Teebar Showgirl named
Annual show on June 17
SAMANTHA Olsen is looking forwarding to meeting new people and gaining new experiences as the 2017 Miss Teebar Showgirl.
“This is an honour,” she said.
Despite the small size of the district Ms Olsen said the Teebar rodeo and campdraft continues to draw in tourists and locals alike.
She enjoys camping, painting, reading and horse riding and mustering.
“In the future I would like to run my own beauty salon,” she said.
“I have intentions to travel with a trip already planned for Bali later in the year.
“New Zealand, Europe and Canada are also on my wish list.”
Sam has recently been working with a personal trainer and found enjoyment in weight training.
“This had led to a real interest in healthy eating and sustaining good mental health,” she said.
Runners up at the Saturday, May 6 function were Chloe Cooper and Breanna Hawken.
The Teebar Show and Sports Association vice president Randall Wixon is this year’s Rural Ambassador.
The 23-year-old has an ambition to take over his parent’s beef property.
He is currently a supervisor of hardwood plantation maintenance crew.
Mr Wixon said as the Rural Ambassador he was pleased to represent and advertise the area he called home.
“I am keen to bring more attention and spectators to our small country rodeo,” he said.
“Teebar needs more volunteers to help on the day especially in the kitchen and bar.”
President Malcolm Beresford said it had been about five years since the committee had organised a dance for the Miss Showgirl competition.
Plans are well in hand for the June 17 show.
The only hitch is the committee hasn’t enough cattle for the campdraft events.
“We have a fair percentage but still need another 100 head,” he said.
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TEEBAR SHOW JUDGING: Teebar Miss Showgirl Samantha Olsen with runners up Chloe Cooper and Breanna Hawken and Rural Ambassador Randall Wixon.