Cairns Show Young Rural Ambassador

Sponsored by BLA and Natural Evolution Foods.

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We are pleased to introduce our new competition, the Young Rural Ambassador Awards. This is a fantastic opportunity to encourage your students to get involved with their local community, build confidence and knowledge through working with experienced people in agricultural industries.

Fabulous Prizes to be WON!

The winner will recive $200 prize money, an individual Cairns Show membership; A Cairns Show Rural Ambassador Shirt and a commemorative trophy. The Runner-up will recieve $50 prize money.

Entries close on Wednesday 15th March. The Awards presentation will be held at the Cairns Show Rural Ambassador "Boots and Beef" function to be held at the Bungalow Hotel on Sunday afternoon the 2nd of April.

Entry Forms:

Please read the Rules and Entrants Information carefuly prior to entering. Along with your entry forms please submit a 2 minute video Introducing yourself and why you would like to be selected as the 2017 Cairns Show Young Rural Ambassador. Please note your introductory video will be posted on our Facebook page. Initial judging will be based on these entries. Formal interview for finalists if required.

For more information or to submit your entry please contact:

Ian Moller-Nielsen

Phone: 0467 006 100

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Amanda Hunter

Phone: 0418 456 791

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This new competition is open to males and females aged sixteen to under nineteen (as at the 1st May 2017) who have a strong interest in rural industries and an involvement and passion for the Agricultural Show movement.

The aim of the "Cairns Show Young Rural Ambassador Awards" is to highlight the importance of young people in rural and regional Queensland, in particular those associated with their local Agricultural Show movement. The award identifies those people actively involved in their local Show, who have a sound knowledge of current rural issues affecting their local areas, Queensland and Australia and have a strong affiliation with agriculture.

The award seeks young people who symbolise the rural spirit - people with vitality who are forward thinking and with a passion for the land and local agricultural shows.

The competition is a local competition only and all nominees will be expected to participate in the 2017 Cairns Show by way of stewarding, announcing or presentations where possible. The winner must attend the Friday of the Cairns Show at a minimum (the level of commitment may be depend on schooling or employment and can be negotiated with the Cairns Show Association). Participation in the local QCAS Next Generation Committee will be encouraged and it is also anticipated that this competition will be a stepping stone to the Cairns Show Rural Ambassador Awards once they meet the required criteria.

The Cairns Show Association would like to thank our sponsors:

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