ORLANDO — Every year, thousands of Orange County Public School students showcase their artistic talent through OUC—The Reliable One’s Water Color Project, an education outreach initiative that seeks to inspire students in grades 4 through 12 to create artwork depicting water conservation-related themes.
This year’s contest drew talent from across Orange County, with 16 schools and 1,321 students participating, of which 160 submitted entries in the calendar artwork contest.
Featured artists include:
- Lauren T., 5th Grade – Stone Lakes Elementary
- Andrea H., 4th Grade – Camelot Elementary
- Lian G., 5th Grade – Endeavor Elementary
- Abril D., 5th Grade – Endeavor Elementary
- London S., 5th Grade – Camelot Elementary
- Ellie H., 5th Grade – Hillcrest Elementary
- Belle B., 4th Grade – Hillcrest Elementary
- Veronica S., 4th Grade – Endeavor Elementary
- Juan R., 4th Grade – Oakshire Elementary
- Maria S., 5th Grade – Stone Lake Elementary
- Delilah N., 4th Grade – Andover Elementary
- Scarlett P., 5th Grade – Stone Lake Elementary
- Sabrina A., 5th Grade – Wyndham Lakes Elementary
Complimentary calendars are available while supplies last. Pick one up today at OUC’s Reliable Plaza, 100 West Anderson Street, Orlando, FL 32801.
About OUC—The Reliable One
Established in 1923 by a special act of the Florida Legislature, OUC—The Reliable One is the second largest municipal utility in Florida. OUC provides electric and water services to about 400,000 accounts in Orlando, St. Cloud and parts of unincorporated Orange and Osceola counties. Visit www.ouc.com to learn more about our commitment to reliability, affordability and sustainability.