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High schooler wins logo design contest

Here is what Alison Kleiman submitted to the contest for the Menominee County Road Commission...
Here is what Alison Kleiman submitted to the contest for the Menominee County Road Commission logo.(WLUC)
Published: May. 4, 2022 at 4:55 PM EDT
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HARRIS, Mich. (WLUC) - A Bark River-Harris sophomore added a self-designed government logo to her portfolio.

In January, the Menominee County Road Commission could no longer ignore its need for a new logo. So, they held a competition for high schoolers in the area to design a new one. Over 100 designs were submitted by students at Menominee, Stephenson, and Bark River-Harris high schools.

Alison Kleiman won the competition with her logo featuring a map of the county. She hopes to use this experience to kickstart her career in graphic design.

“You see a design, a logo for everything. For every store you go to, for your devices, everything. There’s always a logo. That’s needed everywhere. That’s why I want to go into art,” said Kleiman.

The Bark River-Harris art department received a $500 grant from the Commission for winning the contest.

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