The Jayne Wilson Memorial Arts Competition and Exhibition

Jayne Wilson established the First Floor Program, for families impacted by substance use, mental health issues and suicide, in 1996. Ms Wilson, who was also a well-known police chaplain – serving the Lake Illawarra Area Command, its officers and their families for 7 years, passed away on Christmas day 2013 from cancer.In order to celebrate Jayne’s service to the local community an annual art competition and exhibition has been established in her honour.
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“We wanted to involve the community in honouring Jayne’s legacy; she loved art and used it frequently in our support groups and programs, so this was a way we could combine these elements and celebrate her passion for family, recovery and hospitality” 
-Marilyn Dunn, coordinator of the First Floor Program
The exhibition is organised in conjunction with the Wilson family, who will judge the winning competition entry in the Family Choice category – for the work which best represents Ms Wilson.
Entry Guidelines and Information Can Be Obtained Here: 2018 Guidelines
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