Gulmarrad Public School section K-2 dancers get down and boogie.
Gulmarrad Public School section K-2 dancers get down and boogie.

Competitors dance on

THE Lower Clarence Dance Eisteddfod culminated yesterday with the schools’ day performances by hundreds of boys and girls from across the region.

‘Impressive’ was how the adjudicators, Sydney’s Bernadette Langshaw-Clark and Adele Lewis, described the performances and attendance. In fact the entire school population at Harwood Island Public School participated.

“The amount of effort the parents, teachers and students put into their performances was outstanding,” Ms Langshaw-Clark said.

Results:

Years K-2: 1st Maclean Public; 2nd Gulmarrad Public; HC Harwood and Gulmarrad.

Years 3-4: 1st Yamba Public; 2nd Maclean Public; HC Yamba, Iluka, Harwood, Chatsworth Is.

Years 5-6: 1st Yamba Public; HC Harwood and Maclean.

High School: 1st Maclean High; HC McAuley.



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