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Concert-goers choose new logo from four student designs

April 27, 2015 Updated: April 27, 2015 at 2:03 pm
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photo - Conductor Ken Soper congratulates winner Lauren "Nicole" Beene. Photo by Greg Sandstrom.
Conductor Ken Soper congratulates winner Lauren "Nicole" Beene. Photo by Greg Sandstrom.  

Audience members at the Rocky Mountain Wind Symphony’s concert on Sunday chose Pine Creek High School senior Lauren "Noelle" Beene’s design as its new logo.

The 20 students in Tiffanie Davis' advanced graphic arts class at Pine Creek each created a unique, original logo for the band, as a class assignment. The ensemble’s 50 members narrowed the field to four finalists.

The packed house at First Christian Church on Sunday afternoon talked to our student finalists about their logo designs and voted by ballot during the second half of the concert.

It was close vote, said Jane Sandstrom, one of the symphony members. Noelle’s logo was announced as the winner at the end of the concert, which the final one for this season.

Noelle will attend Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia in the fall. It was the second design she did. She said she didn’t like the first one she came up with and scrapped it to do another, with mountains she drew.

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