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Growing Back East Gippsland Winners

And the winners of the Growing Back East Gippsland Calendar Competition are...

Dec 10, 2020


In August, we asked the students of East Gippsland to produce an original piece of work to be included in a collaborative creative project in the Growing Back East Gippsland calendar.

Students submitted their art pieces in the form of photos, drawings and paintings symbolising what ‘Regrowth, Resilience and Hope’ means to them and/or their community.

We received many great entries but ultimately we could only choose 12 winners.

Congratulations to Alesha King, Bridie Sheean, Darvi Chippendall, Harry McGuinn, Lakes Entrance Primary School, Liya Maria Joseph, Lydia Jamieson, Malachi Smith, Samreen Kour, Sebastien Amos, Winter Thomas, Zack Delaney and Charlie Hutchinson.

Thank you to every student for submitting your entry to the competition, we loved all of your pieces, and thank you to the parents for helping too.

Order your copies of the Growing Back East Gippsland Calendars here and check out the winning entries below.

Alesha King
Alesha King

Bridie Sheean
Bridie Sheean

Darvi Chippindall
Darvi Chippindall

Harry McGuinn
Harry McGuinn

Lakes Entrance Primary School
Lakes Entrance Primary School

Liya Maria Joseph
Liya Maria Joseph

Lydia Jamieson
Lydia Jamieson

Malachi Smith
Malachi Smith

Samreen Kour
Samreen Kour

Sebastien Amos
Sebastien Amos

Winter Thomas
Winter Thomas

Zack Delaney and Charlie Hutchinson
Zack Delaney and Charlie Hutchinson

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