2018 Eagle Days Coloring Contest Winners

The Kansas City Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has selected winners for the Eagle Days Kids Coloring Contest. Submissions were received from roughly 70 participants ages 12 and under in the Kansas City metro area.

Visitors of the Eagle Days at Wyandotte County Lake event in January were invited to participate in the contest opportunity. This is the first year that kids could learn about eagles, owls, hawks and falcons, and enter a coloring competition.

One first-prize winner has been selected from each age group: 5 and under, 6 – 9, and 10-12.  Each of the following winners has received a $25.00 Walmart gift card:

Jordyn, Age 5

 Lily, Age 8

Lily, Age 8

 Linoy, Age 12

Linoy, Age 12

Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all who participated in the contest. The winning artwork can be viewed on the BPU website at www.bpu.com/kidscoloringcontest.

About BPU
BPU’s water department was originally created in 1909, and its electric utility was operational in 1912. The purpose of the utility, then and to this day, is to provide the highest quality electric and water services at the lowest possible cost. Today the publicly owned utility serves approximately 63,000 electric and 50,000 water customers, primarily in Wyandotte County, Kansas. The mission of the utility and its employees is “to focus on the needs of our customers, to improve the quality of life in our community while promoting safe, reliable and sustainable utilities.” BPU’s Web site is www.bpu.com.