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Inaugural health services ball only two days away

Nursing director Shondyce McShane practises her dance moves with registered nurse Chris Barnes ahead of the inaugural Combined Health Services Ball.
Nursing director Shondyce McShane practises her dance moves with registered nurse Chris Barnes ahead of the inaugural Combined Health Services Ball. Alistair Brightman

TICKETS are still available to a black-tie ball that will help raise money for children who need urgent medical care.

The inaugural Combined Health Services Ball will be held this Friday at the Brolga Theatre from 6:30pm.

St Stephens Hospital and the Wide Bay Health Service teamed up to host the event, with all proceeds going to Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children.

ROMAC funds medical treatment in Australia for children from third-world countries who cannot get the care they need in their home countries.

Phone organiser Peita Bates on 4325 6877 before Thursday lunchtime to secure a ticket to the ball.

The event includes entertainment from illusionist Matt Hollywood and Brisbane band Don't Fret.

Tables of 10 are also still available for groups who would like to attend.

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