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Social night out for young people in dairy industry

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December 13, 2017

Walbundrie identical twins Chris and Justin Nelson will perform at the Murray Dairy’s Young Dairy Network end of year celebrations.

Murray Dairy’s Young Dairy Network is hosting its annual end of year celebration in Yarrawonga this year back where the event first originated at the Yarrawonga Yacht Club at 7pm on Friday, December 15.

This social occasion looks to bring together young farmers, dairy employees and the dairy service sector from across the entire Murray Dairy region to network, meet new people and enjoy a social night out with others from the industry to finish off the year.
The Nelson Twins, one of the most unique stand-up comedy acts will be entertaining guests with their quirky sense of humour.
The brothers from Walbundrie have frequented TV screens across Australia starring on Australia’s Got Talent, The Footy Show, Before the Game and The Project to name a few.
In addition to The Nelson Twins, Brendelle a two-piece acoustic band will continue the entertainment into the night for guests in attendance.
Murray Dairy Young Dairy Network Coordinator Sarah Thompson said social events like this are equally as important as the technical workshops the organisation runs.
“The Murray Dairy Young Dairy Network provides learning, development and social opportunities for the younger generation of dairy farmers, employees and service providers within the region,” Sarah said.
“It is imperative that young people in dairy have support networks within the industry and their local area.
Over the past few years we have seen the dairy industry face significant challenges so events like this allow people to immerse themselves in a different environment with new people and form a range of connections for the future.”
The event is open to anyone working within the dairy industry and often attracts over 70 people from across northern Victoria and southern New South Wales.
For more information or to RSVP contact Sarah Thompson, YDN Coordinator on 0418 884 621 or email [email protected]

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