Clean Water Week Poster Contest
Congratulations to our winners!
August 21, 2020
The Maine Water Environment Association (MEWEA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enhance and support Maine’s water environment community. In celebration of Clean Water Week, our Association sponsors a poster competition for Maine students. Thank you to all who submitted artwork demonstrating “What Clean Water Means to me”.
The four posters from each group that get the most “likes” will be featured in our 2021 Clean Water Week Calendar. Additionally, a $100 cash prize will be awarded for the top poster in each group!
GROUP 1: Grades 1-3
Autumn Rich – Strong Elementary, Grade 1 (133 votes)
Lissie Baird – Pownal Elementary, Grade 3 (86 votes)
Coco Griffin – North Yarmouth Academy, Grade 3 (75 votes)
Ghia Barrionuevo – Molly Ockett, Grade 2 (74 votes)
All posters in this group can be viewed here: Grades 1-3
GROUP 2: Grades 4-6
Kaitlyn Fortie – Messalonskee Middle, Grade 6 (382 votes)
Olivia Zadakis – Biddeford Middle, Grade 6 (285 votes)
Megan Hallee – Messalonskee Middle, Grade 6 (106 votes)
Sidney Jane Bouman – North Yarmouth Academy, Grade 5 (86 votes)
All posters in this group can be viewed here: Grades 4-6
GROUP 3: Grades 7-12
Naliyah Love – Madawaska Middle/High School, Grade 7 (160 votes)
Ellie Martin – Woodland Consolidated, Grade 7 (150 votes)
Nathan Durland – Kingfield Elementary, Grade 7 (128 votes)
Genevieve Vaillancourt – North Yarmouth Academy, Grade 7 (121 votes)
All posters from this group can be viewed here: Grades 7+
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