Students from kindergarten to 12th grade were recognized at a recent Chino Hills City Council meeting for winning the water conservation design-a-sign contest sponsored by the city. Shown, front row, from left, are Mia Chen, Alice Diep, Emma Shiozaki, Pola Shenouda, Sidanth Magesh, Kara Kuo, and Aaron Jo. In the second row, from left are Mayor Cynthia Moran, Sasha Cerasuolo, Katelynn Situ, Aidan Lopez, Reese Chen and Katie Lin. Winning posters were made into street signs and will be installed citywide.

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