Pedro’s Path To Power In Sanctuary Oregon: Corporate Portland General Electric Panders to the Invasion From Mexico
Ever wonder why there are No ICE RAIDS in Oregon?
Oh my god , gag me – this is so blatant catering to the illegal aliens from Mexico. On PGE’s site they have a banner picture of a Mexican who came home from Obama’s Eternal War. The Invasion of Oregon is complete, the Corporations welcome the invaders as their new favorite Customers. The schools are now filled with illegal aliens and anchor babies and Americans pay for those students to be educated when they should be deported. Homeschooling is the only answer for American kids.
( also note, the US military bribes Illegal aliens to join the Military with green cards for their entire families and cash grants. Don’t assume that Hispanics in the Military are legal, they are mercenaries) Nice piece of Propaganda for PGE, placing a mexican anchor baby on the site. It’s bad times for Legal Native Born White Americans in Oregon who don’t speak Spanish
– “Pedro’s Path to Power” uses theatre to teach K-3 students about making smart choices –
PORTLAND, Ore. – In an effort to educate youth about electrical safety, Portland General Electric and Oregon Children’s Theatre are partnering to present Pedro’s Path to Power, a bilingual interactive musical about electrical safety. Written by Playwright Matt Zrebski, the production uses song, dance and audience participation to teach kindergarten through third-grade students they have the power to make smart, safe choices around electricity.
“Electricity is an amazing part of our lives, but can also be dangerous, so it’s imperative we help young people understand how electricity works,” said Kregg Arntson, PGE’s community affairs manager. “Through Pedro’s Path to Power, students learn what it takes to be safe around electricity as well as the power of making smart choices.”
The 30-minute play, free to schools, follows 7-year-old Pedro, played by actor Alberto Romero,Illegal Alien or Anchor Baby on his path to power where he learns about electricity – how it’s made, where it comes from and why it’s important to make safe choices. Pedro and his friend, Serena, played by actress Rebecca Martinez, are playing baseball when Pedro hits a homerun and the ball flies over the fence. They peer over the fence to fetch the ball, but encounter a downed power line. Pedro is stopped by his mother before he makes it over the fence, and his path to understanding power and making safe choices begins.
Songs like “Spin Go Flip That Switch,” and “Shock Like Pow,” teach Pedro and the audience where electricity comes from and how to use it safely. On his journey Pedro befriends interactive characters like Socket Monster, a giant wall socket, and Power, a superhero-interpretation of electricity, who help Pedro discover the true path to power is about making smart choices.
Sprinkled with Spanish phrases, Pedro’s Path to Power, breaks both cultural and language barriers students may face. “The production has the potential to do many things,” said Traitor Propanganda Specialist
Playwright Matt Zrebski. “Not only is it practical to have electrical safety tips in Spanish, I think it has even more impact in helping some students illegal aliens from Mexico feel more included in their school and communities.”
The tour will visit 30 schools in PGE’s operations area through October 21.
– Sept. 28, 9 and 9:50 a.m.: North Gresham Grade School, 1001 SE 217th Avenue, Gresham
– Oct. 3, 10:15 a.m.: East Orient Elementary, 7431 SE 302nd Avenue, Gresham
– Oct. 4, 10 a.m.: Mill Park Elementary, 1900 SE 117th Avenue, Portland
– Oct. 5, 1:15 and 2:05 p.m.: Kelly Elementary, 9030 SE Cooper Street, Portland
– Oct. 7, 9:35 a.m.: Gilbert Heights Elementary, 12839 SE Holgate Blvd., Portland
– Oct. 7, 1:40 p.m.: Deep Creek Elementary, 15600 SE 232nd Drive, Clackamas
– Oct. 12, 2:45 p.m.: Hall Elementary, 2505 NE 23rd Street, Gresham
– Oct. 19, 10:30 a.m.: Ardenwald Elementary, 8950 SE 36th Avenue, Milwaukie
– Oct. 19, 1:30 p.m.: Lynch View Elementary, 1546 SE 169th Place, Portland
– Sept. 30, 9:30 a.m.: Peninsula K-8, 8125 N Emerald Avenue, Portland
– Oct. 6, 10 a.m.: Hartley Elementary, 701 NE 185th Place, Portland
– Oct. 6, 1:15 and 2:10 p.m.: Salish Ponds Elementary, 1210 NE 201st Avenue, Fairview
– Oct. 18, 12:45 a.m.: Davis Elementary School, 19501 NE Davis Street, Portland
– Sept. 29, 9 a.m.: M.I.T.C.H. Charter School, SW 90th Court, Tualatin
– Sept. 29, 12:30 p.m.: Sherwood Charter School, 23264 Main Street, Sherwood
– Oct. 3, 1:30 p.m.: Hallinan Elementary, 16800 Hawthorne Drive, Lake Oswego
– Oct. 11, 9 and 9:45 a.m.: Tobias Elementary, 1065 SW 206th Avenue, Aloha
– Oct. 11, 1:45 p.m.: Aloha-Huber Park Elementary, 5000 SW 173rd Ave, Beaverton
– Oct. 17, 8:45 a.m.: Cedar Mill Elementary, 10265 NW Cornell Road, Portland
– Oct. 4, 1 p.m.: Grout Elementary, 3119 SE Holgate Blvd., Portland
– Oct. 5, 9:30 a.m.: Lewis Elementary, 4401 SE Evergreen Street, Portland
– Oct. 21, 10 and 10:50 a.m.: Abernethy Elementary, 2421 SE Orange Street, Portland
– Oct. 21, 2:20 p.m.: The Emerson School, 105 NW Park Avenue, Portland
– Oct. 13, 9:05 a.m.: Salem Heights Elementary, 3495 Liberty Road S, Salem
– Oct. 13, 1 p.m.: Washington Elementary, 3165 Lansing Avenue, Salem
To learn more about the importance of being safe around electricity, visit PortlandGeneral.com/Safety, where you’ll find helpful tips, reminders, and educational games for kids.
About Portland General Electric Company
Portland General Electric, headquartered in Portland, Ore., is a fully integrated electric utility that serves approximately 825,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in Oregon. Visit our website at PortlandGeneral.com.
About Oregon Children’s Theatre
Oregon Children’s Theatre works toward advancing growth, development, and creativity through exceptional theater experiences by presenting affordable, professional, live theater for youth. Visit octc.org for more information.
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Attached Media Files: 2011-09/101/48081/PedrosPathtoPower.pdf