Christie Arthur enjoyed the experience of participating in the 2018 Kiama Showgirl competition so much she has taken on the role of its coordinator for this year.
“It is a cliche, but the Showgirl competition has given me confidence,” she says.
“I can honestly say to others that as a Showgirl you will learn and grow and will be shown the difference you can make within the community.”
Under her leadership, she wants the competition to be more relatable and accessible for the young women in the local area this year, and is delighted with the two women who have entered the competition so far.
Sarah Young has the Kiama Show in her blood, and as the 2018 Young Citizen of the Year for Kiama, Sarah (right in picture) has already proved a passion for giving back in many ways. She is currently completing her Bachelor of Primary Education, and dreams of becoming an author, educator and speaker.
Bridget Wall has wanted to be a Showgirl for as long as she can remember. She wants to give back to the community and she sees the Showgirl competition as the perfect platform for her to do so. Currently working and studying as a Vet Nurse, Bridget hopes to further her study to become a
The winner will be announced at the 2019 Show.