2021 Miss Showgirl Kyla Milne, South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto, Show Society president Craig Lucas and 2021 Rural Ambassador Rosh-Hannah De Caluwe at Kingaroy RSL Club on Friday night

April 16, 2021

Preparations are gearing up for the 2021 Kingaroy Show with the sashing of Miss Showgirl and the Rural Ambassador on Friday night.

South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto sashed the duo in a small ceremony at Kingaroy RSL Club.

The 2021 Miss Showgirl is Kyla Milne and the 2021 Rural Ambassador is Rosh-Hannah De Caluwe.

Kyla is a volunteer at the Kingaroy Showgrounds, while Rosh-Hannah is a bookkeeper.

This is Rosh-Hannah’s second attempt at the title … she was just beaten by her husband, Tim De Caluwe in 2017.

South Burnett National Show Society president / secretary Craig Lucas said the show program was being locked in.

Highlights so far include harness racing, mini-trots, lawn mower racing and midget racing cars as well as all the show favourites including wood-chopping, beef and dairy cattle, equestrian events, a dog show and sideshow alley.

The winner of the South Burnett Sub-Chamber Ute competition will also be announced.

Queensland Ag Shows general manager Trevor Beckingham OAM has been invited to do the official show opening at 1:30pm on the Saturday (May 1).

Fireworks will top off Day 1, while the Kingaroy Speedway will provide an exciting finish to Day 2.

The 114th Kingaroy Show will be held on May 1-2.

Eileen and John Kefford at the Kingaroy Show dinner on Friday night
John and Erin Milne, and Val Crawford, all from Kingaroy

Anderssons Fruit Market for quality fruits and vegetables

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