Logan High School’s inaugural Clean Air Poster Contest Awards Night will be held Wednesday, April 8 at 7 p.m. at the Logan High School Theater. Eleven students will be honored and awarded prizes for their winning posters, including a grand prize of $100 from Logan City.
Fourteen other prizes from local businesses, including gift cards, cash and merchandise will also be awarded. The celebration is free and open to the community.
Roslynn Brain, assistant professor of Environment and Society at Utah State University, one of the coordinators of the contest, says some really creative and funny posters were received.
She says Cache Valley residents will like how the students used humor, movies and pop culture to encourage their generation to take public transportation, ride a bike, walk, carpool and refrain from idling during the winter inversions.
More than 70 posters were submitted, mostly from students in Logan High’s Environmental Science classes and the Governor’s Youth Council. Logan City will re-print and display the winning posters throughout the community starting later this month.