The Livermore Valley Education Foundation (LVEF) has a brand new logo, thanks to Enikoe Bihari.
LVEF sponsored a logo design contest, open to all Livermore district high school students, and Enikoe, a senior at Granada High School, submitted the winning entry. LVEF awarded $100 to Enikoe, and $400 to the GHS art department.
Enikoe's light bulb logo won out over entries from runners-up Emily Harrison and Kevin Mains.
"This logo represents the bright future that LVEF provides for Livermore students with programs in the arts, academics and athletics," explained Enikoe. "And, it fits nicely with Livermore’s historic Centennial Light Bulb in Fire Station #6."
LVEF Board member Jon Williams came up with the idea of the logo contest. "LVEF could not be more thrilled with the outcome of the contest," said Williams. "With our new logo we are proud to reflect and represent student ingenuity within our roots. We look forward to creating more opportunities to validate and affirm the amazing talents in our student community."
The logo was unveiled at the May 19 School Board meeting. During the meeting, GHS Principal Rambo surprised Enikoe by informing her that she had been selected Valedictorian for GHS class of 2015. Congratulations Enikoe on these two fantastic achievements!