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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Council's Environment Calendar 2023 launched

25 years of Council's much enjoyed environment calendar was marked today with a fresh bunch of young artists from Eurobodalla’s primary schools. Their winning works appear on the 2023 calendar, now available free at Council offices and libraries. Council's environment education officer Bernadette Davis was there at the start in 1998 and she welcomed today’s winning students, telling them what a challenge it was for her and the other judges to choose 14 winners from 560 entries. Councillor Amber Shutz helped Bernadette with the judging and today presented the winners with their book vouchers. Bernadette thanked the shire's teachers who provide “amazing support” for the competition every year.

And the 2023 environment calendar winners are... Didier de Celis, St Bernard’s Primary School Jess Elekessy, Sunshine Bay Primary School Elka Hampson, St Mary's Primary School Amiirah Nye, St Peter's Anglican College Blake Southan, Moruya Public School Cheylyra Ladmore, Narooma Public School Trinity Van Luin, Broulee Public School Ethan Harvey, Central Tilba Public School Felix Poole, Bodalla Public School Penny Fletcher, St Peters Anglican College Anika Higginson, Batemans Bay Public School Addison Green, Sunshine Bay Public School Chloe Kay, Narooma Public School Zara Dawson, Moruya Public School

Above: Winners of the 2023 Eurobodalla environment calendar were announced today by Councillor Amber Schutz and Council's environmental education officer Bernadette Davis.

25 years of Eurobodalla environment calendar


NOTE: Comments were TRIALED - in the end it failed as humans will be humans and it turned into a pile of merde; only contributed to by just a handful who did little to add to the conversation of the issue at hand. Anyone who would like to contribute an opinion are encouraged to send in a Letter to the Editor where it might be considered for publication

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