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Help spread the welcome message

Published: 21 March 2016

Help spread the welcome message
Mayank Patel and Juliet Greene from Access Community Services with the new 'welcome' message at Council's administration centre.

The people of Logan City are proud of their cultural diversity, and now local businesses, community groups, schools and other organisations are invited to help spread Logan City Council's inclusive welcome message.

Council recently installed 'welcome' artwork around the main entrance at its Administration Centre in Logan Central featuring the word 'welcome' in English and more than 40 other languages spoken in our community.

The 'welcome' artwork is now available at no charge to the broader community in the form of window stickers, small desk signs and canvas artwork.

The aim is to encourage groups, schools, businesses and organisations across the community to display the welcome message in their offices/places where they meet, to spread the word that the City of Logan welcomes people from all cultures and values its cultural diversity.

The stickers are 30cm x 20cm (ideal for windows and glass doors) and canvases are 91cm x 47cm.

A colouring-in competition is also being run for primary school children, with two iPads up for grabs for the winning school.

The welcome message is one of a number of initiatives being delivered through the Logan: City of Choice Community Cohesion Working Group and Council to help build a stronger, more cohesive community in the City of Logan.

For more information or to order a sticker, canvas or desk sign, phone Council on 3412 3412 or email council@logan.qld.gov.au and put 'Welcome message' in the subject line.