GALLERY: The week that was in the central west By FAIRFAX MEDIA March 21, 2014, 5 a.m. Photographs from across your region from the past seven days GALLERY: The week that was in the central west CANOWINDRA: With honey tendrils tangled in her tiara, eight-year-old Kaelyn Coker from Panuara is following her dream of one day becoming Miss Universe halfway across the world.COWRA: The inaugural Festival Fun Run has been deemed a runaway success by its organisers. Elisabeth Hall gears up for the start of her event.ORANGE: FOR triathletes, Jordan Emerson, Jack Parr and Max Stewart make an interesting trio. Emerson doesn’t own a bike, while Parr “isn’t built for running”. Throw in Stewart, who’s not overly fond of water, and this James Sheahan Catholic High School bunch are happy to joke about their lack of ability.BLAYNEY: The inaugural Textures of One exhibition will light up the Blayney Shire Community Centre this Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm with 32 artworks on display.ORANGE: KINROSS Wolaroi School students threw themselves behind the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave on Wednesday, hosting their own Shave for a Cure.MILLAMOLONG: Sunrise’s James Tobin and cameraman Mark Wilkinson broadcast the TV show’s weather live from the Millamolong John Davis Polo Carnival on Saturday. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0315polo4ORANGE: Susan, Kennedy and Nikita Mitchell want more care taken with graveside mementoes. Photos: STEVE GOSCH 0317sgcemetary3GRENFELL: Every year thousands of people are sponsored to shave, colour or wax their hair to help people with blood cancer - it’s the most fun for the greatest cause.COWRA: After growing up in Tottenham and finishing high school in Bathurst, new podiatrist at the Cowra Medical Centre, Kate Stonestreet always knew she would return to the Central West.ORANGE: A winner on many fronts at the Autumn Flower Show, the Orange District Horticulture Association president Bob Smith with his tuberous begonia. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0318flowershow2ORANGE: Students (from left) Beau Bollinger, Wendy OuYang, Ruby Bennett, Ancilin Alson, Darcy Kelly and Charlene Bilal represent the increasingly diverse cultural backgrounds at Catherine McAuley Catholic Primary School. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0319culture1ORANGE: Forensic police spent Wednesday examining the scene of a house fire in Clinton Street after initial investigations determined the fire may have been deliberately lit.COWRA: A new Festival of International Understanding Youth Ambassador will join fifty years of tradition and community representation.BLAYNEY: The Blayney Bears travelled south to Warilla for trial matches last weekend. The under 18s had their first win for the season against Warilla Gorillas, four tries to three.CANOWINDRA: St Edward's year six school leaders are heading to Sydney's Entertainment Centre at the end of the month to attend a leadership day.MOLONG: Judge Phillip Swain indicates that the sheep are succesfully in the pen at the end of a sheepdog trial at the state championships. Photo: MARK LOGAN 0319mlsheepdog4BATHURST: Artworks owned by Bathurst Regional Council should be taken out of storage and put to better use, says councillor Jess Jennings. Photo PHILL MURRAY 031314pjessBATHURST: Steel beams are being installed to support the walls of St Barnabas’ Anglican Church, which was gutted in a blaze last month.BATHURST: Super Ks Kara and Kyal Demmrich from Channel 9’s The Block Fans Versus Faves popped in to Petrie’s Mitre 10 yesterday morning to meet with fans. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 031614cblockBATHURST: The cygnets living in Bathurst's Machattie Park are growing up fast but are still a big hit.BATHURST: The race is on for 28 chickens at All Saints’ and St Stanislaus’ colleges to put on as much weight as possible in a six-week period as part of the Sydney Royal Easter Show’s meat bird pairs competition.BATHURST: Toney Fitzgerald wants to see Bathurst return to its glory days of brewingLITHGOW RAAF personnel have made a return visit to Zig Zag to assist with the recovery effort after bushfires ripped through the area last October. lm030614raafMUDGEE: Children at Mudgee Public School raised more than $1000 for the Westmead Children’s Hospital and drought-affected farmers last week.MUDGEE: One of Mudgee’s grand houses, Heaton Lodge, will go to auction at the end of May, selling for the first time since 1900.NYNGAN: International Women’s Day celebrates the social, political and economic achievements of women while focusing world attention on areas requiring further action.NARROMINE: The Narromine District Junior Rugby League (NJRL) will receive more than $5000 to upgrade the public address system at Noel Powell Ovals.WELLINGTON: Children at the bush garden want to make a differenceWELLINGTON: Hannah Brien, Tom Broome Front : Nick Trappett, Harry Broome, Kate Jeffrey and Justin BeehagPARKES: Scenes from the The Mayor’s Swim Relay held last Sunday which helped raise some $5,000 for the Western Care Lodge. Photos: Hank PaulPARKES: Fans turned out in force to Hay's Mitre 10 to welcome personalities Kyal and Kara from the popular TV show, The Block. Photos: Hank PaulPARKES: Yoga instructor, Lindsay Kennedy teaching some gentle moves for seniors during Senior's Week. Photo: Barbara Reeves FORBES: Forbes Menshed members Carl Dagger, president Norm Haley, Ken Reid, John Stacey and Bill Little are selling bags of kindling for $10.FORBES: Hayden Page, Dylan Gunn, Jessica Pascoe, Jade Page and Callum Ward are competing at Olympic Park this weekend.FORBES: It was all face paint and fun for Katherine and Elizabeth O’Connor at the fete.DUBBO: After missing the majority of last season Eddie Gusuivalu returned to the field on Saturday. DUBBO: Dubbo Roos skipper Peter Nau has been named in the starting side for the Blue Bulls. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKDUBBO: Tyson Fuller is just one of a number of local touch football players representing Dubbo at a high level. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE DUBBO: Dr Heather Ticehurst with this year's flu vaccineDUBBO: Dubbo mayor Mathew Dickerson takes another look at Tour de OROC paraphernalia after advising of a meeting on March 27 to form an organising committee. Photo: BELINDA SOOLEDUBBO: Archaeologist Dr Edward Higginbotham at the Old Dubbo Gaol where he was commissioned to head the survey to discover where unmarked graves lay inside the gaol grounds.DUBBO: Pat Page, Peter Gallen and Elizabeth Whittaker dressed up for St Patrick's Day. DUBBO: Black Dog RIde co-ordinators Steve Gower and Wayne Amor are pleased to see 100 people signing up for this Sunday's ride. Photo: BELINDA SOOLEDUBBO: Mayor Mathew Dickerson and Council's horticultural services Ian McAlister have a play on the new Octanet in West Dubbo.DUBBO: Members of wildlife rescue group WIRES Dubbo Alan Welch, Sue Hodge, Ann Mara, Helen Swan and Mandy Bye release 14 birds after nursing them back to health from exposure to an insecticide.TweetFacebook of ╳exitPhotographs from across your region from the past seven days.