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Interwoven Legacies at Logan Boulet Arena

The legacy of Logan Boulet is now on full display at the Lethbridge arena bearing his name. Logan passed away on April 7, 2018, of injuries sustained in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. By donating his organs, Logan saved six lives. His selfless act led to the “Logan Boulet Effect.” Canadian Blood Services estimates 150,000 people registered as organ donors in the weeks following Logan’s donation.

In October 2019, the Adams Park Ice Centre was renamed Logan Boulet Arena. The City of Lethbridge Public Art Program announced a future initiative to consider Logan’s far-reaching impact. Interwoven Legacies weaves analog photographs from the Boulet family collection and the Galt Museum.

Logan Boulet, Arena, Public Art, Interwoven Legacies

“I wanted to show the ripple effects of Logan’s actions,” said Lethbridge artist Karla Mather-Cocks. “He is proof that a selfless individual act, like organ donation, can ripple and magnify. Not only within our community, but across the country.”

Interwoven Legacies is installed on the front windows and Zamboni of the Logan Boulet Arena.

“It’s amazing to share Logan’s life with the public in this visual way,” said Logan’s dad Toby Boulet. “Having these family photos displayed at his namesake arena is a perfect way to honour our son. Our family would like to thank the City of Lethbridge and Karla Mather-Cocks for making this a reality.”

Logan Boulet, Zamboni, Public Art, Interwoven Legacies

Logan’s legacy will also be recognized on April 7. Lethbridge City Council again declared the date as Green Shirt Day. The annual event began in 2019. It honours, remembers and recognizes all the victims and families of the Humboldt bus crash. It also inspires Canadians to talk to their families and register as organ donors.

“It’s important for the City of Lethbridge to support Green Shirt Day,” said Acting Mayor Mark Campbell. “Logan’s story is a source of inspiration for many people. We applaud the Boulet family’s continued advocacy for organ donation and we’re proud to join them in championing this great cause.”

The day features a free family skate to honour the Logan Boulet Effect. The Boulet family invites the public to join them in celebrating the Interwoven Legacies display. The skate occurs at the Logan Boulet Arena on April 7 from 1 - 3 p.m.

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