Greater helps build hospital art

Casino artist Natasha Crook (centre) with Greater Building Society marketing manager (Northern NSW and Queensland) Karen Laws and Greater Building Society Casino branch manager Mike Goodwin in front of Natashas painting Endangered Eyes.

The Greater Building Society in Casino takes great pride in supporting local events and organisations. Not only did the Greater sponsor the Casino Beef Week Art Exhibition, but they also purchased a painting from the exhibition which they will donate to the Casino Memorial Hospitals art collection.

The painting, Endangered Eyes, was created by 17-year-old Casino girl Natasha Crook, who entered three artworks in this years competition.

The Best of Beef Week Art and Photography will be on show at the Platypus Gallery in Casino for four weeks.


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