Your Township celebrated its 200th anniversary on March 16, 2009. This is a chance to reflect on our rich history and heritage and to display our Township by focusing on our citizens, schools, churches, businesses, and other organizations. In an effort to build community pride and unity over this momentous event, the Bicentennial Committee chose a professional logo (right) designed by local artist Rich Hailstone of Wraptek Signs & Graphics.
Wraptek Signs & Graphics is owned and run by Rich and Debbie Hailstone, who have been residents of Plain Township since 2002. Since Debbie graduated from GlenOak High School in 1993 and their son, Richie, is now a first grader at Avondale Elementary, they have always made it a priority to give back to the community by providing positive exposure to our local organizations. So far they have donated graphics for GlenOak's Mobile Production Van (Eagle TV), and now the logo for the Plain Township Bicentennial Celebration!
The logo was designed to showcase the community's history with gristmills, but was later changed to its present version. The design was built around an old digitized Township lithograph, combining the old world feel of the lithograph and the ribbon with the new world look of the logo's design. Accent colors were pulled from the sepia-toned lithograph and merged with the red, white, and blue for a patriotic feel. This logo is not only the icon of an extraordinary celebration, but is a symbol of this community’s past, present, and future.
The Plain Township Board of Trustees would like to thank Mr. Hailstone and Wraptek Signs & Graphics, our many sponsors, the Bicentennial Committee, and everyone who has been working so hard to give our 200th anniversary the recognition it deserves. We are proud to serve this community!
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