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McMaster Okanagan Office of Health & Well-being

Prioritizing Optimal Health & Well-being at McMaster

Logo Contest


On May 7th and 8th, the SCORE! team held a Gallery Walk at Lake Avenue Elementary school. During the Gallery Walk, we ran a Logo Contest where we invited all students at the school in grades K-8 to submit logo designs based on the principles of SCORE!. Students were asked to design a logo that captured healthy active living and nature-based activities within the Riverdale community, and we received over 60 submissions. Of these submissions, the SCORE! team picked a winner based on artistic merit, alignment with SCORE! objectives, and overall impression.

Though it was a tough decision, we picked Samiha (Grade 4) as our winner! Samiha’s original logo can be seen below, and the digitized version of her design will now be used on our website, communications, and social media from now on. But there’s good news for all – all logos submitted alongside full consent are displayed here for your viewing! Try to find yours and make sure to keep coming back to the site for more updates on all things SCORE! Congratulations Samiha and all contest participants!

Congratulations to our contest winner, Samiha!

Pictured (Left to Right): Junaid Habibi (SCORE! Team), Samiha, Jeff Zwolak (Principal, Lake Avenue Elementary School)

Logo contest winner posing with the SCORE! project team.

Below is Samiha’s logo!

See the original drawing next to the new, digitized version that will be used as the official logo to the SCORE! project.

SCORE! logo. The centre of the logo has green text that says
Samiha's drawing for the SCORE! logo contest. The project name, SCORE!, is spelled out using green letters. Above the project name are six drawings in different colours that represent health and fitness.

Check out the other logo contest entries below!

Take a moment to browse the talented artists of our area. See a photo you like? Click on it to make it larger for viewing.