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ANAHEIM PUBLIC UTILITIES AND ANGELS BASEBALL TEAM UP FOR WATER AWARENESS MONTH
ANAHEIM, CA - (May 19, 2014) -

In celebration of May as Water Awareness Month, Angels Baseball will be honoring the winners of Anaheim Public Utilities’ 24th Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest. The young artists, first- through eighth-grade students from Anaheim elementary and junior high schools, will receive trophies tonight, Monday, May 19, during a pre-game ceremony on the field prior to the 7:05 p.m. game against the Houston Astros. (A list of winners and their schools is listed below.)

The winning posters are on exhibit in the lobby of Anaheim West Tower, 201 S. Anaheim Blvd., for the entire month of May. They can also be viewed by logging onto www.anaheim.net/savewater.

Water Awareness Month provides Anaheim Public Utilities the opportunity to thank residents for conserving water and remind them that California’s future water supply remains uncertain, therefore judicious water use must become a way of life. The contest is part of the annual campaign to emphasize the necessity of long-term water conservation to protect water resources for future generations.

Anaheim Public Utilities encourages its customers to use water wisely. For more information about our water saving programs, call (714) 765-5029 or visit www.anaheim.net/savewater.

2014 Water Conservation Poster Contest Winners

FIRST GRADE
Samantha Wosk – Fairmont Private School
Anamaria Viana – Acaciawood School
Matthew Reymer – Community Home Education

SECOND GRADE
Madison Leyson – Fairmont Private School
Andrew Soto – Acaciawood School
Benjamin Bautista – Acaciawood School

THIRD GRADE
Courtnie Bui – Fairmont Private School
Leah Polezhaev – Acaciawood School
Breanna Garcia – Centralia School

FOURTH GRADE
Sarah Carvajal – Acaciawood School
Eliana Nava – Acaciawood School
Chloe Kim-Dyer – Hillsborough Private School

FIFTH GRADE
Katherine Pham – Clara Barton Elementary School
Anna Nguyen – Clara Barton Elementary School
Ivette Acosta – Price School

SIXTH GRADE
Megan Aho – Fairmont Private School
Milan Robinson – Fairmont Private School
Samuel Lee – Acaciawood School

SEVENTH GRADE
Emaad Razzak – Fairmont Private School
Jessamine McLarty-Schroeder – Fairmont Private School
Harrison Moon – Fairmont Private School

EIGHTH GRADE
Lauren Kang – Fairmont Private School
Tiffany Chen – Fairmont Private School
Jeanzelle Soliven – Fairmont Private School


Media Contact: Ruth Ruiz 714.765.5060more city news

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