2010 Ball pictures

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2010 Ball pictures - Cancer in Kids @ RCH - CIKA

Bob Valentine and his band provided the music.









Several members of our hardworking committee could be seen enjoying themselves. Here are some of the more photogenic.


CIKA secretary Bernie Dawson is seen here with husband and committee member Jim,
and friend Stephanie Searle.



Sue and Ted Taplin.


Faye and Michael Love.


Michael getting a little support from his friends.


CIKA vice president Ellen Webb (right) with her husband David and her mother, Jane Anderson,
who had travelled all the way from Chesapeake, Virginia.



Our supporters, too, were full of smiles.


Israel Rosenfield and Sala Rubinstein.


Joshua Brookes-Duncan with his parents.


The Duyvestyn family, Scott, Dean and Brett, with parents Andrew and Christine. .


Anne Dynon's group.


Bret Duyvestyn and friends.


Pam Phillips and her daughter Michelle Lanigan with a large group of friends.


Pam, Michelle and friends in party mode.


Mark and Anne-Marie Williams.


Our volunteers obviously enjoyed their work handing out prizes.














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BOB VALENTINE
Having fronted the highly successful 'Lonely Boys' and the 'Sweethearts', BOB VALENTINE s one of Melbourne’s favourite performers. Constantly in demand on the corporate circuit, Bob has many facets to his performances. With influences including Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, The Beatles, Ray Charles, Elvis, Van Morrison and Stevie Wonder, the word "variety" is synonymous with the name Bob Valentine. Bob's television credits include, Hey Hey It's Saturday; Good Morning Australia; In Melbourne Tonight; Denise; Steve Vizard's Tonight Live; The Midday Show; Live & Kicking; Ernie & Denise & and many others.

Click here to view Bob Valentine's web page at bandshop.com.au.







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