Joel and Emma Geddinges - Gladstone PCYC 2016 Charity Ball.Photo Mike Richards / The Observer
Joel and Emma Geddinges - Gladstone PCYC 2016 Charity Ball.Photo Mike Richards / The Observer Mike Richards GLA270816NITE

All the glitz and glam at Gladstone PCYC Charity Ball: Photos

IT was all about glitz, glam and good times at Saturday's Gladstone PCYC Charity Ball.

The annual event had 150 ball-goers fill the PCYC to dance the night away.

 

Gladstone's state member Glenn Butcher also used the event to announce that the PCYC would receive a $20,296 Queensland Government funding grant for its Triple L program.

The program teaches troubled or disadvantaged youth how to drive, assisting them in gaining their licence.

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Each year the event is held to raise money for the Gladstone PCYC's youth programs and services.



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