Two thirds of Mickey’s Disco - Shane Francis (left) and Scott McBain - make sure everything is right for their performance on Saturday night.
The third member of Mickey’s Disco, David Hansford (left), was more interested in competing with Brett Rumball for the title of “most outlandish dressup”.
Despite some initial glitches, Soroptimist members Marie Riddle (left), Debbie Hann and Tricia King got the donuts cooking.
Apex member Anthony Connor (left) banded together with Rotarians Jennie Young, Peter Flavel and Debbie Press to cook the barbecue.
The Lions Club Naracoorte put on a good feed for the crowd, served up by members (from left): back row - Graham Henschke, Rod Ross, Graeme Brammer and Paz Maggi (front).
Karen Burow (left), Kathy and Dan Hayes and Tanya Frick share a couple of drinks and soak up the atmosphere of A Night On The Cooch.
Henry’s Drive representative Rosie Malcolm (left) and Ann Dodd enjoying a great night at A Night On The Cooch.
Emma (left), Chris and John King have a night out at A Night On The Cooch.
Charlene Grant and Alister Montgomery tear up the dancefl oor on Saturday night.
“A Night On The Cooch” concert at the Naracoorte Showgrounds last year. Gearing up for the show are the Friends With Benefits who organised the successful night (from left): back row - Henry Mould, Debra Richards-Jones, Mandy Barr, Sandie Bell, Shane Francis, Karen Burow, Marilyn Bartosek; front - Scott McBain, Robyn Norman, Brett Rumball, Helen Stilsby and Joe Bell.
MICKEY'S Disco is back for 2013.
Presenting "With Love From Mickey" as a charity fundraiser in the Naracoorte Town Hall on October 12, it is a guaranteed good night out. Find out more here.
Last year's event was called "A Night on the Cooch" and attracted a crowd of 250 people to raise money for the CT scan appeal.
Re-live the highlights.