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H2Owl Mascot Partnership Program

The Water District has created a new water education and conservation program in partnership with its member cities and participating youth groups. The program features H2OWL, a new mascot that will visit schools, parks, and community and business events to increase awareness and participation in water conservation activities.

How the Program Works

First, we supply each City with a mascot costume and water-related flyers, fact sheets and give-away items that stress water conservation. Second, we are partnering with youth groups in our member cities that will both wear the costume and form an entourage that travels with the mascot to provide helpful information at group gatherings and events.

We have trained our youthful mascot partners about water-related issues and conservation to prepare them for their “work.” In addition to gaining valuable education and service opportunities, the Water District is making financial donations to the youth groups to help them with their club and service activities.

We have met with each City to identify worthwhile events and locations for mascot appearances. Please visit our web site to view the schedule in your city and to learn more about how to schedule mascot appearances [H2OWL Mascot Partnership Program]. We’d love to come to your school, business or community function!

Would you like H2Owl to appear at your event or location?
Call (626) 969-7911, or write us at info@sgvmwd.com for details.

Summary and Highlights of Mascot Program

  • Ultra Low Flush Toilet giveaway at Mark Keppel High School
 
  • Participated at City of Alhambra's annual Eco Fair.
  • Attended Azusa Concerts in the Park shows to distribute water conservation items.
  • Participated in the City of Monterey Park's annual Earth Day Festival.
 
  • Made presentations to all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students in schools in Monterey Park that are under Alhambra Unified School District, Garvey Unified School District, and Montebello Unified School District
  • Distributed conservation tips at the ULFT giveaway at Alverno High School
 
  • Held assembly at Sierra Madre Elementary School to discuss our Home Water Survey.