Crown­ing a Show­girl

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS - Erica.murree@cnbtimes.com.au

FOR some­thing dif­fer­ent the Biggen­den Show So­ci­ety will host a high tea as part of the Miss Show­girl, Ru­ral Am­bas­sador and Ju­nior Show Am­bas­sador judg­ing on Satur­day.

Two young women, Sa­man­tha Olsen and Cooper-Anne Fother­ing­ham are vy­ing for the Miss Show­girl ti­tle.

Biggen­den Miss Show­girl 2014 Taliah Faint and Queens­land Miss Show­girl So­phie Hughes will sash the win­ner.

Co-or­di­na­tor Ta­mara Thode said the so­ci­ety had in­tro­duced a class for a Ju­nior Show Am­bas­sador.

“As you have to be 20 to en­ter the Ru­ral Am­bas­sador com­pe­ti­tion, the ju­nior class was a way to more young peo­ple in­volved in the show,” she said.

En­trants in­clude Lucy Kin­bacher, Fiona Gethings, So­phie Hall and Vanessa McIn­tyre.

At this stage no one has come for­ward for the Ru­ral

SA­MAN­THA OLSEN: The 19-year-old is a bar at­ten­dant/wait­ress at the Com­mer­cial Ho­tel. Her hob­bies in­clude camp­ing, swim­ming, movies, writ­ing, read­ing and drama. Sam's am­bi­tion is to com­plete her Cer­tifi­cate 3 in beauty ser­vices. She would also like to travel and take in as much of the world as pos­si­ble. Am­bas­sador com­pe­ti­tion.

Any­one still want­ing to en­ter can phone Ta­mara Thode on 0417 610 019.

The af­ter­noon will also in­clude a scrump­tious af­ter­noon tea, com­pli­men­tary drink upon ar­rival.

A bar will also be

COOPER-ANNE FOTHER­ING­HAM: Cooper-Anne's world re­volves around wa­ter ski­ing. avail­able while dress code is smart ca­sual/race wear.

Doors open at 1.30pm. Tick­ets are $15.

Bookings can be made at Bur­nett Live­stock and Re­alty or at the door on the day.

There will also be stalls and dis­plays.

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