With this issue of the December 2020 Newsletter, LCC introduces its new logo – a graphic element that visually captures the essence of the natural beauty and community spirit of our neighborhood. The LCC Board of Trustees is appreciative of Sarah’s creative talent and generosity.
Sarah’s connection to the Laurelhurst neighborhood informed her work.
“I have a deep fondness for Laurelhurst. My siblings and I would race around the playfield, push each other as fast as we could on the merry-go-round and climb to the top of the red-roped structure. Perched in the back of my grandparent’s bright blue Volvo we’d cruise up and down the steep ‘wow’ hills to pick blackberries lakeside. I went to college right down 45th at the UW and spent my studies trekking across the PNW and the Andean Mountain range collecting plant specimens for DNA analysis. After graduating I taught preschool at the Sandpoint Child Development Center and developed curricula with an emphasis on outdoor learning and stewardship. I’ve since become a UI and web freelance designer with a propensity for community engagement, environmental activism, and education through visuals. I’m so grateful for this opportunity to collaborate with the LCC. Thank you!”