Kyabram P-12 College's young debutante's glowed at this years debutante ballApril 7, 2014 3:45am
Thirty-five Kyabram debutantes made their traditional debut to society in front of hundreds of family and friends last weekend.
The Kyabram P-12 College Debutante Balls were at the W.A. Kuhne Assembly Hall last Friday and Saturday night. Friday’s debs were presented to the official party — Shire of Campaspe Mayor Ian Maddison and Cr Rocchina D’Angelo and Kyabram P-12 College Principal Stuart Bott. On the Saturday night, the debs were presented to the official party — Kyabram P-12 College 10 to 12 Village Principal Danny Walsh and Kyabram P-12 College council president Jarrod Gale and his wife Kylie.
Master of ceremonies on Friday evening was Louise Mellington, while Anne Puckey was master of ceremonies on Saturday night. The couples were trained by Gary Gledhill and Mary Clark, and performed five dances to music supplied by Ryan ‘Knot’ Gay, DJ of Rushworth.
See all the pictures in the print edition of the Kyabram Free Press.
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