Residents relish their chance at show fame
AGED residents at Biggenden’s Multi-Purpose Health Service have been busy preparing for the upcoming town show.
On Monday the residents made tomato relish while Bob Berrie wrote a poem for the poetry section highlighting the centenary of the Lighthorse.
The residents have put the challenge out to the community and have been busy and so far have decorated four rubber thongs.
This Monday, the cooks will be in the kitchen making plum puddings. Col Barnard and Des Berrie are hoping to follow up on their Mt Perry Show success where they won second prize from seven other entries.
The residents hope to enter the floral art and cut flowers sections after growing their own flowers at the facility and the women have been busy preparing their handcraft. The residents were recently given some silkies and hope next year they can enter the poultry section.
CRAFTY LOT: Muriel Scholl, Col Barnard and Elsie Mackley.