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KHS art students design new logo for Plains Historical Society


Terry Lukassen for the Western Nebraska Observer

The Plains Historical Society invited art students from Kimball High School to design a new logo for the organization. Students designed a logo incorporating as many aspects of the local economy and history as possible. The winners were chosen in a blind entry vote by the Plains Historical Society board. Here, Glynn Felkins, left, and Penny Merryfield, right present the winner of the contest, Alanda Lynn Prather, with a certificate and a check in the amount of $100.

Terry Lukassen for the Western Nebraska Observer

The top three choices for the Plains Historical Society logo design contest are pictured above. From left, third place winner, Soraya Estrada, second place winner, Taylor Shepard and first place winner, Alanda Lynn Prather. Each of these three students are shown with their design, a certificate from the organization and checks in the amounts of $25, $50 and $100 respectively.


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