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TAS Country : April 28th 2011
Friday, April 29, 2011 Tasmanian Country 11 2011 Calm combination of youth and experience BRUCE MOUNSTER BUSY: Kyle Robinson juggling three mobiles as Agfest chairman. ''HI, I'm Kyle Robinson and I'm here to help.'' No, that's not what Robinson says when he shows up at Quercus Park for Agfest 2011, but it sums up his role as immediate past chairman. Since he was superseded as chairman last year by Anthony Coad, Robinson's role has been to act as a sounding board for Coad and other executive committee members who run Agfest. Having shed the chairman's responsibili- ties means that he can be Mr Nice and the Relaxed Guidance Guy. ''I enjoy that. I like to help, being able to help the younger members,'' he said. That's not quite correct, because Robin- son is only 25 and there are lots of volunteers older than him, but few have had more Agfest experience. ''I've been around for 10 years,'' Robinson said. ''I was 15 when I started Rural Youth, it's the youngest you can join,'' he said. Robinson, who works for a harvesting contractor, became the youngest chairman Agfest so far at age 23. He said he would not have missed the experience and connections that came with the top job, but it was nice to have some spare time. His other responsibility is coordinating traffic and signs, ensuring that more than 60,000 patrons get a hassle-free park. ''In the past few years we have much tweaked it, everything flows well,'' he said. The days of Agfest traffic jams, where patrons were held up for as long as 20 minutes, are long gone. ''You'd be unlucky not to be in or out in five minutes,'' he said. ''We have three dedicated carparks for each corner of the state, North-West, South and the North.'' RKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W RKWEA TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W RKW ALLY WOR WO TALLY W RKW ALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WO TALLY W RKW TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WO TALLY W RKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WO TALLY W RK OR WORKWEAR TOTALLY W RK OR W YW RK ALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W TOTALLY W R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W TOTALLY W R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W TOTALLY W R TALLY WOR W TOTALLY W R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W TOTALLY W R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W TOTALLY W R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W TOTALLY W R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W TOTALLY W RK OR W LYW RK OR W LYW R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWE TALLY W R TALLY WORK TALLY W YW R TALLY WORK YW TALLY W R ALLY WORK YW TALLY W R ALLY WORK YW R TOTALLY W R TALLY WORK Y WORKWEAR TOTALLY W R TALLY WORK Y WORKWEAR TOTALLY W R TALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W RK OR W LYW RKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W RKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY WORKWEAR TOTALLY W WINTER JACKETS HOT PRICES ONLY AT AGFEST Thursday-Friday-Saturday Southern Habitat Men s & Ladies Soft Shell Jacket (Black) Women s Wollemi Tek Fleece Jacket Women s Dusk & Navy Kiama Tek Fleece Vest Men s Levi Stonewash Jeans King Gee Men s Tradie Pants Men s Drill Cargo Pants DNC TASMANIAN OWNED $3000 $2500 $6900 $3000 $4900 Zip Jacket Fleecy Sweat Windcheater Hoodie Gondwana Jacket $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $2000 $1000 Beanies Men s Blue Prospector Tek Fleece Hoodie Jacket $3000 TWW AGFEST ADDRESS: SITE CWA 03/05, CWA GROVE (TURN RIGHT THROUGH MAIN GATE) HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE HOT PRICE or2for $28 off! $6000 HOT PRICE $600 HOT PRICE
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