Breanna Duran (above), third place essay contest winner, shakes hands with Metro District President Ted Lohr at the June 16 award presentation. (photo by Terri Wiebold)
by Terri Wiebold
The Castle Pines North (CPN) Metro District Board of Directors announced the winners of the WARP (Water Awareness Responsibility Program) high school essay contest during its June 16 board meeting.
Tyler Cashion, age 18, won first place and the grand prize of $500. Max Larson, age 16, was awarded second place and Breanna Duran, age 14, was awarded third place. Larson and Duran each won a set of four tickets to the Van’s Warped Tour music and extreme sports festival.
Contestants were asked to submit essays explaining why it is important to “Get Warped About Water.” The CPN Metro District Board selected the three winners from a total of 13 essays submitted.
Launched in 2008, the WARP campaign is a public outreach program to increase water conservation awareness to the residents of CPN.
Details about this program can be found on the Metro District’s web site at www.cpnmd.org.
For more information, please contact Metro District Manager James McGrady at 303-688-8550 or e-mail Contact by email .