Open Day show off col­lege for stu­dents, par­ents

Narrogin Observer - - News - Michael Traill

The WA Col­lege of Agriculture Nar­ro­gin held its an­nual open day last Fri­day, cel­e­brat­ing the school’s 112-year his­tory and show­cas­ing what it has to of­fer.

Prin­ci­pal Stephan Watt said the fo­cus of the col­lege was to add value to ev­ery stu­dent.

“The an­nual Open Day is an op­por­tu­nity for cur­rent and prospec­tive par­ents and car­ers to view the col­lege fa­cil­i­ties and learn about how their son or daugh­ter could ben­e­fit,” he said.

Past stu­dents from over the years flocked to the cam­pus as well.

All at­ten­dees were spoilt for choice with en­ter­tain­ment.

Stu­dents com­peted in sheep shear­ing and equine cut­ting and demon­stra­tions of var­i­ous trades were held in the col­leg- e’s var­i­ous work­shops.

Stu­dents per­formed live mu­sic while vin­tage trac­tors and ve­hi­cles were also on dis­play.

The school’s fenc­ing team were also pre­sented with the Waratah Shield for win- ning the com­pe­ti­tion at Dow­erin GWN7 Ma­chin­ery Field Days.

El­iza Higgins and Jac­inta Wheatly.

Megan Dyson, Alika Gould and Rene Naude.

Kaileasha Reynolds shear­ing.

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