Waihi Leader - - News - By VERA GOVER

A smaller at­ten­dance of 14 joined the Au­gust meet­ing but there was a good se­lec­tion of en­tries in the monthly com­pe­ti­tion.

The ti­tle was Branch­ing out and as usual there was a var­ied se­lec­tion of in­ter­pre­ta­tions. The judge for the day was He­len Heller who was also in charge of the af­ter­noon work­shop.

The af­ter­noon ses­sion was en­ti­tled Coast­lines and de­pict­ing beach scenes us­ing re­cy­cled ma­te­rial such as a large cir­cle of wire cov­ered with string, a se­lec­tion of wool to cre­ate the sky and pieces of drift­wood and flow­ers for the rest of the scene.

The fin­ished re­sults were de­signed to be dis­played.

From the morn­ing con­test, the Most In­no­va­tive Award went to Bar­bara Gadd. Other re­sults: In­ter­me­di­ate: Doreen Spain

1. Se­nior: Bar­bara Edling­ton 1, Kay Sav­age

2. Premier: Joan Daven­port 1, Mar­ion Hunter 2, Liz Franklin 3. Supreme: Pam Moore 1, Vera Gover 2.


Clock­wise, from left, Doreen Spain’s design; most in­no­va­tive from Bar­bara Gadd; and a cre­ation of Bar­bara Edling­ton.

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