogee, Peach, Schley, Sumter, Talbot, Taylor, Twiggs and Upson.
- All entries must be drawn freehand and submitted on a 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. Each entry must have the following information included on the back of the art piece to qualify. Please use pencil to prevent any bleed to the front side of the paper.
- Student's name
- Grade level
- School name
- Teacher’s name