ORSANCO: Ohio River Sweep Student Poster Contest Now Accepting Entries

The interstate Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission is now accepting entries for the 2019 Ohio River Sweep Student Poster Contest through December 21.
            The contest is open to students in grades K through 12 who live or attend school in a county along the Ohio River or students whose county participates in the River Sweep, which includes counties along the Allegheny, Beaver, Monongahela, and Kentucky Rivers.
            There will be 1 Grand Prize of $500 awarded, along with 13 Grade Level Winners of $50 each.  The school of the Grand Prize Winner will also receive $100 for their art department.

Hanna Jones from Mt. Lebanon High School in Allegheny County was the Grand Prize Winner in the 2018 Ohio River Sweep Poster Contest.

Pennsylvania had two other winners in 2018-- Luke DeVore a Second Grader in Woodland Hills Academy and Charlise Cooper a Third Grader also in Woodland Hills Academy in Pittsburgh.
            Click Here for all the details.  Questions should be directed to Lisa Cochran.

Watch for the announcement of the 2019 Ohio River Sweep!

            For more information on programs, initiatives and other upcoming events, visit the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission website.

(Photo: 2018 winning poster by Hanna Jones and winners Luke DeVore and Charlise Cooper.)


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