Mindfulness Colouring Competition Winners Announced!
Goldfields Libraries is delighted with the response to its second Mindfulness Colouring Competition held in January. Like last year, a range of colourful, high quality entries was submitted from both genders, representing various age groups and geographic locations.
This year the competition was split into two categories, with four winners in each plus a Regional Champion. Results were as follows:
|Winner’s name||Age||Library where entered|
|Emma Chaffey||10 years||Castlemaine|
|UNDER 13 YEARS|
|Richard Beveridge||6½ years||Gisborne|
|Lily Gehman||13 years||Woodend|
|Maddie Wild||10 years||Woodend|
|Julia Piotrowski||11 years||Bendigo|
|OVER 13 YEARS|
|Katherine Ledlie||43 years||Bendigo|
|Gwynith Young||72 years||Bendigo|
|Martineau Byrne||16 years||Kangaroo Flat|
|Yuzuri Chaffey||42 years||Castlemaine|
“Goldfields Libraries would like to thank all participants and congratulates all winners, especially our new Regional Champion Emma Chaffey!” said Tammy Higgs, Goldfields Libraries Programs and Events Coordinator.
“We are delighted to see how popular the event has been following last year’s success. It has been a great creative program to run, engaging all age groups and promoting brain health and wellbeing in the community,” said Ms Higgs.
The winning entries can be viewed in some Goldfields Library branches, and online at www.ncgrl.vic.gov.au/mindfulness
All winners will receive a very appropriate prize – a mindfulness colouring book to continue refining their colouring skills!
Photo: Emma Chaffey, Regional Champion and Yuzuri Chaffey, a winner in the Adults category