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7th Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest Winners

April 7, 2016, 1:53 PM HST
* Updated April 7, 4:03 PM
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By water, all things find life. Image: Maui Now.

A total of 827 student entries were submitted to the Maui Department of Water Supply’s 7th Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest

The goal of the contest was to educate Maui’s youth on the importance of water conservation and to encourage them to take an active role in ensuring the sustainability of our Maui’s water supply. This year’s theme was “By Water All Things Find Life”.

The winners are listed below the slideshow:

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Kindergarten    
First Place: Herman “Trey” Andaya, III St. Anthony Grade School
Second Place: Isabelle Spencer Haʻikū Elementary School
Third Place: Enakai Hue Sing Sabado’s Art Studios
Honorable Mention: Kalai’i Calvan Haʻikū Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Helena Dudoit Kilohana Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Nora Carey Haʻikū Elementary School
     
Grades 1 and 2    
First Place: Katie De Coite, Grade 2 Emanuel Lutheran
Second Place: Harald Bergen, Grade 1 Kamaliʻi Elementary School
Third Place: Naia Kaulukukui, Grade 2 Puʻu Kukui Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Jaylen Wan, Grade 2 Makawao Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Naethan Castillo, Grade 2 Lihikai Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Kei’ano Ching, Grade 1 Carden Academy of Maui
Grades 3 and 4
First Place: Bazel Potratz, Grade 3 Kamehameha Schools Maui
Second Place: Destiny Hasiugulpiy, Grade 3 Lihikai Elementary School
Third Place: Jhonalyn Agdinaoay, Grade 4 Lihikai Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Isabella Trumbo, Grade 3 Carden Academy of Maui
Honorable Mention: Joshua Evans, Grade 3 Waiheʻe Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Kristen Miguel, Grade 4 Lihikai Elementary School
Grades 5 and 6
First Place: Jesse Franco Bacos, Grade 5 Lihikai Elementary School
Second Place: Benjamin Lolesio, Grade 6 Sacred Hearts School
Third Place: Aiyana Alford-Grimes, Grade 6 Kīhei Charter Middle School
Honorable Mention: Angelina Gerard, Grade 5 Lihikai Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Haliawai Kehalani Keahi, Grade 5 Wailuku Elementary School
Honorable Mention: Colten DeCoite, Grade 6 Carden Academy of Maui
Grades 7 and 8
First Place: Kristel Layugan, Grade 7 Sacred Hearts School
Second Place: Venus Schlauch, Grade 8 Sacred Hearts School
Third Place: Anastasha Aco, Grade 8 ʻĪao Intermediate School
Honorable Mention: Jaz Kelber, Grade 7 Hawaiʻi Technology Academy
Honorable Mention: Kiana Tuttle, Grade 7 Sacred Hearts School
Honorable Mention: Aliyah M. Guico, Grade 8 ʻĪao Intermediate School

The contest entries were evaluated based on its water conservation message, originality, visual effectiveness, neatness and creativity.

Winners and honorable mention recipients in all categories will receive prizes related to the conservation of water and will be honored in the Mayor’s office in May.

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Winning entries will also be featured in the 2017 DWS Water Conservation Calendar, will be displayed in the Department of Water Supply on the 5th floor of the County Building for one year beginning May, and will be available for viewing at the end of May on the County of Maui website at www.mauicounty.gov/water.

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The three-judge panel was composed of Flo Bahr, Substitute Teacher; Liz Foote, Executive Director of Project S.E.A.-Link and Campaign Manager of West Maui Kumuwai; and Robert DeRobles, Planner with Maui County Department of Water Supply.

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest.

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest.

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest.

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest.

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest.

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest.

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest. Pictured here are judges Liz Foote (in the foreground) and Flo Bahr (in the background).

Maui Water Department 2016 poster contest. Pictured here are judges Liz Foote (in the foreground) and Flo Bahr (in the background).

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