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Tyalla Public School was among those who batted for Harmony Day yesterday, to support cultural diversity and togetherness. A sea of orange-clad students, teachers, parents, and community members ? orange is the official colour of Harmony Day because it is bright and cheerful, and a mixture of all colours ? banded together to take part in Harmony Day celebrations at the school. Students Kelly Lourens (left) and Karley Morris were among those who participated in the day, which concluded with a community cricket match, in an attempt to set the record for Australia's Biggest Cricket Game. "Harmony Day is about coming together and sharing cultures, and being nice to everyone, not just the people who are the same as you," Kelly said.



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