FASHION: Caleb Johnson gets some help from partner Olivia Noble to suit up for the Anglican Debutante ball this Friday.
FASHION: Caleb Johnson gets some help from partner Olivia Noble to suit up for the Anglican Debutante ball this Friday. Kirstin Payne

Debs set to make entrance at debutante ball

WHILE girls no longer class a traditional debutante ball as their first step into society, the importance of the event still lingers with a modern twist.

This seemed to be the case for Olivia Noble, one of 11 local girls to make her debut at St Mark's Anglican Debutante Ball this Friday night.

"Olivia asked me to be her partner over Facebook," partner Caleb Johnson laughed.

"I don't see it as an introduction to society because I already know society, it's more the next step to an adult for me," Olivia said.

The excited pair has been practising their dance moves for weeks.

"It's a chance to meet a new group of people which is nice," Olivia said.

St Mark's Anglican Debutante Ball only reignited three years ago and continues to grow from strength to strength.

Tickets for the iconic night out are still available and cost $30. Doors to the St Mary's Hall open at 7pm, Friday.

To book a place call Sharon Johnson on 4661 4708.



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