After the success of the Deniliquin Community Ball New Year's Eve party on Tuesday night a 2014 event has already been confirmed.TYLA HARRINGTON January 3, 2014 4:35am
A 2014 Deniliquin Community Ball New Year’s Eve party has already been confirmed after the success of the event on Tuesday night.
About 200 guests packed the marquee at the Ute Muster site for the ‘Big Band, Black Tie’ ball.
Ladies were dressed to the nines and gentlemen smartly decked out in suits as they sat down to a formal three-course meal and enjoyed drinks throughout the night.
Entertainment by renowned musical act The Baker Boys, known for playing internationally and across Australia, was a hit.
The night also featured a mega auction.
Ball committee member Sue Tuck said the event was ‘‘absolutely brilliant’’.
‘‘We’re not sure how much money was raised but we will definitely be doing it again next year,’’ she said.
‘‘Now that people have seen what a great night it was they’re eager for it to be held again.
‘‘The band was fantastic and played a range of music.
‘‘I’ve heard a lot of comments about how good the night was and there’s already been items offered for the next auction.’’
Proceeds from the ball will be donated back to community members battling illness.
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