MASKED AND READY: Murgon Police Station administration officer Patrice Fenech and Senior Sergeant Steven Stewart prepare for the Police Masquerade Ball.
MASKED AND READY: Murgon Police Station administration officer Patrice Fenech and Senior Sergeant Steven Stewart prepare for the Police Masquerade Ball.

Murgon police ready to have a ball

NORMALLY if a police officer noticed someone wearing a mask, it would be cause for concern.

But this weekend, it will be a cause to celebrate.

Murgon police are hosting a Police Masquerade Ball this Saturday.

The ball will serve as a fundraiser for the South Burnett PCYC’s BYTE Night, a weekly program for the region’s youth with structured activities on a Saturday night.

Murgon Police Station officer-in-charge Senior Sergeant Steven Stewart was proud to be able to support the program.

“They are doing great things there with the kids,” he said.

“Hopefully the ball will give them some much-needed funds for the program.”

The Murgon Police Masquerade Ball will be held at the South Burnett PCYC on Saturday, November 23, from 7pm.

Tickets are $65 or $390 for a table of six.

The night will include appetisers, a two-course sit-down meal, live entertainment, auctions, raffles and lucky door prizes.

For more information and to purchase tickets, phone Murgon Police Station on 4179 5222.

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