Seventh-grader Lauryn Donahue wins state-wide poster contest

We all live in a watershed
Lauryn (center) receives her award from BPMS Principal Wayne Bell (left) and Executive Director of Saratoga County Sewer District Daniel Rourke (right). Rourke serves as the Capital Chapter representative on the NYWEA Board of Directors.

Broadalbin-Perth Middle School seventh-grader Lauryn Donahue was one of 14 winners in the “We All Live in a Watershed” poster contest, sponsored by the New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA) and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC).

The NYWEA received 674 submissions from seventh and eighth grade students in 33 schools across New York State. The winning posters will also be featured in a 2020 calendar distributed to all NYWEA members.