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For the sixth consecutive year, the office of Paula S. O Pasco County Clerk Comptroller, was recognized for excellence in budgeting by the Government Finance Officers Association. The association Distinguished Budget Presentation Award honors the office commitment to meeting or exceeding the highest principles of government financial planning.
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As for the Tigers, time has just about run out on them. After splitting games with Wake Forest and Miami last week, they 14 overall and 4 in the conference. They do have four top 50 wins, but none is a true signature victory. The Midland Agricultural Association would like to thank their sponsors, competitors, volunteers, show photographers, reporters and patrons that made the 180th Campbell Town Show such a success. There were many attractions to entertain all patrons young and old from dancing in front of the stage with George the Farmer, Dashing Dachshunds, the wonderful array of art and craft in the exhibition hall, sheep and wool exhibitors to name few. Whitfield Perpetual Memorial Trophies JA Nicolson Estate Trust Supreme Champion Polwarth Ewe or Ram SBT Bank Perpetual Trophy and the Soundhouse Prize JA Nicolson Estate Trust Champion Ultrafine/Superfine Ram, John Taylor Perpetual Memorial and William Kermode Perpetual Trophies Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Supreme Ultrafine Exhibit, Allan W Taylor Perpetual Memorial Trophy and Roberts Limited Prize Glen Mavis Supreme Superfine Exhibit, Robert and Hezekiah Harrison Perpetual Memorial Trophy and Ortovox Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Supreme Champion Fine Merino Exhibit, AWI Prize Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Supreme Champion Medium Merino Exhibit, Rabobank Prize Richard Beggs of Nareeb Nareeb Supreme Poll Merino Ram or Ewe, Zoetis Award Miller family of Glen Paen Merino Sires Progeny: 3 sheep of any age, the progeny of one Merino sire, TK Clarke Memorial Challenge Trophy and Coopers AH Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Best Exhibit of 3 Merino or Poll Merino Sheep (1 ram 2 ewes, all sections), John Foster Perpetual and Coopers AH Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Grand Champion Merino or Poll Merino Ram, FWB Youl Trophy and Wool Solutions Prize Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Grand Champion Merino or Poll Merino Ewe, TV Heggaton Annual Trophy and Bayer Prize Miller family of Glen Paen Grand Champion Merino or Poll Merino Ram Unprotected, AWN Prize Chester family of Camelford Grand Champion Merino or Poll Merino Ewe Unprotected, Elders Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Junior Champion Merino or Poll Merino Ram, Johnson Breward Brown Prize Chester family of Camelford Supreme Champion Merino, Roberts Limited Prize Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Tasmanian Merino Pair of the Year, Roberts Limited Prize Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Stud All Purpose Merino Junior Ram, Bejo Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Stud All Purpose Merino Junior Ewe, Bejo Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Stud All Purpose Merino Ram, Bejo Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Champion Stud All Purpose Merino Ram or Ewe, Old Wool Store Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Commercial All Purpose Merino Group of Three Ewes, MAA award Taylor family of Kenilworth Commercial All Purpose Merino Group of Three Ewe Lambs, MAA Award Taylor family of Kenilworth Commercial All Purpose Maternal Group of Three Ewe Lambs, MAA Award Bond family of Eastfield Commercial All Purpose, Maternal Group of Three Ewes, Elanco Animal Health Award Archer family of Brickendon Champion Commercial Merino Group of Three Ewes, Round Table Studio Prize Taylor family of Kenilworth Champion Commercial Maternal Group of Three Ewes, Summit Park Prize Archer Family of Brickendon Junior Champion Corriedale Ram, D Whitfield Perpetual Trophy Peter and Claire Blackwood of Blackwood Corriedales 180th Tasmanian Bred Saxon Merino, ANZ prize Glen Mavis Most Successful Exhibitor Merino/Poll Merino Sections, Shearwell Award Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Most Successful Exhibitor in the Corriedale Section, Ronald Lyne Perpetual Memorial Trophy and MacCrimmon Insurance Prize Peter and Claire Blackwood of Blackwood Corriedales Most Successful Exhibitor in the Polwarth Section, Polwarth Sheep breeders Association Perpetual Trophy and Saunders Wool Trophy Walker family of Riverview Supreme Junior Champion Wool Breed Ram, MacCrimmon Insurance Prize Peter and Claire Blackwood of Blackwood Corriedales Supreme Champion Wool Breed Ram, Roberts Limited Prize Georgina Wallace of Trefusis Supreme Champion Prime Lamb Breed Ram, Ansett Airlines Perpetual Trophy and Shearwell Award FJ DM Iles of Killara Poll Dorset Supreme Champion Prime Lamb Breed Ewe, Bejo Seeds Award Mr Paul Day of Sunny Banks Poll Dorset Supreme Champion Prime Lamb Breed Exhibit and Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Commemorative Trophy FJ DM Iles of Killara Poll Dorset Champion Prime Lamb Breed Interbreed Group, Cuthbertson Bros Perpetual Trophy and Cuthbertson Bros Prize Mr Paul Day of Sunnybanks White Suffolk Junior Sheep Judging up to 15 years 1st place Gilbert Loane 2nd Place Isobel Pengilley 3rd Place Archibald Pengilley Junior Merino Sheep Judging 16 25 Years 1st place Clarke Stackhouse 2nd Place Gabby Horton 3rd Place Olivia Lawson Junior Fleece Judging 15 25 years 1st place Matilda Scott 2nd Place Clarke Stackhouse 3rd Place Sym Hood Junior Meat Sheep Judging up to 15 years 1st place Sarah Gardener 2nd Place Ella Mason 3rd Place Isobel Pengilley Junior Meat sheep judging 16 25 years 1st place Sym Hood 2nd Place Olivia Lawson 3rd Place Mitchell Stackhouse Junior Meat sheep Judging State Final 1st place Tiffany Barton Kitchen 2nd Place Gabby Horton Best Trade Exhibit, ANZ Bank Perpetual Trophy Bluey Merino Exhibition Hall Prizes as follows Agriculture Vera Taylor Bern Scolyer Memorial Prize basket of vegetables Isobel Taylor Flowers Vera Taylor Preserves Isabelle Atkinson Mary Keach Memorial Prize Helen Peters Muirhead Memorial Prize Helen Peters Cookery Pip Cardno Rainbird Honey Prize Pip Cardno Photography Faye Beswick Needlework No award Hand Knitting Crochet Rachel Langiu June Calvert Perpetual Trophy Rachel Langiu Wool Prize Rachel Langiu Spinning Juliane Stanway Wearable felting article Rebecca Kissling Weaving Carol Anne Morrison Arts Crafts Barbara Price Committee Special Prize Susie Loane Man Cake David Cardno Joyce Paine Junior Prize Edward Pengilley Ross Wool Centre School Prize St Mary’s District High School Wood Chopping Women’s Underhand handicap 1st Place Amanda Beams 2nd Place Veronica Youd 3rd Place Nevanks Wooley Boys Underhand Handicap 1st Place Will Lovell 2nd Place Owen Lovell 3rd Place Mathew Mathers Junior Boys underhand 1st Place Lawson Lovell 2nd Place Toby Rowe 3rd Place Mitchell Rowe C Grade Standing Champion TAS Ag 1st Place Andrew Wooley 2nd Place Gerald Oakley 3rd Place Damien Rouse Womens Unhanded Handicap Campbell Town Butchery 1st Place Veronica Youd 2nd Place Amanda Beams 3rd Place Nevanka Woolley Hot Saw Championship Johnson Concrete and Landscape Supplies 1st Place Mathew Curr 2nd Place Tyson Rowe Veterans Standing Handicap 1st Place Stan Sainty 2nd Place Barry Muskett 3rd Place Garry Lovell Boys Standing Championship 1st Place Dylan Rowe 2nd Place Will Lovell 3rd Place Tyson Rowe Front Makers Handicap 1st Place Rowan Oakley 2nd Place Stephen Haines 3rd Place Andrew Halliday 250mm Shane Baker Memorial Standing Handicap 1st Place Garry Lovell 2nd Place Damien Rouse 3rd Place Matthew Mathers 275mm Standing Handicap Ross Progress 1st Place Wesley Forster 2nd Place Matthew Forster 3rd Place Andrew Salter 300mm Underhand Handicap Hansen Ag Services 1st Place Will Lovell 2nd Place Garry Lovell 3rd Place Stephen Haines A Grade Standing Champion Midland Tractors 1st Place Matthew Gurr 2nd Place Geoff Lovell 3rd Place Danny Arnol B Grade Standing Championship Armstrong Insurance 1st Place Nick Direen 2nd Place Brent Arnol 3rd Place Zack Beams Shearing Shearing Heats 1st Place Simon Darby 2nd Place Sam Byers 3rd Place Jack Glover State Shearing Final 1st Place Robbie Glover 2nd Place Greg Hazelwood 3rd Place Jamie Bryant Intermediate Shearing Final 1st Place Duncan White 2nd Place Simon Darby 3rd Place Nathan Pennicott Novice Shearing Final 1st Place Charles White 2nd Place Danny Sinclair Open Shearing Final 1st Place Robbie Glover 2nd Place Greg Hazelwood 3rd Place Brett Goode Senior Shearing Final 1st Place Sam Byers 2nd Place James Glover 3rd Place Jack Glover Novice Wool Handling Final 1st Place Tiff Collins 2nd Place Elly Burke 3rd Place Grace Pullen Smith Open Wool Handling Final 1st Place Kellie Hazell 2nd Place Shell Walker 3rd Place Mel Morris Senior Wool Handling Final 1st Place Petrisse Leckie 2nd Place Tiff Collins 3rd Place Rachel Saegenchnitter State Wool Handling Final 1st Place Kellie Hazell 2nd Place Mel Morris 3rd Place Shell WalkerMay 30 2018 4:12PM.