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    HELPING HANDS: Naomi Jamieson gets a push from her children, from left, Isabella Osmond, Elise Osmond and Kaizer Hateley. Ms Jamieson won the bike in a Horsham Plaza promotion in conjunction with Goolum Goolum. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER
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    Naomi Jamieson with her children Elise Osmond, Kaizer Hateley and Isabella Osmond . Naomi won the bike in a Horsham Plaza promotion in conjunction with Goolum Goolum. Horsham Plaza manager Allison Roberts handed the bike over.

Dragster brings back memories for Naomi

The entire September 15, 2021 edition of The Weekly Advertiser is available online. READ IT HERE!

Horsham mother Naomi Jamieson will give her ‘Deadly Bike’ to her father after winning the $500 prize in a Horsham Plaza Father’s Day raffle.

Ms Jamieson said her father still had his dragster from his younger days and it looked similar to the ‘Deadly Bike’.



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“He can start a collection,” she said. 

“It might encourage him to get his old bike out.”

Ms Jamieson shopped at Kmart and entered the competition.

Plaza manager Allison Roberts said even though many stores were in lockdown, the plaza still had the competition to support those stores that were permitted to trade, and those offering click and collect.

“We were excited to team up with Dean O’Loughlin from Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative,” she said.

“The prize was a real eye-stopper, the dragster was suspended from the ceiling. 

“It appealed to all ages, including my husband who wanted to enter, but was not permitted.”