Anerley Service Centre Seniors put their creativity to the test

Val Chalmers (left) and Daphne Oldfield.

SENIOR citizens sported funky hats at Anerley Service Centre recently.

From cone-shaped hats made with fabric to hats made with flowers, the seniors put a lot of effort into making their hats unique.

Anna Richards (left) and Marie Joubert.

The head-gear was colourful and brightened up the dining hall, complementing the beautiful table decor.

Judges Louise and David Morrison-Young said they were looking for creativity, funk, uniqueness and ‘anything outrageous’.

Stewart and Carole Booth are congratulated on their win by Louise Morrison-Young.

Stewart and Carole Booth won the prize for the best hatted couple.

Seniors enjoyed a delicious lunch to wrap up the fabulous day.

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