Expressing the Importance of Watershed Protection Through Art

In 2020, Pennsylvania American Water selected the winners of its 18th Annual “Protect Our Watersheds” Art Contest after receiving nearly 70 entries from fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders across the commonwealth. Fifth grader Evey Concannon of Fairview Elementary School earned the grand prize for her artwork. Her artwork earned first prize among eastern Pennsylvania entries, followed by Madison Celesnik, a fifth-grade student from Winding Creek Elementary School (Cumberland County), in second place. Sixth grader Grace Clark of Spring-Ford Intermediate School (Montgomery County) finished third. 

In western Pennsylvania, the first place winner is Ishi Gupta, a fifth-grader from South Fayette Elementary School (Allegheny County) with second place going to fourth-grader Jenna Kophazy from Beaty-Warren Middle School and sixth-grader Gabriella Kim from St. Margaret of Scotland School earning third place.All three winners are from Allegheny County. The winning students will receive Barnes & Noble gift cards.

2020 Winning Entry- Evey ConcannonEvey-with-sign

Artwork by Luzerne County fifth grader Evey Concannon earned the 2020 grand prize.