Stony Plain Youth Centre reveals new logo
The Town of Stony Plain has approved a new logo for the Stony Plain FCSS Youth Centre (SPYC). The new logo complements the Town's other corporate logos, branding strategies and initiatives and adheres to its Corporate Identity Policy and Visual Standard Guidelines.
The new logo will be used on all SPYC marketing and promotional materials.
“I am very excited that the Youth Centre has a new logo to represent its connection to the community,” says Cheryl Pronovost, youth services supervisor.
“The design contains familiar elements, like the lamp post, which makes us think of Stony Plain, but it is also unique. The new logo shows how the Youth Centre is a part of the Town's corporate identity.
About the Stony Plain Youth Centre (SPYC)
A division of the Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services (FCSS), the SPYC offers: a “safe place for all youth,” supervised by caring professional staff who work as advocates for Stony Plain youth who require services. Located at 4902 – 51 Ave., the Centre offers facilitated programs, drop-in activities, a used clothing store, entertainment, organized events and much more.
About the Town of Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)
The Town of Stony Plain FCSS exists to support families and individuals in all life stages through prevention-focused programs that promote and maintain social wellness for a healthy community. The department achieves this mission by supporting and strengthening families and communities, helping people identify and meet their needs and helping avoid family or community breakdown.
A cost-sharing partnership between the Town of Stony Plain, Parkland County and the Government of Alberta, FCSS is an efficient, proactive and cost-effective way to deliver prevention programs that meet specific needs of, and within, the community. A municipal bylaw, by resolution of Council, and legislation within the Provincial FCSS Act, provide the foundation for operating an FCSS program in Stony Plain.