Drawings offer student perspective on drinking waterMay 24th, 2012 by cdunagan
If you like the first-place winner in the coloring contest for
National Drinking Water Week, then check out the other three
winners at the bottom of this entry. Click “Read the rest of this
Jacquelynn Gehring, a second-grade student in Sheri Stambaugh’s class at Crownhill Elementary School, was named the top winner in a recent coloring contest sponsored by the city of Bremerton.
The contest was promoted as part of National Drinking Water Week. This year’s theme was “Water is Important to Me Every Day.”
Bremerton Mayor Patty Lent presented awards to the winning students at a City Council meeting on May 16.
The other winners are Alaura Mercereau, second-place, and Emalee Wheaton, third place, both from Crownhill. An honorable mention was awarded to Destiny Hoaeae from Naval Avenue Elementary School.
Their pictures will be entered into a national Drinking Water Week contest sponsored by the American Water Works Association.
Kathleen Cahall, Bremerton’s water resources manager, has done a good job promoting National Drinking Water Week, a time to recognize actions at the local, state and national levels that ensure that we have the cleanest water in the world.
Kathleen offered this comment in a news release:
“Drinking Water Week is an opportunity to focus on the importance of water, which is too easily overlooked. A safe, reliable water supply is essential to the success of any community. In addition to keeping us healthy, safe water also supports the economy, provides fire protection and provides us with the high quality of life we enjoy.”
Here are the remaining winners: