Mansfield University Senior Recognized!

Posted by | May 30, 2012 | Top News Stories | No Comments
Britney Wine & Whiskers featured

Wellsboro, PA – The Advanced Advertising Design and Lettering Class was asked to create a logo/marketing package for Animal Care Sanctuary’s upcoming summer event, “Wine & Whiskers,” being held July 21, 2012 in Wellsboro.  The winning logo design belongs to Ms. Britney Johnson of Westfield, PA. She is a senior graphic design art student, and will be recognized at the fund raising event as creator of the Wine & Whiskers’ Annual Event  Logo for many years to come.

“Thank you, graphic design students and professor Michelle Schlegel, for making Animal Care Sanctuary your community outreach project this semester. It was very difficult to select just one winner out of so many unique, and well-thought through designs,” said Joan Smith-Reese, executive director for ACS.

Britney described how she looked closely at the ACS company logo and depicted her own dog and cat silhouettes to ride on the wine bottle, bringing the event’s theme to life. She said her professor helped the class narrow down all their ideas to a few, and she is thrilled to have won.

Everyone is encouraged to attend the Wine & Whiskers Summer Event, July 21st from 5 pm to 9 pm at 11765 Route 6 in Wellsboro, PA. Please see to be a sponsor, purchase your tickets, or make a donation for the animals.

“We are delighted the MU students express such an interest in helping to care for, and love our furry, four-legged residents. With huge hearts, they donated bags of treats, toys, bedding, and food, and want to learn more about animal care, animal safety, shelter animal well-being, and being part of a center of excellence for all animals. We thank them from the bottoms of our hearts,” says Wendy Reber, ACS Community Liaison for Tioga County.

Animal Care Sanctuary is a dedicated, nurturing stepping stone for animals of all kinds. We have been a sanctuary for 45 years, and three years ago started the successful adoption program to find forever homes, NOT just “quick homes” for our animals.

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