RIVER DAY LOGO CONTEST - 2013
The Clinton River Watershed Council’s 15th Annual River Day logo contest is designed to promote River Day along with Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend and Southeast Michigan’s annual Water Week. River Day is Saturday, June 8th events will include, festivals, fishing derbies, fly-tying lessons, clean up events and naturalist-led hikes through parks & trailways.
The Logo Contest
The winning River Day 2013 logo will be used on websites, event guides, t-shirts, and signage all across the watershed to promote River Day on Saturday, June 8,2013.
This contest is open to anyone. The winner of the River Day Logo Contest will receive a T-Shirt with their logo on it and a one year membership to the watershed council.
The contest rules are as follows:
- Art must be black-and-white, thick line drawing, absolutely no gray tones.
- Size: 8.5 x 11 inches or smaller
- The date 2013 must be prominent in the design of the logo.
- The design must also incorporate our “15th Annual River Day”
- Electronic submissions (JPEG or TIFF files only) are permissible, but they must meet the above requirements and be 300 dpi resolution or greater.
-Entries must be submitted to CRWC, 1115 W Avon, Rochester Hills, MI, 48309 and postmarked by March 25th, 2013 or sent electronically to Michele@crwc.org
Entries will be judged on their ability to convey River Day's goal of celebration and enjoyment of the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair, as well as their clarity and ability to be reproduced easily at a variety of scales. Judging and selection of the winning design will be completed at our annual meeting April 11th 2013.
If you have any questions, please contact Michele Arquette-Palermo at 248.601.0606 or Michele@crwc.org
River Day celebrates the leadership of local citizens, organizations, and communities whose efforts are critical to protecting and enhancing the overall water quality of the Clinton Watershed. Events range from the uppermost parts of the watershed in Oakland County’s Springfield Township where the branches of southeast Michigan’s most populous river system begin; all the way to the mouth of the river in Macomb County’s Harrison Township where the Clinton River meets Lake St. Clair.