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Newsagent Lance Barrett presents Coolum Primary School student Tajana Jenkins with her prize. Photo: Mike Garry/scw1547
Newsagent Lance Barrett presents Coolum Primary School student Tajana Jenkins with her prize. Photo: Mike Garry/scw1547

If you think colouring-in is just a matter of keeping inside the lines, you haven’t seen the work of Coolum Primary School student Tajana Jenkins.

Tajana’s stylised colour creation beat more than 6000 other entries to win the statewide Texta-Newspower colouring-in competition.

For her win she receives $200 worth of Texta products to assist with her colouring efforts. Her school receives a range of Texta products to the value of $500.

Tajana’s win is no fluke. She recently won a Woolworths colouring-in competition while her sister won a library colouring-in competition.

Newsagent Lance Barrett presented Tajana with her prize on parade last Friday (pictured below).


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