Photographs of 2014 – Snapshot of the Year FEATURED Photo Gallery by NOTA - December 23, 2014 Enjoy the Myall Coast News 2014 Gallery of Photos Thanks for your support this year – take care and we’ll see you in 2015 Don Hudson Des and Jeanette Patfield. Ethan Avery – Kindergarten. Tea Gardens Public School “A rodeo set, a whip, a motor bike, a remote control buggy and a real bull.” Kane Bolton – Year 5/6. Karuah Public School “A drone. It’s cool because it is like a helicopter and you can spy on people.” Club Novice Consistency Championship players, Pam Gilchrist and winner Sheril Johnson Kate Gentle – Year 2/3. Karuah Public School “X Box is what I want for Christmas, so I can download Mindcraft to play.” Tyler Rodgers – Year 1. Tea Gardens Public School “A new skateboard, a playground in the backyard and that my dog has its babies and none of them die.” Hugh and Jenny Jones. Thomas Long – Kindergarten. Karuah Public School “I am going to give Santa cookies to eat, so he might give me an ipad as my old one broke.” Ryan Messenger and wife Alexandra Andrew Wood Link Larkin), Kyle Shultz Front: Chloe Shultz (Tracy Turnblad) Gordon and Trish Grainger. Alanah Hinnitt – Year 3. Tea Gardens Public School “An iPad but it’s a lot of money.” Mixed Fours runners-up, George Winter, Dale Winter, John Slater and Lily Smith. Hot Rod at the Bulahdelah Festival Sarah Rooney (Amber Von Tussle) and Ruby Keys. Rotary Club President Geoff Latona presenting Cordel Murphy with his Rotary blazer. Sheril Johnson showing off her very creative collage of a cat. Abby Fenner – Year 5. Tea Gardens Public School “A new bed, a phone and some new clothes.” McKelty Ray-Searle (Penny Pingleton) and Carl Williams (Seaweed J Stubbs). Rosemary and Michael Bright. Parth Gulati, Shabana Gulati, Pankaj Gulati (AJ), Simran Gulati. Ashley Kay – Year 2/3. Karuah Public School “Loads of Mindcraft stuff like games, and I hope I’m getting Zelfs!” Mikayla Perry – Year 4. Karuah Public School “I would like new school equipment (Monster High) and just spending time with my family.” Owen Finch – Year 1/2. Karuah Public School “An ipod so I can play games and download stuff.” Helen Germeren proudly displaying a painting completed at the U3A Art Day.