Apprentices at Tatura Hot Bread have taken out a number of awards at an industry event.
Tatura Hot Bread apprentices Chrystie Reardon and Danyel Dryden are justifiably proud of themselves, having taken out three awards each at the Bakery Associations of Australia Easter in the Fruit Bowl Awards held at Goulburn Ovens TAFE in Shepparton on February 23-24.
Adding to the excitement, Tatura Hot Bread bakers Jeff and John Alexander and Graeme Johnson managed to pick up a further 14 awards in various categories to earn the business the title of ‘Most Successful Trades Exhibitor’.
Exhibitors were restricted to one entry/class and one exhibitor/entry form, with NSW and Victorian judges undertaking the massive task of sorting out winners from 99 individual bakeries and 300 entries.
Tatura Hot Bread’s Glenda Alexander was full of praise for her staff, in particular the two young apprentices who were entering their first competition.
‘‘Chrystie has been with us for 12 months and Danyel for just three months,’’ she said. ‘‘They were very excited to win and we are rapt.’’
Mrs Alexander said the wins were a real team effort.
‘‘We are very proud of the team and all their hard work has paid off,’’ she said.
Jeff Alexander said the competition, in its fifth year, keeps growing and the standard was getting better each year.
Trainer Ian Dornauf has copped a $500 fine for his part in a controversial race at the Shepparton Harness Club meeting on Sunday.
The winning form continued for the Mulwala seniors against Deniliquin at Lonsdale Reserve on Saturday.
The Tatura Hospital and Parkvilla Aged Care Facility, part of Goulburn Valley Health, held its annual June Hospital Collection and Open Day on Sunday with a small crowd in attendance.
Murray and Campaspe shire have decided to withdraw membership from Committee for Echuca-Moama.
Rochester Motorsport Complex will host the third round of the Golden Power Series karting championships on the weekend.
Kyabram’s first tourism booklet is to be launched in late September.
Swans A-grade netballers notch win over Violet Town.
Berrigan and Jerilderie Shires will be in separate state electorates if boundary redistributions announced on Monday come in to effect.
Heathcote Health is finalising its service plan.
Barooga Sports Club chief executive officer Greg Ryan recently celebrated 30 years of service surrounded by friends, family and past and present staff.
Former AFL player Heath Black sent an inspiring message to Deniliquin youths last week.
Goulburn Valley fruit growers may face a battle against pests and diseases this season as growers hit by SPC Ardmona’s fruit cutbacks abandon their orchards or can’t find money to properly maintain them.
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