Today marks the day for national "A Day Without Water."
It's a day where we take a step back and think about the uses and importance of clean water.
It's also a day for educating the community on the value water brings and the impact of living without quality tap water.
This is the first year Warren County Water District has pushed this initiative in the community.
A Day Without Water is a national initiative that brings awareness to the importance of having clean water in our countries and communities.
A day without water would encompass no shower, coffee, washing dishes, schools would be impacted and even firefighters as well.
They are calling on Warren County to reflect on how clean water is not something to take for granted but to appreciate.
Especially since there are many countries and even locals who endure the daily struggle of not having water.
Which Alex Renick, the Human Resources and Communications Administrator, says is a reality we shouldn't forget.
Renick also says they're working with local 4th-grade students on the importance of water.
They asked them to create an infographic stating why water is important to them.
They'll submit it today, and the community will vote on who had the best one.
Whoever wins gets a pizza party and cool pizza slicer.
The next national day Warren County Water District plans to be apart of is Earth Day.
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