Ru­ral am­bas­sador cho­sen

Seymour Telegraph - - KIDS SPEAK - Sey­mour Agri­cul­tural and Pas­toral So­ci­ety pres­i­dent Ja­son Ron­ald with this year’s ru­ral am­bas­sador Emma Hemme.

Emma Hemme has been cho­sen as the Sey­mour Agri­cul­tural and Pas­toral So­ci­ety’s 2018 Ru­ral Am­bas­sador, fol­low­ing the suc­cess­ful Great Sey­mour Show Off held at Kings Park ear­lier this month.

Ms Hemme works with Sey­mour Ag Sup­plies in Emily St.

She grad­u­ated from La Trobe Univer­sity with Honours in Agri­cul­tural Science and lives at Whit­tle­sea.

Her fam­ily has a cat­tle prop­erty in North­ern Vic­to­ria and she has been in­volved with show­ing for most of her life.

Ms Hemme was pre­sented with her sash and cer­tifi­cate as well as a cheque for $100 by Ag So­ci­ety pres­i­dent Ja­son Ron­ald, and sec­re­tary Pam Beerens at the re­cent meeting.

Ms Hemme will com­pete in the group fi­nal at Sey­mour next April.


Two Sey­mour Girl Guides, Eve­lyn Kram­mer and Sa­van­nah Brad­ford, were pre­sented with their Ju­nior Baden Pow­ell Award on Oc­to­ber 15. The pair had to com­plete many chal­lenges to be awarded this badge. There are dif­fer­ent chal­lenge ar­eas in­volved, such as Prom­ise and Law, Guid­ing, Ser­vices, Pa­trol Sys­tem, Out­doors. It was an ex­cel­lent job done by both Guides.— Beryl Beb­bing­ton, Sey­mour Girl Guides’ Leader

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