April 28, 2005
Children's Performances Celebrate Safe Drinking Water Week, May 2 to 8
Fryeburg Water District Starting at 1:15, one skit will be presented at the Charles A. Snow School. Contact: Jean Andrews (207) 935-2010
May 3rd Mt. Blue Standard Water District Starting at 9:30 AM, one skit will be presented to kindergarten through fifth grade classes at Strong Elementary School. At 1:30 PM one skit will be presented to kindergarten through sixth grade classes at Phillips Elementary School. Mt. Blue District Contact: Carol Rogers (207) 639-5306.
May 4th AquaMaine Water Company, Camden/Rockland Division
Starting at 9:00, three skits will be presented to kindergarten through fifth grade classes from Lura Libby and Cushing Community Schools at Lura Libby School in Thomaston.
Contact: Lisa Heal 800-287-1643 x136
Limestone Water and Sewer District Starting at 1:30, one skit will be presented at Limestone Elementary School. Contact: Jim Leighton (207) 325-4788
May 6th Madawaska Water District Starting at 8:30, four skits will be presented to Kindergarten through fourth grade classes at Madawaska Elementary School. Contact: Don Chasse (207)728-3859
Many water utilities throughout Maine will open their doors to the public for tours of drinking water treatment plants, plan poster contests for children, or conduct classroom presentations about water treatment and the importance of source water protection. Call your local water utility to see what activities they have planned for Drinking Water Week 2004. (A community, public water system is defined as regularly serving at least 25 year-round residents. Examples include water utilities, mobile home parks, apartment buildings and nursing homes.)