Thursday, 13 June 2024

Lower Lake High student wins 2010 Bluegrass Festival logo contest

Hallie Sullivan of Lower Lake High School in Lower Lake, Calif., submitted this winning entry, chosen by the Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association's 2010 Old Time Bluegrass Festival Logo Contest.



LOWER LAKE – A Lower Lake High School student has been named the winner of this year's Old Time Bluegrass Festival Logo Contest.

The Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association (AMIA) announced that Hallie Sullivan submitted the winning entry.

The bluegrass festival is the major fundraiser for AMIA and its preservation/educational work at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park.

The event also raises funds for the Children’s Museum of Art & Science, supports local schools and service groups who participate, provides a venue for local craft and food vendors, advertises individual sponsors and “markets” Lake County.

The festival is held at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park on the second Saturday in September.

This year’s festival will be Saturday, Sept. 11, and will also honor and raise funds for Lake County’s first responders.

Sullivan received $100 and her logo will be used for the 2010 Bluegrass Festival posters, t-shirts and other merchandise and promotional materials.

All logo entrants will receive tickets to the festival, a recognition certificate and their original art will be framed and on display at this year’s festival.

“We also plan to continue last year’s practice of making postcards of all of logo entries, adding them to a group of Bluegrass postcards made from all the 2009 entries,” said Gae Henry, who coordinated the logo contest. “AMIA sells these postcards as part of their fundraising for the park.”

Help to support activities such as the Old Time Bluegrass Festival by coming and enjoying the music, and set into motion the recycling of dollars and energy back into our wonderful community.

Anderson Marsh State Historic Park is located on Highway 53, between Lower Lake and Clearlake.

For more information about the festival, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 707-995-2658.

For more information about the park, visit

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