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Bottled Water Label Contest

This year’s winning artist, Tyler Yang, a second grader in Mrs. Lyman’s class at Mabel Paine Elementary.

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Board Recognizes Label Contest Winner

emily-winnerToday, the YLWD Board of Directors recognized Emily Garten, a third grader in Mr. Laporte's class at Rose Drive Elementary School, for winning this year's bottled water label contest. 

With her family watching, Board President, Bob Kiley presented Emily with a Proclamation from the District thanking her for artwork.  Emily’s artwork will be featured on the inside label of YLWD’s bottled water for the next year.

Since the inception of the District’s bottled water program, YLWD has incorporated water education into the bottle holding a label artwork contest each year, with the winning artwork displayed on the label. 

Dozens of entries were submitted from elementary schools across the District.  After narrowing the field to a top three finalists, the winner was decided by the public in an on-line vote.  More than 1,500 online votes were cast, with Emily receiving 753 votes to win the year’s contest. 

Thanks to all the students who participated and to everyone who voted!!!

And the winner is...

After more than 1,500 online votes were cast, 3rd Grader, Emily Garten of Rose Drive Elementary narrowly defeated 4th Grader, Sydney Holland of Mabel Paine Elementary School, to win this Year's Bottled Water Label Contest. Emily received 753 (50.2%) of the votes with Sydney receiving 717 (47.8). 1st Grader, Hannah Yee, of Golden Elementary came in third with 31 votes (2.1%).

Emily's artwork will be featured on the new label of YLWD bottled water.



The Yorba Linda Water District Board of Directors today voted unanimously to ask customers to voluntarily cut their water use as a result of the state’s critical water supply conditions.

California has experienced several years of drought-level conditions, including a drought on the Colorado River, now going into its 14th consecutive year, with 2014 expected to exceed 2007 as the driest year on record in the state. These facts, in addition to the State of Emergency due to Drought Conditions, issued by Governor Brown in January, have prompted the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) to declare a Water Supply Alert condition to its 26 member agencies and the 19 million people they serve in six counties.

“This is a statewide problem and we have to do our part,” said Board President, Bob Kiley.   “Thankfully due to the foresight of the regional water purveyors and investments made over the last decade or so, we’re not in dire straits, just yet. But we don’t know how long this drought will last, and every drop counts.”

To assist customers with water use efficiency, Metropolitan has increased programs aimed at providing additional rebate incentives for Southern Californians to purchase water-saving devices and help reach the Brown Administration’s goal of a statewide per-capita water use reduction of 20 percent.

For more information on MWD’s available rebates, visit


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