Beechworth students dazzle
AN ‘extravaganza’ at the Old Beechworth Gaol organized by the Beechworth Secondary College certainly was fantastic.
“The students have been planning the event collaborating with Indigo Shire Youth Worker and musician Sal Kimber, and the FREZZA program,” Principle Trish Broom said.
“With the help from Headspace and AntiSuicide they set up a chill out room where students can go to relax and get away from it all.”
The Old Gaol was filled with market stalls, food stalls, music, dramatic performances, art exhibitions and robotic displays.
“There was a wonderful art exhibition beside the cells from the senior art students displaying the deep level of thought that was concerning some of the artists,” Ms Broom said.
“The extravaganza was a good opportunity to highlight the many creative and community activities that the college encourages and we thank the team at the Old Beechworth Gaol for the free use of the venue.”
YOUNG MUSICAL TALENT: The foodies ‘Cooking up a Storm’ are Erica Gray, Erica James, Brynn Larkings and Ella Hillas.
BELTING OUT TUNES: The very talented College Band Indigo Walker-Stelling, Lily McPherson, Ivy Kusmiersic, Tiahn Barnard and Grace Rutherford wowed the audience with great music and songs.