PGA con­ven­tion draws at­ten­dees from all over the State

Countryman - - COUNTRY LIFE - Cally Dupe

Pas­toral­ists, gra­ziers and those in be­tween gath­ered for their rep­re­sen­ta­tive group’s gala din­ner last Thurs­day night.

The three-course meal in Crown Tow­ers’ botan­i­cal room capped off the Pas­toral­ists and Gra­ziers As­so­ci­a­tion of WA’s an­nual con­ven­tion, which was held at Crown ear­lier in the day.

Guests en­joyed din­ner and drinks while be­ing treated to a magic show by Rob­bie T, who in­vited mem­bers of the au­di­ence — in­clud­ing WA Op­po­si­tion Leader Mike Na­han, PGA pres­i­dent Tony Seabrook and former Emanuel Ex­ports manag­ing di­rec­tor Gra­ham Daws — to take part.

Mr Seabrook was be­stowed the group’s an­nual achieve­ment award.

PGA pres­i­dent Tony Seabrook.

Ju­lia Seabrook, of York, and Ann Ver­schuer, of Syd­ney.

Hay­ley Goad, of Perth, and Jim Craig, of So­phie Downs.

Emma Pet­te­merides and Jo Steingi­nesser.

Locky McTag­gart, of Gin­gin, and Renny Lee-Steere, of Toodyay.

Chris­tine Glenn, Su­sanna Glenn, 12, and Robert Glenn, 8, of Ash­bur­ton Downs Sta­tion, and Betty Walsh.

Mur­ray Nixon, of Perth, and Ian Ran­dles, of Perth.

Ch­eryl Camp, Emma White and Peter Camp.

Tony Seabrook, of York, with John Seabrook, Matt Seabrook and Dom­inque Seabrook, all of Perth.

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