Sticker competition a chance to give to schools

Last year’s winning design by a Gorokan Public School student

Students from K-6 across the Coast are being encouraged to pick up a pencil or a paintbrush to design a sold sign sticker using a template.

The competition hosted by Wiseberry Heritage Real Estate will pick six designs with one winner and five runner ups.

The prize for the winning design includes a Tree Tops Adventure Park Pass for the winner and nine friends, and their design will be featured on all sold signs for the entire month of October.

The school of the winning design will also receive $50 for every property sold by Wiseberry in October.

The five runners up will receive one Tree Tops Adventure Park Pass.

Schools that were invited to participate in the competition include Blue Haven Public School, Budgewoi Public School, Gorokan Public School, Gwandalan Public School, Jilliby Public School, Kanwal Public School, Lake Munmorah Public School, St Brendan’s Catholic School in Lake Munmorah, Mannering Park Public School, Northlakes Public School, Tacoma Public School, St Mary’s Catholic School in Toukley, Tuggerah Public School, Tuggerawong Public School, Wadalba Public School, Warnervale Public School, Mackillop Catholic College in Warnervale, Lakes Grammar School, Wyong Public School, Woongarrah Public School, Wyee Public School, St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School and Wyong Christian Community School.

The competition will run until September 14, and submissions needed to be submitted to Wiseberry Charmhaven or Gorokan.

Last year, Gorokan Public School won the competition where the school was given $2750 as part of their prize.

Templates for the competition were delivered to participating schools on August 30.

Harry Mulholland

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