Close to 300 people attended the annual gala event for the Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust.
It might have been a cold wintery night outside, but there was plenty of warmth happening inside the Hotel Grand Chancellor for the 2012 Clifford Craig Charity Ball.
On Friday 11th May, close to 300 people attended the annual gala event and thoroughly enjoyed a night of entertainment, a sumptuous meal and great music from Col and the Remains. Representatives from the School of Human Life Sciences were amongst the attendees sporting a mix of themed 20s style attire with the more traditional black tie and formal gown.
An important event to raise awareness of the important work the Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust undertakes in the local community, the ball raised in excess of $30,000 for the research program.
The School of Human Life Sciences is grateful for the support from the Medical Research Trust for research projects undertaken by Academics within the School.
Authorised by the Head of School, Human Life Sciences
5 June, 2012