Public Drinking Water Branch
Drinking Water Week
Drinking Water Week is an opportunity recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives and is celebrated each year during the first full week of May. Drinking Water Week will be celebrated May 5-11, 2013.
Poster Contest Winners
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The Department of Natural Resources celebrates Drinking Water Week by holding a poster contest in conjunction with the Missouri chapter of the American Water Works Association. All Missouri students in the fifth grade were eligible to participate. Winners were chosen by a vote of Public Drinking Water Branch staff and are not selected solely on artistic ability, but also on how well they convey a message of celebrating tap water and demostrating what tap water can do for us. We have selected our 2013 winners!
- First place - Michael Wayne of Conway Elementary in St. Louis
- Second place - Savannah Meyer of Hazel Grove Elementary in Lee's Summit
- Third place - Lena Earls-Prewitt, Homeschooled in St. Louis
A safe, reliable water supply is critical to the success of any community. The department helps ensure Missourians receive safe drinking water by assisting public water systems in compliance with safe drinking water laws and regulations.
- 2012 Drinking Water Week
- 2011 Drinking Water Week
- 2010 Drinking Water Week
- 2009 Drinking Water Week
- 2008 Drinking Water Week