STAWELL - Grampians Calisthenic College presented its 19th annual concert to a good crowd at the Stawell Entertainment Centre last Friday night.
The pupils from the senior, inter, junior, sub junior and tinies group performed 28 items and the highlight of the concert was the tinies group, who performed their song and action of 'Teddies and Dolls with a Twist.'
The annual college awards were presented at the concert, with Claire Pitcher taking home the Ron Aubrey Memorial perpetual trophy while Tijani Milosvic received the C. Matthews perpetual trophy.
Lacie Pridan was awarded the C. Jende perpetual trophy, Montana Elliott claimed the AE and PI Holden and Sons perpetual trophy and Ashlyn Wheeler was honoured with the Joan Ryan Memorial award.
The Jasper Family Musicality award perpetual award went to Charlotte Barwick, while Courtney McIlvride came away with the Grace Family best club girl perpetual trophy.
Continuous service bars were presented to India Warren (five years), Bonnie McIlvride (10), Madeleine Kelly (15) and Claire Pitcher (15).
Grampians Calisthenic College will hold three weeks of fun and fitness classes in November for new and existing pupils.
These classes will be held on Monday, November 11, 18 and 25. Enrolments are also being encouraged now for all age groups.
Anyone interested in enrolling their child should contact Colene Matthews on 5358 3461. Classes will then resume in 2014.
ampian Model Railroaders, and Tania Walter from Burrum Biodynamics will demonstrate how to cook lentil dhal.
The Tiny Tot and Showgirl competition feature on the main stage, and there will be live music throughout the day provided by Big Bad John and the Stawell Municipal Brass Band.
will mix with the crowd giving autographs and photo opportunities.
He went on to state that the concept has received great support from Council and local traders, which is greatly appreciated.
Central Park is looking really great and ironically the pitch is the best it has been at this point in time for many years.
It will then be dug up and replaced starting on Monday as part of a plan to rejuvenate the pitch, which has been a problem for curator John Hunt over several of the past seasons.
The ground however will go out with a flurry of cricket, the T20 game on Friday, Youth Club v Swifts/Great Western on Saturday and an under 17 Kirton Shield match on Sunday where Grampians will be at home to the Gisborne White team.