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Businesses Ham It Up For BaconFest

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Kingaroy Raine & Horne won the Best Bacon Theme prize for their window display … Naomi Huskisson and Vickie Vels were quick to point out that boss Jackie Allery did most of the hard work!

August 17, 2019

The winners of the KCCI’s BaconFest window decoration competition were announced on Thursday after a long afternoon of judging in Kingaroy.

Just take a trot(ter) down Haly Street to check out the major prize winners.

Most Creative Pigtastic Window was won by Little Bit Lush with runner-up St John’s Lutheran School (the display is in the window at Stitches On Embroidery near the Busy Bee).

Best Bacon Theme window was won by Kingaroy Raine & Horne with runner-up Kingaroy Kindy at Global Engineering and Construction.

  • For more information about what’s happening and when at this year’s BaconFest (August 23-25), check out the Festival website

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The judges out and about on Thursday afternoon … from left, Snr Sgt Dave Tierney,  Jacqui Trace, Abigail Andersson and Kirstie Schumacher (Photo: The Martoo Review)

Kingaroy residents who want to get into a porcine mood ahead of next weekend’s pig event should check out the window displays at:

Alford Street

  • Elray Jewelers
  • Pursers Travel & Cruise
  • Deb Frecklington MP

Avoca Street

  • Dollars & Sense

Glendon Street

  • South Burnett Regional Council

Haly Street

  • Linard Floral & Bridal Centre
  • St John’s Lutheran School (at Stitches on Embroidery)
  • Waynes World
  • Studio J
  • Nae’s Beauty Clinic
  • Raine & Horne
  • Kay Apparel
  • SB Garage Doors
  • South Burnett Times
  • Little Bit Lush
  • Kingaroy Kindy (at Global Engineering & Construction)
  • Crowies Paints

Kingaroy Street

  • Burtons Shoes
  • Lifeline
  • Kingaroy Trendsetter
  • U Café & Grill (Utopia)
  • Kingaroy Discount Drug Store

Shoppingworld

  • The Little Butcher

A snippet from the prize-winning winning Kingaroy Raine & Horne display

This flying pig is hovering above the prize-winning display at A Little Bit Lush

St John’s Lutheran School took over a window at Stitches on Embroidery for their display

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One Response to Businesses Ham It Up For BaconFest

  1. Good Job

    Congratulations to all who have put in the hard yards and creating such great displays. Getting in the spirit … well done all.

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