Camp Save-a-Watt™ is back and better than ever! Our free online summer camp is a fun way for young members of the cooperative to learn about energy conservation, nature exploration, and electrical safety all in one electrifying experience. The camp starts on June 5 and is available for all kindergarten through third-grade children. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have a blast while learning about the environment and safety!
A fun way to learn about energy conservation and electrical safety
At Camp Save-a-Watt, campers get to participate in age-appropriate activities with none other than Wattson Raccoon, PEC’s lovable camp mascot! With the help of parents and teachers, we’re dedicated to teaching students how to reduce their energy consumption and make a positive impact on the environment. Not only do these simple habits help our planet, but they also lead to financial savings for families and schools. Join us and discover how even small changes can make a big difference!
Get charged up with Camp Save-a-Watt’s in-person learning events
Experience the thrill of learning about electricity firsthand at Camp Save-a-Watt’s two in-person events. Campers can look forward to participating in an exciting solar car derby and getting to meet a real-life PEC lineworker! These events help campers gain a deeper understanding of electrical systems in a fun and practical way. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn, explore and have fun all at the same time!
“We hope these fun and engaging lessons will instill energy-saving habits at an early age to make a positive impact on our cooperative and communities for years to come,” said PEC Community Outreach Specialist Celeste Mikeska.
Get a free Camp Save-a-Watt t-shirt when you register
Upon registering, students will be sent a free Camp Save-a-Watt T-shirt in the mail. To learn more about the program and register, visit Camp Save-a-Watt. Please note that the registration deadline is June 2, so don’t wait to sign up and secure your spot!