Pomona Lake 50th anniversary logo unveiled

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pomona Project, has released the official logo of Pomona Lake’s 50th anniversary, to be celebrated this year.

During a meeting Jan. 29, Corps officials reported the logo was in development, and would be available for use during the celebration. The Corps will use the same logo with the addition of the Corps’ insignia, but a logo without the insignia is being made available to promote this year’s celebration. The logo can be used on flyers and advertising to promote events, activities, special offers or other highlights of the communitywide celebration.

The new logo was unveiled Friday. In addition, the Corps has developed a new lake brochure and map, which will be available online soon.

A second planning meeting has been scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, at Breck’s Green Acres Restaurant, 4961 E. Hwy K 268, Vassar, to discuss possible activities, events and publicity to celebrate Pomona Lake’s 50th anniversary. All interested persons are invited to attend.

Anyone unable to attend but who would like to contribute an idea or has something to share should contact Stephanie Watson, Osage County Economic Development director, at [email protected] or call 785-828-3242.

For more information about Pomona Lake, see Pomona Lake’s 50th Year: Still a sparkling jewel in the ‘Water Sports Capital of Kansas’.

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