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Contest Seeks Rockland Middle School Artists, Photographers

Middle school photographers and artists in Rockland and Westchester counties can win an iPad mini during the "Are You a Solar Superstar? Make a Difference One Ray at a Time" contest.
Middle school photographers and artists in Rockland and Westchester counties can win an iPad mini during the "Are You a Solar Superstar? Make a Difference One Ray at a Time" contest. Photo Credit: Wikipedia

Aspiring student photographers and artists from Westchester and Rockland Counties middle schools who demonstrate their talent and knowledge about how the power of the sun can help our planet, can win an IPad mini 2 in the "Are You a Solar Superstar? Make a Difference One Ray at a Time" contest.

Sponsored by Sunrise Solar Solutions LLC, the contest calls for entries that show how solar power makes the Earth a better place.

“Earth Day isn’t just about promoting renewable energy, it’s about demonstrating our support for the protection of the environment,” said Doug Hertz, president, Sunrise Solar Solutions. “We are committed to the communities we serve here in the Hudson Valley, and we want to help educate children and their parents about the power of renewable energy.”

The contest is open to all students in grades 5 - 8 attending schools in Westchester and Rockland counties. The contest calls for students to create an original piece of artwork or photograph that demonstrates how solar power makes our Earth a better place and how it can help us save energy and reduce our carbon footprint.

Entries should be submitted as a jpeg file via email to earthday@sunrisesolarllc.com by April 15.

The Grand Prize winner will receive an iPad mini 2. The winner may also have their contest submission featured in Sunrise Solar Solutions marketing materials and/or advertisements.

For more information about the contest, call 914-747-2500, or email earthday@sunrisesolarllc.com .

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