Bale Out Ball is a relatively new initiative started by local Coolamon woman, Sarah McCaig. In the brief period of time Bale Out Ball has been running it has received in excess of 16,000 ‘likes’ on Facebook and generated national interest, with people ready to host events all over Australia. This goes to show the support behind not only Bale Out Ball, but rural Australia, and the willingness of people to become involved in their own and in other communities.
Our first ever ball was held in Marrar NSW and by all accounts has been a huge success with everyone having an absolute blast! Since then the committee has put a enormous effort into organising two other successful events which included The Foxy In Feb Black Tie Ball which was held in Ardlethan last Feb and The Marquee Day at Ardlethan Races last March .Through these events we managed to bring people together from all over Eastern Australia , have a great time and raise money for both the host community and charities we support . In the next 12 months the committee will be working hard to spread our wings and head to other communities outside our local shire . We are working on a Black Tie Ball in September 2015, Events which will be focused more on the whole family having a great day out! Then March 2016 we will be going nation wide with a great campaign to get people together no matter where you love in our great country so keep tuned details will be released soon on facebook and right here on our site.
Bale Out Ball is focused on supporting Australian agriculture and revitalising rural communities. Our aim is to bring farmers, their families and communities together and provide a social outlet for Australian farmers. At the same time, supporting agricultural regions and raising money to assist with drought relief. This is being done through events organised for the community, by the community. Any money raised through Bale Out Ball events will go to Buy a Bale, Aussie Helpers, Snowy Hydro Southcare and back into the local community.
Remember your community can host Bale Out Ball event big or small- it all helps! The committee is putting together a pack to help with all the nitty gritty info you may need.
So, let's get together and 'Lets Talk'.
Bale Out Ball is focused on supporting Australian agriculture and revitalising rural communities. The aim of the initiative is to bring rural families and communities together and provide a social outlet for Australian farmers, while supporting agricultural regions and raising money to assist with drought relief. This will be done through events organised for the community, by the community. Any money raised will go to Buy a Bale, Aussie Helpers, Snowy Hydro Southcare and back into the host community.
The next Bale Out Ball event is on Saturday 13th February 2016 at Temora NSW . In conjunction with The Temora Aviation Museum and Ray White Rural Temora we will be presenting "LOVE IS IN THE AIR" Black Tie Charity Ball . It will be a black tie ball and strictly over 18+. More details will follow once everything is finalised . We are hoping to attract over 400 people to this event so we need your help to spread the word and get people to this great community . Any money raised from the night will go back into the host community as well as to SNOWY HYDRO SOUTHCARE .as it is one of the charities we support .
This Ball is the first of many community events that will help encourage rural communities to come together and discuss their issues. As we all know, talking about our problems is one of the best ways to help overcome life’s hurdles and this Ball, along with other events, aims to give rural communities a chance to be open in their discussion.
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