Have a ball with us at this years event

GOOD TIMES: The Central Queensland News Ball is sure to be a good time with tickets are on sale now. file
GOOD TIMES: The Central Queensland News Ball is sure to be a good time with tickets are on sale now. file

MEN, dust off those suits and ladies, bring out your best gown, it is that time of year for the Central Queensland News Ball.

The Central Queensland News is holding its annual ball as a fundraiser for a lucky local charity.

The ball will be held at the Mayfair Tavern, which is also supporting the event, on Saturday, September 25.

Doors will open at 7pm with hot and cold fingerfoods served throughout the night and the bar open unitl 2am.

Central Queensland News general manager Angela Duffy said the event was a good way to raise money and give back to the community.

“We donate all profits raised on the night to a lucky charitable organisation in the region,” she said.

Rockhampton band the Thunderbirds will provide the entertainment for the night, giving ample opportunity to dust off those dancing shoes.

“For the first time, there will be a photo booth, providing everyone with the opportunity to have a nice professional photo to remember the night. We are looking forward to everyone getting behind the night, it is a good opportunity to get dressed up for a good night out.”

The cost is $60 per head and can be purchased from the Central Queensland News office in Egerton Street.

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