Delburne Student Creates Winning Orange Shirt Day T-Shirt Design

The official 2017 Orange Shirt Day t-shirts will have a brand new logo thanks to a local student from Delburne Centralized School. A contest was organized through the Society for Safe and Caring Schools & Communities, which is instrumental in the annual Orange Shirt event that honors residential school survivors and promotes ongoing reconciliation. Orange Shirt Day is being commemorated this year on Friday, September 29th and Delburne Centralized School along with other schools and departments in Chinook's Edge will be taking part.

A design by a grade 11 student from Delburne Centralized School has been selected to represent Orange Shirt Day this month.
Amy Peters is in a distance learning art class this year and her teacher encouraged her to enter the logo contest.
She says her design will now be featured on the official 2017 Orange Shirt Day T-shirts.
Her design was selected from over 380 submissions.
Peters thanks her distance learning art teacher, the school, as well as family and friends for supporting the artwork she created.
Orange Shirt Day is being commemorated this year on Friday, September 29th.
(Photos provided by Chinook's Edge School Division)

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