Heritage Society logo carefully chosen, says president
The Green’s Harbour Heritage Society’s new logo was carefully created, says Nancy Brace, president of the society, which each design element having at least one meaning.
The outside of the logo is an orange circle. “ The reason we chose that is the starting point for our society, with the Orangeman’s Lodge. And traditionally our whole shore is Protestant,” said Brace.
Inside the orange circle are three overlapping green circles, which Brace said could represent the community’s three founding denominations — Salvation Army, United ( formerly Methodist) and Anglican. They can also represent the past, present and future, as well as the trinity of Trinity Bay. Green was chosen as a nod to the name of Green’s Harbour.
“ So the actual green circles could be our address: Green’s Harbour, Trinity Bay,” said Brace.
The society’s initials are set in the centre, where the three circles overlap. “ So where the past, the present and the future overlap is where our society sits,” said Brace.
Scales have been added in overlapping portions to signify fish. “ Those three fish represent the reason we all ended up being here.”
Each of the design elements in the Green’s Harbour Heritage Society’s new logo was carefully chosen, says society president Nancy Brace.