What: St. Lucie County school students in grades K-12 are invited to create a poster depicting a water conservation idea in the “Drop Savers” Poster Contest.
When: Entries are due on March 4, 2020. Posters may be scheduled for pick-up by contacting Jenny Tomes at (772) 871-5131.
Where: St. Lucie County Schools (public, private, home school, etc.)
Who: Port St. Lucie Utility Systems, in conjunction with Florida Section American Water Works Association (FSAWWA)
Why: The contest teaches elementary-aged school children, and reminds middle and high school-aged teens, about the importance of water conservation. We feel that our best opportunity to conserve water is through a long-range education and awareness program.
Details: Utility Marketing Coordinator Jenny Tomes is available to speak to classes about the importance of water conservation and help inspire ideas for poster entries. To schedule a presentation, contact Jenny Tomes at (772) 871-5131.
City of Port St. Lucie employees will judge the posters on their message, creativity, and originality. A winner will be chosen from each participating grade level.
Each winner will receive a $25 Walmart gift card and other prizes. The students will also be invited to attend a special presentation at a City Council Meeting where they will be recognized for their efforts.
The winning posters will be submitted to the statewide “Drop Savers” Poster Contest, which will be held in mid-April.
For more information, contact:
Utility Marketing and Digital Video Coordinator