Talent of all varieties entertained 300-strong audience

STELLAR SUCCESS: Strathbogie Fast-Track finalists (top left) Isaiah Firebrace (second place), Liam Wilson (first place) and Hannah Magee (third place) with Fast-Track director Christine Collyer with (bottom left) two-time winner Australian Songwriter of the Year Frank Dixon, Strathbogie Shire deputy mayor Colleen Furlanetto, Maya Weiss (The Voice), Aydan Califiore (Australia’s Got Talent) and Fast-Track director Ben Brazil. PHOTO: Clair Dobie

A VENTRILOQUIST, dancers and singers were the point of order on Sunday, when the first Strathbogie FastTrack event took place at the Euroa Community Centre.

Up to 300 people attended the shire-first event, which saw the winner walk away with $2000 in prize money.

Euroa resident and Strathbogie Shire Council youth development officer Jared Tilton said participants’ ages ranged from as young as eight years to 70-80.

“It was actually insane and organised really well,” he said.

“People came from everywhere for this. I was blown away by the whole evening.”

He said heats started at 11.30am with the grand final taking place at 6.30pm, with himself making it through to the finals.

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