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Stoughton Ladies' Night sees gowns galore

Seventy-five women came elegantly dressed in gowns.
This group of women enjoyed an evening of glitz and glamour at the Stoughton Ladies' Night.

STOUGHTON - The Stoughton Curling Rink had lots of glitz and glamour on June 1 when it held its annual ladies' night.

This event was no different than years before, with a large crowd of eager women enjoying the festivities of the evening. Seventy-five women came elegantly dressed in gowns as the theme was glitz and glam. The rink decked out in black, white and silver.

The evening began with the cocktail hour. An area was set up for all the lovely-dressed women to gather and have their photos taken under an array of balloons while holding signs that related to the night.

Karla Gervais, one of the organizers, said the meal that was prepared by Steve and Allison’s Catering out of Lampman was absolutely delicious and well organized.

Throughout the evening, the event had over a dozen silent auction items that the women could bid on and this went for quite a while, as friends tried to outbid friends.

The funds raised will significantly aid with covering maintenance and operating costs of the club, as well as supporting the club's youth programs.

Once the meal was completed, the entertainment arrived, which was Jacquie Walbaum from Forget and Kylee Carver from Fillmore, known as the Sirens Dueling Pianos.

“If you have never heard them, I highly recommend you book them,” said Gervais, who added they were fantastic and so entertaining.

The club would like to thank Stoughton Feed Processing and Stoughton Veterinarian Services for their sponsorship, as this helps to offset costs for the evening and it is always appreciated.

The club would also like to thank those who attended and the donations from the area businesses for the silent auction. It is the support of the community and surrounding areas that keep small town clubs like this going and they appreciate it.