SHOWGIRLS WANTED

Show so­ci­ety is look­ing for en­trants for next year’s com­pe­ti­tion

Isis Town and Country - - Front Page - Jodie Dixon Jodie.Dixon@isistc­news.com.au

CHILDERS Miss Showgirl 2016 Sarah Perry is thrilled to an­nounce the quest for next year is open for en­trants to get in­volved.

Beam­ing with con­fi­dence, Ms Perry is urg­ing other lo­cals to be part of a lo­cal tra­di­tion.

Ms Perry has taken over from Vader-Ann Weg­ner as the Miss Showgirls quest or­gan­iser due to Ms Weg­ner’s com­mit­ted to univer­sity stud­ies.

Ms Perry said she would like to en­cour­age young ladies from the re­gion to take part.

“I was en­cour­aged by Doug Schofield to en­ter and to be part of the show move­ment, and it was the best thing I did.

“It’s noth­ing like beauty pageants; we are ac­tive in our com­mu­nity and have a pas­sion for agri­cul­ture and ev­ery­thing farm­ing.

“I have been busy this year and have met many won­der­ful peo­ple,” she said.

“The Miss Showgirl quest will boost self con­fi­dence and you will learn more about the show move­ment and the agri­cul­tural in­dus­try.

“We are look­ing for young adults aged be­tween 20-30 years male and fe­male to en­ter as the Ru­ral Am­bas­sador, you are re­quired to have a pas­sion and in­ter­est in agri­cul­ture and ev­ery­thing farm­ing.”

Ms Perry has made her­self avail­able to an­swer any ques­tions re­gard­ing the quest, you can con­tact her by phone on 0429 480 829 or sarah.perry225@y7­mail.com

It has been an ex­pe­ri­ence of a lifetime.

PHOTO: JODIE DIXON

MISS SHOWGIRL: Event co-or­di­na­tor Sarah Perry.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

HIGH TEA: Three of the 2016 en­trants Rachael Taplin, Sarah Perry and Emma Bud­gen.

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