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Nuriootpa’s Maycen Zerna, aged 5 enjoying the Angaston Show on Saturday.
Three year old Declan Readle, of Nuriootpa having his face
painted by Rebekah Bianca at the Angaston Show.
Joshua Van Dissel, of Springton placed first in two junior photographic categories at this year’s Angaston Show.
ANGASTON SHOW RESULTS
It was great to see a good selection of flowers this
year which makes for a good competition. Betty
Reynolds received a sash for champion cut flower
and Mary Frick won the champion rose exhibit.
Overall most successful exhibitor – Mary Frick:
Sharyn Perrin was most successful exhibitor in
classes 7-25; and Betty Reynolds for classes 26-45.
Other exhibitors were Rosie Sherwood, Kaylene
Kalleske, K & E Linke, and B Warnest.
Pre-schoolers who entered in the Lego class
were 1st - Timothy Van Dissel; 2nd Bree Miller.
Reception-Year 2, 1st in Lego was Angela Linke,
2nd William Linke, 3rd Michael Scanlon. Jack
Hearnden won 1st for Collection; and William
Linke 1st for Any Article not specified. Years 3-5
group, prize winners were Stephanie Burgemeister,
Koby Rosenzweig, Hayley Henke, Jessie Mauer,
Mitchell Parks, Joshua Van Dissel. Lego prize
winners were 1st – Tom Blenkiron, 2nd – Brooke
Hearnden, 3rd – Joanna Linke. Years 6-7 winners
were Lucy Blenkiron and Hayden Burgemeister.
Year 8-12 High School students was poorly
represented. Only Erin Schutz exhibited.
HANDICRAFTS – DIVISIONS 1-9
Margaret Pfeiffer’s stump work exhibit was
Best Overall exhibit. Denise Frahn was most
successful for patchwork and quilting division,
Eunice Van Emden for machine embroidery.
Hand embroidery equal first was Wendy Koch
and Yvonne Phillips. Kath Reimann was most
successful for hand knitting and crochet division.
First prize winners in classes were Dagmar
Preusker, Helen Zeunert, Stephanie Hueppauff,
Hedy Stanley, Veronica Albrecht, Kathy Emms,
Kaylene Kalleske, Annette Koch, Melissa
Kraehenbuhl. Peter Cooper was most successful
in division 8 for wood/metal/plastic crafts. Myrtle
Pfitzner was the only exhibitor in the aged care
Adele Ray’s “Bush Magic” won the People’s
Choice prize. This is the second year that this has
been included in this section. Adele Ray was the
most successful exhibitor, and won trophy for Best
Floral Art exhibit. Other exhibitors were Rosie
Sherwood. Joy Dittrich, Samantha Neumann,
Christine Hausler and Liz Jaeschke.
Emily Knights was the most successful exhibitor
in the Junior Floral Art classes. Other girls
entering these classes were Madison Sherwood
and Joanna Linke.
Clarice Williams judged the pot plant section
and is hoping for a better variety next year. What
was there was good even with the hot weather
conditions. Brian Sitters won for the champion
plant and Annette Koch for most colourful display
in a hanging basket or pot. Kaylene Kalleske won
1st prize in succulent class.
Neville and Elizabeth Jaeschke competed with
Graham Heinrich. Grand champion dahlia was
won by G. Heinrich, also for Best Bloom, champion
cactus, champion dec: N & E Jaeschke won champion
any other type and they were the only exhibitor for
the class #1 Championship.
JUNIOR HOME PRODUCE
Most successful exhibitors:
Secondary Years classes – Molly Rogers; Primary
Joshua Steicke: Pre-School -Primary
years R-3 – Madison Sherwood.
Other exhibitors were Jessie Maurer, Laura
Dittrich, Akaysha Morgan, Hayden Burgemeister,
Edward Barlow, Daisy Barlow, Isla Barlow and
Preserved fruit was out-standing and the
lemon curd was a ‘dream’. Men’s classes were
well contested. Anything with tomatoes showed
excellent flavour and colour. All jams showed
beautiful fruit and flavour.
Most successful exhibitor was Denise Frahn,
and Lyle Frahn for the men’s classes.
Other exhibitors were Marieka Ashmore,
Jennifer Edwards, Margaret Klemm, Samantha
Neumann, Sally Fennessy, Elaine Obst, Grace
Kroehn, Peter Barber, Natalie Mudge, Betty
Reynolds, Peter Morgan, Peter Barratt, Peter
Aldridge, Fiona Hampel, Elspeth Morgan, Kaylene
This section was previously known as Dairy
Produce. Sally Fennessy was the most successful
exhibitor in classes 1-5 for eggs. It is great to see
eggs not only displayed in egg cartons but in other
containers with some straw.
Melva Ruediger took the trophy for the honey
classes and the Kernich Family for milk, butter
Other exhibitors for this section were Margaret
Klemm, Imelda Carson, Robert Lowke, Grace
Kroehn, Marieka Ashmore, Emily Kroschel, Erica
Kernich, Paula Menzel and Ben O’Dowd.
Bruce and Lorna Doecke did a magnificent display
for Collection of vineyard, orchard and kitchen
garden fruit and nuts. It is always a pleasure to
admire this display. Ricky and Rosemary Steicke
were most successful exhibitor for classes to 2-38
and the Doecke family won the champion exhibit.
First prize winners in other classes were the
Grossman Family, K & E Linke, Jennifer Edwards.
Quality of displays was of good standard. Thanks
to exhibitors for their efforts! The Grossman Family
won trophy for Best Exhibit. Biggest Pumpkin –
Trevor Thomas, 2nd biggest pumpkin – Jennifer
Edwards. Grossman Family displayed their
vegetables for Collection of Vegetables. Other class
prize winners were K & E Linke, R & R Steicke,
Jennifer Edwards, Karen Knights, Imelda Carson.
Champion exhibit in Junior Cookery – Laura
Dittrich who received a sash from Christene Keller.
Most successful exhibitors were Bree Miller
in Pre-School; Bradley Phillips, Primary years,
Reception-year 2; Caitlin Rehn, years 3-5; Cassie
Fechner, years 6-7.
Other exhibitors were Felix Herring-Morgan,
Harper Kendle, Joanna Linke, Tom Blenkiron,
William Miller, Rohan Miller, Jessie Maurer, Piper
Kendle,Charlie Obst, Chelsea Scholz, Bethany Kate
Phillips, Liam White, Zehta Herring-Morgan, Lucy
Blenkiron, Ella Obst and Jessica Gobell.
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