The Red Cross Dance of the Century proved to be a huge success at the Kiama Pavilion on Saturday night.
The event, organised by the Kiama and Gerringong Branches, celebrated the 100th Birthday of the Australian Red Cross and recognised ‘People Helping People’ during the past century.
About 150 people had a great time as they danced the night away to the sounds of the Dan Usher Band and enjoyed a meal catered by the Little Blow Hole Cafe.
In addition, there was a raffle organised to mark the centenary event, with the evening raising more than $5000 for the Australian Red Cross.
The Kiama and Gerringong Branches appreciate the generosity of sponsors and the community for the many donations that made the dance a huge success.