Ten Sleep’s version of the National Library Week Logo



ten sleep logoFrom Carol Greet, librarian at the Ten Sleep library:
“Since we first saw the National Library Week logo, we felt it did not represent us in rural Wyoming.  It is a very city-centric logo, as many things are nowdays, so we decided to change it up just a little to better reflect our community because we matter too!”
In their version of the logo, they included:
mountain climbers,
snowboarders,
campers,
tourists,
tipis,
hunters,
fishermen,
sheep,
cattle,
cowboys,
sheepwagon,
moose,
deer,
truckers,
farmers,
oil field pumpjacks and wells,
railroad,
ranchers,
four wheelers,
the 4th of July sign (which is big in Ten Sleep!),
plus the few buildings that reflect Ten Sleep.
Carol adds, “Around us all is the Great Outdoors, with which we work and play. This is a better representation of our community and the diversity of its people, than those buildings on their logo! We thought you’d get a kick out of it!”
ALA’s National Library Week logo:
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