Kerry Tan (left) and Sharon Moss arrived early to get a prime spot for the show inside Cartwright Pavilion.
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 some drinks while getting in the spirit of A Night On The Cooch.
Former locals Trevor and Kerry Carr travelled back from Sellicks Beach for 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.
The drinks flowed all night for Kerry Emerson (left), Bobbie Dunstone, Maree Neilson, Kate Hood and Jayne Marr.
Two thirds of Mickey's Disco - Shane Francis (left) and Scott McBain - make sure everything is right for their performance on Saturday night.
Judy Johnson (left) and Christine Gregor take a break from the dancefloor.
Caitlin Ghezzi (left), Tracey Richardson and Jo Winchester soak up the atmosphere of A Night On The Cooch.
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".
Charlene Grant and Alister Montgomery tear up the dancefloor on Saturday night.
GOOD music, good company and good food kept the crowd entertained on Saturday night for A Night On The Cooch.
About 250 people packed into Cartwright Pavilion for the show to raise money for Naracoorte's CT Scan Project.
The group Friends With Benefits organised the show and its members were delighted with how the night went according to Robyn Norman.
"It was wonderful," she told the Herald. "It was a great night."
The show was initially planned to be held in the open at the showgrounds but was moved into Cartwright Pavilion due to concerns about the weather, which Mrs Norman said was well received.
"It was beautiful inside the pavilion," she remarked.
The crowd was entertained by The Flaming Sambuccas and crowd favourite Mickey's Disco, who played to the crowd brilliantly with hits from the 70s onwards.
"The Sambuccas were fabulous," Mrs Norman said.
"And once again Scott (McBain), Shane (Francis) and David (Hansford) were amazing."
Mrs Norman, on behalf of Friends With Benefits, thanked all involved - including those who sponsored the event, who donated and the service groups who provided catering.
The total proceeds, estimated to top $10,000, are still being counted up but the raffle on the night raised $579 and the silent auction - both made possible with donated goods - raised $1300.
Such was the success of the night, people have already contacted Friends With Benefits about the next instalment, after a similar event was successfully held last year..
"For the next one - please stay tuned," Mrs Norman concluded.