Coblentz wins Dog Jog Logo contest with unique design

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Amaya Coblentz, a third-grader at Aspen School, is the winner of the 2011 Dog Jog Logo Contest. Eight-year-old Coblentz, the daughter of David and Kristine Coblentz, is the contest’s youngest-ever winner.
She is also the first contestant ever to picture a cat cheering on the dogs. Coblentz’s design will be printed on all official Dog Jog T-shirts.
Other winners in the contest are:
• 2nd place: Valerie Li, 4th grader, Piñon School;
• 3rd place: Eleanor Rightley
• 4th place: Brigham Leikness
• 5th place: Jillian Bennett
Judy Zhou, Tazler Smith, Emily von Harders and Duncan Fuehne won honorable mention.
Coordinated by the Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club (http://ladoc.dogbits.com), the Mountain Canine Corps (http://www.mc2sar.org/) and the Atomic City Roadrunners, the annual Dog Jog is a fund-raising event for the Friends of the Shelter (www.lafos.org), a non-profit Los Alamos humane organization that improves the lives of unwanted pets.
The 2011 Dog Jog will be on April 16. All runners, walkers, and their dogs are invited to participate. T-shirts with Coblentz’s winning logo can be ordered with the entry form without entering the event.
Entry forms can be found at the Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club, 246 East Road, Pet Pangaea, or at www.lafos.org.