St Augustine's Debutantes shine in front of 300.May 2, 2014 3:15am
Twelve couples were presented at the St Augustine’s College ball on Saturday night before a crowd of over 300.
The debutantes and their partners were presented to principal Oronzo Farina and his wife Lynda, and Sister Rosemary Kerlin.
Trainers Gary Gledhill and Mary Clark worked with the couples for about 10 weeks in the lead up to Saturday’s ball at the Brigidine Centre at St Augustine’s.
The centre was decorated in a winter wonderland theme.
Ethan Hart and Makenzie Atkins performed junior attendant duties, while Deputy Principal Brayden Stone was emcee for the evening.
Highlight of the evening for the debs and their partners was a dance they choreographed and performed themselves to modern music.
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