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Jefferson Median Beautification Project selects winning logo

Art Garcia, who owns Graphic Content design firm in Oak Cliff, created the winning logo in the Jefferson Median Beautification Project’s contest.

Stephanie Hindall of Tefi Designs organized the contest, and a panel of judges chose the winning design.

The Jefferson Median Beautification Project is a grassroots nonprofit with a goal of planting trees the length of the Jefferson median from Oak Cliff Blvd. to the Cockrell Hill city limits.

Last fall, the volunteer group planted 18 trees at Hampton and Jefferson, and this fall, they will plant more at Jefferson and Plymouth.

By |2010-10-05T15:21:26-05:00September 15th, 2010|News|Comments Off on Jefferson Median Beautification Project selects winning logo

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