TWT Granny Smith Festival

TWT Granny Smith Festival Queen Quest

Last week to enter!

2017 TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen will share in $10,000 prizes including $1,000 cash First Prize courtesy Eastwood Shopping Centre and $1200 June Dally Watkins course.

She will star in this year’s Granny Smith Festival Grand Parade through Eastwood on Saturday October 21 along with other Grand Finalists who will share prizemoney and other valuable prizes including $500 first runner-up and $250 second runner-up

The winner will serve as The Weekly Times and Eastwood Shopping Centre Ambassador for the year with the opportunity to meet and greet many important and influential people during her reign.

Entry is free and is open to all young ladies sixteen years of age and over on Granny Smith Festival Day Saturday October 21 in Eastwood.

FAB PRIZES TO WIN!

Numbers are limited this year so contestants are advised not to hesitate but to enter today so as not be disappointed.

Judging with a panel of judges is Thursday October 5 from 4pm and Gala Presentation is in Eastwood Shopping Centre centre court Saturday October 7 at 11am.

THIS WEEK’S QUEST ENTRANT

NATALIE HISSEY, of Eastwood is this week’s TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith  Festival Queen Quest entrant.

Natalie lists her hobbies and interests as swimming/fitness, chess, travelling, cooking and learning new languages.

Why I would like to be TWT Granny Smith Festival Queen: Like many people who come to Ryde I have chosen to live here as I have great admiration for the community spirit of this area and I would like to increase my participation by giving  back to our community.

As a local resident studying law and Chinese Mandarin at Macquarie University I appreciate the diversity that unites Ryde.

My studies have enabled me to better understand the many cultural aspects of our community and I want to be more involved on celebrating and appreciating our cultural diversity.

If I am fortunate enough to win the Eastwood Granny Smith Queen, I intend to represent and engage the interests of the young people and many cultural communities and use my voice to promote Ryde as far and wide as I can – through our local paper, our sporting teams, our thriving arts culture, and our small businesses.

We have so much to offer!

2016 TWT Miss Eastwood Granny Smith Festival Queen Rachel Monck was crowned by her predecessor 2015 Festival Queen Ya Ruth Huo. TWT on-the-spot PHOTO.

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