Tamworth disability expo 2018 grows

Carolyn Millet
Updated September 20 2018 - 4:30pm, first published 1:19pm
ANYTHING'S POSSIBLE: Emily Bellamy, with Joblink Plus job consultant Angela Jenkins and sign language interpreter Michelle Towns, addresses the crowd. Photo: Gareth Gardner 200918GGB01
ANYTHING'S POSSIBLE: Emily Bellamy, with Joblink Plus job consultant Angela Jenkins and sign language interpreter Michelle Towns, addresses the crowd. Photo: Gareth Gardner 200918GGB01

A “very healthy crowd” streamed through the Links for Life Disability Expo on Thursday, as people learnt what’s at their disposal to reach their goals.

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Carolyn Millet

Carolyn Millet

Senior journalist

Based at The Northern Daily Leader, Tamworth, and Namoi Valley Independent, Gunnedah. Covering general news and features on community, council, arts, business, health, education, entertainment and rural matters.

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