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Fun and games while learning about water

 Water Festival 2019
Water Festival 2019

Just after the noon hour on Wednesday, the football field on Lake Havasu City’s Island was a chilly, breezy place. Bright sunshine proved to be the saving grace as fourth grade students learned about water — where it comes from, why the West doesn’t have enough of it and how to conserve what little there is.

Hosted by Arizona Project WET, the students devoted two hours to hands-on learning about water from a group of experts. WET is a water conservation outreach organization through the University of Arizona.

This is the fourth year the group has visited Havasu. Havasu’s municipality and the Lake Havasu Unified School District sponsored the Water Festival for 400 students at a cost of almost $7,000.



by Pam Ashley, Today's News-Herald
Feb 21, 2019

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