Bribbaree Show society recognises valuable members

Liam Hunter receives a Next Generation ribbon from Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke at Bribbaree Show on Saturday. Photo: Penny Le Poidevin
Liam Hunter receives a Next Generation ribbon from Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke at Bribbaree Show on Saturday. Photo: Penny Le Poidevin

Two young people who have helped make the Bribbaree Show possible have been recognised with an Agricultural Societies Council Next Generation ribbon.

Liam Hunter and Kate Murphy were presented the award from Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke at the show on Saturday afternoon.

Liam has been a steward in the produce section for a number of years and Kate contributes by assisting with office duties.

Treasurer Pat Potbury pictured on Saturday afternoon at the Bribbaree Show. Photo: Penny Le Poidevin

Treasurer Pat Potbury pictured on Saturday afternoon at the Bribbaree Show. Photo: Penny Le Poidevin

Secretary of the show Pat Potbury congratulated both of them.

"They're always there for clean up and set ups. They're really nice young people who want to see the show continue," Pat said.

Pat's husband Wayne Potbury received recognition as the newest life member of the Bribbaree Show Society.

Liam Hunter, Joe Murphy ASC delegate, Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke and Kate Murphy. Photo: Penny Le Poidevin

Liam Hunter, Joe Murphy ASC delegate, Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke and Kate Murphy. Photo: Penny Le Poidevin

This is an award that is presented each year.

Pat said he's been heavily involved in the past six years.

"He's the backbone behind it and does the heavy lifting," Pat said.

"He's a great handyman for us. On show day, without him, we wouldn't function," she added.