Im­pres­sive hall en­tries

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS - — ERICA MUR­REE

THE in­side of the Teebar Hall for its an­nual show was awash with colour.

On Satur­day co-or­di­na­tor Michelle Kin­bacher said she was happy with the over­all pre­sen­ta­tion.

“We achieved our goal,” she said

“Over­all there were 498 en­tries in­clud­ing 175 in pho­tog­ra­phy and 120 in home man­u­fac­ture.”

Mrs Kin­bacher said with Teebar be­ing so far away peo­ple had to travel.

“I am so ap­pre­cia­tive of them en­ter­ing,” she said. “It is just won­der­ful.” Dal­larnil’s Loretta Hether­ing­ton won the rich fruit cake and will now rep­re­sent Teebar at the Bur­nett Sub-Cham­ber judg­ing.

The Biggen­den MPHS res­i­dents ex­hib­ited their cham­pion rose or flower with one of their roses.

Ru­ral am­bas­sador Ran­dall Wixon and Miss Show­girl Sam Ol­son both had a good time and a busy time sell­ing raf­fle tickets.

Both are look­ing for­ward to the up­com­ing Bur­nett Sub-Cham­ber judg­ing on July 1 at Teebar.

Also in­side the hall there was a dis­play by Fraser Coast Re­gional Coun­cil, along with stalls high­light­ing craft, hats, scarves and ear­rings and fudge and jams.

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