LIVERMORE -- Living Arroyos, a new land enhancement program, is looking for high school students in the Tri-Valley to compete in a logo design contest.
The contest is open to students in Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore school districts. The winner's work will be displayed on the Living Arroyos website, T-shirts, and literature. A prize of $150 will also be awarded.
Living Arroyos is a partnership among Urban Creeks Council, Zone 7 Water Agency, and the city of Livermore. The program is dedicated to the renewal and management of more than 45 miles of urban streams and streamside habitats in the upper Alameda Creek watershed.
Logo submissions must be made by April 18 and should be emailed to email@example.com. Contestants can call 510-356-0591, ext. 4 with any questions.
For details, visit www.livingarroyos.org.
Contact Jeremy Thomas at 925-847-2184. Follow him at Twitter.com/jet_bang.