This year’s show girls entrants will go into the running to win a new car. Pictured are (from left) ring entrant Shari Holdsworth, beef entrant Shawnee Collier, Shepherds Retravision’s Darren Seed, Pacific Hyundai’s Paul Reeman, Westpac’s Chris Dawson, Advice Partner’s Rod Cartwright, Pacific Honda’s Joel Reeman, Stirling Homes’ Karen Bazzan, Jockey Club Hotel’s Murray Bradley and show administrator Melanie Green.
This year’s show girls entrants will go into the running to win a new car. Pictured are (from left) ring entrant Shari Holdsworth, beef entrant Shawnee Collier, Shepherds Retravision’s Darren Seed, Pacific Hyundai’s Paul Reeman, Westpac’s Chris Dawson, Advice Partner’s Rod Cartwright, Pacific Honda’s Joel Reeman, Stirling Homes’ Karen Bazzan, Jockey Club Hotel’s Murray Bradley and show administrator Melanie Green. Craig Warhurst

Getz up for grabs for show girl

FOR the very first time, the Gympie District Show Society has announced that one lucky show girl entrant will walk away with a brand new Hyundai Getz.

The Gympie show girl quest is an exciting event for young women to be involved in.

The show girl winner will get the chance to represent Gympie in the Near North Coast final, and if she is lucky enough to win that title, will then go on to represent the town at the Brisbane Exhibition, just as last year’s winner Andrea Schulz did.

So far, the show society has three lovely young ladies entered in the quest.

Nikki Doyle, 17 represents the Dairy Committee, Shari Holdsworth, 23, represents the Ring Committee and Shawnee Collier, 20, represents the Beef Committee.

They have room to take on one more entrant and all have a chance of winning the car.

Anyone interested can contact show administrator Melanie Green on 5482 1721 or email gympieshow@gympieshow.org.au.

Mrs Green said the show society was excited to have some wonderful sponsorship partners to enable such a fantastic prize to be given away.

“The Jockey Club Hotel, Stirling Homes, Pacific Hyundai, Westpac Gympie, Advice Partners, Shepherds Retravision and Downunder Clothing have generously come on board for this project,” Mrs Green said.

She also announced the show society would for the first time hold the show ball at the Civic Centre on April 16.

“The society has had numerous requests from members of the public for this move to occur, with the main reason being the existence of a dance floor,” Mrs Green said.

“The ball will be a wonderful occasion full of excitement, as not only will we crown our Show Girl and Charity Show Girl, but one of the lucky ladies will win the car which will be given away on the night.”

The show society relies heavily on the money that the show girls raise each year.

“These funds are vital in keeping the show movement alive and well,” Ms Green said.

Gympie Times


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