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<p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>133rd KERANG ANNUAL</p> <p>SHOW October 9th and 10th, 2017$10,00</p> <p>0PRIZE</p> <p> MONEY</p> <p>INCLUDING</p> <p>TROPHIES!</p> <p> Amazing Mike Magic Show Laser Tag Tex the Bucking Bull Food Court</p> <p> Face painting P.A. Band Camel rides Nursing mums area</p> <p>SPECIAL</p> <p>ATTRACTIONS</p> <p>Photos by Tracy Roberts</p> <p>1- KERANG SHOW PROGRAM - 2017 -</p> <p>Show Program 3Committee, Life Members, &amp; Donors 2General Regulations 4Kerang Show Teenager and Tiny Tots 5Rural Ambassador Award 5Childrens Pet Show 4Dog Show 6Yard Dog Trials 6</p> <p>SECTIONSArt RA 32Cattle D 15Cereals. Fodders F 17Childrens Cooking MB 24Cooking MA 22Crochet PD 30Cut Flowers N 25Farm &amp; Garden Produce H 20</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICTAGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>83rd Annual Debutante BallFriday the 18th of May, 2018</p> <p>Floral Arrangements NB 27Handcraft PB 29Horses A B &amp; C 7-14Knitting PC 30Needlework PA 28Pavilion - Information 19Photography QA 31Pigeons GA 18Potted Plants NA 26Poultry G 17Preserved Fruits &amp; Jams M 21Prime Lamb DA 16Sheep E 16Show Jumping 7Show Map Inside Back CoverStudent Work - Primary R 32Student Work - Secondary S 33Wool EA 16</p> <p>ADMISSION CHARGES PER DAYAdults (16yrs &amp; over) $15</p> <p>Pensioners (must produce card) $10School Children (Under 16yrs) $10</p> <p>Pre School Children FREE</p> <p>FAMILY TICKETTwo adults &amp; children under 16 yrs $35.00</p> <p>For both days of show, tickets available at gate.</p> <p>CONTENTS</p> <p>133nd ANNUAL SHOWAffi liated with</p> <p> VAS Ltd - Victorian Agricultural Shows Ltd., NDASA - Northern District Agricultural Societies Assoc. EFA. Equestrian Federation of Victoria, Australian Horticultural Judges Assoc., Victorian Yard Utility Farm Dog Association,</p> <p> Victorian Canine Association.</p> <p>ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP $35.00Current Members are mailed their members ticket and schedule approx.</p> <p>1 month prior to the show. New members welcome to apply for 2018 show.</p> <p>Please help the society: By paying annual membership prior to the show, by entering classes and entering early.</p> <p>Exhibits are to be brought to the Kendell Poole Pavilion at theshowgrounds between 2.00pm and 3.00pm on Sunday afternoon,</p> <p>or before 9.30 am Monday morning,or as stated under the each Sections information in this schedule.</p> <p>The Show Offi ce, at the Showgrounds in Park Road will be opening onWednesday 27th September. Offi ce hours will be 10.00 am to 4.00pm</p> <p>for the 10 days prior to the show. Phone: 5450 3616.</p> <p>2 - KERANG SHOW PROGRAM - 2017 -</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICTAGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>ABN 86 804 156 925</p> <p>P.O. Box 262, Kerang 3579Show Offi ce Phone: 5450 3616Email: kerangshow@gmail.com</p> <p>Face book page: https://www.facebook.com/kerangshow/Website - http://www.kerangshow.com</p> <p>OFFICE BEARERS 2017/2018</p> <p>PRESIDENT: Mr. Geoff DaveyVICE PRESIDENT: Mr. Geoff KendellJunior Vice President Mr. Brodey FarleySECRETARY: Ms. Tracy RobertsTREASURER: Mrs. Betty McNeilGROUND STEWARDS:- R. McNeil K. Pay G. Morris S. Kerr B. Farley</p> <p>COMMITTEE: Mrs. S. Ash Mr. K. Charleson Mr. P. Collins* Mr. G. Davey Ms. T. Roberts Mr. Brodey Farley Mr. C. Gitsham Mr. G. Kendell Mr. S. Kerr* Ms. L. Marshall Mr. R. McFarlane* Mr. R. McNeil* Mrs. B. McNeil* Mr. G. Morris* Mrs. L. Morris Mrs. C. Pay Mr. K. Pay Mr. J. Poole* Mrs. S. Poole* Mr. R. Theobald Mr. B. Steel Mrs. J. Guest Mrs. A. Whyte</p> <p>* Denotes Life Membership</p> <p>LADIES COMMITTEEPRESIDENT: Mrs. S. PooleVICE PRESIDENT: Ms. L. MarshallSECRETARY: Mrs. C. Pay</p> <p>THANK YOU TO OUR DONORSWith sponsorship of the Deb Ball,</p> <p>Poultry Show &amp; Annual Agricultural Show</p> <p>BUSINESSES -</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>A.G.Adams &amp; Sons Funeral Services </p> <p>Autopro Kerang</p> <p>BJs Variety </p> <p>Border Veterinary Services </p> <p>Dahlsens Building Centre </p> <p>Dunstans Engineering</p> <p>Eastern Spreaders</p> <p>E.B. Mawsons </p> <p>Ferguson Wool Co. </p> <p>Gannawarra Shire Council</p> <p>Granny Reillys Mix </p> <p>Guests Auto Electrical</p> <p>Halls Home Hardware</p> <p>Hibbets Machinery &amp; Industrial Supplies</p> <p>Kellys signs and designs</p> <p>Kerang Associated Agents </p> <p>Kerang Agricultural Research Farm </p> <p>Kerang Authorised Newsagency </p> <p>Kerang Country Bakehouse</p> <p>Kerang Steel &amp; Hydraulics </p> <p>Kerang Windscreen and Alumak</p> <p>Landmark</p> <p>Lipp Bulk Super </p> <p>Lowes BP Petroleum</p> <p>Max Wilson Tyres &amp; Batteries</p> <p>Miss Petal Florist </p> <p>Molafos</p> <p>Murrabit Trading Co </p> <p>National Australia Bank </p> <p>Pennant Products </p> <p>Pye St Veterinary Clinic</p> <p>Price Merritt </p> <p>Red Wall Studio</p> <p>Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria</p> <p>Rulcifys Sub News &amp; Gifts</p> <p>Scrivens Consolidated Ind</p> <p>Scott McNeil Electrical</p> <p>Slenderline Cabinets (T Ayres) </p> <p>Sportspower Kerang </p> <p>Swan Hill &amp; Kerang Toyota</p> <p>T.J.Stockfeeds Pty Ltd </p> <p>Waddingham Concrete and Ezy Drive</p> <p>Woolworths Kerang</p> <p>Peter Collins</p> <p>C.W.A. Dingwall Branch</p> <p>C.W.A. Kerang Branch </p> <p>Mrs N. Gitsham</p> <p>Geoff Kendell</p> <p>Kerang Agriculture Ladies Committeee</p> <p>Kerang Camera Club</p> <p>Kerang and District Garden Club </p> <p>Kerang Quilters Inc.</p> <p>Kerang Lions Club </p> <p>Kerang CWA</p> <p>Kerang Museum</p> <p>Mrs Marion Kerr</p> <p>Mr Lindsay Messer </p> <p>Mrs and Mrs Graeme and Lorraine Morris </p> <p>Murrabit Lions Club</p> <p>Mrs Betty McNeil </p> <p>Mrs C. McRae</p> <p>Mrs Lorraine Marshall </p> <p>Makeham Family</p> <p>Mrs N Milley </p> <p>Ian and Jackie Pay </p> <p>Mrs Carol Pay </p> <p>Mr John and Mrs Sue Poole </p> <p>Mrs Bev Price</p> <p>RJ Makeham Family</p> <p>Ms Tracy Roberts </p> <p>Mrs D. Schram </p> <p>Mrs Barbara Williams</p> <p>PERSONAL / COMMUNITY GROUPS</p> <p>3KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC. - KERANG SHOW PROGRAM</p> <p>Commencing 9 amJudging of:Cereals &amp; WoolPavilion SectionsBlood Stock ClassesShow JumpingDog Show</p> <p>2.00pm Pavilion Open to the Public2.30pm Food Court opens</p> <p>4.00pm Animal Nursery - Camel Rides - Tex the Bucking Bull4.30pm Magic Mike and face painting Laser Tag5.00pm Kerang Show teenager etc. entries open5.00pm Side Show Alley Opens5.25pm Offi cial Show opening5.30pm Kerang Show Teenager competitions etc.7.00pm Pet Show8.30pm Smash up Derby</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>1. Scouts - steak sandwiches, sausages, hamburgers, soft drinks, hot dogs 2. Guides - sandwiches, main meals (quiche, lasagna etc), expresso coffee, pies, desserts, cakes etc.3. Potato man - Baked potatoes4. Murray Mallee Wood Fired Pizzas - 0402 496 344 or 0474 503 9645. Blue Wren - Biscuits. Ron 0458 182 8996. Quamby Quoffee - Jo and Annie. Hot meat gravy rolls, Pancakes</p> <p>Show Program Monday, October 9</p> <p>Tuesdays Program - October 10School Education Day</p> <p>8.30 am Yard Dog Trials8.30 am Pony Club events9.00 am Horse Events</p> <p>Food Court</p> <p>Poole KendellPavilion</p> <p>Hill</p> <p>Ladi</p> <p>es &amp;</p> <p> Men</p> <p>sTo</p> <p>ilets</p> <p>Kerang Turf Club</p> <p>Guides</p> <p> Blue Wren</p> <p>Entertainmenttrailer and show teenager Scouts</p> <p>Quamby Quoffee</p> <p>Murray MalleeWood Fired </p> <p>Pizza</p> <p>Potato Man</p> <p>1.</p> <p>2.</p> <p>3.4.</p> <p>5.</p> <p>6.</p> <p>4 KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC. - KERANG SHOW PROGRAM</p> <p>GENERAL REGULATIONS</p> <p>Further Regulations pertaining to a particularSection are listed with that section.</p> <p>All exhibits must be the bona-fi de property of the exhibitor. All farm produce and horticultural exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor and be of this seasons crop.</p> <p>The Society reserves the right to refuse entry to any animal where there is reason to believe it is either diseased or danger-ous. Intending competitors are requested to observe the time fi xed for closing of entries. Please read the notes with each sec-tion carefully. NO entry will be accepted without the appropriate entry fee, and completed entry form.</p> <p>All competitors and patrons enter the showground at their own risk. The showground are inspected regularly by the Societys Safety Offi cer and every care has been taken to remove any potential hazards.</p> <p>Every possible care will be taken of exhibits but no responsibility will be incurred by the Society. The Society shall not, under any circumstances, hold itself responsible for any loss by theft, fi re, storm damage by water, fl ood or lightning. Exhibits and displays shall be accepted only on this condition. Security precautions will be taken to safeguard exhibits in the Pavilion during Sunday and Monday nights.</p> <p>The Society shall not be responsible for any accident that may be caused through or by an exhibit. It shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall not hold the Society responsi-ble and indemnify against it any legal proceedings arising from such accident.</p> <p>All persons exhibiting shall accept the decision of the Judges appointed by the Society. In the case of protest against awards, such protest must be in writing and Lodged with the Secretary before 3pm on Tuesday, with $50 deposit, to be forfeited on the event of the protest proving frivolous. The decision of the Soci-ety Committee shall be fi nal and without appeal. </p> <p>CHILDRENS PET SHOW</p> <p>First day of Show, Monday at 6.30pmAt Animal Nursery</p> <p>Children must own the pet they handle.All Pets must be tied up securely or in Cages.</p> <p>No horses as pets.</p> <p>NO ANIMAL IS ALLOWED TO RUN AROUND UNATTENDED</p> <p>Stewards:- D. Baulch, S. Ash.Champion ribbon and trophy for best pet; classes 1 6</p> <p>1. Best kept Dog2. Most unusual Pet3. Pet with longest coat 4. Pet with the shortest coat5. Best fancy dressed pet </p> <p>1st prizes Products bags, donated by Border Veterinary Services.2nd prizes $10 voucher donated by Halls Home HardwareBest pet overall prize will be chosen from all fi rst place-getters - Donated by Border Veterinary Services</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>5KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC. - KERANG SHOW PROGRAM</p> <p>KERANG SHOW TEENAGER &amp; TINY TOTS </p> <p>Stewards- Sue Poole, Carol Pay, Pam Munro</p> <p>Monday afternoon - starting at 5.30 pmEntries will be taken in each section from 5pm on Monday, October 9 </p> <p>until section commences entry fee $1.</p> <p>Judging will be on the basis of:(a) clothes suitable for attending a country show(b) No less than 5 competitors for a third place 1st, 2nd &amp; 3rd place getters in each section to receive sashes and trophies</p> <p>KERANG SHOW TEENAGERRegulationsThirteen to Sixteen years inclusive on day of judging.</p> <p>NDAS SHOW TEENAGER-Thirteen to sixteen of age inclusive on day of show. </p> <p>1. The competition is conducted annually by Northern District Agricultural Show Societies of Victoria (NDAS). Entrants must abide by the regulations and decisions of the Association.</p> <p>2. Entrants must be residents of Australia, 13 years and under 17 years inclusive, on the day of the local show, and prepared to attend 2018 Group fi nal. </p> <p>3. Entrant will be required to wear an outfi t suitable for attending a country show. (even if judging is an evening function) No hats and no changing garments is permitted for presentations at Group judging.</p> <p>4. Awards will be presented to Show Teenager and the runner-up. A third prize will be presented if six or more entrants are at the Group fi nal.</p> <p>5. The winning selection(s) shall be fi nal and binding to the entries.</p> <p>JUNIOR MISSTen to twelve years incl.</p> <p>Mr MIDISix to nine years incl.</p> <p>MISS MIDISix to nine years incl.</p> <p>MR. TINY TOTThree to fi ve years incl.</p> <p>MISS TINY TOT Three to fi ve years incl.</p> <p>VICTORIAN AGRICULTURAL SHOWS RURAL</p> <p>AMBASSADOR AWARDSA partnership between VAS and the RASV</p> <p>Aims of Rural Ambassador Awards- To highlight the talent, creativity and ingenuity of young rural people and in doing so, encourage entrants to be role models in their local community.</p> <p>Rules and regulations1. Open to people aged between 20 and 30 years at the 1st May 20172. The candidate must reside in Victoria.</p> <p>Judging Criteria for the State Final Community and Local Show/Field Day Involvement Entrants must demonstrate an active involvement and a desire to be involved in the future and improvement of their local community and or show. 40 Points.</p> <p> General and Rural Knowledge- Entrants must demonstrate a broad general knowledge, an awareness of the local community issues and an understanding of current affairs relating to rural life and industry. 20 Points.</p> <p> Personality traits with both the awards and the entrants ambitions and goals will be assessed (e.g. enthusiasm, creativity, confi dence, leadership). 10 Points.</p> <p> Each entrants ambitions and goals will be assessed on their integrity and relevance to the awards. Entrants must demonstrate steps towards achieving their goal. 10 Points.</p> <p> Communication Skills Entrants are expected to demonstrate effective communication skills written, oral and interpersonal. 10 Points.</p> <p> Style, Grooming and Deportment Each entrants presentation will be assessed according to the suitability of their attire and conduct in a range of contexts. 10 Points.</p> <p> Public Presentation (3 minute speech) each Entrants presentation will be assessed according to the quality of the content, delivery and the extent to which it addresses the set topic. 20 Points.</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>6 KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC. - KERANG SHOW PROGRAM</p> <p>KERANG &amp; DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INC.</p> <p>VAS JUNIOR AMBASSADOROpen to people aged between 16 and 19 years</p> <p>on the day of your show</p> <p>Judging criteria for the State Final</p> <p>1. Community / Show Involvement 20 points Community Involvement - -Entrants must demonstrate an active involvement and a desire to be involvement in the future and involvement of the local community. LOCAL Show / Field Day Involvement Entrants must demonstrate an active involvement and a desire to be involved in the future and improvement of their local show society.</p> <p>2. Rural &amp; General Knowledge 20 points Entrants must demonstrate a broad general knowledge, an awareness of local community issues and an understanding of current affairs relating to rural life and industry.</p> <p>3. Ambitions and Goals 20 points Each entrants ambitions and goals will be assessed on their integrity and relevance to the awards. Entrants must demonstrate steps towards achieving their goal.</p> <p>4. Communication Skills 20 points. Entrants are expected to demonstrate effective communication skills written, oral and interpersonal.</p> <p>5. Personality and confi dence 10 points</p> <p>6. Overall Presentation 10 points First -$30.00 cash prize donated by Graeme &amp; Lorraine Morris</p> <p>RUSSELL0427 545 213</p> <p>Email: waddyconcrete@gmail.com</p> <p>DOG SHOWFirst day of Show, Monday 9th - Commencing a 8.30 am,</p> <p>Continuing through until approx. 5.00 pm.</p> <p>CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWEnquiries to - Heather Delaland439 Mary-Ann Road, Echuca, Vic 3564Phone 5480 6709See August 2017 issue of the V.C.A. Gazette for more details.Kerang and District Agricultural Society reserves the right to have any dog removed from the show grounds if it is not kept on a short chain and away fr...</p>