Let’s make this year’s show one to re­mem­ber

Euroa Gazette - - AGRICULTURAL NEWS -

horse lovers to com­pete in and spec­ta­tors to watch.

The Ral­ston Pavil­ion will be a hive of ac­tiv­ity on the Fri­day with the judg­ing and dis­play­ing of all the en­tries in this won­der­ful part of the show each year.

I do hope that all who wish to en­ter the dif­fer­ent sec­tions in this part of the show have planned their en­tries and will have en­tered them on the new on­line sys­tem.

As­sis­tance will be avail­able at the Euroa Li­brary to­mor­row Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 18 and on Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 19 be­tween 1pm and 4pm. As­sis­tance will also be avail­able at the Ral­ston Pavil­ion on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 22 be­tween 10am and 4pm.

De­tails are on page 11 of the show sched­ule.

En­tries in other sec­tions es­pe­cially the sheep, cat­tle, dogs, poul­try, shear­ing etc. are also in the Sched­ule.

Copies of the Sched­ule are avail­able at the Gazette of­fice, Land­mark, Euroa Newsagency, Bur­tons Stores, and W.B.Hunter Ru­ral.

We look for­ward to the ‘Kids on Show’ (for­mally Tiny Tots etc.) sec­tion which this year is tak­ing on a new look.

Lots of trade space and stalls will be there to at­tract on­look­ers as well as the sideshows for the chil­dren.

The Unit­ing Church are also there with their cater­ing in the NR Ral­ston Pavil­ion as well as the nu­mer­ous other eat­ing stalls around the ground.

Shear­ing will again be a big at­trac­tion as well as the “work­ing dogs” and the cat­tle, sheep, poul­try and dogs and the an­i­mal nurs­ery will be great at­trac­tions to see as well as the horse events on the arena.

Come join the com­mit­tee and helpers over th­ese two days and make this week­end a won­der­ful one for Euroa. See you there.

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