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Significance of CLASS 1970 LOGO

Posted by The Administrator on February 6, 2010 at 1:29 AM

The historical impact of the symbols in the logo:

* the MAIN BUILDING signifies our home where we first got our secondary education that leads us to what we are now;

* the LOCOMOTIVE is a reminiscence of our activities when we were in our high school days, our camaraderie, our friendship and more importantly the memoirs left by our classmates and schoolmates like Nick Catalan, Oscar Tan, Lux Gaylo, Jose Alayon, Asher Villarias, who were already passed away, among others; 

* the SUGARCANE is a produce which La Carlota is known of  nationwide or even globally (La Carlota nga tubo); and

* the CIRCLE that encloses all those momentous symbols, purports the never-ending commitment of CLASS 1970 Alumni to be handed down from our generation to our children's generation, to their children's children, and so on and so forth!


This LOGO is designed by Joemar Sanchez as per humble request of Gilbor Camporazo. Joemar's service is "gratis et amores" for he felt at home with this class 70. Gil was able to know him when his membership was accidentally deleted from this site. GiI searched the web to find him. And fortunately, he was able to track down from his website that he's a graphic artist. So GiI took the opportunity to avail of his effort, time and skills he could muster to come up with this LOGO. And the rest is a history. Muchos gracias, Joemar. Long live.... our friend!

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Reply J o e m a r
3:34 PM on February 6, 2010 
Gilbor's input made the creation of the design easy...