Health program gets overhaul
Act Belong Commit’s logo and slogan have undergone a Roebourne-themed makeover in a move aimed at reaching out to the Aboriginal community in the region.
The mental health campaign’s Roebourne-based operation held a competition earlier this month to come up with an identity which was distinctly local for the social and wellbeing program.
Roebourne Aboriginal project manager Lesley Murray said the panel of judges had a tough time selecting winners out of 37 entries across seven categories. “The idea was to engage the local community in creating a logo that was locally and culturally relevant,” she said.
Emily Sandy and Bianca and Penesha Wally won the best adultadapted logo.
Ciara Coppin, Sho-ella Smith, Richard Togo and Justina Willis were also among the winners.
Ms Murray said the team would now work to develop a final logo design based on the winning entries.
About 80 people attended the event at the CSSU Gurlu Gurlu Maya in Roebourne.
About 80 people attended the Act Belong Commit event at the CSSU Gurlu Gurlu Maya earlier this month.