June 27, 2012
Graham House Community Centre at Murgon is definitely “committed to the community” so it seems fitting that their major fundraising campdraft to be held next month is also bearing this name.
The “Committed To Community Campdraft” will be held at the Proston Showgrounds on July 7-8, however the fun kicks off the Friday night before with local country singer Amber Goldsmith providing live entertainment.
Organisers are inviting everyone to come along and support Graham House and help raise funds to support the group’s out-of-area medical transport service.
There will be free camping over the weekend – and free admission to watch the campdraft.
Campdraft nominations close on Friday this week (June 29). Nominations can be submitted via Campdraft Central.
Friday July 6
Amber Goldsmith live on stage
Gold coin sausage sizzle
Bar open and raffles
Saturday July 7
7:00am – Campdraft begins:
- Robert Tilley Saddlery Maiden Campdraft – total prize money $1500 + handcrafted whip valued at $300
- Greg Cruice Saddles Novice Campdraft – total prize money $3000 + saddle valued at $4000
Noon – Presentation of new vehicle to Graham House by the Bendigo Bank
Night – Stallion service fee auction plus live entertainment by the band “Golden Child”
Hot meals available and bar will be open
Sunday July 8
7:00am– Campdraft Continues:
- Burnett Fabrication and Gravel Juvenile Campdraft – total prize money $300 + trophy
- Circle L Saddles Encouragement Campdraft – total prize money $500 + handcrafted bridle and breastplate valued at $500
Followed by presentation of trophies
Food / refreshments available and bar open