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LARC marks 4th year with poster contest on climate change

Los Baños, Laguna—To raise awareness on the impacts of climate change on water resources, LARC conducted its 4th poster making contest as part of its fourth founding anniversary on Dec. 10.

With the theme “Combating the Negative Impacts of Climate Change to Our Water Resources,” the contest targeted elementary school students all over Los Baños, Bay, Calauan, Victoria and Nagcarlan, Laguna.

Almost 30 participants submitted entries, which was later on narrowed down to 12, which were then posted at the LARC Facebook page. A portion of the final score were based on the number of FB likes the entries were able to achieve for the duration of the online voting.

The top 3 winners were hand-picked by the esteemed board of judges -- Althea Roa of UP Painters club, Leo Gerardo C. Leonardo from Philippine High School for the Arts, and Janelle Cabrera UP Painters Club.

Winners were 1st place entry #8 Miel John Jefricks E. Montaña of Santo Tomas ES-Main, 2nd place entry #12 Lezlly Ann R. Gerundio of San Benito ES, and 3rd place entry #3 Gian Kristoff L. Putungan of Perez ES.

An exhibit was also launched during the same day at the lobby of the LARC Main Office that showcased its achievements for the past year. These achievements include corporate social responsibility initiatives, improvements in its customer and frontline services, and other projects to improve the efficiency and the reliability of the water supply system.

One of the highlights of the said exhibit is the construction of a new one million-liter reservoir at PuypuY Bay. The recently completed reservoir will enhance water reliability by increasing pressure in Bay and some areas in Los Banos and Calauan. 

Topics: LARC , poster contest , climate change
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