Wood­work awarded at fair

Narrogin Observer - - News -

Stu­dents from the WA Col­lege of Agri­cul­ture — Nar­ro­gin took out the top three youth wood­work awards at the 2017 LiveLighter Ser­pen­tine Jar­rah­dale Com­mu­nity Fair.

Jes­sica Ap­pel­bee from West­dale won first for her seg­mented plat­ter made from a va­ri­ety of na­tive woods and resin.

Jes­sica said she en­joyed study­ing fur­nish­ing at col­lege, as it al­lowed her the free­dom to cre­ate what­ever she liked. Hay­ley David­son from Col­lie was run­ner-up with her cof­fee ta­ble made from Cana­dian pine.

Jack Babic, of Wil­liams, re­ceived third place as well as the pub­licly voted Cel­e­brate Ser­pen­tine Jar­rah­dale Award for his Shaker-style ta­ble made from marri and jar­rah.

The stu­dents’ work will be on dis­play at the col­lege’s open day on Fri­day, Septem­ber 15.

Hay­ley David­son, Jes­sica Ap­pel­bee and Jack Babic.

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