Class Act 2011 award presentation

Fergus Farrell of St Kevin's College, Oamaru with his arm around Prime Minister John Key.
Fergus Farrell of St Kevin's College, Oamaru with his arm around Prime Minister John Key.
Prime Minister John Key signs her certificate for Kylie Price of Kavanagh College.
Prime Minister John Key signs her certificate for Kylie Price of Kavanagh College.
Blue Mountain College Principal Lindy Cavanagh-Monaghan takes photographs of pupils and Prime...
Blue Mountain College Principal Lindy Cavanagh-Monaghan takes photographs of pupils and Prime Minister John Key.
Prime Minister John Key autographs a certificate for Frances Fulton of St Hilda's Collegiate...
Prime Minister John Key autographs a certificate for Frances Fulton of St Hilda's Collegiate while her mother Brenda Horne looks on.
Prime Minister John Key autographs a red sun hat for Jess Callaghan of Waitaki Girls' High School.
Prime Minister John Key autographs a red sun hat for Jess Callaghan of Waitaki Girls' High School.
A prized autograph.
A prized autograph.
Prime Minister John Key autographs a certificate for Caleb Gray of King's High School.
Prime Minister John Key autographs a certificate for Caleb Gray of King's High School.
Kerri Kennedy adjusts the Class Act pin on the lapel of her son Aaron of Taieri College as her...
Kerri Kennedy adjusts the Class Act pin on the lapel of her son Aaron of Taieri College as her husband David Kennedy looks on.
Aaron Kennedy's lapel pin.
Aaron Kennedy's lapel pin.
Prime Minister John Key with Rebekah Greene of St Hilda's Collegiate.
Prime Minister John Key with Rebekah Greene of St Hilda's Collegiate.
Prime Minister John Key and ODT photographer Peter McIntosh.
Prime Minister John Key and ODT photographer Peter McIntosh.
Piper Scott Marshall (16) of John McGlashan College leads the Prime Minister and ODT editor...
Piper Scott Marshall (16) of John McGlashan College leads the Prime Minister and ODT editor Murray Kirkness upstairs.
Queen's High school pupils who catered for the event.
Queen's High school pupils who catered for the event.
John Key addresses the crowd.
John Key addresses the crowd.
Recipients, parents and teachers gather for the prime ministerial address.
Recipients, parents and teachers gather for the prime ministerial address.
Recipients pose for a photo.
Recipients pose for a photo.
Hayden King, principal Dan Reddiex and Caleb Gray, all of of King's High School.
Hayden King, principal Dan Reddiex and Caleb Gray, all of of King's High School.
Tracey O'Brien, Kylie Price of Kavanagh College, Dione Price and Graeme Price.
Tracey O'Brien, Kylie Price of Kavanagh College, Dione Price and Graeme Price.
Chanelle Carter of Queen's High School with John Key.
Chanelle Carter of Queen's High School with John Key.
Sonia Callaghan, of Fairlie, Jan Meikle and Lynlee Smith, both from Waitaki.
Sonia Callaghan, of Fairlie, Jan Meikle and Lynlee Smith, both from Waitaki.
Sam Arnold, Ilene Macdonald and Pat van der Hilst, from Balclutha.
Sam Arnold, Ilene Macdonald and Pat van der Hilst, from Balclutha.
Sascha Bruce and Alexandra Winsloe, Mount Aspiring College.
Sascha Bruce and Alexandra Winsloe, Mount Aspiring College.
Lloyd and Sophie Napper, Chris and Neil Jones Sexton, of Dunedin.
Lloyd and Sophie Napper, Chris and Neil Jones Sexton, of Dunedin.
Brendan, Geoff and Teresa Austin, of Gore.
Brendan, Geoff and Teresa Austin, of Gore.
Amanda Williamson, Wayne Edgar and Jessica Brock, of Tokomairiro.
Amanda Williamson, Wayne Edgar and Jessica Brock, of Tokomairiro.
Natasha Cameron, Nick Simpson and Thomas Craig, all of South Otago.
Natasha Cameron, Nick Simpson and Thomas Craig, all of South Otago.
The 20011 recipients pose for a group photo on the Dunedin Public Art Gallery stair.
The 20011 recipients pose for a group photo on the Dunedin Public Art Gallery stair.

Prime Minister John Key meets recipients of the 2011 Otago Daily Times Class Act awards at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery yesterday.

The Otago Daily Times Class Act 2011 recipients were - (last picture, front row, from left): Kate Waterman, Sophie Napper (Columba College); Danae Bradley, Courtney Sanne (Blue Mountain College); Jodie Hope, Sam Arnold (Bayfield High School); (second row): Matthew Paterson, Samantha Dickie (Gore High School); Holly McGrouther, Kelyn Witehira (East Otago High School); Jared Maclachlan, Ella Borrie (Cromwell College); (third row): Katie Mason, Kylie Price (Kavanagh College); Ben Jowsey, Jordyn Walker (Kaikorai Valley College); Jamie Band, William Gibson (John McGlashan College); fourth row): Rosalind Manowitz, Patrick Dawson (Logan Park High School); Brianna Watt, Terry Batt (Lawrence Area School); Caleb Gray, Hayden King (King's High School); (fifth row): Benjamin Watts, Michael Collins (Otago Boys' High School); Saasha Bruce, Alexandra Winsloe (Mt Aspiring College); Giles Graham, Shayne Hughes (Maniototo Area School); (sixth row): Sarah Davidson, Alex Pasco (Roxburgh Area School); Maxine Shanks, Serena Mather (Queen's High School); Lisa Craw, Dayna Turnbull (Otago Girls' High School); (seventh row): Nicole Parry, Brendan Austin (St Peter's College); Fergus Farrell, Maeve Ryan (St Kevin's College); Rebekah Greene, Frances Fulton (St Hilda's Collegiate); (eighth row): Holly McPhee, Jeremy Gray (The Catlins Area School); Julia Gorinski, Aaron Kennedy (Taieri College); Thomas Craig, Natasha Cameron (South Otago High School); (ninth row): Jessica Callaghan, Nicole Meikle (Waitaki Girls' High School); William Steenholdt, Douglas Wood (Waitaki Boys' High School); Amanda Williamson, Jessica Brock (Tokomairiro High School); (10th row): Ella Ferguson, Bridget Kirk (Wakatipu High School). Inset: Callum Geddes and Sophie Williamson (Dunstan High School).

• Photos by ODT staff photographers Linda Robertson, Peter McIntosh and Gregor Richardson; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz.

 

 

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