Margi Douglas, Yvonne Frerk, Daren Crawford, Joanne Beale and Carolyn O’Neill have a dress rehearsal for the Coolum Commerce Charity Ball to be held at the Hyatt on Saturday, July 5. Photo: Mike Garry/SCW824
Margi Douglas, Yvonne Frerk, Daren Crawford, Joanne Beale and Carolyn O’Neill have a dress rehearsal for the Coolum Commerce Charity Ball to be held at the Hyatt on Saturday, July 5. Photo: Mike Garry/SCW824

Take me to the ball

Have you booked yet for the Coolum Commerce Charity Ball at the Hyatt’s Pavilion Room on July 5?

The Hollywood-themed event promises to be a great night out and a fantastic fundraiser for many local community projects.

The ballroom will be designed as a red carpet event straight out of Hollywood.

MC and mpressionist Russell Krause will direct proceedings while renowned band Sakura will provide music for all ages, ranging from laid-back jazz to on-your-feet modern dance beats.

There will also be a silent auction, with prizes of a U2-signed guitar, accommodation, household and beauty packages, and music, sport and movie memorabilia up for grabs.

All proceeds will go to fund special projects for local charities, including the Coolum Lions Club, the Coolum Community Centre and Siblings Sunshine Coast.

Tickets for the big event are available from North Shore Realty, Coolum Beach or by phoning Yvonne on 0437 149 536.

Tickets cost $170 each (tables of 10 preferred) and include a sumptuous dinner and drinks, entertainment and transport home to the local area.

For information about sponsorship packages please telephone Carolyn O Neill on 0418 730 884 or email jobs4u@bigpond.net.au.


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