Vote for your favourite logo

The Chilliwack Healthier Community Stewardship Council is in the midst of choosing a brand-new logo as it moves forward

It’s a matter of taste.

Chilliwack Healthier Community Stewardship Council (HCSC) needs some help of a design nature, and is reaching out to members of the community.

The council is in the midst of choosing a brand-new logo, as it moves forward to improve Chilliwack and the health of all its residents.

Last month the council shortlisted two finalists in a contest that challenged local graphic designers to create a fitting logo. HCSC members voted Oct. 22 to choose between the two, but it was too close to call.

So the council is asking residents to pitch in and cast their votes to help decide which image will represent the HCSC and its initiatives in the months and years ahead.

Vote through Friday, Nov. 8, with the winning logo announced later in the month.

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