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A year-round natural setting on the shores of the beautiful Shuswap Lake, B.C. - a place of inspiration, gathering, and growth - Sorrento offers a year-round program of workshops, youth leadership training, public lectures and performances as well hosting booked events at our excellent conference, meeting & retreat facilities.
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Since we are located in the South Shuswap, right next to one of the major salmon runs in BC (and in the world), I would be interested in building on the fish theme, only making it a bit more specific to our area.
Some of the First Nations in this part of the world see the salmon as a sacred fish, a transcendent being that lives in two places (salt water and fresh water) just as sacred beings often inhabit two places (the earthly and the divine). Early Celtic Christians saw the salmon as a symbol of Christ.
One thing that I have been thinking is updating our earlier logo of the simple fish to a more representative fish of our region - the sockeye. The sockeye has a distinctive shape, it is a keystone species in our local region, and it has often be considered to be a liminal species - even a sacred fish. Keep in mind design should only have one fish as it represents Christ.
I’m wondering if the sockeye can somehow be incorporated into the logo of the Sorrento Centre. Keep in mind design should only have ONE fish as it represents Christ.