Schools vie for Christmas tree award
Two local schools are vying for the title of best Christmas tree this year in a regional shopping centre's school Christmas tree decorating competition.
Woy Woy and Woy Woy South Public School have both entered trees in the competition which challenges students to create their own array of decorations to display.
The general public then has the chance to vote for their favourite tree with a gold coin donation, with money raised donated to Coast Shelter.
This year Woy Woy South opted for a red and white theme with their decorations with handmade baubles, candy canes, ribbons and beads making up the majority of their decorations and a star bearing the school's emblem crowning the tree.
Woy Woy Public School's tree was adorned with pink and yellow decorations including streamers, handmade baubles and a string of handmade Christmas Trees.
The trees went up at Erina Fair on November 25 and will be in place until December 24, with the three winning schools each receiving a $300 Erina Fair gift card.
Social media, 25-28 Nov 2019
Ona Buckley, Woy Woy Public School
Matt Barr, Woy Woy South Public School
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