Issue #165, October 2018
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Get Ahead of Winter Weather

We have officially entered fall, which means cold weather isn't far away. Before winter arrives, maximize your home's energy savings with these tips:

Find additional tips on our website. 

Pick Your Favorite Photos to Appear in the 2019 PUD Calendar
Photo by Donna Stevens

Would you like to help select the photos that will appear in the 2019 PUD Calendar? Now is your chance!

You may vote in the PUD Calendar Photo Contest any time during the month of October. Voting is open online and in our lobby. 

You may vote for up to three photos per season. The contest ends Oct. 31. 

Learn About Our Assistance Programs

We offer several different options to assist our customers: 
In addition, we partner with Community Action Team (CAT). CAT distributes federal funds from the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. 

Leave a Porch Light On When t he Power is Out

During a power outage, please flip on the switch for your front porch light. This helps our linemen know when power has been restored.
Leave a light switch turned on inside your home so you'll know too. Find other suggestions for what to do during power outages

Be Prepared with a Home Emergency Kit

Make sure your family is prepared for a natural disaster, emergency, or extended power outage. Assemble a Home Emergency Kit for your family.
Also consider having a kit in your family's vehicles. If you have pets, make sure they are accounted for as well.

Donate Blood During
Public Power Week

We are holding an American Red Cross Blood Drive on October 10. 
Schedule your appointment online using sponsor code SaintHelens or by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS.
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