Education Ball promises to be class act

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Busselton Senior High School's Chelsea Yates, Busselton Hospice Care Inc manager Judy Waterman, Busselton Senior High School's Betty Huxtable and Vasse Primary School principal Sinan Kerimofski are busy preparing for the inagural event.
Camera IconBusselton Senior High School's Chelsea Yates, Busselton Hospice Care Inc manager Judy Waterman, Busselton Senior High School's Betty Huxtable and Vasse Primary School principal Sinan Kerimofski are busy preparing for the inagural event. Credit: Pierra Willix

An inaugural event aimed at bringing together South West educators to raise money for Busselton Hospice Care Inc will be held next month.

The Education Ball was kick-started by Vasse Primary School principal Sinan Kerimofski.

“The event is a good way of bringing people in the education sector across the region together to celebrate what we do,” he said.

Food and drinks will be provided by Supper Road Hive Caravan Bar, while Drip Tray and DJ The Uplift Mofo will provide the entertainment.

Mr Kerimofski said the hospice provided support to many people in the community. Hospice manager Judy Waterman said money raised would go towards the organisation’s three programs.

The ball will be held on February 24 at the City of Busselton Undalup Room from 6.30pm-midnight and is open to all members of the public.

Tickets cost $100 and are available from trybooking.com/RGTM

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