Contributed graphic — The South Whidbey School Board will likely vote to approve logo designs for the South Whidbey Community Center, the name that encompasses all rentable space at Langley Middle School.

Logo designed for South Whidbey Community Center

  • Wednesday, September 27, 2017 8:00am
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The South Whidbey School Board will likely approve a new logo for the South Whidbey Community Center at Langley Middle School during its regular monthly meeting tonight.

The proposed logo comes in four configurations, all of which have “SOUTH WHIDBEY COMMUNITY CENTER” displayed in a font with handwritten-like features. The logo also contains a tree with blue patterns behind it that appear like a venn diagram. It was designed by Langley-based Tinuviel Creative’s Kim Tinuviel.

The community center was formerly dubbed the “Langley Community Center,” but it was recently decided that the name needed to be changed so it’s more inclusive of the South Whidbey community and its taxpayers, according to Kristina Macarro, South Whidbey School District executive assistant to the superintendent.

The community center will be a hub for activities, with proposed activities ranging from a fitness facility to a Wi-Fi center. Clubs, businesses and nonprofits are applying to rent the 29 rentable rooms at the middle school. The prices range between $65-$1,222 per month, depending on the size of the room. Tenants will also be required to cover utilities and electricity.

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