Students’ work honours heritage
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.