BIG PREP: Showgirls Shania Connolly, Karly Crisp, Shannon Bourke, Tayla Dachs recently met up with Amelia Wilshire (left) at the Stanthorpe Showgrounds.
BIG PREP: Showgirls Shania Connolly, Karly Crisp, Shannon Bourke, Tayla Dachs recently met up with Amelia Wilshire (left) at the Stanthorpe Showgrounds. Liana Turner

Showgirls ramp up their preparations

THE Stanthorpe Agricultural Society Show is just around the corner, and the Showgirl entrants are ready for the big event.

Miss Stud Cattle Shania Connolly, Miss Ring, Rodeo and Campdraft Karly Crisp, Miss Wine Shannon Bourke and Miss Fruit and Vegetable Tayla Dachs recently met up with leading ladies director Amelia Wilshire at the Stanthorpe Showgrounds ahead of the show.

Ms Connolly, said they had been learning a lot on their "challenging” Showgirl journey.

Ms Dachs, said she had been enjoying it

"Fundraising has been really good,” she said.

Ms Crisp said it had been a great experience so far, while Ms Bourke said it had been interesting to spend to much time learning about the region's key industries.

Co-ordinator Angelina Sims said the entrants were getting busier, with less than three weeks until the Great Gatsby-themed Show Ball.

"The girls are wrapping up their fundraising in the next few weeks,” she said.

"They are also selling tickets to the Gala Ball which is Saturday, January 28.

The show will begin on Friday, February 3.

Stanthorpe Border Post


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