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NiE Culture of a small town

Josh Arnold works with students Clinton, Julian, Hayden and Bradley from Baralaba State School.
Photo: Contributed
Josh Arnold works with students Clinton, Julian, Hayden and Bradley from Baralaba State School. Photo: Contributed

WAY out west there are students telling a story of the pride they have in their town and school through song and performance.

The man behind the project Small Town Culture, Josh Arnold, has given children of all ages and backgrounds the chance to express what it means to grow up in a small community.

Coming from a rural community, Josh understands what it is like.

The power of music combined with video allows all barriers to be broken down uniting them in a common belief that where they live is great.

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