The inaugural Night of Knights charity ball is coming to wagga

By Amelia Mills
Updated November 9 2015 - 4:31pm, first published 11:03am
NIGHT OF KNIGHTS: From left: Molly Antone, 14, Nick Antone, 12, and Emily Kearnes, 3, at Country Hope. The Night of Knights event will also support Ronald McDonald House and Give me Five for Kids. Picture: Amelia Mills
NIGHT OF KNIGHTS: From left: Molly Antone, 14, Nick Antone, 12, and Emily Kearnes, 3, at Country Hope. The Night of Knights event will also support Ronald McDonald House and Give me Five for Kids. Picture: Amelia Mills

A black-tie charity ball filled with fancy fun is descending on Wagga for the first time.

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