Body-building award in Rocklands

2015-07-14 06:00
Mr and Miss Farnese 2015
Women and men are invited to enter this year’s Mr and Miss Farnese body-building competition at Cedar High School on Saturday where Tatum Burrows (above) will be strutting her stuff.

Mr and Miss Farnese 2015 Women and men are invited to enter this year’s Mr and Miss Farnese body-building competition at Cedar High School on Saturday where Tatum Burrows (above) will be strutting her stuff.

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This year’s Mr and Miss Farnese competition takes place at Cedar High School on Saturday.

The competition is open to men and women, with registration starting at 09:00. Pre-judging for the event takes place at 10:00, with the main show starting at 18:00. Entrants must be at least 16 years old. Entry fee for juniors is R40, seniors R50. The overall men’s winner is set to win R1000 in cash.

Adult spectators will be charged R40 at the door, while children under the age of 12 will be charged R20. V

For more information contact Nicholas Pugin on 061 0816 334.

This year’s Mr and Miss Farnese competition takes place at Cedar High School on Saturday.

The competition is open to men and women, with registration starting at 09:00. Pre-judging for the event takes place at 10:00, with the main show starting at 18:00. Entrants must be at least 16 years old. Entry fee for juniors is R40, seniors R50. The overall men’s winner is set to win R1000 in cash.

Adult spectators will be charged R40 at the door, while children under the age of 12 will be charged R20. V

For more information contact Nicholas Pugin on 061 0816 334.


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