School art win­ners

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

Ar­mistice Day, on Novem­ber 11, was the day the pub­lic were in­vited to view and vote on the Com­mu­nity Art Pro­ject which the Aus­tralian Light Horse Me­mo­rial Park com­mit­tee has been run­ning since its launch on Wat­tle Day (Sep­tem­ber 2).

Mem­bers of the com­mu­nity and schools were in­vited to sub­mit small im­ages to be printed onto tiles, some of which will be used as track mark­ers around the park.

As well as en­tries from the pub­lic, the com­mit­tee also re­ceived works from St Mary’s Col­lege, Sey­mour and Puck­a­pun­yal Pri­mary School.

The most pop­u­lar in the open sec­tions were: (Mil­i­tary) A Sol­dier by Sarah Ma­son; (En­vi­ron­ment) Golden Wat­tle and Egg and Ba­con Seen in Spring by Jo Davis.

The most pop­u­lar in the ju­nior sec­tion (Mil­i­tary) Slouch Hat by Ai­den G (Puck­a­pun­yal Pri­mary School) and The Shadow of a War Horse by Tess T (Puck­a­pun­yal Pri­mary School); (En­vi­ron­ment) Na­tive Aus­tralian Eu­ca­lyp­tus Blos­som by Emily M (St Mary’s Col­lege Sey­mour).

— Saman­tha Gas­kett, Aus­tralian Light Horse Me­mo­rial Park com­mit­tee

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