The Seattle Estonian Society and West Coast Estonian Days (LEP) organizing committee have a few announcements that we would like to share.
First, in light of the current COVID-19 crisis, Seattle LEP 2021 will be postponed.
But do not worry, Seattle will be hosting the 35th LEP when it is safe for us all to gather together once again.
As we wait and look forward to that time, we will be offering some online events and opportunities to connect virtually.
Stay tuned for more information on our website and Facebook page, or sign up for our mailings through the contact section on the LEP2021 webpage.
Now, on to happier news…. Seattle LEP 2021 has a logo!
We had so many amazing entries and artists that it took a while to come to a consensus……our winner is Eiki Martinson!
As you can see on the image we have a Baltic longboat symbolizing our ancestry and the trials and challenges of sailing West to find new opportunities.
The five shields represent the five hosting communities of LEP since its beginnings.
Finally, the longboat encounters an orca, one of the inhabitants of the NW.
It symbolizes the natural beauty of WA state and the seas that connect our ancestral and new homes.
And thank you to our Logo Contest sponsors Click And Grow (www.clickandgrow.com) for the prize of a Smart Garden and cornflower pods.
We hope you all stay healthy and safe.
We will keep you entertained and connected while we all do our best to help get back to normal so we can come together again.
Further information and updates as they become available can be found on the LEP 2021 website www.lep2021.com and on the “West Coast Estonian Days- LEP 2021 Seattle” Facebook Page.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
The Seattle LEP202x Organizing Committee