The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) will premiere its
conservation video, Turn It On; Turn It Off, at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 13, at the Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science, in recognition of Earth
Day. Local elementary school students will be special guests for the premiere.
Guest speakers will include PSC Chairman Lisa Polak Edgar; Tallahassee Mayor John
Marks; Chucha Barber, Executive Director of the Brogan Museum; and Principal
Alan Cox and his “starring cast” from Chiles High School in Tallahassee.
Chairman Edgar will discuss how children can help conserve energy. Chiles High School
drama students star in the video and will be on hand to share what they have
personally learned through this experience. The students originally performed
the play for several Leon County schools during Energy Awareness Month in
“We’re pleased that the Mary Brogan Museum will feature our Turn It
On; Turn It Off video in its ongoing Energy Exhibit that will be seen by
many visitors,” said Chairman Edgar. “We also look forward to promoting our
conservation program in schools throughout Florida as a result of our
partnership with WFSU and Chiles High School.”
She added, “Even small changes help, and we all can work together to
manage our families’ energy costs.”
For more information contact Bev DeMello or Thelma Crump
of the PSC at 850-413-6480, and visit the Earth Day website at www.earthday.net.