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Erin Rotary Riverwalk Trail logo contest deadline extended

ERIN - The submission date for entries to the Erin Rotary Riverwalk logo contest has been extended to July 21.   

The Riverwalk Trail project is a joint initiative of the Town of Erin and the Rotary Club of Erin that will build a trail network capitalizing on the Town’s relationship with the West Credit River.  

This will be a multi-year project that will eventually include connections from the villages of Erin and Hillsburgh to the Elora-Cataract Trailway.  

The Riverwalk logo will be used on trail maps and signage, trail markers, promotional materials and printed and digital media. The logo design must include a shamrock and should reflect the river as a natural resource and focal point for the project. It may also emphasize in some way the theme of “active lifestyle.”

The logo design contest is open to all residents of the Town of Erin or to anyone who works or attends a school in Erin. The winner will be announced by in August.

Full contest details and contest rules are available on the Rotary Club of Erin website,  Entries will be accepted until July 21.

For more information please contact Don Fysh at


July 14, 2017


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