The first group of the 2014 Deniliquin Debutante Ball were traditionally presented to society at the Deniliquin RSL Club on Saturday.August 5, 2014 3:45am
Courtney Doyle, Mia Pearn, Madeline McBurnie, Carissa Holmberg, Georgia Dudley and Georgia Van Lieshout (pictured, from left) used the backdrop of the Waring Gardens for a pre-Debutante Ball photo with their partners on Saturday afternoon.
Later that night the girls and their partners — Cameron Robinson, Jack Gallagher, Jake Marshall, Luke Broadbent, Joe Hay and Bryce Scoullar — made their debut in front of almost 300 people in the packed Deniliquin RSL Club Dunlop Room.
Eighteen young ladies in total donned white gowns and were traditionally presented to society as part of the first group of the 2014 Deniliquin Debutante Ball.
Nineteen more young ladies will make their debut this Saturday night.
Dance instructor and choreographer Vicki Ackers said the night was ‘‘fabulous’’.
She also said Debbie O’Connor’s room decorations were ‘‘beautiful’’.
■ Social photos from the ball ~ page 6.
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