It’s competition time: Who has created the best Belen?

It’s competition time: Who has created the best Belen?

After the success of last year’s Christmas tree competition, the families decided that this year they would get together in teams and see who could create the best Belen. (otherwise known as the “Nativity scene”).  We have five official entries this year, and the categories given to the families were: creativity, workmanship, use of recyclable materials and impact to the Greg Secker Foundation Village. 

Here are the five entries:

BELEN NUMBER ONE: Created by the Deploma Family and made of plastic bottles, dried leaves, nipa and plastic cut outs.

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BELEN NUMBER TWO: Created by the Cordero Family and made of plastic bottles, plastic wrappers and coconut husks.

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BELEN NUMBER THREE: Created by Nelia Adrigado and friends and made of coconut leaves, dried leaves and plastic bottles.

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BELEN NUMBER FOUR: Created by Nemia Arban and friend and made of bamboo, plastic bottles, dried clay and dried husk.

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BELEN NUMBER FIVE: Created by the Casarmil Family and made of bamboo, plastic bottles, dried leaves and plastic wrappers. 

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Please let us know which Belen you think should win by commenting on Facebook. Good luck to our entries – the winners will be drawn at the GSF Village Christmas party on the 21st December.  heart

 

 

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