CONNECT: Mayor   Denise Knight, Ash Johnston and participants at  Get Connect's   launch.
CONNECT: Mayor Denise Knight, Ash Johnston and participants at Get Connect's launch.

Enter your logo ideas for Toormina project

YOUNG locals have the opportunity to showcase their creativity by designing the logo for the new Get Connected Toormina project.

Get Connected Toormina is a youth and family focused project launched in December with a community day to celebrate the resurfacing of Toormina Skate Park.

The first stage of the project focused on general improvements to the Toormina Skate Park.

Following this, further activities are now being planned to engage the community in a range of programs involving young people and local organisations.

Youngsters aged 12 to 18years old can submit their original logo design for consideration.

The competition winner will work with graphic designer Suzanne van Gestel to create the official logo.

The winning entry will be announced in March, with the logo to be used for project initiatives.

For details or to enter your design, visit libraries.coffsharbour.nsw .gov.au/youngpeople.

Entries close 5pm, February 28.



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