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Winners recognized for the 10th Annual Every Drop Counts Children's Poster Contest

The winners were recognized at the May 5, 2018, Board of County Commission meeting. In addition to being recognized by the Commissioners, the students received gifts from various local sponsors and winners for the Florida Section American Water Works Assocation's Drop Savers Poster Contest were announced.

We received over 4,200 poster entries, making it one of the most successful contests to date. Thirteen first prize and two Honorable Mention winners were selected from each Commission District within the County.

To view the poster winners visit the Art & Photo Gallery page.

The 11th Annual Every Drop Counts Children's Poster Contest

All Miami-Dade County elementary school students from kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to participate in the Annual Every Drop Counts Children's Poster Contest. The contest allows students to express the benefits of water conservation, receive a free t-shirt and win prizes! The due date for the 11th Annual Every Drop Counts Children's Poster Contest is February 1, 2019. The theme is "Be a Superhero; Conserve Water!"

The Every Drop Counts Poster Contest allows elementary school children to showcase their creative talents by conveying the importance of water conservation. The contest is part of Miami-Dade County's Water-Use Efficiency Plan's public outreach program which features D-Rop, the Miami-Dade water conservation mascot. The outreach program builds on the County's historical involvement with the communities it serves and focuses on two types of activities: information and involvement.

The Water-Use Efficiency Section has determined a need to better educate the youth of Miami-Dade County by 1) instilling an appreciation of water; 2) the importance of protecting this natural resource and 3) provide information on water use efficiency from Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department and State and Federal conservation initiatives.

As a result, the program has developed an innovative student and art project to encourage local students to use their creative talents to promote water conservation.


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