Students in Victoria get creative ahead of OXI Day on October 28

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Young students across Victoria have been creative this year to mark the anniversary of OXI Day on Saturday, October 28.

Some youth took part in the annual School Competition by the Australian Hellenic Memorial Foundation (AHMF), whilst others undertook drawing activities at their schools.

The winners of the competition were Josephina Rode, Kyra Demetrios, Aristea Dimitra Sakelaridis, Chloe Pashalis, Antonie Grampas, Athena Dimopoulos, Leonidas Karazis, Arvshman Kaur, Aliki Priftis, Eva Bakalis, Tiffany Balasis, Serafim Antoniou, Christos Sarandis, Glykeria Stergiannis, Georgia Leah, Felicity Xypolias, Sophie Kollios, Veniamin Floulis, Athanasios Vavitsas, Konstantina Samartzis, William Koleski, Theofania Kleopatra Varchlama, Cleopatra Haralambopoulos, Niki Christakos, Alexander Dunn, Liam Murphy, IIena Stefanou, Adam Saleh, Stavroula Phillipou, Jaskaran Singh.

The Greek Herald wants to share a few of its favourite drawings and if you have your own, please share it with us via info@foreignlanguage.com.au!

2023 School Competition OXI Day
Athena Dimopoulos, 13.
oxi day students creative
Steve Sotiriou, Year 6, Oakleigh Grammar.
Winning entry for the School Competition.
2023 School Competition OXI Day
Winning entry for the School Competition.
2023 School Competition OXI Day
Winning entry for the School Competition.
2023 School Competition OXI Day
Winning entry for the School Competition.
oxi day students creative
Senaya Wekunagoda, Year 5, Oakleigh Grammar.
oxi day students creative
Nicholas Papaconstantinou, Year 6, Oakleigh Grammar.
oxi day students creative
Winning entry for the School Competition.
oxi day students creative
Athena Sigintaya, Year 5, Oakleigh Grammar.
oxi day students creative
Alexandra Barbagiannis, Year 6, Oakleigh Grammar.

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