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Pelican Rapids library hosts design contest

PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. -- The public library is hosting a design contest for a new logo for the newly expanded library. The winner will be recognized at a dedication ceremony June 17 at the library. The winning design will appear on all communicat...

PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. -- The public library is hosting a design contest for a new logo for the newly expanded library.

The winner will be recognized at a dedication ceremony June 17 at the library. The winning design will appear on all communications and marketing materials for the library and Friends of the Library.

There is no entry fee and everyone is eligible to enter. The deadline is May 17. Submissions should be in black and white copy and must include the artists' name, address and phone number.

Bring the entry to the Pelican Rapids Public Library, 25 North Broadway, mail to Pamela Westby, Box 371, Pelican Rapids, MN 56572, or send electronically to pwestby@pelicanrapids.lib.mn.us .

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