Southern California Students’ Water Conservation Artworks on Display at LVMWD

(The following is from a press release)


Riley Jackson, 3rd grade, Round Meadow Elementary School, whose poster will be among those displayed here next week.

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) will host a traveling display of artworks submitted by students across Southern California that interpret the theme “Water is Life”. The exhibit will be at LVMWD headquarters, 4232 Las Virgenes Road in Calabasas, from March 23-27 and available for viewing during regular business hours.

The works were selected for display from thousands that were submitted as part of the 2014 annual student art contest conducted by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, of which LVMWD is a member agency. Free wall calendars featuring some of the artworks will also be available.

LVMWD General Manager David W. Pedersen said, “We invite the public to view how these talented young people interpret the role water plays in our everyday lives. Their messages take on added importance as we enter a fourth year of drought in our state.”

Las Virgenes MWD provides potable water to residents of the cities of Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Westlake Village and adjacent unincorporated areas of Los Angeles county including the Santa Monica Mountains and Chatsworth.

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