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WA's largest regional agricultural show

Over 350 commercial exhibitors; over 1000 sheep, cattle, horses and chooks in competition; working sheep dogs; hourly fashion parades; art, photography and crafts in competition; education options; side shows; free entertainment; lifestyle displays; woolhandling and shearing competitions; markets; current and future rural industry products and services; travel products; smoke free environment; indoor and outdoor displays; 20,000 visitors; massive local community effort; family friendly;

THE PLACE TO BE!


MAKE SMOKING HISTORY WAGIN WOOLORAMA

An behalf of our hard-working Committee, I extend to all competitors, commercial exhibitors, judges, sponsors and visitors a sincere welcome to the Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 March.

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For the Official Program - Welcome from President

President Malcolm says Welcome

An behalf of our hard-working Committee, I extend to all competitors, commercial exhibitors, judges, sponsors and visitors a sincere welcome to the Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 March

In this year of Anzac centenary commemorations, we offer free entry to age pension card holders, in appreciation for all the legacy of freedom we have because of a previous generation's sacrifice.   I particularly welcome you to the show.

We are fortunate to have secured good sponsorship from Healthway for two years.  Significant sponsorship has also come in from Commonwealth Bank, Morton Seeds, AWI, Farm Weekly, Royalties for Regions, Landmark and the Roof and Wall Doctor.  Our part of the deal is to ensure these companies have a good setting in which to engage with their clients.

Much of farming is displayed at the show - not only sheep and wool, but sheep dogs, wool harvesting and handling, grain and hay production, cattle and hobbies, as well as where to go for holidays when the work is done.  The livestock and commercial exhibitors provide you with a varied two days of stimulation and education that is padded with loads of free entertainment, taste options and wool fashion parades.

Wagin community display a remarkable spirit of cooperation and tireless energy to ensure the grounds and buildings are ready for the event.  The Committee values each one as generous with their time and talents, their resources and their vision, their ideas and passion. 

The Shire of Wagin is very supportive, with accommodating input from the Council, the CEO and the works crews.  We are fortunate indeed to have their generous input before, during and after the event at the clean-up end of things.

I am proud to be the figure-head of the Wagin Agricultural Society and wish you all a successful show.  One of the strengths of the show is that is brings people together to celebrate and bond, to compete and remain friends, to socialise and build good memories together.  I am confident the 2015 show will be no exception.

Malcolm Edward

President

 

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MAKE SMOKING HISTORY WAGIN WOOLORAMA
An behalf of our hard-working Committee, I extend to all competitors, commercial exhibitors, judges, sponsors and visitors a sincere welcome to the Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 March.

GOOD USE OF GOOD FACILITIES
Proud of the facilities on Wagin's showground, the Committee is pleased when other organisations want to hold their events in the town.

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