Kendall Koval designed this winning artwork for the Be the Change event poster. Be the Change is coming up March 17 at Chief Kanim Middle School, for middle-school age students in the Valley. (Courtesy Image)

Kendall Koval designed this winning artwork for the Be the Change event poster. Be the Change is coming up March 17 at Chief Kanim Middle School, for middle-school age students in the Valley. (Courtesy Image)

Kendall Koval named winner of ‘Be the Change’ poster design challenge

  • Wednesday, February 14, 2018 11:55am
  • Life

Mount Si High School student Kendall Koval has been named the winner of the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network’s “Be the Change” poster design contest. Koval’s design will be used as the promotional poster for the 11th annual “Be the Change” event for middle school age students in the Valley, set for March 17.

A poster committee of Valley teens chose the winning design, with comments such as “I like how this image suggests that one idea can sprout many,” and the design was “light, positive and represented growth.”

The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network inspires youth in grades 4-12 to be safe, healthy, and successful. For more information, visit www.snoqualmievalleycommunitynetwork.org.

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