Youth Exhibit Results at Hong Kong 2009
|Joseph Snyder||King George V 5d Brown Plate 3||83 points||Vermeil + Special Prize|
|Anita Orr||Lawn Tennis||85 points||Large Vermeil + Special Prize|
Youth Activities at Israel 2008
Youth Exhibit Results at
(members of Australasian Challenge teams)
|Andrea Craigie (Tasmania)||Self-Adhesive issues of Australia||88 points||Large Vermeil plus Youth Grand Award)|
|S Fuller (ACT)||A Year on Norfolk Island||71 points||Large Silver|
|Anita Orr (Queensland)||Lawn Tennis||78 points||Vermeil|
|Jordon Pauer (Victoria)||Unique Australian Animals||73 points||Large Silver|
|J Snyder (South Australia)||King George V 5d Plate 3||80 points||Large Vermeil|
|Andrew Verdich (NSW)||Moving Mail||85 points||Large Vermeil|
Youth Exhibit Results at Sunstamp 2008
|Andrew Verdich||Moving Mail||84 points||Large Vermeil (plus special prize)|
|Joseph Snyder||King George V 5d Brown Plate 3||82 points||Large Vermeil|
|Amber O'Reilly||In come the pigs||75 points||Vermeil|
|Andreea Kallai||Football||69 points||Silver (plus Special Prize)|
Youth Exhibit Results at Sydney Stamp Expo 2007
|Alyssah Xeniah Alcala||Soccer||65 points||Silver|
|Andrea Craigie||Self Adhesive Definitive Stamps in Australia 1991-1999||82 points||Large Vermeil|
|Andrew Verdich||Antarctic Exploration||75 points||Vermeil|
|Andrew Verdich||Moving Mail||72 points||Vermeil|
|Blake Griffin (Youth Development Class - 1 Frame)||James Cook - A Life of Discovery||62 points||Silver-Bronze|
Youth Exhibit Results at Kiwipex 2006
|Andrew Verdich (NSW)||Legendary Antarctic Explorers||89 points||Large Vermeil|
|Ashley Kendall (Tas)||Tasmania on Stamps||55 points||Bronze|
|Alyassah Xenia Alcala||Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II||60 points||Silver-Bronze|
|Jurgen Speyer (NZ)||Burgen Und Schlosser (Castles and Palaces)||84 points||Large Vermeil|
|Amber Everett (NZ)||Birds in Art and Culture||65 points||Silver|
|Serena Solmyai (NZ)||Our Friend the Horse||62 points||Silver-Bronze|
|Morgan Winterburn (NZ)||A Time Journey Through New Zealand||55 points||Bronze|
Youth Exhibit Results at Adelaide Stampex 2006
(Five Nations Challenge)
|Chris Malam (Aust)||Birds and Their Habitats: Australia & Territories||86 points||Gold (SP)|
|Amber O'Reily (Canada)||In Come the Pigs||77 points||Vermeil|
|Jade Needs (Great Britain)||Australia KGV Sideface Heads 1913-1938||87 points||Gold (SP)|
|Jurgen Speyer (NZ)||Burgen Und Schlosser (Castles and Palaces)||81 points||Large Vermeil|
|D Grinfields (USA)||3 Star Coat of Arms Issues of Latvia||87 points||Gold (SP)|
(National Youth Classes)
|Yarek Andruszko||Lunar New Year||70 points||Large Silver (SP)|
|Andrew Verdich||Moving Mail||78 points||Vermeil|
|Alyssah Xenia Alcala||Soccer||66 points||Silver|
|Alyssah Xenia Alcala||Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II||70 points||Large Silver|
|Morgan Winterburn||A Time Journey Through New Zealand||56 points||Bronze|
Youth Exhibit Results at Canberra Stampshow 2006
|Chris Malam (ACT)||Birds and Their Habitats: Australia & Territories||85 points||Gold|
|Andrea Craigie (Tas)||Introduction & Development of Self Adhesive Stamps in Australia||82 points||Large Vermeil|
|Andrew Verdich (NSW)||Moving Mail||82 points||Large Vermeil|
|Anita Orr (Qld)||Lawn Tennis||74 points||Large Silver|
|Yarek Andruszko (SA)||Lunar New Year||69 points||Silver|
|Ric Trinidad (WA)||PSE's of Western Australia||69 points||Silver|
|Sinead Manning (Vic)||Dimensional Disney||58 points||Bronze|
John Vassalo and Jenni Cragh conducting the Junior auction at Canberra Stampshow 2006
Youth Exhibit Results at New Zealand 2005
|Andrew Verdich||Legendary Antarctic Explorers||74 points||Large Silver|
Youth Exhibit Results at Taipei 2005
|Christopher Malam||Birds and Their Habitats: Australia and Territories||75 points||Large Silver|
Youth Exhibit Results at Canada Royale 2005
|Christopher Malam||Birds and Their Habitats: Australia and Territories||Vermeil + Special Prize|
Sydney, 21 - 24 April 2005
Entrance to the youth area: "The . . . world . . . of . . . a . MAZE . ing . . . stamps"
Volunteer staff, first shift day one (left to right):
Cyril McColough, Elizabeth Nakla, Paul Storm (back),
Stephen Morris (front), Gaye and Graeme Chequer
Space and Technology room - computers and printer ready for games and activities.
Youth Exhibit Results at Pacific Explorer 2005
|Andrew Verdich||Moving Mail||79 points||Very Good|
Andrew was one of 16 youth exhibitors from all over the world who participated in the special non-FIP Youth class at Pacific Explorer 2005.
STAMP CLUB AT
NATIONAL DINOSAUR MUSEUM, CANBERRA
Jenni has taken these pics of her young collectors and some friendly dinosaurs.
Stamp Show 2004
Youth Exhibit Results
Fremantle, 9 - 12 September 2004
|Andrea Craigie||Introduction and Development of Self-Adhesive Stamps in Australia||81 points||Large Vermeil|
|Melissa Northcott||Western Australia from Strength to Strength||59 points||Bronze|
|Anita Orr||Lawn Tennis||81 points||Large Vermeil|
|Christopher Malam||Birds and Their Habitats: Australia and Territories||82 points||Large Vermeil|
|Julie Ingram||Useful Hands||75 points||Vermeil|
|Watchara Paiboonviput (Thai)||Postal History of London 1600-1840||77 points||Vermeil|
Andrew was also the Australian Youth entrant in the Tri-Nations Cup, a competition between teams of selected exhibits from Australia, New Zealand and Thailand. Australia was declared the winner with a total of 545 points, then Thailand with 505 points, and New Zealand with 483 points. Congratulations to you all on your excellent results.
the very busy youth area at Swan River Stamp Show.
Youth Exhibit Results
Ballarat, 9 - 10 October 2004
|Christopher Malam||The Twelve Days of Christmas: Aussie Style||68 points||Emerald|
Just a few of the 260 entries received for the "Eureka" poster competition at Ballarat Eureka 2004.
Canberra Stampshow 2004
Each State and Territory team from around Australia as well as the North and South Island of New Zealand teams included a youth class entry in the recent Canberra Stampshow 2004.
|Andrea Craigie (Tas)||Introduction and Development of Self-Adhesive Stamps in Australia||79 points||Vermeil|
|Julie Ingram (NZ-N)||Useful Hands||77 points||Vermeil & Special Prize|
|Christopher Malam (ACT)||Birds and Their Habitats: Australia and Territories||76 points||Vermeil & Special Prize|
|Anita Orr (Qld||Lawn Tennis||74 points||Large Silver|
|Amber Everett (NZ-S)||Birds in Art and Culture||72 points||Large Silver|
|Andrew Verdich (NSW)||Moving Mail||69 points||Silver & Special Prize|
|Wayne Lord (WA)||Railways||61 points||Silver-Bronze|
|Elizabeth Rex (SA)||Indonesia 1949-1965||56 points||Bronze|
|Sinéad Manning (Vic)||Dimensional Disney||51 points||Certificate|
It was nice to see more new young exhibitors joining
some familiar names.
Well done to everyone !
At Tasmania 2003 the committee set aside a Youth Area under the supervision of Mick Meyles and fellow volunteers. As you can see by the various photos the children enjoyed the different activities that were held.
Andrea Craigie and her parents were able to attend the Official Reception held on the Friday night, where Andrea showed her Silver- bronze award, for her exhibit in the World Youth Exhibition held last year in Spain.
Andrea with her Espana 2002 Award (L-R): Erica Genge, Andrea's mother Heather, Andrea and Mick Meyles
Congratulations to Andrea on her hard work and effort that she did for her exhibit. Andrea's exhibit was also on display in the Invited Exhibits at Tasmania 2003.
3 - 5 October 2003
National Youth class exhibits were shown at Newcastle 2003 in the Multi-purpose area, Waratah Technology High School. Results were:
Age Group B (16-18 years):
[Best Youth Exhibit]
|Farewelling Frama Stamps||74 points
Age Group A (under 15 years):
|Andrea Craigie||Introduction and Development of Self Adhesive Stamps in Australia||74 points
[Youth exhibit encouragement award]
|Legendary Antarctic Explorers||73 points
|Christopher Malam||Australian Birds and their Habitats||63 points
Each entrant also received an APTA gift voucher. Congratulations and well done to each and everyone of you!
|A Youth corner was set up and manned by John, Philip, Stephen and Robert.
Youth Leaders visiting from other junior clubs included Peter and Ryan from local group Toronto,; Elizabeth, Cyril and Lewis from the Sydney Youth Group.
There were activities and games at the tables, a big box of stamps to go through and bags of goodies (including a hat) given away to all children.
||David and Cyril showed a number of children and adults through various exhibits.
Children attending the exhibition were given a list of questions and items to find either in the exhibit frames or places around the hall.
Mal, the leader of the Sutherland Kidz corner, and adult members of the Sutherland Club hired a bus to visit the exhibition, travelling four hours there and back! They all enjoyed a very long day.
Sutherland Kidz Corner
|The children joined the members of the Seniors club on the 8th July for the judging of their displays.
There were 13 displays entered.
Everyone enjoyed the cake decorated to mark
the passing of Frama Labels at the end June.
Tanunda, 3 - 5 October 2003
The Congress, hosted by the South Australian Philatelic Council, was held at the Show Hall at Tanunda during August. Every child who passed through the door received a give-away bag containing philatelic goodies and the chance to put try the lucky dip.
Orange Coin and Stamp Youth Club, Orange, NSW
The Orange Club held their annual display day on the 18th of October.
This picture is of young Aaron Henry who manned the youth table.
Adelaide Stamp Show 2003
These are youth exhibit results of the State level exhibition held in Adelaide from 15 to 16 November.
|Ian Morgan||Chinese Lunar Zodiac||74 points||Vermeil|
|Kathleen MacDonald||Frogs and Toads||68 points||Large Silver|
|Andrew Verdich||Railways - The Development of Trains and Railways||65 points||Large Silver|
|Alan Morgan||An Epitomized Story of the A.A.T||64 points||Silver|
It is nice to see a new exhibitor joining the other
Well done Kathleen, and congratulations to you all !
RNA Showgrounds, 23 - 24 August 2003
There was one youth entrant at this Queensland State Exhibition, Anita Orr, who showed her thematic exhibit Lawn Tennis Today and was awarded a Large Vermeil with 77 points. Congratulations Anita !
|Anita Orr||Lawn Tennis Today||77 points||Vermeil|
Stamp Shows are fun places for young people.
coloring in and stamp designs are always fun Some shows conduct special kids auctions
Most exhibitions and stamp and coin shows cater really well for young collectors. All shows are different, so it always pays to have a good look around. When you get there, ask to see the event program so you don't miss out on things like kids auctions, activities, competitions and other special activities.
A quick look around will usually reveal there's lots to see and do.
Most have "youth corners" where you can join in activities like coloring in, designing stamps, and cool stuff that often includes the chance to win stamps for your collection.
A quick look around will usually reveal there's lots to see and do. Most have "youth corners" where you can join in activities like coloring in, designing stamps, and cool stuff that often includes the chance to win stamps for your collection.
Very often you will be given "show bags" at the youth corner or at the Australia Post
Very often you will be given "show bags" at the youth corner or at the Australia Post stand.
pick out your favourite subjects and countries Seeing what the dealers have to offer Mick Meyles (Tasmania)
If it is a competitive stamp show, you will be able to see some exhibits by young people and adults. The entries in the thematic, aerophilately and maximum cards may be of special interest to you, but a quick walk around all the frames can often show you some unusual and interesting material and info about this great hobby. There's almost always a youth section.
Check out the APF site for more exhibitions, there may be one coming near you soon.
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