Youth Week 2020

Murrumbidgee Council proudly supported Youth Week 2020.

Two great activities were held:

  1. Tackling ISO life creative arts competition

The winners of the ‘ISO Life’ Creative Arts competition were:

Media Winners

1st place – Chelsea Winn ‘A day in my life’

Runner up – Travis Lawton ‘Isolation film’

Artwork/Sculpture

1st place – Charlie Simpson ‘Business as usual’

Runner up – Justin Lawton ‘Can Tractor’

The winners will received a set of Beats headphones and the runners up will received a wildlife encounter voucher to redeem at Altina Wildlife Park.

 

With our plans for a bus trip to Griffith hijacked by COVID-19, we're running a "Tackling ISO Life" Creative Arts competition.

So, get creative and upload your best media compilation or a photo of your sculpture or artwork to Facebook.

There's a great set of Beats headphones as well as gift vouchers to be won.

Don't forget to add the hashtags #stayathome and #iliveinthemurrumbidgee.

Download the enrolment form with terms and conditions.

Entries close at 5.00 pm Thursday 30 April 2020.

This activity is funded by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice, NSW Youth Week and Murrumbidgee Council.

  1. "Stay at Home" colouring-in competition

The winners were:

Under 4 - Agnes Bruton and Jobe Marshall

5-6 year olds - Olivia Hardy and  Willow Pound

7-8 year olds - Zavier Rorato and Tom Demamiel

9-10 year olds - Chloe Demamiel and Baxta Demamiel

11-12 year olds - Kizzi Moore and Maggie Maynard

13-15 year olds - Travis Lawton and Reagan Cullen 

The winners received a shop local voucher.