Nemingha Public School’s Toby Smith has taken out this year’s Royal Freemasons’ Benevolent Institution (RFBI) Christmas Card Competition.
The competition brings together hundreds of students across NSW and ACT to kick off the festive cheer in time for Christmas, and with each passing year, it has grown, drawing in more students and schools to participate, with a winner being announced for each region.
Building a sense of community spirit, the local residents at the RFBI Tamworth Masonic Village had the tough decision on choosing a winner.
This year posed a delightful challenge for the judges, with so many beautiful artworks, and in the end our residents chose an artwork that captured Santa’s workshop and the hard choice on deciding who will make the naughty or nice list, created by Toby Smith.
“The Annual Christmas Card Competition is a wonderful way to bring our communities together and celebrate the joy of the holiday season.” said Upindar Kaur, Acting General Manager at RFBI Tamworth Masonic Village.
“We are thrilled to see the incredible talent displayed by the school children around our village and the joy this initiative brings to our residents,”
“We want to extend our thanks to all of the students, school faculty and residents in making this year’s Christmas Card Competition a resounding success.”
If you would like to see all of RFBI’s Christmas Card winning designs, please visit rfbi.com.au.