Saturday, August 14, 2010

News from the Stoughton Public Library in Massachusetts

Link to August 13 Patriot-Ledger article, "Young Stoughton environmentalist creates green logo for library reading shirt contest".

Excerpt: When Natalie Falco’s mom heard about the theme for this year’s Stoughton Public Library summer reading program, she knew her daughter had the skills and ideas to create a perfect logo to accompany the campaign.

She was right.

Last month, Falco’s design was selected as the winner of the Go Green at Your Library summer reading T-shirt design contest.

Falco already had some great design ideas because she recently helped her sister create some environmental sketches for a project. Using that insight, the 18-year-old spent less than an afternoon creating the 8 ½” x 11” design which consists of a light bulb, a tree, a book and a butterfly

But remember folks, there is only one Waunakee in the world.

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