En­joy­able last dance for 2018

Dalby Herald - - LIFE -

DRAW­ING about 70 guests, the Warra New Year’s Eve Dance at­tracted fewer peo­ple than the com­mit­tee ex­pected.

Chair­man Jeff Tay­lor said the night was lovely de­spite the at­ten­dance rate.

“So­cially, it was a lovely night,” said Mr Tay­lor.

“Ev­ery­body en­joyed them­selves and the mu­sic was won­der­ful but, fi­nan­cially, we didn’t make much money be­cause the crowd was down a bit.”

Mid­night was met with the sound of hun­dreds of bal­loons fall­ing from the ceil­ing and burst­ing for Mid­night Madness.

The Sil­ver Comets pro­vided the mu­sic and guests par­tic­i­pated in old-time dance as well as new vogue.

Mr Tay­lor said the com­mit­tee’s mes­sage for the new year en­cour­aged peo­ple to make ev­ery day a good one.

“When you get to this age you never know which day is go­ing to be your last. Live ev­ery day as if it’s go­ing to be your last,” he said.

The com­mit­tee will host its an­nual ball in May and will wel­come the Sil­ver Comets back to the stage.

PHO­TOS: EBONY GRAVEUR

GOOD CHEER: Billy and Kay Bur­ton at the Warra New Year’s Eve Dance.

Gay­lene and Gary Sheri­dan.

Carol Christy and Greg Star.

Sue and Ian Baker.

Dawn Childs and Ni­cole Polzin.

Bev­er­ley Tay­lor, An­drew But­ter­worth, Ali­son But­ter­worth and Jeff Tay­lor.

Les and Jan Lu­cas.

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