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Front Porch: Help PUD initiative, get a free solar flashlight

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Help PUD program
Snohomish County PUD's Planet Power program offers a way for customers to voluntarily support renewable energy projects in the community.
More than 2,700 PUD customers now support 21 local solar projects by participating in the utility's Planet Power green energy program. The program has funded solar panels at locations such as Park Place Middle School in Monroe, the Carl Gipson Senior Center in Everett, Edmonds Community College and Darrington High School.
Customers who enroll can opt to contribute $3 or more each month as part of their utility bill payment or make a one-time payment toward the program. Everyone who enrolls will receive a solar flashlight as a way of saying thanks.
Every dollar contributed goes directly to operate the program, educate the community and increase the level of energy that is produced from renewable sources.
Sign up for Planet Power by filling out the card in your bill, by calling 425-783-1700 or by going to

Free speed camp for student athletes: Chacon Performance Training in Everett is hosting a free speed camp for student athletes, and those who coach them, from 9 to 11 a.m. March 23.
Diesel Speed Camp will teach a no-nonsense, easy to learn, easy to teach program guaranteed to increase speed potential on and off the field, mat, or court.
Space is limited. To sign up, call Jon Chacon at 206-661-4320, or
Chacon Performance Training is located at 2812 Lombard Ave., Suite 102. For more information, go to

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