Eleven young ladies will be making their debut in Bingara on June 6, at what promises to be a spectacular evening. Introducing the first of the debutantes:
ALLY HOLLAND-WRIGHT is 16 years old and is in year 11 at Bingara Central School where she is studying for her HSC. Ally lives with her father Grant ‘Tex’ Wright and her step-mum Glenda Wright at Burnima, Bingara. Ally’s mother Karlene Holland lives in Muswell-brook.
Ally is in the Missiles League Tag Team and has performed in two shows with the North West Theatre Company at the Roxy.
Last year Ally won the Public Speaking award in the Lions Youth of the Year at Bingara. Ally also won the Gwydir Shire Achievement Award last year.
Ally will be partnered by Joel Williams of Warialda.
KRISTEN HEAL is 16 years old and is the daughter of Helen Nicolle and Brian Heal and stepdaughter of David Nicolle.
She is currentlycompleting Year 11 at Bingara Central and is doing a Traineeship at H. Fay & Sons.
Her interests include Oztag, netball, horseriding, reading, listening to music and hanging with her friends.
On completion of her HSC Kristen plans to travel, go to university and pursue a career in teaching or journalism.
Her deb parter will be Taylor Holland-Wright.
JANE O’BRIEN is 17 years of age and is the daughter of Peter and Diane O’Brien.
Jane is the School Captain of Bingara Central School and has attending there for all of her education.Once finished her HSC she wants to become a chef.
Jane’s hobbies are playing OzTag, dancing and being out on her pa’s farm.
Her partner for the evening will be Kyle Fletcher.