Month: November 2017
Had another opportunity to hang out with my mate Costa in between jobs we had him do for us around National Science week and later the 20th Wimmera Biodiversity Seminar of which he was our presenter.
We did a visit to one of my Community Houses at Maryborough to give them a bit of a pep and the house nearly went up in flamers. Second from the right in the pic above is Kerri-Anne Price who had conniptions when Costa walked in! I thought she was having a panic attack or some serious medical incident. But no! It was just the presence of the beard that set her off. Priceless.
Over 130 Foundation Students from Bacchus Marsh PS dressed up as gnomes and paraded before the King of Gnomes, Costa Georgiadis. It was a novel way of celebrating Science Week with workshop demonstrations for the gnomes on worm farming, composting and sustainability in schools. We worked on the idea that these were the age the ABC is targeting with the Dirt Girl & Scrap Boy program and the new Getting Grubby show. All feature Costa as the King of Gnomes. The messages are based on reducing, reusing and rethinking sustainability at a very young age.