Miss Showgirl Sarah Perry
2016 Central Queensland Showgirls finals held in Sarina
PROUD to be representing her community, Childers 2016 Miss Showgirl winner Sarah Perry has been busy with her duties encouraging and promoting Queensland’s show movement.
Ms Perry said she has just returned from the 2016 Central Queensland Showgirl and Rural Ambassador Sub Chamber Finals held in Sarina.
“The entire experience of the sub-chamber finals was invaluable to me. It has given me new knowledge about the show movement and the agriculture industry across Queensland,” Ms Perry said.
Since winning the Childers Miss Showgirl quest, Ms Perry has gained new confidence and grown within herself.
“I have met many people from across the state and heard just as many stories about others Shows and aspect of farming,” she said.
“It was an eye opener seeing the drought affected farms across our wonderful state.”
Last weekend Ms Perry assisted organisers at the Bastille Day celebrations at the lovely Vintners Secret vineyard.
“It was a beautiful event and the guests had a wonderful day experiencing a touch of France,” she said.
“I am truly enjoying being part of the Childers Show Society and I encourage other young girls to take part next year.”
The Miss Showgirls 2016 co-ordinator Vader-Ann Wegner said Sarah is doing a great job representing Childers.
“The Childers Show Society are very impressed by her conduct and Sarah should be proud of her efforts promoting the show movement,” Ms Wegner said.
Ms Perry said the next event on her calendar is the Creak at the Creek next month.
“It’s part of the celebration of seniors week and I want to encourage the locals to be part of the activities,” she said.
“It will be at the showgrounds at Apple Tree Creek in conjunction with the markets, August 13, it will be a great day.”
The entire experience of the sub-chamber finals was invaluable to me. — Sarah Perry
SUB CHAMBER: Standing proud in the centre, Sarah Perry is thrilled to be part of the show movement.