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Send your social pics to with a caption and short description of the event Australian Blind Football Australian Blind Football has announced the first ever national blind football squad, which is made up of blind football (B1) and visio n impaired or partially sighted (B2/B3) players from across the country. The inaugural squad was announced late last year at City Football Academy in Melbourne. Pictured above are players and officials at the launch, while pictured right are Melbourne City FC player Bart Schenkeveld and Australian B1 selected player Amir Abdi. A fang-tastic Halloween Melbourne City Mission’s second annual Halloween Ball was held at the Regal Ballroom, Northcote, with 175 guests enjoying a two-course meal and a huge night of dancing, dress ups, candy, prizes and celebrations. Bridges Band (pictured above) L-R: Sam, Melissa, Sandra, John, Jamie, Ronald, Stefania performed five songs, shared some jokes and received a standing ovation. Photograph courtesy Liam Gusman. Supporting people living with disability for over 65 years We have a simple philosophy at Orana... we exist to provide support for people living with disability. We encourage, we train and most importantly we provide real life choices. With services in metropolitan and regional South Australia, we ensure support is tailored towards personalised service. With a diverse range of employment, housing and life skills support options, Orana is committed to excellence through creating independence for people living with disability. To find out more about Orana and how we support South Australians with disability, visit or call us on 8375 2000. social scene 61