The Hills Relay For Life Ball at Castle Hill RSL took on a circus theme for its tenth birthday. Michael Graham MC with clowns from Northmead Creative and Performing Arts High School and dancers from Tania's Strictly Dancing.
It’s official. The Hills Relay For Life Ball has raised $50,000 for the Cancer Council, bringing the total for the past 10 years to more than $380,000.
The 10th ball held at Castle Hill RSL on April 9 took on a circus theme with all entertainers donating time including the clowns from Northmead Creative and Performing Arts High School, gymnasts from C2K, the Castle Hill Youth Wind Orchestra, Tania’s Strictly Dancing and Cardistry magicians Lucas and Ash.
Singer Joey Fimmano performed a tribute to his sister and there was magic and comedy from Adrian Dean followed by dancing to Karen Stowe and the retro band The Breakaways.
Chair of the organising committee Zoe Graham said a huge thank you to the sponsors Bayer, Allan Drew and Young Living and local businesses who donated prizes including major auction prizes from Smooth Sailing Cruises, Event Cinemas Castle Hill and Novotel Sydney Norwest.
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The ball is one of many Hills Relay for Life events which include:
April 30: Hills Relay Information BBQ, 11am, Heritage Park Castle Hill.
Pamper Day at Luxe Lounge Castle Hill RSL from 1pm.
May 5: Purple Day Castle Towers 5pm to 9pm including parade and gift wrapping for Mother’s Day.
May 7: Mothers day gift wrapping, 9am to 5pm at castle Towers near RM Williams.
May 21: Hills Relay, Castle Hill Showground starting at 9.30am relayforlife.org.ausearch for Hills 2016