Grafton swimsuit model, Monique Muddle.
Grafton swimsuit model, Monique Muddle.

Grafton girls feature in calendar

THREE Clarence Valley women are featured in a swimwear calendar which was released in Coffs Harbour last week.

Kym Ferrington of Halfway Creek, Monique Muddle, who moved to Ballina from Grafton recently, and Ruby Turnbull of Grafton, were all snapped in the past six months by Coffs Harbour-based photographer Brendan Ray after being selected by promoters T2 Entertainment.

Monique said her photo shoot was conducted at dawn at a beach shower in the middle of winter.

“I had to get up at 4am and be there by 5am – it was freezing and wasn’t that much fun ... especially when everyone’s there rugged up in blankets watching me,” she said.

Monique, who won the Grafton heat of the national Ralph Magazine Swimwear Model competition earlier this year, said she was trying to secure regular modelling work.

Kym, who works at the Corindi blueberry farm over summer, said she greatly appreciated the opportunity to be in the 2010 calendar.

Photographed wearing ballet gear in a dance studio, Kym said dancing was one of her favourite activities.

Booking agent Tegan Ewart from T2 Entertainment said the Girls of Summer would be hosting an Australia Day party at Roches Family Hotel next month to promote the calendar.

Calendars are $20 each and orders can be placed by emailing tegan@t2entertainment.com .



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