Allora audience in the mood for jazz

JAZZ and fine food aficionados had a great time on Saturday at the Allora Jazz Night.

Music was once again provided by The Caxton Street Jazz Band, which enticed visitors from far afield. About 160 tickets had been sold before the event, a fundraiser for the Allora Showgirl contest.

The 2009 Allora Showgirl Chloe Slatter introduced and presented sashes to two entrants for the 2010 title.

They were Elizabeth Tate, 20, from Goomburra and Emily Browne, 19, from Warwick.

Allora State School Year 10 students volunteered to help with the catering and hospitality services and, under the watchful supervision of Andrew Westerman, did a sterling job.

Mrs Cornhill would like to thank the students, Allora Butchery and everyone involved with organising and running the event.



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