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CCHS student electrifies city with new logo

August 2, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A Columbia City High School student turned a classroom assignment into a winning project that will leave a mark on the community for years.

Liam Wilson, a student in Chad Moore’s graphic design class, participated in a contest put on by the city’s electric department to design a new logo. The department would use the logo on its vehicles and letterhead.

Wilson won the contest, and now will see his creative work on display in the city for years to come.

“I was really excited,” Wilson said of winning. “I was really proud that I had actually done that, and it was a big step to learn that graphic design would be good for me.”

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