Throwback to May 2007 | MEGA GALLERY WIMMERA MAIL-TIMES PHOTOGRAPHERS19 May 2017, 11 a.m. Take a look back through at what was happening around the Wimmera in May 2007. Throwback to May 2007 | MEGA GALLERY Education Week, Horsham Special School Senior site. Leigh Marks and Hayden Bond in the gym Hailey Puls 3 from Horsham enjoys the sun and green grass in May Park in Horsham. Bianca Carter 3 with her mum May Hodgson from Ararat have a look at the scarecrow 'Madam Butterfly'. (LtoR) Xavier Chesterfield 11, Nicholas Caris 6, Jack Lang 11, Will Kennedy 5, Paige Lloyd 12 and Monique McTaggart 5. Grade 6 students pictured with their prep buddies doing some art work. St Michael's and St John's Primary School (LtoR) Melly Schmidt, Stephen Schier and Michael Mackley pictured hard at work picking the above average tomate crop at Karkarna. Mothers Day pic, Katrina Knox from Horsham with her daughter Abbie Bell 5. German Fest Emily Carll of Dimboola Horsham Saints player Gavin Kelm lands on his head after taking a mark. Horsham Saints U-17 Players Rory Taggert and Keegan Lannen muck about before footy practice. Shearing School at Longerenong. Chris Clark Education Week Preview. Horsham Special School (junior), Tyler Moncrieff, Tracee McAuliffe, Mark Sommerville takes some quiet time with stories Shearing School at Longerenong. Luke Insall, shearing instructors Bradley Bensch and John Eubergang, Daniel Goode right Shearing School at Longerenong. Daniel Goode, Tim Giles. Note the drought concert arm bands Anzac Day March Horsham College Wimmera River out at Riverside. Junior Soccer. Mitch Crocker tall guy in dark blue/ yellow, Ben Scott to his right in orange/yellow Junior Soccer Chris Warren HRCC Trainee Environment and Recreation, Braden Pritchett checks out the newly mulched green waste at Horsham Transfer Station with Mick Wainwright, Manager Haulaway Recyclers. Shearing School at Longerenong. House of rousies just before smoko. Farmhand of Longy Paul Walsh, Damien Gregor (behind), Daniel Goode Laura Hyslop 2 from Stawell plays among the flowers of the scarecrow 'Crowanthus Scaredium' during the Scarecrows in the Vineyard at Garden Gully Wines. Barry Thurlow. With Heart - from Zimbabwe ... working at Karkarna as a farm manager. Horsham Hornets player Mark Dorward tries to get around Melton player Adam Jellett. Edenhope Visitor Information Centre president John Langens gets some damper ready for the hungry visitors. Luke Turmine, Civil and Construction Traineeship with Miller Contractors. Jacob Casey 3.5yrs plays up for the camera.. Back (LtoR) Maria Boschen with 3 yr old Anneliese and Evelyn 2 weeks; Irene Brogan with Sarah 2.5yrs; Sandra Casey with Logan 13 mths. Members of the Horsham Group of the Australian Breast Feeding Association. Harrow Balmoral 97-98 Club and 97 League Best and Fairest Troy O'Callaghan with 97-98 club president Tom Houlihan and 97-98 coach Dale Hirst look at some of the clubs past achievements. Balloon style, Jasmine Shaw (2nd from Right) gets her balloon hat restyled. from left Bridget Russell from Halls Gap, Kyal Hutchins from Halls Gap, Jasmine Shaw from Horsham and Liam Russell from Halls Gap. Margaret and Neil Dumesny with some of the cards send by friends and family for their 50th Wedding Anniversary. Georgia Barnett and Becky Prouse from Horsham cheer on the Hornets. Still smiling, Grant Dumesny is still celebrating his hole in one on the Par 3 Hole 4 at the Pimpinio Golf Course on the weekend. Bennett Road Kindergarten can still take some more kids... (LtoR) Riley Dunlop 4, Colby Ledgar 5, Assistant Linda Black, Tahli Burford 4 and Ethan Cox 4 play with some Wimmera wheat. Horsham mum Karen Chugg gets a little bit of appreciation from her kids Lachlan Chugg 6 (left) and Emily Chugg 9 (right). Jayde Johnson 14, Carly Watkins 14, Jordan Parkinson 14, Brittney Phillips 16, Lana Whiteside 16, Zach Relouw 16, Christie Carracher 16, Alexandra Hawker 13, Rachael Dumesny 13 and Angela Plazzer 14. St Brigid's College Amnesty International, Candle Day group. Angela and Luke Carr debate who is the best driver. Out enjoying the day, Harper Stephens 1 from Great Western with dad Allistair Stephens. Sisters, Keeley 10 and Macey 7, Purdue; Horsham West Primary School Students walk to school. Horsham Saints player Sam Gabbe comes in as Stawell Warriors player Tom Newton gets rid of the ball Lolita Brain 5 works away. 298 prep students use the new laptops which the school has just purchased. Patrick Knott, 15. Plays for Horsham Saints. Lachie King in action during practice at the Tennis Courts at St Brigids College in Horsham. Gavin Morrow (grandpa) and Jarrod Morrow check out the wines at German FestPeter Hayes from Forty Winks with a parking spot that is being given away. Saints WA Michelle Gebert and United WD Brooke Carmody Wimmera River, Horsham. near bridge at Stawell Rd. Looking forward to a brighter year young farmers Peter Burge from St Arnaud, Anthony Patton from St Arnaud, Tim Polkinghorne from St Arnaud and Michael Tink from Kaniva (L to R) Horsham College year 11 student Leah Adams gets some help from Psychology Teacher Kellie McDonald in researching how women are portrayed in the Media for a talk on Body Image funded for by a grant. Saints WA Tarn McLachlan. Unsung Hero, Horsham Unitied trainer Ruth McCallum. TweetFacebook of ╳exitTake a look at the photos making news 10 years ago.PHOTO SALESImages taken by Wimmera Mail-Times photographers – including the images in this gallery – are available for purchase by calling 5362 0000.