Quest entrants wow audience

TEN Bundaberg residents became shining stars when they took the stage at the Avenell Heights Progress Association inaugural quest for people with a disability.

Association president Chris Peterson said the audience was dazzled by the talent of the performers.

“The audience was just rapt, there was lots of applause and cheering,” she said.

“The performances were just so so good. We had a number of service providers come along and we have had them ringing and saying they want to be involved next year.”

With the positive reaction from audiences, entrants and service providers, the progress association is keen to turn the quest into an annual event.

“It was just so satisfying to see them up there,” said Mrs Peterson.

“It was great for family members and friends to see their people with a disability get up on stage and shine like that, it was truly wonderful.”



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