Pulaski County commissioners have selected a design by Jordan Luttrell, a senior at the Waynesville Career Center, to become the logo for Pulaski County. The logo was revealed Friday during Portfolio Night for students in the graphics design classes, taught by Donna Groves.
Luttrell is a senior at Iberia High School, and her design features a patriotic red, white and blue motif with a bridge, canoe and river; it includes the words, “Pulaski County, Come Here, Stay Here. Est. 1833 and Missouri.”
“I am honored that our county clerk requested my students to design a logo for them, and I am so proud to have Jordan’s design chosen to represent our county,” Groves said.
Seven graphic design students presented their designs to commissioners in October during a special meeting.
“When the designs were unveiled to myself and the commission, we were all impressed by the quality of the work and the professionalism of the student presentations,” County Clerk David Ernst said.
(Editor’s note: This article was submitted to the GUIDON from Waynesville R-VI School District.)