We recently announced the winners of the 2016 Think Green Contest at the Taste of Temecula Valley event. We thoroughly enjoy this community event, which features live music and food and drink tastings in Old Town Temecula. The event is sponsored by the Temecula Education Foundation, and supports local schools in the Temecula Valley Unified School District. For more information about the Taste of Temecula Valley, visit http://temeculaeducationfoundation.org/taste-of-temecula-valley/.
As most know, this was our fourth annual Think Green Contest in partnership with the Temecula Education Foundation. Each year, we become more impressed by the amount and quality of entries we receive for the contest from the students of Temecula Valley. We can’t wait to see what next year will bring!
Congratulations to our 2016 winners:
- 1st First Place High School – Alyssa Schoonmaker, Great Oak High School. Awarded $500 for her essay on citywide solar light installations using photovoltaic technology in parks, streets, neighborhoods and more.
- 1st Place Middle School – Kyle Beer, James L. Day Middle School. Awarded $300 for his essay and model presentation of a solar powered charging station, to be installed at local Temecula schools.
- 1st Place Elementary School – Beau G. Ritter, Tony Tobin Elementary School. Awarded $200 for his essay and diagram of an electric car that uses wind turbines to recharge its battery.
If you’re interested in the Think Green Contest coming to your school or school district, email us at RTHSThinkGreen@boltpr.com. To learn more about RighTime Home Services’ heating, air conditioning and plumbing services, visit https://www.rightimeservices.com or call us at (866) 518-6489.