All eyes will be on the prizes at Ronald McDonald House ball

JEWELS IN THE CROWN: Kellie Hughes and Rebecca Walsh show off some of the raffle prizes. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0904ronald3
JEWELS IN THE CROWN: Kellie Hughes and Rebecca Walsh show off some of the raffle prizes. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0904ronald3

Jewellery will be in big demand at the Ronald McDonald House ball on Saturday night.

A large single Paspaley pearl set in a weave of gold net and hanging in pendant style from a necklace will be the star of the event’s raffle.

The Paspaley Lavalier pearl necklace is valued at $3860.

Two other jewellery pieces from Regency, a sterling silver set necklace and earrings plus a tennis-style sterling silver and cubic zirconia  necklet will also be among the extensive array of prizes.

Whitegoods including a fridge and freezer and a dishwasher have been provided by Electrolux.

The night also includes a silent auction.

Ronald McDonald House CEO Rebecca Walsh said they hoped to beat last year’s achievement of $70,000 raised from the ball.

This year’s theme is Carnivale: Under the Big Top and will feature performances from Cirkus Surreal. 

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