May 29 2014 - 5:43PM May in the Wimmera | Photos MAIL-TIMES PHOTOGRAPHERSLocal NewsfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments May in the Wimmera | Photos Laharum Primary School students Isabelle Uebergang, 5, and Shay Stein, 5, work in the vegetable garden at the school.Laharum Primary School students Ava Knight, 7, Selena Winﬁeld, 7, and Arwyn McInnes, 7, look at plants in a sustainability session at the school.Felicity Bond models at Wimmera Base Hospital Ladies Auxiliary’s fashion parade.Clint Midgley and Matt Jones during Wimmera interleague training.Liam Albrecht, Paddy Knott and Lachie Exell at Wimmera interleague training.Horsham Regional Art Gallery curator Alison Eggleton and director Adam Harding prepare a ew exhibition.Stawell tourist Keith Gray, Jeparit mail delivery worker Peter Blanch, Jeparit Leading Senior Constable Graham Blair, Jeparit Ambulance Victoria ﬁrst respondent vehicle driver Alicia Rosewell and angry Jeparit residents contemplate having no access to fuel after Landmark unexpectedly closed its doors.Amelia Crafter prepares for her first Mother's Day with twin sons Henry, left, and Charlie.Melissa Hoffmann and her daughter Eadie Papst celebrate Mother's Day together.Melissa Hoffmann and her daughter Eadie Papst celebrate Mother's Day together.Riley Kennedy, 12, with his competition-winning Lego creation.Nhill's Marli Clark passes the ball in a match against Stawell.Nhill's Stephanie Jones in action against Stawell.Laharum's Zack Price tackles Swifts' Nicholas Pickering.Melbourne's Narelle Bell, Sue Stonier, Pat McCallun, Andrea Macdonald and Mary Parrott at the Grampians Grape Escape.Frank Creasey, Glenn Price and Barry Dunn won at the Croquet Regional Championships and hand over the winning shield to president Kevin Geyer.Riley Wilde, 9, Joyce Wilde and Simone Stewart enjoy a Horsham Primary School Mother's Day lunch.Emily Armstrong with nana Dorothy Armstrong at the Holy Trinity Lutheran School Mother's Day lunch.Senior Constable Stewart Howarth helps people prepare their vehicles for the wet weather ahead.Seth Foster at Horsham Primary School's sports day.Adrian King’s SMS Rural business will sell petrol in Jeparit after Landmark unexpectedly closed its doors.Bill Ower has received life membership of the National Party.A car after it was stolen and crashed in Urquhart Street, Horsham.Leeanne Nuske and Andrea Monaghan will trek in Spain to raise money for Eventide Home in Stawell.Sammy-Jo Molley spends time with her two children Cheston, seven months, and Indi-Rose, 2, along with Wimmera Uniting Care Young Parents Group facilitator Lauren Ellis. Horsham mother of three Simone O’Brien hopes speaking out about an horriﬁc attack at the hands of an ex-partner who beat her with a baseball bat and left her for dead will help other women. Horsham College's Bella Patterson and Tiarni Robertson battle against Marian College's Lilly Dowling during girls footy.Horsham College's Isabella Goudie tackles Marian College's Tayla Borrelli during girls footy.Horsham College's Ella Motton and Marian Collge's Ayesha Nicholson at girls footy.Lyn Errington and a contingent of Horsham women head to the MCG for the AFL's Field of Women match between Melbourne and Western Bulldogs.Yanac Tigers' Shaun Alexander and Nhill Rangers' Tim Braendler do battle in the Wimmera Hockey Association competition.Rupanyup goal attack Julia Nicholson gets close attention from Swifts' Mel Beal.Stawell's Jarrod Illig marks in front of Warrack Eagles' Jarred Martin.Stawell's Andrew Cameron marks strongly.Julie Blake with her niece Harlee Smith at Mother's Day Classic in Horsham.Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty warms up at Mother's Day Classic in Horsham.Eliza Tickner, Matisse Diwell and Claudia Lanyon at the Mother's Day Classic in Horsham.Garry and Julie Newman are getting their lives back on track after the Grampians fire.Garry and Julie Newman are getting their lives back on track after the Grampians fire.Kate Stephens, Des Lardner and Gemma Chaplin prepare for Cory's Family Fun Day Out.Cory’s Family Fun Day Out organiser Gemma Chaplin prepares for the festivities.Horsham's Marj Stewart turned 103 on May 16.Kyla Lawes and Molly Parfett-Oliver get ready for a Nexus flouro party.Teagan Jarred and Shanae Thomas rehearse for a Youth Alive concert in June.St Brigid's College's Romy Hoffmeir in front of Dimboola during school senior netball.Horsham's Gwen Erhardt during the Helloworld Classic Ladies golf tournament.Horsham's Cheryl Breuer at the Helloworld Classic Ladies golf tournament.Isabella Rabl and Sharmaine Mackley at Horsham West Primary School.Horsham's Olivia Taylor, 3, and Mahlie Tepper, 3, enjoy playing at Horsham Botanic GardensHorsham's Millah Lawes, 5, makes the most of the autumn weather at the weir at the Wimmera River.Birchip Cropping Group research ofﬁcer James Murray and livestock co-ordinator Dannielle McMillan sow wheat and barley at the group’s Horsham trial site.Dimboola Primary School students Macey Laverty, 10, and Emily Gartlan, 11, make a vegetable quesadilla during a Dimboola ‘food revolution’.Ararat's Tyler Cronin and Horsham's Simon Hobbs fight for the ball.Natimuk United's Jonathon Hornsby and Pimpinio's James Wills.Natimuk United's Kirby Knight and Pimpinio's Grace Wooster in HNFNL action.From left, Tessa Leach, 9, Lucy Thomas, 8, and Sarah Bennett, 9, from the 1st Rainbow Cub Scouts give it their best shot during billy cart races.4th Horsham Cub Scout member Alice Murray, 9, holds on tight at the District Cubs Billy Cart Races at Dimboola.Horsham's Estelle Tomlin, 4 months, and Ruby Parish, 3, at Cory's Family Fun Day Out.Creswick's Will Polak and Horsham Falcon Lachlan Rowan during the division three match.Horsham Falcon Kenneth Iroegbulam controls the ball in front of Creswick's Eric Yan.Horsham woman Noreen King and her husband drove back from a weekend in South Australia to attend Horsham Red Cross Unit’s centenary celebrations to honour her mother. The uniform beside her belonged to her mother, Esther ‘Pat’ Collins, who joined the Horsham unit in the 1940s.Velvet Ark owner Marg Hammond and Galleries on the Side artist and co-ordinator Marion Matthews will collaborate to exhibit art in the shop’s window during Horsham’s Art is... festival.John Deckert tries out a Avro Anson flight simulator at the Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre.Rob Lynch and Mick Kingwill with the Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre's Avro Anson.Blind equestrian Chris Hall with former racehorse Heavenly Pun. The pair is preparing to compete at the Riding for the Disabled championships.Ss Michael and John's Primary School prep Olivia Macchia, 6, is dressed up as an elephant for National Simultaneous Storytime Day.Horsham's Beth Johnson and Heather James at the Meritum Biggest Morning Tea.Aiden Van Der Westhuizen-Spiller, John Officer and Jett Hopper at Horsham West Primary School's open day during Education Week.Joan Collins helps Baylee Miller with a dress at Horsham Cancer Council's Biggest Morning Tea. Joan showed many of her designs at the tea.Beryl Lampard helps at Horsham Cancer Council's Biggest Morning Tea.Wimmera Mail-Times veteran Keith Lockwood announces he will retire later this year.Horsham College year nine students Louise Crouch, Emily Olston, Hayley Mills and Tiana Eldridge walk to raise money for Wimmera Against Cancer in KidsHorsham's Tracie Johnson searches through the stacks of books at the Horsham College book fair.Wimmera league's Jake Peters is tackled high by North Central's Danny Benaim.Wimmera league's Beau Cosson handballs in the team's interleague match against North Central Football League.Wimmera Football League's Nick Pekin, Justin Chilver and Beau Cosson swoop on the ball during the team's interleague match against North Central Football League.Wimmera's Kate Burton guards North Central's Georgia Duncan.Heathcote District's Ryan Hosking tackled by Horsham District's Daniel Easson and Josh Mibus.Horsham District's Anthony Close.Les Power with auction items at the Lights and Sirens Ball in Horsham.Bek Harvey, Peter Mellington and Louise Grant at the Lights and Sirens Ball in Horsham.Laura Pouliot, 5, at Creekside Food Fest in Warracknabeal.John Butcher, Alan Oulton and Kerry Oulton at Creekside Food Fest in Warracknabeal.Tori Phelan, 11, and Annabelle Bennett, 6, at Creekside Food Fest in Warracknabeal.Andrew Blizzard works on a Plesiosaur for the Art is... Museum of Lands Past.Horsham’s Don Johns will receive an honorary doctorate from Federation University in recognition of Mr Johns’ involvement with a number of community groups, and also his service as a former businessman, mayor and councillor.Department of Education and Early Childhood Development's Nola Illin and ConnectEd's Meran Jackson in front of a new mural at Horsham College, painted in time for Reconciliaton Week.William Koch at a Museum Victoria Outreach Program at Natimuk Road Kindergarten.Autumn descends upon the Wimmera.The autumn weather hits Horsham.Our Lady Help of Christians School's Kayla Birch, Ss Michael and John's Primary School's Rylee Hateley and St Brigid's College's Kayetlan Harris celebrate Catholic Education Week together in Horsham.D'Coco Hair Studio hairdresser Steph Meyer celebrates coming second in a bridal hair design competition in Melbourne.Wimmera soccer player Jason Wilksch will head to the US in July to take up a four-year scholarship at the Southwestern Christian University in Oklahoma.Horsham Art Gallery director Adam Harding adjusts a projection instalment in Firebrace Street, Horsham, for the Art is... festivalFormer Horsham Mayor and businessman Don Johns receives an honorary doctorate at the Federation University graduation ceremony.Dog Mango with owner Sarah Parker and foster carers Betty and Bob Smith.TweetFacebook of May in the WimmeraTAKE a look at the action from May with our mega gallery.Recognise anyone in the photos? 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