Adventures with Allatoona Ally


Adventures with Allatoona Ally
with Allatoona Ally
Allatoona Ally Teaches Others About Water Conservation
S A waterSmart Coloring Book S
Lynsey Blevins
5th Grade
Big Shanty Intermediate School
Use a rain barrel to harvest rainwater
from gutters for watering lawns!
Gabrielle Weber
5th Grade
Sope Creek Elementary
Use a broom instead of a hose to clean patios,
sidewalks and driveways, and save water every time!
Emma Acker
5th Grade
Tritt Elementary
Don’t waste faucet water waiting for it to get cold.
Keep a pitcher of water in the fridge instead.
Jordan Sturgies
5th Grade
Bryant Elementary
Never leave the shower running!
Kieran Sears
5th Grade
Bryant Elementary
Never use your toilet as a waste basket.
Throw trash in the trash can.
Mikey Gravette
5th Grade
Otis Brumby Elementary
Your lawn only needs one inch of water a week
to stay healthy, so turn off your sprinklers when it rains.
Aubrey Coleburn
5th Grade
Addison Elementary
Wash your fruits and vegetables in a pan of water
instead of running water from the tap.
Haleigh Smith
4th Grade
Hendricks Elementary
Make sure to turn off the faucet when
brushing your teeth to help conserve water.
Abbi McElvy
4th Grade
Timber Ridge Elementary
Find and fix leaky pipes in your home
and save gallons of water every day.
Madison Levine
4th Grade
Mountain View Elementary
Only use your dishwasher and washing machine
when you have full loads of dishes or clothes.
Skyler Galper
5th Grade
Kemp Elementary
Help save water by taking short, five-minute showers!
Jasmine Banner
4th Grade
Garrison Mill Elementary
Installing a low-flow faucet aerator
reduces household water use.
The Ally Coloring Book is a waterSmart project
in partnership with Cobb County-Marietta Water
Authority and Cobb County Water System, featuring
drawings by Cobb County students. S S

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