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Six Montgomery County students had their artwork selected for the 2013 Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s 2013 calendar and one fifth-grader, Grace Ahn of Washington Grove Elementary School, has her submission on the cover.

Inspired by the theme “How I Use Water Wisely,” 526 elementary student artists from Montgomery and Prince George’s counties entered the WSSC’s annual calendar poster contest. Six students from each county had artwork selected for the 2013 calendar.

Clara Appiah, fifth grade, Cannon Road Elementary School, Silver Spring; Grace Ahn, fifth grade, Washington Grove Elementary School; Hannah Williams, fourth grade, Cold Spring Elementary School, Potomac; Ian Rubin, third grade, Flower Valley Elementary School, Rockville; Nicholas Capoccia, third grade, Seven Locks Elementary School, Bethesda, and Zehara Maroof, second grade, Alef Bet Montessori School, North Bethesda, were the Montgomery County winners.

The students were honored in a ceremony Dec. 5 at WSSC’s headquarters in Laurel. Each received $100 and three copies of the calendar.

Calendars may be ordered online at www.createphotoproducts.com/Store/WSSC for $13 each.