Glam-demic: Mobilong Rotarians unmask their creativity

We've all got to wear them when we go out, thanks to COVID-19, but perhaps we can still have a little fun.

This post was contributed by Bob England.

We can’t travel the world at the moment, so we’ll have to make do with daydreaming like that on Simon Podger’s unusual mask. Photo: Bob England.

Members of the Mobilong Rotary Club have been encouraged in their mask-wearing by some displaying some creativity at a recent weekly meeting.

They were offered an opportunity to display any artistic flair that may have been latent by embellishing their required COVID masks.

Most members responded to the challenge.

Rotarian and artist Goran Yakas was conscripted to adjudicate the efforts.

The winner, with a Rotary-themed 3D modification, was new member Simon Podger.

Second prize went to husband and wife team Paul and Sally Willoughby, with twinned masks with a musical theme.

Addressing members, president Bronwyn Heard reminded all that catering opportunities were opening slightly.

A regular catering service at Cars and Coffee is now established, while assistance at the Salvation Army and council’s Owl Drive consultation were before the club.

Further ahead, the possibility of the return of the Country Market in December, adjacent to the river, appears to be realistic.


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