Houlton Pioneer Times

A Life Line unveils new logo

SMYRNA, Maine — A Life Line, the unique large animal rescue and rehabilitation farm located in Smyrna has a new logo.

According to officials from A Life Line, the new imprint, designed by Rosalind Morgan of RosWerks, conveys the journey of animals and humans in need of each other. Morgan and Luetta Goodall, A Life Line’s president, began a conversation about the organization and Luetta expressed their need for a logo and how important it was to show that the organization helps both farm animals and humans in need.

Morgan offered her design services and together she, Goodall, and Brandy Clark, A Life Line’s barn manager, came up with a design.

Orange is one of the colors that represent animal rescue, while human tracks accompany the animals on the path to jump start their future lives, and A Life Line is wrapped in the symbol for eternity. The new logo is being used on A Life Line’s business cards, board member cards and membership cards and will be seen on future flyers, brochures, newsletters, their website and other items.

A Life Line is a 501-c Non-profit Charitable organization that operates solely on donations and fundraisers to save, rescue, rehabilitate, feed and care for farm animals in need. For more information contact A Life Line at 207-532-8486 or Luettag@fairpoint.net.

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