Girl Scout Troop 663’s “Save a Drop” Campaign Recognized by The Board of Water Commissioners

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Girl Scout Troop 663 is pictured following a presentation of their water conservation project to the Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners. Front Row (1. to r.) Michaela Hale, Gracie Cain, Juliana Babore, Lauryn Zwerner, Lauren Parry, Saylor Little, Maddie Mester, Grace Pickard, Paige Zwerner, Ruby Mayo, Olivia Byrne, and Avery Paz. Back Row (1. to r.) Commissioner Bob Shannon, Commissioner Gloria Cordero, Commissioner Harry Saltzgaver, U.S. Congressman Alan Lowenthal, President Frank Martinez, Vice President Art Levine, and Troop Leaders Cindy Zwerner and Sabine Cain.

Girl Scout Troop 663 is pictured following a presentation of their water conservation project to the Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners. Front Row (1. to r.) Michaela Hale, Gracie Cain, Juliana Babore, Lauryn Zwerner, Lauren Parry, Saylor Little, Maddie Mester, Grace Pickard, Paige Zwerner, Ruby Mayo, Olivia Byrne, and Avery Paz. Back Row (1. to r.) Commissioner Bob Shannon, Commissioner Gloria Cordero, Commissioner Harry Saltzgaver, U.S. Congressman Alan Lowenthal, President Frank Martinez, Vice President Art Levine, and Troop Leaders Cindy Zwerner and Sabine Cain.

The Board of Water Commissioners welcomed Girl Scout Troop 663 to showcase their water conservation efforts during its April 7th Board meeting. The Girl Scout Troop implemented their own “Save a Drop” campaign and provided buckets for residents to collect cold water while they wait for the shower water to heat up.

“Thank you to Girl Scout Troop 663 for presenting to the Board how they are helping our community save water,” said Art Levine, Vice-President of the Board of Water Commissioners. “It’s important that we create the much needed water conservation awareness in our next generation, and these kids are so passionate about saving water.”

Long Beach Water is the standard in water conservation and environmental stewardship.

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