Show society is looking for entrants for next year’s competition
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 email@example.com
It has been an experience of a lifetime.
MISS SHOWGIRL: Event co-ordinator Sarah Perry.
HIGH TEA: Three of the 2016 entrants Rachael Taplin, Sarah Perry and Emma Budgen.