A Diamond Night Out At Glitzy Black-Tie Ball In Ballygarry

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Launching the Enable Ireland Kerry Diamond Ball at Ballygarry House Hotel, were, in front; Sean Scally of Enable Ireland Kerry, Siobhan Murphy of The Kerryman and Billy Nolan of Hilsers. At back is Mark Teahan of Tralee Printing Works, Brian Hurley, Breeda Hurley, Celene Moloney and Padraig McGillicuddy of Ballygarry. Photo by Dermot Crean

WITH a real diamond up for grabs, top class dining and one of Ireland’s best bands to entertain, the inaugural Diamond Ball at Ballygarry House Hotel is certainly set to be a dazzling event.

The Diamond Ball is being hosted by Enable Ireland Kerry on Saturday, February 23, 2019. Guests will be treated to a magnificent evening of fine dining, dancing and top class entertainment provided by Brass & Co who are no strangers to Kerry.

Brass & Co has developed a very special live sound which has made it one of the most highly sought-after and respected bands for many of Ireland’s most prestigious functions and events.

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On the night guests will be given the chance to win some amazing prizes including a beautiful diamond piece worth €1,000 courtesy of Billy Nolan & Hilsers Jewelers, Tralee.

All the funds raised from this black tie event will go to support children and adults with disabilities using Enable Ireland services in County Kerry.

Sean Scally from Enable Ireland says, “The Ball will be our flagship fundraiser in 2019 and gives us the opportunity to highlight the work we undertake in the community.” Sean adds; “With the support of a great committee and the backing of Padraig McGillicuddy and all the team at Ballygarry House Hotel it promises to be a wonderful night. A ticket to the Diamond Ball makes a great Christmas gift for family or friends and you never know they could be lucky enough to go home with a diamond.”

Should you wish to attend or you think tickets would make an ideal Christmas gift then simply get in touch with Enable Ireland Kerry on 066 712 8220.

Tickets are selling fast and organisers are predicting a sold out event over the next few weeks. Tickets are priced at €100 each or you can book a table of 10 for €1,000.

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