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Students, alumni invited to annual "Traditions Ball" March 24

BYU students and alumni are invited to enjoy the beauty of the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center during the classy, entertaining "Traditions Ball" sponsored by BYU Student Alumni. This annual event is a time for tradition to combine with amusement in a night of elegance and refinement.
 
The Traditions Ball, scheduled for Saturday, March 24, from 8 to 11 p.m. in the Hinckley Center, will include dancing, hors d’oeuvres and entertainment, according to program director Ellie Ott.
 
Attendees can choose from an array of activities, which includes the Ray Smith Orchestra, dancing (including instruction), Laugh Out Loud comedy, a BYU barbershop group, artist Weston Hawkins and more.
 
Students may register online at studentalumni.byu.edu. The cost of registering is $26 for couples, $15 for singles. Dress is formal, a “blue-tie” event.

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