Town of Snow Hill Unveils New LogoSNOW HILL – After a rigorous design process, the Town of Snow Hill is proud to introduce its new logo. Aiming to represent the multifaceted aspects of Snow Hill’s character to its residents and visitors, the town spent an extended amount of time weighing options from design companies as well as local artist submissions. The Mayor and Council endorsed a design by Snow Hill resident Julia Allinder, which speaks to the rich history and natural assets of Snow Hill.Allinder is a Salisbury University graduate, with a degree in graphic design, who loves the small-town feel of Snow Hill and the beauty and tranquility of the nearby waters. She entered the logo contest because it is a rare opportunity to design a town’s logo.“I thought it would be pretty neat to design something that could potentially be around for a lifetime – especially the mark of the town that I live in,” she said. “I think that’s pretty special.” The logo depicts the Pocomoke River and iconic cypress trees, while honoring its history and status as the Worcester County seat with a prominent display of the Worcester County Circuit Court cupola in the center. After researching other town logos, she sketched many iterations highlighting the most iconic features of Snow Hill until the right design was formulated.Allinder describes the opportunity as being “humbling and a blessing to be a small part of the history of Snow Hill – the town that seems to be coming more and more alive each day.”The Town of Snow Hill sends a warm thank you to Allinder and all of the artists who submitted renderings. They are excited to have a new logo that captures the charm of the town in one image to promote all they have to offer.