Three students from WA College of Agriculture in Narrogin have taken out the top three youth woodwork awards at the 2017 Livelighter Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Fair.
Jessica Appelbee from Westdale won first place for her segmented platter made from a variety of native woods and resin.
Jessica said she enjoyed studying furnishing at the College because, “you have the freedom and creativity to make what you like”.
Hayley Davdison from Collie was runner-up with her coffee table made from Canadian pine.
Williams student Jack Babic received third place in the Youth Woodwork as well as the publicly voted, Celebrate Serpentine Jarrahdale Award, for his shaker table made from marri and jarrah.
The students’ work will be on display at the College’s upcoming Open Day on Friday, September 15.