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ML&P recognizes fifth-grade students in the 2014 PowerSmart Calendar


Municipal Light & Power held an art calendar contest for all fourth and fifth grade students in Anchorage last fall. The contest was designed for students to share what they know about electrical safety and energy conservation. Though it was a difficult decision for the ML&P team of employee judges, 13 entries were chosen for the 2014 ML&P PowerSmart calendar.

Each month’s winner received a trophy, special prize and two day-passes to the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center courtesy of the museum. The grand-prize winner’s artwork, featured on the cover of the calendar, received a trophy, one-year family pass to the Anchorage Museum and an iPod shuffle. All students who participated received a certificate of participation and a calendar.

The calendar will be featured monthly on ML&P’s website and social media at www.mlandp.com.

Congratulations to the 2014 ML&P PowerSmart Calendar contest winners






Ben Morgan

Bear Valley Elementary


Bryce Monrean

Bear Valley Elementary


McKinzie Clark

Birchwood ABC Elementary


A Xiong

Williwaw Elementary


Eriana Martina Smith-Vanilau

Williwaw Elementary


Chemoua Lo

Airport Heights Elementary


Ina Allen

Inlet View Elementary


David Medina

Bear Valley Elementary


Alexa Todd

Bear Valley Elementary


Brianne Rogers

Bear Valley Elementary


Pa Chee Vue

Williwaw Elementary


Erin Wilbanks

Bear Valley Elementary




Cover Grand Prize

Maiseng Thao

Williwaw Elementary


About ML&P
Municipal Light & Power provides electric utility service to some of Anchorage’s oldest neighborhoods. Its roughly 20-square-mile service territory includes commercial, university and medical customers in the Downtown and Midtown business districts, as well as industrial loads in the Ship Creek and port areas. ML&P serves Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and sells electricity to other Railbelt utilities. ML&P is owned by the Municipality of Anchorage, which purchased the distribution system from privately owned Anchorage Power & Light Co. in 1932. Since that time, ML&P has grown to include production and transmission, as well as upgraded and expanded distribution. The utility has a one-third working interest in the Beluga River Unit gas field, making it one of the only vertically integrated natural-gas-fired utilities on the West Coast. ML&P is subject to the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.

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