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Gmunden celebrated “Opera Ball of the Salzkammergut”

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More than 500 ball enthusiasts met in the completely sold-out house. Previously, the committee of the hunter’s ball Regina Koeppl, Gertrud Ebner, Birgitta Lobmayr, Margit Grafinger, and Gunde Loessl and former mayor Heinz Koeppl together with countless hard-working helpers, did a great job and festively decorated the ballroom and all the rooms.

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Gradually, many mayors of the region arrived, including the host Stephen KrapfAltmünster Martin PelzerSt Wolfgangs Franz Eisl or Traunkirchen Christopher Schragl. Furthermore, the sponsors came from the economy, without whom this ball event would probably not exist, such as building guild masters Norbert Hartl, Karl Gattinger (IFA Traunkirchen), Klaus Lobmayr (BNP), Klaus Ahammer (Raiba), Rainer Nussbaumer (People’s Bank), wolfgang and Inge Krebs-Hinterwirth and representatives of the boat building company Frauscherfrom My style Gmunden and the Altmünster law firm Gesswein Spiessberger Traxler. They were all welcomed on stage with a “wild refreshment”, to which they played Hunting horn players in Laakirchen on.

Naturally, the district’s hunters were also under the patronage of the Landesjägermeister Herbert Sieghartsleitner strongly represented. The National Council deputies from Altmünster presented themselves from federal and state politics Bettina Zopf and Deputy Governor Christine Haberlander a.

The ball kicked off at 7.30 p.m. with a young women’s and young men’s polonaise. After the request “Everything waltzes!” the dance floor was stormed, the band brought musical momentum “Stoabeck”. Ball visitors could test their accuracy at a crossbow facility and a shooting range, and there was also a raffle with lots of prizes donated by local businesses.

As every year, the net proceeds from the event will be donated to a charitable cause in the region, in line with the motto of the Jägerball “Enjoy a wonderful evening and do good at the same time”. Tenor of the guests: “Finally ball fun again after three long years of waiting. That feels good.”

Source: Nachrichten

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