3 students design winning logos for fair

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Three high school students have been awarded cash prizes for their winning logo designs for the Carroll County Women's Fair.

Winners were Stephen Turner of Liberty High School, $100 for first place; Jenna Phillips of South Carroll High, $75 for second place; and Aimee Cummings of South Carroll High, $50 for third place.

The organization invited all Carroll County high school art students to submit logo designs that depicted some of the goals of the Carroll County Women's Fair:

* To bring women of all ages, nationalities and religions together.

* To provide information about local services and organizations for women.

* To provide a forum where issues of concern to women can be discussed.

* To promote the equality of women and the quality of life for women.

* To promote networking between organizations and businesses for women.

* To encourage leadership by local women.

Twenty-five entries were received, according to Cherie Jenkins, coordinator of the logo contest. The Sun for Carroll County sponsored the contest.

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