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.

Narrogin Observer - - Front Page - Saskia Adysti

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.

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