Support it now or lose it forever.
Those are the words of Leeton Show Society's Liz Munn, who has warned if the community doesn't get behind this year's event it won't be held in 2019 or ever again.
Miss Munn has been president of the society for several years and has decided to step away from the role.
That position, along with other important executive roles such as treasurer and secretary are all vacant following the organisation's annual general meeting last week.
If these positions cannot be filled, the show will not go ahead this year.
"The danger we face is if it's not held this year, these events are very hard to bring back," Miss Munn said.
"If it's not held this year it probably won't be held every again."
The lack of people for the executive roles, as well as diminishing committee members has been a concern for organisations like the society for some time.
Miss Munn said the current group all had other obligations, some had moved away and others just don't have the time to continue.
"We've done such a great job in recent years of building the show up and making it a fantastic event for everyone," she said.
"What we need is for people to come on board.
"The more the better because that then means less work for everyone.
"We won't just leave them on their own either. Those in the executive positions, like myself, have said we will mentor the new people coming in and help them out."
Other smaller roles within the committee also need filling.
"Basically we need someone for everything," Miss Munn said.
A special meeting will be held on March 20 to give the society another chance to fill its positions.
If this doesn't occur at that time, the possibility of cancelling the 2019 Leeton Show will likely become a reality.
Miss Munn said it was essential the show does go ahead, viewing the event as the backbone of the community.
"We don't want to be one of those towns that is forced to shut down the show and never have it again," she said.
"It will be devastating if that happens.
"The show is an event where the community comes together and all aspects of the town are showcased.
"Particularly with so many farmers doing it tough, we need to have this show."
Those interested in putting their hand up for any of the open positions can get in touch with Miss Munn via the Leeton Show Society's Facebook page.
The meeting on March 20 will be held at the Leeton Multipurpose Centre in Wade Avenue from 6pm.
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