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The tree jumper winners are...

The winner of the excellence in knitting and/or crochet section was Helen Gross.
The winner of the excellence in knitting and/or crochet section was Helen Gross. Lora Masculino

THE results of this year's Jumpers and Jazz tree jumper competition were announced at last night's official launch party.

The winner of the open artistic section was Sue Marshman with her jumper titled 'Long Live the Frogs'.

Her tree can be found in the carpark behind the Warwick Art Gallery.

Five trees received highly commended from judge Sue Dennis.

 

They were:

Tree 46: Michelle de Banke

Tree 33: Community Options

Tree 74: Marion Lawie, Allison Bambrick, Helen Lawie and Jessica Thompson

Tree 77: Margaret Armstrong

Tree 56: Warwick Patchwork and Quilting

Knitting/crochet

The winner of the excellence in knitting and/or crochet section was Helen Gross.

The highly commended in this section went to:

Tree 111: Sue Ellwood

Tree 37: Warwick Croquet Club

Tree 88: Christine Walsh & Joy Bond

Spice theme

The winner of the 'spice' themed tree was Bryson's Place.

There tree jumper has a Mexican vibe to it with many bright colours.

The highly commended awards went to:

Tree 80: Louise Tart & Robyn Marsh

Tree 75: Kate & Doreen Smith

Tree 53: Susan Blake, Kylie Brodrick, Brenda Duggan, Lyn Irwin-Kelly, Sharyn Le Seuer, Sandy McDonnell, Jenny Ryan, Kelly Thompson

Tree 105: Mary Kate Khoo and Elin Thompson

Tree 92: The School of Total Education

Community group

There was a tie for first place in the community group section between Glennie Heights State School and Cooinda Disability House.

Highly commended awards were given to:

Tree 15: Rotary Club of Warwick

Tree 59: Red Cross Family Support

Tree 36: Maryvale Art & Craft Group

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