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04/30/2015 ~ Keys Energy Services (KEYS) recently sponsored an energy conservation art contest for all elementary school students in the Lower Florida Keys. One overall winner and two winners from each grade level were selected from over 2,000 entries to grace the pages of KEYS 19th annual Energy Conservation calendar.

The overall winner was Sophia Braswell, a fifth grade student from the Key West Montessori Charter School. Her artwork will be featured on the cover of KEYS’ nationally recognized 2015-2016 calendar. The winning artists whose work will illustrate each of the 12 months are: (Kindergarten) Abigail Ramires & William Takemoto; (First Grade) Thomas Marmol & Molly McKnight; (Second Grade) Reese Haggard & Madeline Schoepf; (Third Grade) Abigail Bella Cowan & Ivanna Bollo Finseth; (Fourth Grade) Ruth Azard & Brian Alexander Criado; (Fifth Grade) Neftalie Cajuste & Vivian Emma Carper.

The winners attended the April 29th Utility Board meeting and were recognized for their efforts. The calendars will be made available to KEYS’ customers in August.

The regular meeting of the Utility Board took place at 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 29th, in the Harvey Government Center, 1200 Truman Avenue, Key West.

PHOTO CAPTION: (First row, from left) Thomas Marmol, Vivian Emma Carper, Reese Haggard, and William Takemoto. (Second row, from left) Abigail Bella Cowan, Ivanna Bollo Finseth, Madeline Schoepf, Molly McKnight, Brian Alexander Criado, Neftalie Cajuste, and Sophia Braswell. (Third row, from left) Utility Board Chair Peter Batty, Utility Board Vice Chair Mona C. Clark, and Utility Board Members Charlie Bradford, Tim Root, and Barry Barroso. Not pictured, Ruth Azard and Abigail Ramires.

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