On behalf of The California Endowment, Rural Community Assistance Corporation, and Community Water Center, you are invited to the South Kern Agua4all Initiative Launch Event in Lamont on Thursday, January 29, 2015.

The Agua4all Initiative seeks to create and promote increased safe water access and consumption in light of the health and equity issues such as unsafe drinking water and consumption of unhealthy, sugar sweetened beverages throughout California’s most underserved communities, specifically in South Kern and Eastern Coachella.

This very important media and community event will celebrate the first round of installation of 120 water bottle filling stations.  Your strong support and partnership for increased safe water in your community has been vital and has resulted in the local schools, parks, libraries, health clinics, and other community spaces in Arvin, Lamont, and Weedpatch getting these stations!  Come and try out a filling station with a water bottle and meet the school and community partners; local and State officials; funders; and non-profits that made this happen.  We want to celebrate and recognize the strong leadership of all of these partners, yourself included.

We would be honored if you could join us to launch this important effort to ensure that all Californians lead healthy, vibrant lives by creating innovative solutions together through safe drinking water.

Please RSVP HERE and we look forward to seeing you there!

Thursday, January 29, 2015


9:00 am – Mingle and Networking

10:00 am – Press Conference

Lamont Park

8304 Segrue Rd.

Lamont, CA 93241

If you have any questions about the event or the Agua4all Initiative, please contact Shen Huang at shen.huang@communitywatercenter.org or call (559) 733-0219.

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