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International Day of People with a Disability in the spotlight at PCYC

SPORTING ABILITY: Daniel Pocock enjoyed taking part in the wheelchair basketball as part of In the Spotlight, to mark International Day for People With Disability yesterday. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 1203sgability1ABOUT 175 people with a disability, their carers and family members gathered at the Orange PCYC on Wednesday to celebrate the International Day of People With Disability.
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The events included a cooking demonstration with MasterChef’s Kate Bracks, herb potting, a drumming group and wheelchair basketball.

The Anson Street dancers performed their School Spectacular routine and the Canobolas Rural Technology High School dancers also put on a show.

International Day for People With Disability is held to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and wellbeing.

The Orange event, called In the Spotlight, was set up by representatives from several Orange-based disability groups.

Among those taking part in the day was David White.

“I like everything, I saw my brother today, I got to play basketball and drumming and potting of plants,” he said.

Darren Yates from Sport and Recreation organised the wheelchair basketball, which was particularly popular.

“It’s to demonstrate what sort of sports are around for people with disabilities,” he said.

Kate Bracks said she enjoyed the cooking demonstration and focused on texture, with the slow-cooked lamb and bircher muesli both popular dishes.

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