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FHS students design logos for library

Forreston High School art students recently participated in a competition to design the new logo for the Bertolet Memorial Library in Leaf River. 

Library director Linda Schreiber and library board president Larry Wagner presented awards to the top three winners. 

In first place, Montanna Heinz, a freshman, designed an array of maple leaves floating among an open book and the name of the library.

In second place, Katie Erdmann, a senior, designed a stack of books with the name of the library underneath.

In third place, Nicole Fox, a junior, designed a red maple leaf with the Leaf River running through it in blue. 

All three award winners were presented with a monetary prize along with a new set of headphones. 

This graphic design project helped students understand the process of designing for a client. 

The winning designs, along with a few other submissions, are used on the Bertolet Memorial Library’s website, Facebook page, and letterhead.

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