EMILY Jones, Miss Henty Showgirl 2018, has been successful in The Land Rural Showgirl Competition and has been selected as a finalist at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. She will compete for the NSW title against about 50 other showgirls over the four-day period. Emily attended selection trials at Hay with parents Ken and Brenda and a contingent of Henty Show officials, Warren, Deanne and Stephen Dale, and Ed and Kay Dale. Emily has assisted Brenda for a number of years setting up one section of the show’s pavilion entries. Emily was selected by the Henty Show committee as she epitomises all the values that make her an excellent representative of Henty’s youth. Emily is employed by Greater Hume Council at Henty’s library.
THE start on Henty’s new fire station officially started Monday and activity will increase over the coming months. With a last-minute effort volunteers, Neil Parker, Robert Armstrong, Chris Maher, John Ebsworth. Roger Graetz and Colin Scheuner managed to carefully dismantle the frame of the old police stables in readiness of the development. Previous assists were provided by John Ross, Neil Meyer and Tony O’Brien.
YOGA classes are tentatively set for Wednesdays (February 14 to March 21), from 7pm to 8.15pm. No experience in yoga necessary, participants would need to bring a yoga mat. For bookings ring John Ebsworth 0448 490 880. Classes at Henty’s Lifestyle Centre.
LAST minute preparations are being attended to for Henty’s 114th show. It’s be nice to see temperatures remain reasonable and if not, an early start is recommended. Do not forget to register entries at Henty Library this Thursday and Friday.