Bravehearts steps in to replace the formal

SPECIAL EVENT: Young women have been invited to take part in the inaugural Shoalhaven Bravehearts debutante ball. Promoting the event on the weekend are Teagan Mitchell from Worrigee, Bravehearts committee member Wendy Woodward from North Nowra, Ditto, Kim White from Worrigee, Emily Grant from Bomaderry and front Jess Ell and Amanda Valentine from East Nowra.A NEW debutante ball has been established in Shoalhaven and the call has gone out for young women to frock up for the occasion.The Shoalhaven Bravehearts Committee will be hosting the ball as the highlight of Child Protection Week in September.Debutante ball co-ordinator Wendy Woodward said she was approached by year 10 girls who were disappointed they no longer had a school formal.“They asked me if I knew anyone who could run a deb ball and I thought Bravehearts could.“We have already got five or six girls but still have plenty of room for more.“Debutante balls are an old fashioned idea, but sometimes tradition gets lost in modern life, and I think people want a bit of tradition these days.”Mrs Woodward said the event would be an opportunity for young women at least 16 years old to dress in a formal wear, learn some tips about etiquette and enjoy a night of innocent fun.“This is the Shoalhaven Bravehearts inaugural debutant ball and it will be held at Worrigee House.”This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 苏州美甲培训学校.