With classmates looking on, Armand Martin of Keppel Elementary School looks through a GPS device at the Glendale Water and Power Plant at 800 Air Way in Glendale on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013.
(Raul Roa / Staff Photographer / October 24, 2013)
Glendale students learned about nuclear power, how water gets to their homes, and saw a fake hand burn as it touched a live electrical wire during Glendale Water & Power’s annual open house last week. PHOTOS: Glendale Water & Power's Utility Day
Students from various schools spent the morning at the Utility Operation Center, located at 800 Air Way, as utility workers showed off how they do their jobs.
In the afternoon, the general public was also able to attend the event, which featured free food, demonstrations and tours of the Grayson Power Plant.
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