Anything goes, and usually does, at the Show
TAKING part in “Anything Goes’’ may prove very lucrative to participants in one of the favourite activities people can enjoy at next month’s Mossman Show.
The organiser of this year’s competition, David Egan, said that he did not want to give anything away but there was a prize pool of $5000 that people who take part in the game can win.
The game involves a secret task only revealed seconds prior to the start- ing gun.
Last year’s event involved some serious shovel work, but this year a coy Mr Egan’s only clues seem to involve yet more spade work and perhaps a horse . . . but who knows, as anything goes.
“So we want people to form teams where there are six people in a team but players must be 16 and over,” Mr Egan said.
“The teams must also have a mix of male and female players, and teams will need to pay a $50 dol- lar nomination fee which has to be paid to the Secretary of the Mossman Show Society before the two day show opens on July 22.”
All other nominations also need to be lodged with the Secretary of the Mossman Shire Society and this can be done at the showground each morning from 9am until 11.30am.
You can also phone 4098 1477 and if there is no answer leave your message and the Secretary will call you back as soon as possible.
Mystery competition: David Egan getting ready for the unknown challenge