Boots swapped for ball gowns
There was glitz and glamour at the WA College of Agriculture Narrogin’s night of nights. Pictured are Alex Barr and David Lange.
WA College of Agriculture in Narrogin held its Annual Ball at Fremantle Esplanade Hotel last Friday.
The college’s students range from Year 10 to Year 12 and enjoyed a buffet dinner and danced the night away.
The school prefects decided upon the theme “Fire and Ice” for the ball.
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 wearing high heels and polished shoes.
On the night, the teacher selected Duncan Campbell, of Norseman, and Melanie Were, of Kellerberrin, as the belle and beau of the ball.
They also selected Emmerson Smith, of Katanning, and Ruby Hedley, of Crossman, as the best couple on the night.
Tiernan Paice, of Narrogin, and Jacinta Wheatley, of Attadale, won the bestdressed couple from Year 11.
Meanwhile, Sarah Grout, of York, and Braydon Reynolds, of Narrogin, won the best-dressed couple from Year 12.
Students were not the only ones who enjoyed the festive event — the school’s head of trades Paul Dyson was crowned as the best staff dancer on the night.
A student from Exmouth, Macey Turner, as well as Mitchell Dewar, of Broomehill, were also the queen and king of the dance floor on the night.
Belle of the ball Melanie Were and beau of the ball Duncan Campbell.
Kyle Harradine and Jenna Turton.
Jacob Day and Amy Sounness.
Haidee Boxer and Blake Heil.