Stu­dents’ work hon­ours her­itage

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - OPINION -

WES­LEY Col­lege Year 8 stu­dent Ben­jamin Stoner has won the 2017 Phillip Pen­dal Young Her­itage Writ­ten and Pho­to­graphic Award Sec­ondary School Prize of $300 and Pen­rhos Year 4 stu­dent Poppy Sav­age the Pri­mary School $200 prize.

The stu­dents were pre­sented with their prizes from the fam­ily of the late South Perth MLA Phillip Pen­dal, in­clud­ing books val­ued at $100, by cur­rent South Perth MLA John McGrath at Her­itage House in South Perth.

This year’s win­ning en­tries are part of a Lo­cal Her­itage Ex­hi­bi­tion at Her­itage House.

Other stu­dents to re­ceive a $25 cash prize in­cluded Michael O’Sul­li­van, Oliver Wel­land, Hamish Matthews, Domenic Scutti, Mad­di­son Pad­dick, Ryan Duke-Yonge, Daniel Se­ti­awan, Aarav Shah, Joseph Se­ti­awan, Ge­or­gia Ste­wart, Mar­cel Bian­chini and Made­line Pink.

Ben­jamin Stoner, Maxine Pen­dal, Poppy Sav­age and South Perth His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety pres­i­dent Lynn O’Hara.

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