Students Honored for Designing Parks Advisory Board logo

Heritage High School student Heidi Hayden was honored by the Clark County Council for designing the winning entry in a logo contest for the county’s Parks Advisory Board.

Three other Heritage students were also honored during the council meeting. Eli Entwistle crafted the second-place logo, while Jennifer Jones and Viktoria Kryshtal jointly designed the third-place entry. Troy Wayrynen, a digital arts teacher at Heritage who incorporated the contest into his class, was also recognized by the council.

Students from four high schools in Clark County – Fort Vancouver, Heritage, Hudson’s Bay and Skyview – submitted nearly 50 entries for the logo contest. A selection committee reviewed each entry and narrowed the field down to the top 10, and the Parks Advisory Board voted among those to choose the top three.

Each of the four students that were honored received a trophy and gift basket.

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