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GALLERY: Warra welcomes the New Year

Drawing around 70 guests, the Warra New Year's Eve dance attracted fewer people than the Committee expected.

Committee chairperson Jeff Taylor said the night was lovely despite the low 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.”

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

After a quick clean up, the dancing recommenced.

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.”

The Warra Hall Committee will be having their annual ball in May and will welcome the Silver Comets back to the stage for the occasion.


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