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Surrey Schools joins the City of Surrey in pursuing a “Power-Free Hour” this Friday and promoting International Earth Hour on Saturday, March 28.
Earth Hour takes place 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. this Saturday to promote awareness of climate change and power conservation. During that hour, people are encouraged to pursue activities that require no power generation. Some examples include turning off all the lights and going for a walk with a friend, reading a book or playing a board game by candlelight, or just star-gazing.
Community events are also being organized for Earth Hour and you can organize one or look up one to join www.earthhour.org.
Staff throughout the school district and the City of Surrey are also being encouraged to participate in Power-Free Hour on Friday, March 27, between noon and 1 p.m. by turning off all unnecessary lights and electronics and perhaps having a “lights out lunch” with colleagues.