PHCC celebrated the Easter Holidays by launching the Easter Drawing Competition. The competition asked contestants to draw their favourite native animal that lives within the Peel-Harvey Catchment. Entries included drawings of a king skink, a kangaroo, a dolphin, and a pygmy perch.
The winners of the competition, eight-year old McKenzie Ellis won the children’s category for her colourful drawing of a numbat, an endangered species and also our State faunal emblem. The winner of the adult’s category goes to Bonnie Peterson for her drawing of a tawny frogmouth. Each winner was awarded a hamper from Mataya with lots of goodies. There were some beautiful entries, so thank you to all who participated.