Launch of the logo for the celebration of the centenary of Mount Isa | The Northwest Star

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A year after Mount Isa’s 100th anniversary, Mount Isa City Council launched a logo for centenary celebrations. The new logo was launched on February 23 – the official date of Mount Isa’s 99th birthday – and the Council said it was designed with input from the entire community and strived to bring together the main characteristics of life at Mount Isaac. The logo features artwork by local Indigenous artist Glenda McCulloch depicting kangaroo tracks, a star, an Indigenous meeting place, and traditional Kalkadoon headwear. There are also depictions of Mount Isa’s skyline, including the foundry chimneys, fireworks, and surrounding natural landscape. READ ALSO: First death in North West due to driver of COVID Mount Isa road train charged with drunk driving Campbell Miles filed his mining lease called Mount Isa. It would become one of the richest deposits in the world and the site of a booming city of the same name. The council encourages members and community groups to submit local events to be included in the 2023 calendar for the centennial year. These can be registered at Mayor Danielle Slade said council will respond to each submission and work with groups to produce a schedule of complementary events. “This will give locals and visitors an opportunity to join us in celebrating this historic event,” said Mayor Danielle Slade. The council wants the community to use the hashtag #ISA100 to keep these memories together and highlight life at Mount Isa. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content: DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY? Send letters to the editor or story tips to [email protected]


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