A SHOW of talent, fun and achievement highlighted Leeton's celebrations for a special day this year.
International Day of People with a Disability was marked in Leeton with a fun concert from students at Gralee School, with Kurrajong also showcasing their Grease production once again.
This was followed by a chance to catch up in Mountford Park over a good old fashioned sausage sizzle, reflecting on the year that has been for both groups.
International Day of People with a Disability aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate their achievements and contributions.
Leeton Shire Council was a supporter of the day last week through grant funding, with mayor Paul Maytom attending the event and addressing the crowd.
"We are working to ensure that we can help make life a little bit more comfortable if you like for people with a disability ... it's important we have everything, as much as possible, be accessible for all people in our shire," he said.
"The inclusiveness of people in our community is very important to me.
"We are very lucky to have Gralee School and Kurrajong. Both are doing fantastic work.
"It's in my heart to want to make life a little bit easier for people who have disability in our community. There are many ways we can all do this."
Both Gralee School and Kurrajong are already planning ahead to next year to ensure 2020 is a success for their students and clients.
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