gala occasion

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multi-sports ON Friday night at a gala occasion at Aintree Racecourse, local grassroots sport will step from the shadows into the limelight to take a welldeserved bow.
Patton, whose only goal of the season came in the club's opening game of the campaign, a 2-1 defeat to Shakhtyor in the Europa League in July, said: "It really has the makings of a gala occasion and we're all looking forward to it.
It promises to be a gala occasion for the town - with leading representatives of the town's vibrant business community joining the finalists in 10 exciting categories along with the award judges.
This time there was no need for a new suit as the deception was exposed a few days before the gala occasion and Charlie took it all on the chin.
The official opening was performed by the Mayor of Stockton, Alderman William Newton, who was welcomed to the gala occasion by the Regal's first manager and former actor Mr Harry Lionel.
GALA OCCASION J Pipers march through Kilmaurs WEE GEM Z Newly crowned gala queen Alexandra Hamilton CROOKJ Gallacher.
From two out it seemed all about whether Carlton House could get to Treasure Beach as this gala occasion crowd, buoyed by the whiff of history, roared the royal runner on his unavailing way.
Press officer George Jones said: "The Engineering Department is currently burning the midnight oil to ensure that the popular Foxcote Manor is complete and in action during this gala occasion.
MARDEN Juniors enjoyed a Gala occasion north of the border.
I encourage you to attend the Banquet and Awards Convocation on Thursday evening as it promises to be a gala occasion.
It was a grand gala occasion, and both Lenny Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim were there.
It's a gala occasion with lunch, dinner and a leading comedian on the after dinner circuit - George Neill - and the organiser, Arthur Turnbull, three times captain of Slaley, said: "As ever, we are grateful for the kindness of everybody who is supporting us.