SAY Project Finalists Announced RSVP now

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2014 winner Will Mattock with Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan APM

The SAY Project Awards Ceremony will be held on Tuesday the 10th of November 2015 at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.

Register your interest to attend.


Earlier this year, Western Australian students aged 12-18 years were encouraged to actively become Community Safety Champions, as a part of the innovative Students Advising Youth (SAY) Project for 2015.

In groups of up to three, students were required to research the problems associated with alcohol and put together a short film to show how they could make their community alcohol aware, using social media to spread the word. 

Judging is now complete, and we are pleased to announce the Students Advising Youth Project for 2015 finalists (in no particular order) are:

Antonis Christoforou, Ka Soo Hai and Eh Hser – Balga Senior High School, Balga, Perth

Samuel Tout, Nick Kirkham and Finn Richards – John XXIII College, Mount Claremont, Perth

Rory Dalitz and Florian Irwin – All Saints’ College, Bullcreek, Perth

James Klynnyk and Callum Anderson – Eastern Hills Senior High School, Mount Helena, Perth

Ella Young and Shae Higham – Georgiana Molloy Anglican School, Busselton 

Alen Vadakkedathu, Arin Regi, and Alvin Vadakkedathu – St Norbert College, Queens Park, Perth

Joel Verdon, Jacob Candeloro and Llewellyn Kent – Comet Bay College, Secret Harbour, Perth

Will Mattock and Daniel Todorov – Cyril Jackson Senior Campus, Bassendean, Perth

Jessica Kerr and Tequita McDonald – Iona Presentation College, Mosman Park, Perth 

Ky Williams and Emmason Tucker – Newton Moore Senior High School, South Bunbury

Congratulations to all finalists and thank you to everyone who participated in the Project. We were extremely impressed with the level of creativity, originality and quality of the films. Watch their videos here.

Winners will be announced at an Awards ceremony on the 10th of November 2015 at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. The top prize on offer this year is $3,000 cash kindly donated by The Lions Club of Mandurah, with cash prizes also available for 2nd to 10th placed film makers. Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan will be the special guest presenter on the evening. 

If you would like to attend the Awards ceremony you can register your interest here.

 
2014 winner Will Mattock with Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan APM