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  • Water Week Poster Contest Winner from Fiddlers Canyon Elementary in Cedar City
    by kcsg.com news
    Published - 05/22/14 - 02:03 PM | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    This year’s grand prizewinner was Isabel Hallows from the Sevier River Basin
    This year’s grand prizewinner was Isabel Hallows from the Sevier River Basin
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    (SALT LAKE CITY, Utah) -- The Utah Division of Water Resources (DWRe) recently announced the winners of the 29rd annual Young Artist’s Water Education Poster Contest. This year’s theme was “Water: From our mountains to my home”. This year’s grand prizewinner was Isabel Hallows from the Sevier River Basin. The grand prize winner was selected out of the 11 river basin winners. Isabel and her family received a week stay on a houseboat on Lake Powell, provided by Aramark.

    A banquet was held to honor the winners of the contest at The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium. More than 500 fourth-grade students from 55 schools from around the state participated. The Basin winners are:

    Bear River Basin

    Lisa Wilson

    Wilson Elementary



    Weber River Basin

    Justin Tobin

    Wasatch Peak Academy



    Jordan River Basin

    Ethan Talbot

    Daybreak Elementary



    Uinta Basin

    Kinslee Ann Drake

    Neola Elementary

    *Sevier River Basin

    Isabel Hallows

    Salina Elementary



    West Colorado River Basin

    Tambrie Tuttle

    Castle Dale Elementary



    Utah Lake Basin

    Taggart Boyce

    Sage Creek Elementary



    Kanab Creek/Virgin River Basin

    Bailee Little

    La Verkin Elementary



    Cedar/Beaver

    Nicole Eberhard

    Fiddlers Canyon Elementary



    West Desert Basin

    Makenna McKibben

    Dugway Elementary



    Southeast Colorado

    Cater Alldredge

    Blanding Elementary

    The Banquet kicked off Water Week which reminds us to remember that water is a precious resource and that we can all work a little harder to use it as wisely as possible.

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