Tuesday, 24 October 2017
STUDENT HELP... MAKAHbiz students and MADEC business administration officer trainer Bev Prestwich pledge to purchase a fundraising brick for the new Kadina showground entrance with Kadina AH&F Society president Maxine Tully and secretary Ruth Mildwaters. Back: Carlos Hernandez, Corey Nates, Rhylan Stevens, Hayley Loechel, Cade Pomery, Elle McKenzie, Georgia Voigt, Katelyn Olsen; front: Ben Dunk, Monique Sandercock, Maxine, Nikita Patrick, Ruth, Carmina Moya and Bev. (Absent: Brock Kneebone, Bodie Weltman, Kaevyne Treloar, Olivia Coad.) STUDENT HELP... MAKAHbiz students and MADEC business administration officer trainer Bev Prestwich pledge to purchase a fundraising brick for the new Kadina showground entrance with Kadina AH&F Society president Maxine Tully and secretary Ruth Mildwaters. Back: Carlos Hernandez, Corey Nates, Rhylan Stevens, Hayley Loechel, Cade Pomery, Elle McKenzie, Georgia Voigt, Katelyn Olsen; front: Ben Dunk, Monique Sandercock, Maxine, Nikita Patrick, Ruth, Carmina Moya and Bev. (Absent: Brock Kneebone, Bodie Weltman, Kaevyne Treloar, Olivia Coad.)

Students continue to support show society

A GROUP of business studies students has been working hard in preparation for this year’s Kadina Show, Saturday and Sunday, August 19-20.

Each year the MAKAHbiz students have increased their involvement with the show society, and this year is no exception.

“We’ve been working with the society members since about April and helped with the show ’n’ shine as well as sent out letters to all the schools, kindies and preschools about the categories,” MADEC business administration officer trainer Bev Prestwich said.

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