2012 Environmental Calendar Contest Winners

With over 400 entries received, choosing the winners for Montgomery County’s 2012 Environmental Calendar Contest was a welcomed challenge! Students in divisions from Kindergarten through 12th grade chose one of two themes:  “Do Your Part:  Be Water Smart” or “Montgomery County:  Treasure It!  Don’t Trash It!”

“Each year we are impressed by the efforts of these talented students,” commented County Commission President Debbie Lieberman. “We applaud all the young artists who chose to devote their talent, time and energy to aide with increasing awareness of environmental issues within our community.”

Following a reception held in their honor, the winning artists were recognized on Tuesday, November 15th at the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners meeting. 

The 2012 calendar cover honors go to the grand prize winner.  This year’s grand prize winner is:           Jessica Burhans - 9th grader at Miamisburg High School

2012 Environmental Calendar

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