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Ultimately, girls just wanna have fun

Carolyn Skene, Crystal Schepp, Jena Radz and Kristin Verhaeghe.

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Carolyn Skene, Crystal Schepp, Jena Radz and Kristin Verhaeghe.

I arrived at the "Ultimate Girls’ Night Out" in my yoga pants (whoops) and was amazed at all the beautiful outfits, beautiful ladies, and beautiful decorations that filled the Victoria Inn.

Samara Beam and Larissa Stewart.

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Samara Beam and Larissa Stewart. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Sue Swarbrick and Heather Dodds.

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Sue Swarbrick and Heather Dodds. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Tayona Jahnas and Anita Haigh.

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Tayona Jahnas and Anita Haigh. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

April Heide and Viola Fleury.

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April Heide and Viola Fleury. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Melody-Anne Schween and Terralyn Nolan.

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Melody-Anne Schween and Terralyn Nolan. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Jordana Plante, Lynne Halliday, Shelann Chumola, Val Plante, Antoinette Vasilarakis, Barb Kauk and Debbie Colon.

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Jordana Plante, Lynne Halliday, Shelann Chumola, Val Plante, Antoinette Vasilarakis, Barb Kauk and Debbie Colon. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Trisha LeVandosky, Kendall Hanus, Crystal Malchuk, Rachelle Mazer and Danika Desaulniers.

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Trisha LeVandosky, Kendall Hanus, Crystal Malchuk, Rachelle Mazer and Danika Desaulniers. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

On May 22, 275 ladies of all ages attended the inaugural and hopefully annual Ultimate Girls Night Out organized by Party Professionals and the Victoria Inn.

Guests were able to enjoy thirst-quenching drinks from the bar, all while enjoying small and tasty hors d’oeuvres served by the amazing Victoria Inn staff.

Fourteen vendors offered a glimpse of what Brandon has to offer the ladies, including Smitten and Frederickson Performance Centre (FPC).

The entertainment for the evening was a fashion show, with clothing from FPC, North Shore Outfitters, Muse Bridal and Smitten. The fashion show was a hit as there was a wide array of clothing options for all sizes of women.

Each guest received a swag bag worth more than $200 dollars in value. On top of all that, the ladies also received free makeovers, tans, professional photos and hair updos.

"There were also some very special male models in attendance for the ladies!" said my sources, Katrina Sigurdson and Kirsten Turcotte from the Party Professionals.

Tyler Glen from 94.7 Star FM was working Tyler’s Shooter Bar and all tips went to the YWCA Westman Women’s Shelter.

All in all, the event was a smashing success and sold out within a week.

For more information about this event, next year’s event, or if you are planning an event and need help, contact the Party Professionals at: partyprofessionals.ca

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition June 14, 2014

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I arrived at the "Ultimate Girls’ Night Out" in my yoga pants (whoops) and was amazed at all the beautiful outfits, beautiful ladies, and beautiful decorations that filled the Victoria Inn.

On May 22, 275 ladies of all ages attended the inaugural and hopefully annual Ultimate Girls Night Out organized by Party Professionals and the Victoria Inn.

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I arrived at the "Ultimate Girls’ Night Out" in my yoga pants (whoops) and was amazed at all the beautiful outfits, beautiful ladies, and beautiful decorations that filled the Victoria Inn.

On May 22, 275 ladies of all ages attended the inaugural and hopefully annual Ultimate Girls Night Out organized by Party Professionals and the Victoria Inn.

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