The importance of drinking water


4-H representative address MES students

Courtesy photo 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger addressed Monarch Elementary School students in Februrary about the importance of drinking water instead of sugar drinks.


Courtesy photo Monarch Elementary School students drink water they flavored with a lime or a lemon or an orange as part a class about the importance of drinking water. The students were shown how to flavor their water in the healthier way and not drink sugar drinks.


Courtesy photo 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger shows students at Monarch Elementary School the ingredients in many soft drinks that make them not as healthy to drink as water. She also showed the students how to flavor water in a health way using fruits like limes, lemons, and oranges.


Courtesy photo Monarch Elementary School students look at the label of a soft drink to learn about the ingredients in it during a program presented by 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger. Rishberger present a program on the importance of drinking water instead of soft drinks.


Courtesy photo Students in Monarch Elementary School after school program gather for a photo with 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger who talked to them about the importance of drinking water.


MONARCH — The importance of drinking water instead of soft drinks was the subject of a discussion led by a special visitor to Monarch Elementary School in February.

4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger visited Monarch Elementary School’s after school program on Thursday, Feb. 18.

The purpose of Rishebarger’s visit was to talk to students about sugar and other ingredients in certain drinks they may consume and the ingredients in water. She stressed the importance of drinking water instead of drinks that may give them a rush but will leave them feeling bad.

At the end of the experiment conducted as part of the class, each students was given a cup of water and were permitted to choose a lime or lemon or orange to squeeze for juice and add to the water which they then drank. This showed the students a new, healthier way to flavor their water.

Courtesy photo 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger addressed Monarch Elementary School students in Februrary about the importance of drinking water instead of sugar drinks.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_clemson-extension-afterschool-2016-023.jpgCourtesy photo 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger addressed Monarch Elementary School students in Februrary about the importance of drinking water instead of sugar drinks.

Courtesy photo Monarch Elementary School students drink water they flavored with a lime or a lemon or an orange as part a class about the importance of drinking water. The students were shown how to flavor their water in the healthier way and not drink sugar drinks.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_clemson-extension-afterschool-2016-042.jpgCourtesy photo Monarch Elementary School students drink water they flavored with a lime or a lemon or an orange as part a class about the importance of drinking water. The students were shown how to flavor their water in the healthier way and not drink sugar drinks.

Courtesy photo 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger shows students at Monarch Elementary School the ingredients in many soft drinks that make them not as healthy to drink as water. She also showed the students how to flavor water in a health way using fruits like limes, lemons, and oranges.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_clemson-extension-afterschool-2016-005.jpgCourtesy photo 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger shows students at Monarch Elementary School the ingredients in many soft drinks that make them not as healthy to drink as water. She also showed the students how to flavor water in a health way using fruits like limes, lemons, and oranges.

Courtesy photo Monarch Elementary School students look at the label of a soft drink to learn about the ingredients in it during a program presented by 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger. Rishberger present a program on the importance of drinking water instead of soft drinks.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_clemson-extension-afterschool-2016-009.jpgCourtesy photo Monarch Elementary School students look at the label of a soft drink to learn about the ingredients in it during a program presented by 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger. Rishberger present a program on the importance of drinking water instead of soft drinks.

Courtesy photo Students in Monarch Elementary School after school program gather for a photo with 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger who talked to them about the importance of drinking water.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_clemson-extension-afterschool-2016-047.jpgCourtesy photo Students in Monarch Elementary School after school program gather for a photo with 4-H Science on the Move Coordinator Katie Rishebarger who talked to them about the importance of drinking water.
4-H representative address MES students
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