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Oaks Day our way

Ladies fashion to the fore in Seymour and Nagambie.

CHALPAT SONTI November 14, 2012 4:33am

Having a great time at the Seymour Oaks Day function were Phyllis Wolfe, Lisa Pollard, Robyn Hyland, Diane Dickson, Pat Hanley, Rachael Quillinan, Mary Plieger and Sharon Hockley.

Best Dressed awarded to Janine Lincoln (centre) and joint runner-up Rebecca McKenzie and Barb Scott.

The Thursday after the Melbourne Cup is not only Ladies Day at Flemington, but in our region too.

Ladies decked out in their finery flocked to Oaks Day functions in Seymour and Nagambie last week.

Oaks Day functions Seymour Nagambie

There was plenty of colour and fun at the Seymour Oaks Day function.

About 110 were at Seymour racecourse for the annual fundraiser for the Cancer Council.

Mitchell Shire council chief executive Rebecca McKenzie even finished runner-up in the best dressed competition along with Barb Scott.

Oaks Day functions Seymour Nagambie

The Nagambie Oaks Day function was a hive of colour.

The contest was won by Janine Lincoln.

Sabrina Watson won the Sassy Shoes, Yea Tennis Club had the best dressed table and Jill Keeffe won first prize in the raffle and Sharon Deacon second.

New Strathbogie mayor Deb Swan was among about 60 people (including two men) at the Nagambie fundraiser at St Joseph’s School.

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