Members of the Bundaberg community stepped back to the 80s and 90s on Saturday night at the annual Community Lifestyle Support Ability Ball.
Held at the Bundaberg Multiplex a sell-out crowd came together to celebrate all abilities, entertained by an 80s and 90s band which saw everyone dance the night away.
Community Lifestyle Support Manager Trevor Sands said everyone thoroughly enjoyed the night, so much so that people were already asking when the next one would be held.
“When you see some of these fantastic costumes getting out of the limousines and their smiles when walking down the red carpet, you remember why we do this,” he said.
“The smiles on everyone’s faces was priceless, I even had one gentleman come up to me and asked when will tickets go on sale for the next one.”
The annual event has become a key calendar date in Bundaberg and Trevor said that it was a fantastic achievement for the not-for-profit organisation to increase awareness of their service.
“Community Lifestyle Support is so proud of this event and it’s a must on the Bundaberg community calendar,” he said.
“Let’s bring on 2022 and continue to celebrate people’s abilities and not their disabilities.”
Community Lifestyle Support thanked their sponsors who assisted in making the event possible.
The ability ball is designed to bring the entire community together to celebrate people’s abilities, with annual events being held in Bundaberg and the Fraser Coast.
As a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the provision of innovative, best-practice services to people living with disability, Community Lifestyle Support strive to create new and exciting ways to foster community inclusion.
You can find out more about Community Lifestyle Support here.
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