Public Power Week Word Search Contest

Word Search Puzzle

Public Power Week 2014 is Oct. 5-11, and Wake Forest Power is celebrating again this year by offering its residential electric customers the chance to win free electricity! For the ninth consecutive year, three lucky residential customers will win a free month’s worth of electricity in October simply by participating in our "Public Power Week Word Search Contest."

To enter, read the essay below entitled, "Wake Forest – A Proud Public Power Community" and note the highlighted words throughout the narrative. Find and circle all the highlighted words in the puzzle. The words may be front, backward, and diagonal.

Completed registration forms and word search puzzles may be mailed or delivered to the Wake Forest Town Hall, 301 S. Brooks St., Wake Forest, NC 27587 or faxed to 919-435-9489. Completed forms and puzzles must be received no later than 5 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 2.

We will draw the names of three winners from the pool of eligible participants during the evening session of the Energy Fair, Thursday, Oct. 9, 7-8:30 p.m. at Wake Forest Town Hall.

Only current Wake Forest Power residential electric customers are eligible to participate in this contest, and only one submission per customer will be accepted. Town of Wake Forest employees are not eligible. You must be present at the evening session of the Energy Fair to win.

To register, please provide the following information:

 


Name:________________________________________________________________


Address:______________________________________________________________


Telephone Number:______________________________________________________


Account Number:________________________________________________________


Email Address:_________________________________________________________

Would you like to receive occasional email updates about Town of Wake Forest programs and events?
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How did you find out about the contest?_______________________________________

 


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 Wake Forest – A Proud Public Power Community

Wake Forest has been a public power community since 1909. Approximately 44 million Americans receive electricity from more than 2,000 community-owned or public power utilities operated by municipalities, counties, states, or other public bodies. Public power utilities can be found in every state except Hawaii, and Nebraska is 100% public power. 

There are over 70 public power cities and towns located throughout North Carolina, including Rocky Mount, Wilson, High Point, New Bern, Monroe, Waynesville, Washington, Apex, Clayton, Lumberton, Newton, Morganton, and Statesville. Fayetteville’s Public Works Commission is the largest public power utility in the state providing electric service to more than 70,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers. Bostic is the state’s smallest public power provider, serving just over 200 customers

Public power systems are owned and operated by the communities they serve. They are also deeply rooted in the history of the United States and are an expression of the American ideal of neighbor helping neighbor - local people working together to meet local needs. Like community schools, parks, hospitals, and water, sewer, police and fire departments, public power systems are locally created institutions that address a basic community need: they provide electric energy - an essential public service and tackle a variety of local issues by involving the community in the decision-making processes.

As a public power community, Wake Forest provides a number of energy and money savings programs for its electricity customers, including residential and commercial energy audits, load management, and water heater and air conditioner appliance rebates. Wake Forest also offers its utility customers with several ways to pay their utility bill, such as online bill pay, equal payment plan, automatic bank draft, and credit card draft. For more information on these programs, visit www.wakeforestnc.gov.

The Town’s website is also where you’ll find the Energy Depot. You use energy to make your home a comfortable place to live and power the appliances that cook your food, launder your clothes, and much more. The Energy Depot provides you with all the online energy tools to answer your energy questions at no cost to you. Use the Personal Energy Profile tool to obtain the most comprehensive look at your home energy usage and how you can save energy and money. Use the Energy Calculator to quickly estimate the annual energy use and costs for individual home heating and cooling systems and appliances. Use the Energy Comparison Tool when you are considering replacing your home heating or cooling system or water heater. For more information about the Energy Depot, visit www.wakeforestnc.gov/energysavings.aspx