Photo taken by Toni Bell: Drop Saver Program Award Winners

Every business, industry, school and citizen can make a difference when it
comes to conserving water thus promoting a healthy economy and community. 

Water is a basic and essential need of every living creature. The City of Clermont and the State of Florida have designated April as Florida’s Water Conservation Month, to educate citizens about how they can help save Florida’s precious water resources. 

Clermont students (K-8) participated in a Best Practice Poster Contest. Drop Saver Program Awards were presented at the Clermont City Council Meeting. Winning posters will be displayed at the Clermont Performing Arts Center.

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