3 students design winning logos for fair

July 12, 1993|By Staff Report

Three high school students have been awarded cash prizes for their winning logo designs for the Carroll County Women's Fair.

Winners were Stephen Turner of Liberty High School, $100 for first place; Jenna Phillips of South Carroll High, $75 for second place; and Aimee Cummings of South Carroll High, $50 for third place.

The organization invited all Carroll County high school art students to submit logo designs that depicted some of the goals of the Carroll County Women's Fair:

* To bring women of all ages, nationalities and religions together.

* To provide information about local services and organizations for women.

* To provide a forum where issues of concern to women can be discussed.

* To promote the equality of women and the quality of life for women.

* To promote networking between organizations and businesses for women.

* To encourage leadership by local women.

Twenty-five entries were received, according to Cherie Jenkins, coordinator of the logo contest. The Sun for Carroll County sponsored the contest.

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