Anyone under 18 years old has a chance at winning the Ponoka Minor Hockey Association’s (PMHA) logo design contest.
PMHA president Mark Prefontaine said they are exploring the possibility of a logo change and this competition has gained some traction with kids who have a flair for design work.
If the association does pick a new logo, it would also have to consider getting new jerseys for teams, including with change of colour if the logo would require it. With regard to colour, if PMHA does approve a design with different colours than the traditional green, the executive would have to apply to the league to have those colours approved.
The competition closes Monday, Feb. 29 with winners to be announced at the PMHA AGM in April.
Judging is based on originality, reflection of the community and should focus on the tradition of hockey. The winning artist will receive the first jersey produced with the design.
For more information check out www.ponokaminorhockey.ca.