NO AGE limits, gender rules or religious affiliations will apply at Leeton's most inclusive debutante ball.
The Leeton Community Op Shop will again host the community ball where anyone can take part and be part of a vital fundraising night for the store.
To be held on June 1, this year there is a focus on including the shire's Indigneous community.
In the past there has been students from Gralee School take part, a surprise wedding, and older residents who may not have had a chance to make their debut doing so.
"Our rehearsals have started and everyone is getting very excited," op shop admin supervisor Brady Smith said.
"It's all happening. We've got ball gowns everywhere, my office is full of supplies. Our window showing off dresses of the past is looking good."
As well as the presentation of the debutantes, the night is for the whole community, particularly those looking to let their hair down and support a good cause.
Entertainment will be provided by Minding Georgia and Done Deal.
Mr Smith said the ball helped to inject vital funds each year to keep the store operational.
It is the third time the event has been held.
"This is all about people who haven't had a chance to take part before and are keen to give it a go," Mr Smith said.
"The money raised helps with all of the different programs we do here.
"When the money comes back in here after the event, it's essentially going straight back out there into the community.
"Everything we do is for the community."
Tickets for the ball, which will be held at the Mia Function Centre, are on sale at the op shop from May 20 until May 30 for $30 each.
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