David Elliott Christmas Card Competition Now Open

Member for Baulkham Hills, David Elliott, today offered an early dose of Christmas cheer for all the Primary School students in the Baulkham Hills electorate.

 Mr Elliott is again offering a $100 “Toys ‘R’ Us” voucher as the prize for his Annual Christmas Card Competition, along with a $50 encouragement award for younger students.

 “Christmas always brings an air of excitement, and this is a great way to extend the excitement of the season just a little more.” Mr Elliott said.

 Mr Elliott said that all entries would be on display in his office after the winner had been selected.

 “It will be a wonderful opportunity for the artistic abilities of our local students to be on display for all our community to see.

 “I am very much looking forward to seeing the wonderful colour and creativity our students can produce for the festive season.”

 The successful design will feature on Mr Elliott’s Parliamentary Christmas cards this year.

 The theme for the competition will be “Your Favourite Christmas Carol”.

 The competition is open to Primary Schools within the Baulkham Hills electorate, including:

 -Baulkham Hills North Public

-Winston Hills Public

-Crestwood Public

-Winston Heights Public

-Jasper Road Public

-Burnside Public

-Matthew Pearce Public

-North Rocks Public

-Excelsior Public

-Northmead Public

-The Hills School

-St Michaels Baulkham Hills

-St Paul The Apostle

-Our Lady of Lourdes Baulkham Hills South

-Redeemer Baptist

-Tara Anglican(K-6)

-The King’s School (K-6)

 Entries are now open and will close 18 October.

 The winner will be chosen by Mr Elliott’s wife, Mrs Nicole Elliott, and the winning design, to be printed on Mr Elliott’s official Parliamentary Christmas Cards, will include the student’s name, school and class.

 The winning student will be presented with their prize by Mrs Elliott in late November or early December, depending on school availability for an assembly.

 Please send entries by post to Suite 1, 25-33 Old Northern Road, Baulkham Hills 2153 or via e-mail to baulkhamhills@parliament.nsw.gov.au.