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12th Annual Dare Soil and Water Conservation District 5th Grade Bookmark Contest

Post Date:06/13/2018 11:28 a.m.

The 12th annual Dare Soil and Water Conservation District 5th Grade Bookmark Contest was recently held in elementary schools across Dare County. Educational outreach is an important part of the mission of Dare Soil and Water. Fifth grade students across Dare County learned about the importance of clean water and conservation efforts during their spring science curriculum and demonstrated their newfound knowledge by illustrating a bookmark. First, second and third place winners were selected from each school and first place winners’ artwork was printed as a bookmark and distributed to every student in their school. Additional bookmarks are also available free to the public at the county libraries in Hatteras, Manteo and Kill Devil Hills.

Dare County Soil and Water Bookmark Winners

Dare Soil and Water Conservation would like to thank the following sponsors for participating: North Carolina Sea Grant, Roanoke Island Aquarium, Surfin’ Spoon, Highway 12 Amusements, H20BX Waterpark and Dare Soil & Water Conservation.

Cape Hatteras Elementary School

1st: Kaylee Mackenzie

2nd: Ann Margaret Lord

3rd: Kimber Ballance

Manteo Elementary School

1st: Jamie Hopkins

2nd: Jenna Frank

3rd: Zeke Leary

Nags Head Elementary School

1st: Alexa Hallac

2nd: Ariel Combs

3rd: Kendra Addison

First Flight Elementary School

1st: Aubrey Phanton

2nd: McKenna Kelly

3rd: Carter Jeffreys

Heron Pond Montessori

1st: Javana Lemmon

2nd: Jasmine Wuilliez

3rd: Julius Pleva

The Dare Soil and Water Conservation District is part of a comprehensive statewide program to protect and conserve the state’s soil and water resources, and deliver effective conservation efforts at a local level. Programs, technical services and educational outreach are available to help promote natural resource management through land conservation, stormwater drainage improvements, and implementation of best management practices.

For more information on the Dare Soil and  Water Conservation District, please call (252) 475-5628.

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