Estia Nursing Home residents win prizes at Taree Show 2018
The crafty creations of a number of very talented Estia Nursing Home, Taree residents have scooped up an armful of prizes at the Taree Show over the weekend.
Pam Relf received a first and second place prize for her knitted carnations, and Rhonda Laughton also took home a first and second place prize for her for knitted football coat hangers.
Rhonda also received a first-place prize for her knitted fridge towel, and yet another first and second for her knitted lace coat hangers.
Betty Bone claimed a second-place prize for her beautiful knitted finger-less gloves, and Myra Wright got second prize for her Rosella painting. Betty Bone claimed a second-place prize for her beautiful knitted finger-less gloves, and Myra Wright got second prize for her Rosella painting.
Bev McMahon claimed a collection of prizes, including second place for her Wild Flowers painting, first and second place for her Peace, Harmony and Tranquilly painting, and first place for her quilted bag.
Also receiving awards were Phillip Kenyon who got second place for a Rosella painting, and Neita Pearce, with first prize for a woven basket and another first place for her Possum folk-art.
Pictured: Neita Pearce, Wilma Brown, Aileen Brown, June Schofield, Myra Wright, Phil Kenyon, Pam Relf and Betty Bone
(As published in the Manning River Times 11/10/18)