Wodonga hairdresser Ruby Harpley persisted through COVID, now recognised

Ellen Ebsary
Updated March 28 2021 - 5:02pm, first published 5:01pm
PERSISTENT: Wodonga's Ruby Harpley, 18, was runner-up Apprentice of the Year for her course at Albury TAFE. She lost work during the initial COVID-19 lockdowns. Picture: MARK JESSER
PERSISTENT: Wodonga's Ruby Harpley, 18, was runner-up Apprentice of the Year for her course at Albury TAFE. She lost work during the initial COVID-19 lockdowns. Picture: MARK JESSER

As COVID-19 restrictions took hold last year, many hairdressing students in Ruby Harpley's course pulled out.

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Ellen Ebsary

Ellen Ebsary

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