Agricultural College paints town red
WA College of Agriculture in Narrogin held its annual ball last Friday at the Fremantle Esplanade Hotel.
Students from Years 10-12 enjoyed a buffet dinner and danced the night away.
The school prefects decided upon the theme Fire and Ice for the ball so students dressed in a range of red, white and blue formal wear for the night.
Acting principal Mark Pascoe said it was nice to see the students out of their Blundstone boots and Hard Yakka clothing and in high heels and polished shoes.
On the night, the teachers selected Melanie Were from Kellerberin and Duncan Campbell from Norseman as the belle and beau of the ball.
They also selected Emmerson Smith from Katanning and Ruby Hedley from Crossman as the best couple on the night.
Tiernan Paice from Narrogin and Jacinta Wheatley from Attadale won the best-dressed couple from Year 11.
Sarah Grout from York and Braydon Reynolds from Narrogin won the best-dressed couple from Year 12.
The Students were not the only ones who enjoyed the festive event, with the school’s head of trades Paul Dyson crowned best staff dancer on the night. A student from Exmouth, Macey Turner, and Mitchell Dewar, from Broomehill, were the queen and king of the dance floor.
WA College of Agriculture in Narrogin is one of the few prominent agriculture colleges in the State and students all the way from Albany, Katanning and Wagin attend the school.
Melanie Were and Duncan Campbell were belle and beau of the ball.
Mitchell Dewar and Emily Francis.
Breanna Dorrington and Haydn Guerini.
Jacob Day and Amy Souness
Amber Guerini and Duncan Campbell