SunnyKids president Karen Neuendorf with mayor Mark Jamieson and SunnyKids CEO Chris Turner.
SunnyKids president Karen Neuendorf with mayor Mark Jamieson and SunnyKids CEO Chris Turner.

Get in quick to grab a ticket to mayoral ball

TICKETS have been selling like hotcakes for the inaugural Sunshine Coast Mayoral Ball.

The event, which will run in conjunction with White Ribbon Day on November 25, will fittingly support SunnyKids who help children who are victims of domestic and family violence.

Mayor Mark Jamieson said the event was important in supporting the community's most vulnerable children and providing hope and opportunity for their future.

"As mayor, I know that our community has a generous spirit and I am delighted that the inaugural mayoral ball has attracted such strong interest, when its objectives are to raise awareness of the needs of children at risk and generate much needed program support funds," he said.

SunnyKids president Karen Neuendorf said the ball would be an "elegant and sophisticated" event with a black tie and ball gown dress code and lots of great entertainment and time to socialise and connect.

Tickets are still available. To purchase tickets visit www.bit.ly/mayoralball.


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