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The Catlins Inn Annual Speed Shear will be
held at the Catlins Inn on March 2 at 7pm.
There will be prizes for first, second and third
in the local, senior and open grades, and the
Tony Calder Trophy will also be up for grabs.
A live band will also play on the night.
The West Otago Theatrical Society will hold
synopsis and audition dates for its 2013 show,
A synopsis and BBQ event will be held on
Sunday, March 3, for people to hear about the
show and parts available.
Auditions will be held in the society's theatre
from 7.30pm till 9.30pm on March 6 and 7.
For more information call Carey Alderton on
leads to arrest
An intoxicated 16-year-old male was arrested
in Milton on February 23 after he threatened
violence to various people.
Senior Constable Tom Taylor said that when
arrested the youth became even more
aggressive, irrational idiotic'' and revealed he
had recently consumed the drug K2.
This behaviour was not uncommon for people
who had used that drug, Mr Taylor said.
Beach fun: Riders in the Tussock Creek Light Wagon Trail enjoy the beach at Kaka Point.
Photo: LAURA ROOZENDAAL 627672440
Hoedown rewards cavalcade
When: Saturday, March 2
Where: West Otago A&P Showgrounds/Tapanui Racecourse,
Who: Cavalcade riders and walkers will meet in Tapanui, where
there will be a grand parade, markets, entertainment and a
Entry: $5 adult, $2 school age, pre-schoolers free
Evening: Tickets for the hoedown are $25, cash or cheque only,
available from Hammer Hardware and Seasons in Tapanui, or call
Gloria on: 204 0846 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hoofprints mixed with
footprints on the beach at
About 70 horses rode along
the beach on Sunday during
the Tussock Creek Light
Wagon Trail, which is part of
the 2013 ''Panning the
Pomahaka'' Goldfields Caval-
cade to West Otago.
It is the second time in the
cavalcade's 22-year history
that a trail has been held in
Wrangler John Black said
Monday was the biggest day
for the Tussock Creek trail,
with the riders covering about
''Most days are around the
The trails will meet for a
grand parade, market,
entertainment, dinner and
hoedown in Tapanui on the
The day starts at 10am with
the market, while the New
Zealand Army Band will do
the first of several performan-
ces at 10.15am.
A grand parade will be held at
noon, and there will also be
dancing tractors, barrel rac-
ing, and market stalls during
In the evening there will be a
Hoedown Dance and Meal,
featuring Jodi Direen and the
West Otago Cavalcade 2013
committee secretary Gloria
McHutchon said preparations
were going really well.
''It is all under control and
getting exciting now.''
The highlight of the day
would be the grand parade of
riders, she said.
''The parade is what it's all
based on, when all the riders
come in together.
''The New Zealand Army
band will be extra special.''
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