Winners of the Greater Shepparton City Council’s RESPECT video competition have been announced.
The winners are Grady Tyson, Aritha Percra, Callum Tyson and Nathan Lonhake from Goulburn Valley Grammar School and the McAuley Champagnat Program, offered through Notre Dame College.
Greater Shepparton’s director community Kaye Thomson congratulated the winners.
‘‘It is fantastic to see our young people getting involved, showcasing their abilities and raising awareness of an important issue,’’ she said.
David Tennant from FamilyCare reiterated Ms Thomson’s comments.
‘‘Congratulations to the winners, not just on their entries but for understanding why RESPECT is so important to us all,’’ he said.
‘‘Young people have a vital role to play in ensuring Greater Shepparton is a safe and happy community and we hope the conversations the competition prompted continue.’’
Patrice Jackson from Berry Street said the panel was impressed with the high quality of entries.
‘‘We were even more impressed with the entrants’ deeper understanding of what RESPECT really means,’’ she said.
The project is a partnership between Greater Shepparton City Council, Family Care and Berry Street.