Coaster’s Club Top Video Posts

This week’s top posts from the Coaster’s Club

Our most popular posts this week include the Westland High School’s Burlesque Show and our talk with farmer/contractor Leighton Campbell.

Burlesque at its very best

The Westland High School end of year awards were held at Shantytown in 2018. The new art- dance teacher asked students to choose form a variety of dance/musical styles. Burlesque was the genre chosen by the students – a genre which is described as a literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works. This was amazing folks, it was good when we first posted it and it continues to receive many views – a top post for the Coasters Club.

Achieving in farming

We first posted this clip in November 2017 but it has continued to receive many views and its message is as relevant now as it was then.

Farming is an important part of our economic diversity on the Coast.

And agricultural contractors like Leighton Campbell work long hours, and are governed by the weather.

Dairy contributed more than $200 million to the West Coast’s GDP in 2016 and when you see young achievers like Leighton in the industry, we can say it is in good hands.

Many thanks Leighton Campbell for taking the time to let Coasters know what’s going on.