On Saturday, July 22, 2017, we joined a group of 23 Girl Scouts from the San Gorgonio Council during their sleepover at the Victor Valley Museum to teach them how to be stormwater savvy in their community.
Cece the Stormwater Trooper taught the girls and their troop leaders all about the dangers of stormwater pollution and how to prevent it by recycling and properly disposing of old paint at a hazardous waste facility center.
She also had a little help from our friends at the Victor Valley Animal Protective League, Terry and Millie the Corgi, who reminded the girls to pick up after their pets on walks and make sure their furry friends never drink from dirty puddles. A few girls even participated in a live demonstration to show how they are responsible pet owners by practicing new techniques they learned.
At the end of the presentation, Cece tested the girl's stormwater knowledge during a game of trivia.They all did an incredible job to demonstrate their stormwater savviness and even won some awesome prizes like sunglasses and doggie doo bags!
Congratulations to our newest Stormwater Troopers and thank you for pledging to protect our High Desert water from stormwater pollution!
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