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Student Alumni Association to host inaugural Traditions Ball April 12

The Brigham Young University Student Alumni Association will host the inaugural Traditions Ball in the Assembly Hall of the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center on Saturday, April 12, from 8 to 11 p.m.

All members of the BYU community are invited to attend this formal evening of music, dancing and entertainment. Live music from campus and community groups will be provided as well as dance instruction, hors d’oeuvres and pictures.

Tickets for the Traditions Ball are $15 per person and $25 per couple. To purchase tickets for the event, visit http://student.alumni.byu.edu.

“The Traditions Ball is an event that is destined to become an annual BYU tradition for all alumni, faculty and students,” said Chris Giovarelli, president of the Student Alumni Association. “We hope everyone will just enjoy themselves and have a good time.”

For more information, call (801) 422-8659.

Writer: David Luker

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