Foster stages a showstopper

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Foster stages a showstopper

 

RELAXED and with plenty of elbow room, the Foster Show organising committee couldn’t have ordered a better day for the show on Saturday.

The judges in the produce pavilion were ecstatic with the turnout.

The show had more than 150 entries in the cooking section alone with 50 of those coming from students at South Gippsland Secondary College.

Steward Kate Crowl said the number of entries was as many as any other regional show in the state.

Chief show steward Bev Tyers said the produce pavilion displayed the “vast diversity of what people do” and this was true wherever you looked.

The secretary of the Foster Show organising committee Denis O’Neill was justifiably proud of quality of entries in all sections.

He said of the pavilion, “It is an explosion of colour.”

Mr O’Neill said many people worked tirelessly to bring such a diverse range of high quality and interesting exhibits together.

In addition to the pavilion, there were animal exhibits, sideshow rides and games, agricultural displays and fun aplenty.

Time to ride: from left, Mathew Bugg, Cas Maclean and her brother Leuca Maclean headed straight for the carnival and were eyeing “The Zipper” which towered over the showgrounds. It was early in the day but all agreed they were having a good day.

Time to ride: from left, Mathew Bugg, Cas Maclean and her brother Leuca Maclean headed straight for the carnival and were eyeing “The Zipper” which towered over the showgrounds. It was early in the day but all agreed they were having a good day.

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