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Seventh Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest and 2016 Calendar
2016 Poster Contest - By Water All Things Find Life
The Department of Water Supply invites all teachers to enter their students’ artwork in the 7th Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest. This contest is open to all Maui County public, private and home-schooled students from kindergarten to 8th grade. Every student who creates and submits an entry will receive a Certificate of Participation.  Winning entries will be included in the Department of Water Supply's Water Conservation Calendar for 2017.

"By Water All Things Find Life" is this year's theme.  Roughly the same amount of water exists on earth today as when it first formed on the planet. Our community’s increased demand for water and continuing drought conditions make it critical that we all do our part to conserve water.

Honorable Mention Tori Nemoto-Oshita
Grade 5 - Honorable Mention Tori Nemoto-Oshita
Mail or drop off entry to either location:
Department of Water Supply
Water Resources and Planning Division
2200 Main Street, Ste. 102
Wailuku HI 96793

or

Department of Water Supply
200 South High Street, 5th floor
Wailuku, HI 96793

Contest deadline:
Friday, March 11, 2016

Got questions? Call 463-3109

Criteria
Honorable Mention Kiyana Nakagawa
Grade 2 - Honorable Mention Kiyana Nakagawa
Prizes
Various Prizes will be awarded

Competition Levels

  • Kindergarten
  • Grades 1 & 2
  • Grades 3 & 4
  • Grades 5 & 6
  • Intermediate

Poster Contest Guidelines
Eligibility
Any student, from Kindergarten through Grade 8 in the County of Maui

Rules
  1. All entries must reflect the theme of the contest (By Water All Things Find Life).
  2. One entry per student. No collaborative work.
  3. All entries must be drawn horizontally (landscape) on 11”x17” white paper.
  4. ART MEDIA: any media except chalk, charcoal or oil based crayon, in single or mixed media will be accepted. Students should use large lettering and only a few words. Strong colors and heavy lines show the best.
  5. Only original artwork will be accepted. Posters containing computer-generated graphics, photographs, collages or 3-D artwork will not be eligible for consideration.
  6. Entries with identification on the artwork side of the poster will be disqualified.
  7. Entries must be submitted flat, not rolled.
  8. Entries must have important point(s) about water conservation.
  9. Entries must be accompanied by the completed entry form.
  10. Entries are accepted no later than March 11, 2016.


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