Despite windy conditions, Kimba’s 90th show was a success with many between 600 and 700 turning out for a day of family fun.
President Amy Wright was pleased with the day overall; “considering the strong winds, people certainly supported the show and many stayed throughout the day”.
“The committee decided to move marketplace stall holders into the complex due to the forecast winds and put all the food, drinks and other stallholders together in the marquee, keeping things sheltered and manageable” Mrs Wright said.
“Thanks to the many sponsors, stall holders and volunteers who contribute to make this great community event happen,” she said.
Pavilion entries were excellent and the Tiny Tot, Sub Junior and Junior Show Person competitions were a hit with Corinne Tucker named the 2017 Rural Ambassador.
All results and judges comments will be available on the Kimba show website www.kimbashow.com.au.