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Youth of Strathbogie strut their stuff at 2017 Showcase

Friday, 22 December, 2017

Evolve Youth Committee finished the year with a bang, celebrating their annual Showcase Event on Wednesday 13 December.

The Showcase was an opportunity for the group to present to Council and the local community about their achievements for the year.

The committee meet on a weekly basis to discuss, plan and manage events, catering to the diverse interests of youth in the community.

This year they were involved in a number of huge local events including FastTrack Talent Show, MusoMagic, Nagambie on Water Festival and Euroa Show and Shine.

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Fast Track Talent Show

Saturday, 8 April, 2017

Performers came from far and wide to the Strathbogie Shire to participate in the Fast Track Talent Show held on Saturday 8th April 2017.

The event was supported by the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments as a part of the National Youth Week, which was held from 31 March to 9 April 2017. Fast Track was planned and managed by the EVOLVE Youth Committee.

After attending an intensive performance workshop in the afternoon, almost 20 acts from as far as Sydney sang, danced and balanced their way through the grand concert, which was held from 7pm at the Euroa Community Cinema.

Overall, the winners were as follows:

3rd Place - Zac Spalding

2nd Place - Ivory Oakely

1st Place - Eliza Spalding

The Special Award winners were Ely Reid (a nine-year old talented Acapella singer from Avenel), Ava Loureke, Emily Hooper and Georgina Ulrich.

A wide range of young talent was particularly shown over the weekend, with EVOLVE Youth of Strathbogie rubbing shoulders with industry professionals.

A special thanks go to KAW Entertainment Services for providing the lighting and sound.




Evolve making children smile on McHappy Day Oct 17th 2015

Local and interstate children got their faces painted and were transformed into superheroes, butterflies and even one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at Euroa’s McHappy Day on Saturday.

Strathbogie Shire Council’s Evolve Youth Committee were on hand at McDonald’s Euroa to face-paint and make balloon animals, help children with colouring in and tell jokes, raising money for Ronald McDonald House charities.

There were a lot of children, big and small, from all over Australia who interacted with the Evolve committee including locals and some from as far away as Queensland.

Evolve’s next community event sees members volunteering at the Euroa Kindergarten Family Fun Day on Melbourne Cup Day (November 3) at the Euroa Memorial Oval.

If there is anyone interested in finding out more about Evolve or joining the committee, please call Inga Weber on 5795-0092.

Meetings are held at 4pm every Monday at the Community Development Office at Strathbogie Shire Council, corner of Bury and Binney Streets, Euroa.


National Show and Shine Oct 4th 2015

A BMX display, a wide range of music and the public launch of a brand new logo were some of the highlights of the EVOLVE Youth of Strathbogie’s work at last week’s Australian National Euroa Show and Shine.

Part of the state government’s Freeza program, Strathbogie Shire Council’s youth committee facilitated two staged areas (music and a BMX/skate and scooter demonstration) at the Euroa Skate Park on Kirkland Avenue.

Malachi Wild, the MC for the day, introduced local talent including emerging artist Arinthia, Evolve Youth member Jared Tilton and special guest and The X Factor contestant Anthony Lucas, who braved the hot weather to belt out some power ballads.

Read more: Launch of EVOLVE


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