From the Montrose Daily Press (Matt Lindberg):
The 17th annual fourth-grade water festival was held by Shavano Conservation District, with the goal of educating Montrose and Olathe classes about water. “We do this because we want kids to be aware of the importance in having clean water and conserving it,” Cyndee Feske, Shavano Conservation District representative said. “Hopefully when they grow up, the knowledge will be second nature.” Fourth-graders from Pomona Elementary School make bubbles from soap and water to represent water surface tension during water festival activities at Baldridge Park Tuesday afternoon. Various businesses had representatives on hand giving 16-minute presentations at each site and Feske said they were happy to help.