Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation Ararat branch president Terry Weeks with a selection of auction items for the 2012 Gala Night of Nights. Picture: PETER PICKERINGARARAT – The Victorian Police Blue Ribbon Foundation Ararat branch Gala night of Nights is fast approaching and as all regular ball goers know, the auction is a highlight, with amazing auction items offered each year.

This year the cycling community and keen soccer lovers are in for a treat with two great items of memorabilia to be auctioned.

A signed boot from Australian soccer play Tim Cahill, presented in a beautiful glass case, will appeal to soccer lovers, while a framed portrait of Tour de France legend Cadel Evans will also be auctioned and is sure to be snapped up by a member of Ararat’s flourishing cycling community.

Even if you are unable to attend the ball and wish to ‘get your hands on’ one of these auction items, you may be able to bid through someone who is attending the ball so as not to miss out.

This year’s 11th Gala Night of Nights will be held on Friday May 25, with police band Code One set to get the crowd dancing all night.

The Blue Ribbon Foundation is currently raising $150,000 towards a new CT scanner for East Grampians Health Service.

In the 10 years the Ararat branch has been operating, it has raised more than $600,000 for the health service, helping to purchase many vital pieces of equipment.

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