The Duvall Centennial Committee is kicking off the Duvall Centennial Celebration and is in search of a logo that can be used by the community to commemorate events throughout the year 2013.
The area that became known as Duvall, Washington was historically the home of the Snoqualmie Native American tribe.
Duvall was incorporated as a city on January 6, 1913, by rugged pioneers. The center of the present-day town was located on a hillside homesteaded by Francis and James Duvall, loggers who arrived in 1871.
Logging and farming were driving economic forces in Duvall utilizing the Snoqualmie River and railroad for transportation.
Since the late 20th century, the city’s pastoral appeal has been drawing residents who commute to jobs in aeronautics and technology in nearby communities.
Duvall’s historic corridor has helped to define an artistic movement that has been evolving since the 1970s. The City of Duvall, community organizations and businesses will be celebrating all aspects of Duvall’s history and future throughout the year 2013. Duvall’s Centennial Celebration will kick off at the city’s tree lighting in December of 2012.
• Designs can be in color but must be clearly reproducible in black and white.
• Logo will be reproduced in many forms of media, large and small.
• Entries can be submitted in any format, but digital is preferred in a jpg or pdf file in addition to EPS (if available).
• Entries must be submitted on CD or print to Duvall City Hall, 15535 Main St. NE or mail to Centennial Logo, City of Duvall, PO Box 1300, Duvall, WA 98019
The deadline for submission is October 15th, 2011 at 4:30 p.m. Winners will be announced October 28th, 2011.
Awards: First place – $100; second place – $50; third place – $25.
Submissions may be used wholly or in part to create a final logo in the appropriate media needed for reproduction. The Duvall Centennial Committee and City of Duvall maintain the right to reproduce in any form all artwork submitted.
Please include the following information with your design: artist name, age, address, phone, email, artist’s connection to Duvall, inspiration for design.