The 2015 2BS Bathurst Region Citizen of the Year is Abercrombie House owner Christopher Morgan. An historian and anthropologist, Mr Morgan has played a significant role in proclamation day celebrations for over a decade and has won the 2BS Citizen of the Month award on many occasions. He looks forward to bicentenary celebrations in 2015, saying it’s a valuable time to reflect on the kind of community Bathurst is into the future.
Last week folks from 2BS and B-Rock took on the Bathurst High School girls at a friendly game of basketball where they violently pummeled us 47-26. The only resistance we offered was from BHS alum Rachel Murray who is on break from her college team in California. The school raised around $800 for charity on the day.
Shoot an email through to firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo of your beard-ly visage in all its glory, plus your name, to enter the competition. All entries will appear on the Bathurst Best Beard’s Facebook page. The beard with the MOST LIKES by the 29th of March 2015 wins an amazing prize, out of the seven highest LIKES that go through to final judging. The Beard of the Week will appear in the Western Advocate until judging.
Check out these incredible categories, judged by an all-girl panel:
- BEST GINGER
- BEST GREY
- BEST DESIGNER BEARD
- BEST SHORT BEARD
The 8 beards judged best overall go through as finalists, along with the 7 highest Facebook likes. All 15 finalists will then find as many beard sponsors as they can to raise much dollars for the 2015 2BS Bathurst Lions Club Christmas Miracle appeal.
All 15 finalists will be judged at the Illumination & Street Festival in King’s Parade on 9th May 2015, including Bathurst’s Best Beard, People’s Choice and Most money raised.
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In the lead-up to Christmas, Federal Member for Calare, John Cobb, is encouraging locals to shop small. You can vote for your favourite local businesses on the Caring for Calare Facebook and show your community some love!