Get in quick for mas­quer­ade ball

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Mata­mata’s young peo­ple still have the chance to buy tick­ets for next Satur­day’s fire­and-ice themed mas­quer­ade ball.

Or­gan­ised by lo­cal youth, the night will in­clude a best-dressed com­pe­ti­tion, a dance con­test, live mu­sic, and a DJ. Food and drinks will also be avail­able.

The ball is open to any col­lege-aged youth from Mata­mata, Mor­rinsville and Te Aroha. Ball­go­ers do not have to be en­rolled at school.

‘‘It’s an op­por­tu­nity for young peo­ple from all three towns to get to­gether, dress up and have a great night out,’’ said or­gan­iser Jo McNaughton.

Two buses will run from each of the towns to trans­port peo­ple to and from the ball at To­tara Springs Chris­tian Camp.

No al­co­hol or drugs will be al­lowed.

Tick­ets are lim­ited to 400 and are avail­able at Starfish So­cial Ser­vices on Firth St or Mata­mata Col­lege.

Car­ing for four-legged friends: Please make sure your pets are happy and safe th­ese hol­i­days.

Tick­ets for next week­end’s mas­quer­ade ball are now up for grabs.

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