Last week, we traveled to Brookeville, MD to take part in the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission's 2nd annual Kids Water Festival. This outdoor festival provides hands-on learning about water issues, the environment, and the impact our day-to-day habits have on the availability and quality of water -- life’s most precious resource.
The event is held in conjunction with “National Drinking Water Week,” which is recognized annually in the first week of May. Over the two days, we educated nearly 700 fourth grade students, teachers, and parent chaperones from Prince George’s County and Montgomery County Schools. We would like to thank Angela Ballard-Landers for her efforts in organizing this massive event and inviting the Traveling Trainer program to be part of the experience.
Happy Adventuring...Kate and Tracy