Wan­neroo Show is back

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THE Wan­neroo Show has be­come a fam­ily af­fair for four gen­er­a­tions who have been in­volved in agri­cul­tural shows over the past five decades.

Great-grand­mother Elena De Pi­azzi and her hus­band Guido used to dis­play pro­duce from their mar­ket gar­den at the Os­borne Park Show, then the Wan­neroo Show after mov­ing to Wan­neroo in the 1970s.

Mrs De Pi­azzi has en­tered dolls and Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions in this week­end’s show.

Her daugh­ter Glo­ria Hard­man has been in­volved since she was a child and usu­ally en­ters her jew­ellery, macrame and knit­ting.

“We like sup­port­ing the agri­cul­tural so­ci­ety; our in­volve­ment has been more than 50 years,” Ms Hard­man said.

Last year her daugh­ter Alana Bir­chall, of Pearsall, won first prize in pho­tog­ra­phy. Ms Hard­man said for the past five years, four gen­er­a­tions of their fam­ily had been in­volved since her grand­sons Jett (9) and Ace (5) started sub­mit­ting their draw­ings and craft.

The Wan­neroo Show will run from 4pm to 10pm on Fri­day, Novem­ber 23, and from 9am to 10pm on Satur­day, Novem­ber 24, at Wan­neroo Show­ground.

Visit www.wan­neroo- show.com .

Pic­ture: Mar­tin Ken­nealey d488694

Elena De Pi­azzi with her daugh­ter Glo­ria Hard­man, grand­daugh­ter Alana Bir­chall and her great grand­sons Ace (5) and Jett (9) Bir­chall.

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