Sara is Miss Eidsvold for second year
EIDSVOLD paramedic Sara Cullen was selected Miss Showgirl for the second year running.
"I feel pretty honoured, it feels good," Miss Cullen said.
"I'm glad Eidsvold has let me come back again.
"I learnt so much throughout the year and I am looking forward to doing it again."
She said she was looking forward to representing Eidsvold at the show and at future Showgirl events.
"I'm Looking forward to the sub-chamber," she said.
"It was really fun last year and I'm more prepared this year for it."
Miss Cullen will not be able to run for Miss Showgirl in 2017, as she will be too old.
Eidsvold State School student Skye Pope was selected as the Junior Miss Showgirl.
"It feels good," Miss Pope said.
"I want to get more younger kids involved."
Rural ambassador Toby Hamilton also wants to see more young people involved in the show society.
"I want to try and promote that young people can run show events, it's not just only for the oldies," he said.
"Young people can go in and say hey we want to try this, all you have to do is turn up to a meeting and say listen I have a group of friends together, thinking of doing such and such and the show society will say go for it.
"They're very supportive in having young people involved in events such as team penning."