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EVMWD honors local student artists at annual Water is Life art contest
Contact : Jacob Shiba    9514340636

Lake Elsinore, CA. Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) recognized 23 outstanding student artists at its 2019 art poster contest.

More than 2,100 elementary students from 17 local schools participated in EVMWD’s annual “Water is Life, Use it Wisely” poster contest. Each year this contest promotes water conservation in an exciting and vibrant way. Winners ranged from first through fifth grade and proudly represented their school and family at the ceremony. The contest is just one of the many education programs that EVMWD has sponsored for over 25 years.

“Year after year I am always amazed by the talent of our local student artists, and this year is no exception,” said EVWMD Board President, Andy Morris. “These artists are helping to make water conservation a California way of life.”

Several of this years winning entries will be submitted to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California for a chance to be featured in their regional “Water is Life” 2020 calendar. 

The 2019 poster contest winners included:

Cottonwood Canyon- Kylie O'Leary

Donald Graham Elementary- Kimberly Garcia, Yoselyn Villamar

Earl Warren Elementary- Jonathan Seneriches, Emily Tenreiro

Elsinore Elementary- Gabriel Baxter, Stephanie Mendoza

Herk Bouris Elementary - Aliyah Beck, Joy Whiting

Luiseno School- Brianna Govea

Railroad Canyon Elementary- Keelyn Asondoh

Ronald Reagan Elementary- Natalia Ortiz

Sycamore Academy- Alexa Graves

Tuscany Hills Elementary- Brooklyn Dann, Savannah Dharna

Wildomar Elementary- Alyvia Perez

William Collier Elementary- Kaylee Gonzales, Salisha Garcia, Vonnce Garcia, Alondra Orozco

Withrow Elementary- Isabella Erickson, Yannis Mejia, Anabell Morales


From tours to water curricula, EVMWD provides a wide variety of free educational programs and resources for schools in its service area and encourages teachers to visit www.evmwd.com/education to learn more.

EVMWD provides service to more than 145,000 water and wastewater customers in a 97-square-mile area in Western Riverside County. The District is a sub-agency of the Western Municipal Water District and a member agency of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Visit the EVMWD at www.evmwd.com for additional information.